In a feature looking at stories from back when comic books weren't political at all, CSBG sees Nick Fury and the Howling Commandos calling out bigotry
Longtime Marvel Cinematic Universe star Samuel L. Jackson has laid rumors about a Nick Fury Disney+ series to rest.
Samuel L. Jackson opened up about his performance as the younger Nick Fury, explaining where the character is at this point in the MCU's history.
While promoting Captain Marvel, Samuel L. Jackson recently expressed his eagerness to lean more about his hero's past on the big screen.
From tie-in comics to TV shows and one-shots, Marvel has revealed a lot of MCU canon outside of the films.
Sources indicate that Marvel Studios' next Disney Play series is bigger than rumors of a Nick Fury spinoff show.
A Nick Fury television series is reportedly in development for Disney's forthcoming streaming service, if a new rumor is to be believed.
Although Black Panther is a big step forward for diversity in Hollywood, actor Samuel L. Jackson doesn't believe it'll lead to much change in the industry.
Despite one actor's comments stating he's not involved in Avengers: Infinity War, an update on IMDB would seem to suggest otherwise.
Avatar actor Stephen Lang has expressed his desire to play the original Nick Fury, leader of the Howling Commandos, on screen.
Looking behind the mystery surrounding Nick Fury offers a view of a man with a complicated past, filled with fire, and indeed, fury.
Nick Fury himself engaged in epic rap battle with Late Late Show host James Corden.
James Robinson talks about giving a modern spin on the psychedelic espionage capers Nick Fury Jr.'s father was known for.