The production started just over a month after filming wrapped for Infinity War, which was the plan all along, but there has been a lot of speculation about who will make it to Avengers 4 to battle Thanos. The Russos are different, but I can tell you're they're great.
Nick Fury presumably has a prominent presence in Captain Marvel, which is set in the 1990s, before he lost an eye. Which I honestly don't understand because Infinity War and Infinity Gauntlet are a much bigger deal than Black Panther. Brie Larson's introduction to the MCU will see Carol Danvers and Nick Fury face off against the shape-shifting alien Skrulls. He is now slated to appear in Captain Marvel, but surprisingly, he may not star in two other key movies. But if it doesn't make sense narratively, then there's no reason to shoehorn Nick Fury in there. While speaking to ComicBook.com in anticipation of the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 blu-ray release, Gunn revealed what the transition to working with the Russo Brothers on Infinity War entailed. See what Jackson had to say below. And according to Samuel L. Jackson, it will continue to be happen off-camera in the foreseeable future.
Jackson is feeling the fury (or at least disappointment) of Nick Fury after his character has been sidelined from multiple Marvel movies.
And as for the news that Jackson will be in Captain Marvel? "Where it goes beyond that, we'll see".
The veteran performer is among the best-known faces in the movie industry, but recently insisted his career choices have never been driven by ego, meaning he's been happy to play small roles in high-profile films.
His comments were made before the official announcement that Jackson would be appearing in Captain Marvel, but weren't published until this week. The Avengers 4 is scheduled for May 3, 2019, but before all that, we have Thor: Ragnarok to look forward to on November 3, 2017.