Few days back, it has been reported that Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury character in "Iron Man", will be having its share to work together with Iron Man and Hulk in Marvel's forthcoming feature film project "The Avengers". Still, it looks like that the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be seen in other upcoming Marvel's comic book adaptations.
Sharing his insight to MTV at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con on Thursday, July 24, Jackson hinted that his character may be making cameo appearances in almost every Marvel's superhero flicks for the next few years. "Yeah, I'm looking forward to making that character a bit more integral, in terms of the other stories that are happening," the 59-year-old confessed. "'Iron Man 2,' 'Captain America,' 'Thor,' and hopefully the big one that's coming in 2011, when they put everybody together."
Adding further on his role as Fury, the "Jumper" villain noted that fans do not have to wait long to see Fury in big screen. "'Iron Man 2' is coming sooner! I'd rather go to work than wait three years and be in 'The Avengers.' I'm looking forward to going to work soon, " claimed the "Pulp Fiction" star.
The movie he referred as "the big one" is the Zak Penn-scripted "The Avengers" which is set for July 1, 2011, while "Captain America" points out to "The First Avenger: Captain America" which will be outed few months earlier on May 6, 2011. Additionally, "Iron Man 2" has gotten director Jon Favreau back on the helmer seat and is scheduled for April 30, 2010 release.