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While talking with Movies.com he was asked if we can expect him in Guardians of The Galaxy after he gets done filming Captain America: The Winter Soldier. “No, Cap 2, then nothing until The Avengers 2,” he explained. He went on to reiterate his desire to be in the latest Star Wars Trilogy as well.
For the rest of the interview where Jackson talks about the S.H.I.E.L.D. TV show, playing Nick Fury more like himself, as well as his favourite televisions shows right now head on over to Movies.com. Captain America: The Winter Soldier is scheduled to start production in the Spring of next year.
"Everybody likes a franchise character. Bruce (Willis) had his and Sylvester Stallone had Rocky, so I like coming back to Nick Fury. Nick Fury’s a great guy. I think a lot of people know that. I know him as something else because I’ve been alive longer than most of the fans that watch the movies so I know Nick Fury as the World War II veteran and all that stuff. It might be interesting to do one day but we find out little bits and pieces about Nick and we’re going into ‘Captain America 2’ in late March."
Samuel L. Jackson on a solo movie; Confirms Bigger Role In Cap 2
In response to an unenthusiastic The Avengers review by the New York Times‘ A.O. Scott, a couple of hours ago Jackson tweeted to his 823,000 followers: “#Avengers fans,NY Times critic AO Scott needs a new job! Let’s help him find one! One he can ACTUALLY do!”
In his review, Scott opines that The Avengers’ “best scenes are not the overblown, skull-assaulting action sequences — which add remarkably little that will be fresh or surprising to devotees of the Transformers franchise — but the moments in between, when the assembled heroes have the opportunity to brag, banter, flirt and bicker.”
Summing it up, Scott says that “while The Avengers is hardly worth raging about, its failures are significant and dispiriting. The light, amusing bits cannot overcome the grinding, hectic emptiness, the bloated cynicism that is less a shortcoming of this particular film than a feature of the genre.”