You Might Be FURYous If You Miss Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Tomorrow
Here’s an interesting theory we won’t have to wait too long to see if it’s true. Entertainment Weekly have themselves a scoop for episode 2 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airing tomorrow night. They believe that Samuel L. Jackson‘s Nick Fury may be popping up during the after credits scene we’ve been hearing so much about. Now this is one of those grey areas that falls under possible spoiler or just straight out confirmation of what we have already pieced together. Read on for the evidence.
Tomorrow night’s episode has been hyped by Clark Gregg, Marvel, and all the official social media accounts for the show. An after credits scene will happen, we just don’t know what it’s about. Everyone has stressed that viewers need to stay tuned or set their DVRs to record the entire show. The teaser released on Facebook earlier today (which you can watch below) showed the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo with an eye patch, just like the one worn by Director Fury. That might be a little too on the nose, but they want to make sure you stay tuned. EW have said several sources are hinting they’re on to something, but Fury has neither been confirmed or denied.
Joss Whedon and showrunners Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen have said they would love to have Jackson on the show as long as it makes since and isn’t stunt casting that overshadows the rest of the show. With Cobie Smulders appearing in the first episode, they are obviously open to occasional appearances. Jackson has repeatedly asked for a role in the show, so maybe the schedules synched up sometime over the summer. We’ll have to wait until tomorrow to find out for sure. What do you think about Nick Fury popping up at the end of the show? Oddly fitting since he appeared in the first Marvel post credits scene that kicked off the cinematic universe?
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Source : EW