If so, the trauma could be explored in Spider-Man: Far From Home next year.
In a post from Vulture, the outlet confirms that both Jackson and Smulders will be reprising their roles as Nick Fury and Maria Hill, respectively. Let us know down below! The spidey sequel is already underway but plenty of infomation about the bigger MCU story arc can already be gleaned from the cast list. The film will also reportedly add Smulders, Jake Gyllenhaal and Numan Acar to the cast, and will be directed once more by Jon Watts.
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This may help explain why Woods' has a starkly different Ryder Cup record in the three formats used in the competition. In the gallery, spectators dressed like golfers, tucked-in collared shirts and more pastels than an Easter brunch.
The character Captain Marvel was teased at the end of the film in the post-credits scene as a potential ace in the hole to defeat Thanos. The film will see Peter Parker leave NY, heading to London in a film that will reflect the global aftermath of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4. When he finally makes it back to Earth, it's probably time for Peter to meet more of the big guns, and Fury and Hill - while always relegated to supporting roles - certainly qualify as major MCU players.
Of course, we'll have to wait until Avengers 4 to learn how Nick Fury, Cobie Smulders, Peter Parker and countless others return from the dusty afterlife - and why it is that Tony Stark isn't playing mentor any longer. That's why we can get a Homecoming sequel where Marvel Studios is involved and a Venom film that Marvel can consult on but is not tethered to the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe. How all of this plays out onscreen is still anyone's guess, but if you dig Jackson as Fury, get ready to see a lot more of him.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is due out in theaters July 5, 2019.