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Spider-Man 2 set to bring back Samuel L Jackson's Nick Fury and another key SHIELD agent

Despite the events of Avengers: Infinity War, it looks as if Nick Fury’s time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is not over yet.

We never really thought we’d seen the end of Samuel L. Jackson’s iconic character, but Vulture has confirmed that Fury will indeed be appearing in Spider Man: Far From Home.

The film will mark the first time Fury will have shared the screen with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.

And Fury won’t be alone.

Also returning (from the dead) will be Maria Hill, his frequent side-kick, played by Cobie Smulders.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently shooting in Europe and Jackson hasn’t exactly been keeping a low profile.

Last month, the actor posted an image of some props to Instagram, featuring a business card, a beard and an eyepatch.

He captioned the pic: “Back to the familiar, the comfortable, the lovably fierce! Loving today’s mood! #Can’tkeepagoodmandown #deliriouslyfurious.”

He also tagged the location as Watford, where Far From Home was shooting.

Back to the familiar, the comfortable, the lovably fierce! Loving today’s mood!#Can’tkeepagoodmandown#deliriouslyfurious

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As well as his appearance in Far From Home, a digitally de-aged Jackson will also appear opposite Brie Larson in Captain Marvel.

And after Captain Marvel, but before Far From Home, we’ll have Avengers 4, which will somehow, some way, rectify the events of Infinity War.

Without giving away any spoilers, Jackson previously told Vulture he knows how it will partly work out.

“Who’s really dead, and who’s really in the flaky wind of Marvel dust, I don’t know,” Jackson said.

“But I do know there’s a solution that they didn’t even have to tell me, just because I know who Captain Marvel is and what all that means.”

Captain Marvel will arrive in cinemas on March 8, 2019 in the UK and the US, while Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released on July 5, 2019.

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