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Emilia Clarke Responds To Secret Invasion Backlash With Perfect Comeback

In the shortest episode of the season, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) strangely takes a backseat to G'iah (Clarke), who is the one to battle evil Skrull Gravik (Kingsley Ben-Adir) in the climactic conclusion. This was salt in the wound for fans who had hung on for six episodes only to be disappointed. But the tiny pinprick of light in the darkness was Clarke's response to the backlash.

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    Emilia Clarke Responds To Secret Invasion Backlash With Perfect Comeback - Looper

    In the shortest episode of the season, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) strangely takes a backseat to G'iah (Clarke), who is the one to battle evil Skrull Gravik (Kingsley Ben-Adir) in the climactic conclusion. This was salt in the wound for fans who had hung on for six episodes only to be disappointed. But the tiny pinprick of light in the darkness was Clarke's response to the backlash.

    How A Comic Book Led To Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury Casting - Looper

    It would be hard to imagine a Marvel Cinematic Universe without Samuel L. Jackon's Nick Fury steering the ship. Since his post-credits debut in "Iron Man" in 2008, Jackson has more or less been the connective tissue holding the entire franchise together. But long before the MCU was even a thing, Jackson had already been cast as the S.H.I.E.L.D. director — he just didn't know it yet.

    Secret Invasion: What Is The Harvest Why Was It Made? - Looper

    Secret Invasion: What Is The Harvest Why Was It Made? - Looper

    Contains spoilers for "Secret Invasion" Season 1, Episode 5 -- "Harvest"In a surprise to no one, Episode 5 of Marvel's "Secret Invasion" reveals just …As established in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," Fury always has a plan, even if it sets Steve Rogers' (Chris Evans) teeth on edge. Before anyone knows that Hydra has infiltrated the highest levels of SHIELD, Fury plans to use Project Insight to protect the world. Naturally, this backfires, and Hydra uses his weaponized Helicarriers to ensure anyone who opposes them will come to a swift end. This most likely influences his decision to mine Avengers DNA.

    The Most Dangerous MCU Movie Stunts Ranked

    The Most Dangerous MCU Movie Stunts Ranked

    When you think of Marvel Studios, you're probably more likely to conjure images of dazzling (or disappointing) visual effects than of pyrotechnics or wirework. And who could blame you? The Disney-owned hit factory has a well-earned reputation for being VFX-happy, but there are still more practical stunts being performed than you might think, even if they're being filmed in front of a green screen.

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