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Samuel L. Jackson calls out Marvel as he tries to 'figure out' why he hasn't been cast in a Black Panther film yet
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Samuel L. Jackson calls out Marvel as he tries to 'figure out' why he hasn't been cast in a Black Panther film yet

The Hollywood star, who plays Nick Fury in the in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is making his case to nab a visit to Wakanda.

Samuel L. Jackson has lashed out Marvel, demanding his very own adventure in the fictional African nation of Wakanda in the next instalment of Black Panther.

The actor who plays Nick Fury, former Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and founder of The Avengers, sat down with IndieWire ato chat all things Marvel.

And he seemed quite miffed, revealing he's still banging on that Vibranium door and begging to be let into Wakanda.

"They didn’t ask me to go, but I’m still trying to get there," the 74-year-old star said.

"I need a ticket.”

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Jackson has featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) almost 15 years now.

The Hollywood A-lister noted it he feels like he’s been walking in his Fury's shoes ‘forever’... and they still haven't led him to Wakanda,

"If I had it my way, I would’ve been in every Marvel movie because, I mean, he is Nick Fury, he knows everything that’s going on," Jackson said.

"I’m still trying to figure out why I’ve never been to Wakanda.”

So attention Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige and Ryan Coogler: We hope you're listening up as we sure wouldn't want an angry Samuel L baying for our blood.

But hey, that's just us.

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Despite being benched for both of the Black Panther films, Jackson will reprise his role as Fury in a few more flicks that are currently waking their way to the silver screen.

Oh, and he'll do so with no complaints, too. Wakanda adventure or not.

The Pulp Fiction star will play a pivotal role in the upcoming sequel to Captain Marvel, creatively named The Marvels.

According to GamesRadar, the film will follow Captain Marvel (played by Brie Larson) after she reclaims g her identity from the tyrannical Kree.

Then she's off on a journey of revenge on the Supreme Intelligence.

However, unintended consequences see the unraveling of a destabilized universe which leads to Captain Marvel joining forces with fellow female superheoes Kamala Khan and Monica Rambea.

Jackson will also reprise his role in the Disney+ series Secret Invasion, centering around Fury as he uncovers a conspiracy for a group of shapeshifting Skrulls to infiltrate earth in positions of power worldwide.

The series will also star Colbie Smulders as Maria Hill, a former high-ranking S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who works closely with Fury and Olivia Colman, a former ally of the Avengers founder.

Secret Invasion will arrive on a television near you on June 21, 2023.

The Marvels will hit cinemas for an all-gal adventure on November 10, 2023.

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