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Monday, September 16, 2013



Unused Marvel One-Shot Description Reveals 'Nick Fury in Wakanda' !

There is a new Marvel One-Shot that would have had Dum Dum Dugan and Nick Fury travel to Wakanda


Screencrush sat down with Marvel Studios Co-President Louis D’Esposito about Marvel One Shots. He reavled that at one point Marvel was going to have a One-Shot that has Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson) and Dum Dum Dugan (Neal McDonough) presumably after World War II travel to Wakanda. The African country home to superhero Black Panther!
"We’ve developed a lot of shorts because Eric Pearson, the writer on all them, he was part of our writer’s program and now he’s a great friend of the family. We developed a lot of shorts with him over the years, so we have some crazy ideas that happen in Asgard, and some characters done in their youth. We were developing a story about young Nick Fury going with Dum Dum Dugan to Wakanda, and they’re sitting on a plane and Dum Dum is sitting next to Nick Fury eating an orange, and the orange squirts him in the eye, and maybe that’s the reason he has an eye patch. Maybe that’s the start. It really burns, so maybe he put some tape on it. The story he doesn’t want to tell is that it happened because of Dum Dum’s orange (laughs). Obviously we shelved that."
He goes onto talk about the Thor 2 DVD release date and eventual Marvel One-Shot:
"Soon, we usually start the process six months before [the Blu-ray release]. I try not to think about that, but I’ve had so much fun doing these, Kevin [Feige] and I have certainly discussed the potential for doing that."

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