Many are expecting that some of the people Thanos killed in Infinity War will return somehow, and that could include Fury and Hill.
Much of the Homecoming cast is expected to return for Spider-Man: Far From Home, including Holland, Zendaya, Marisa Tomei, Michael Keaton, Jacob Batalon, and Tony Revolori.
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Though this may be a spoiler for anyone who missed out on Avengers: Infinity War and/or managed to click on this article without reading the headline, most are aware by now that Marvel's massive cross-over-palooza ended with the Mad Titan Thanos (Josh Brolin) Infinity-snapping half of all life in the universe into a dusty ash-pile nothingness.
Now that Avengers: Infinity War is out on home video, fans can dissect every tiny detail of the film, and discover new Easter eggs. Get ready for SpiderMan to meet Nick Fury and Maria Hill. Certainly a hint that Avengers 4 will change the course of the narrative. After all, this is the Marvel Cinematic Universe and there are crossovers all the time. Their involvement in the Spidey sequel has been rumored for the past few weeks with Jackson posting to Instagram from both London, England and Capri, Italy, both locations being used for the sequel. He also included Jake Gyllenhaal as a hashtag as well, seemingly confirming his reported role as the villain Mysterio, but that's something that has yet to be officially announced.
Jackson's casting means that Nick Fury is confirmed to appear in at least two Marvel movies next year: Far From Home (out July 5) and Captain Marvel (out March 8), where he'll play a younger version of Fury opposite Brie Larson's hero.