Spidey-Man wrote:I think it’s not great for a number of reasons
Regular nick fury is cooler than ultimate nick fury. Especially the fact that he’s been in every major conflict since wwii. Taking him away from that hurts the character imo
Also, Jackson so far is just playing himself. He seems to have no other acting speed, at least these days.
I think stars in these roles are a mistake anyway. Too distracting. They rarely bury themselves in the role
Actually Ultimate Nick Fury has been in the same amount of wars as 616 Nick Fury.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultimate_Nick_Fury
Nicholas Fury fought for the United States in World War II. During the invasion of Sicily, he, along with Private Fisk and Canadian paratrooper Corporal Howlett, attempted to loot a house. American military police arrived to arrest them, and all three were subdued. Fisk was grazed by a bullet, while Fury was imprisoned in an unknown location alongside several other black men, and Howlett, despite protests that he was Canadian, was also shipped to an unknown location. Fury was selected to be the next test subject for Project: Rebirth, as his blood work most closely matched that of Subject #22, the most successful of the previous test subjects. He was injected with a serum that gave him super-strength, which he used to free himself and the other prisoners, who then escaped. The scientists who were working on him let him escape, deciding that they have all the information that they needed for now.