The Black Widow training program in the newest Agent Carter trailer

Granddad loved people. But he didn’t trust them very much

The most important part of Nick Fury’s characterization because this actually tells you everything you need to now about Nick. That story is him making a direct parallel between his grandfather and himself, but this line gets overlooked. People took away that both Fury and Granddad Fury are justly paranoid bastards, but not that they both love people.

I am so down for a reading of Nick Fury where he loves people? Like genuinely relishes working with everyone and meeting new people (who aren’t trying to kill him) and maybe going on dates. Because even old people do that now and again.

Social butterfly Nick Fury, who will engage in workplace gossip and you better hope he doesn’t have anything on you because either he owns ur office gossip ass forever or all your embarrassing but trivial secrets are going to be spilled ‘round the water cooler.

Arranging the company potlucks Nick Fury (Hill, I swear to God if you bring a bag of chips again!), who secretly matchmakes and remembers the interns’ birthdays and probably bakes too many cookies on those interminable and gray Mondays.

He is so hyped about new babies and children and he’s probably every SHIELD kid’s granddad and probably everyone’s sad that he doesn’t have kids/grandkids of his own, but now that they think about it they don’t know if he actually doesn’t  have a family.

Nick Fury who loves people. But doesn’t trust them very much. There’s only a few people he both loves and trusts, and those individuals know how very fortunate they are.

25 things we learned on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron

1. The Science Bros are causing trouble. “Banner’s been living in Stark Tower, and [he and Tony] have been working side by side,” Mark Ruffalo shares. “Banner has his own lab now, he’s doing work that augments Tony’s work, that could lead to a horrible experiment going wrong…”

2. Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye will have a lot more to do this time out. “We got to do some interesting stuff with Hawkeye which is a different kind of dark,” Whedon teases. “It’s been fun for Jeremy because he was possessed for so long last time – it’s interesting to not be a zombie!”

3. We won’t see the Avengers assemble again (which hopefully also means we’ll be spared a silly alternative UK title). “This movie starts off and the team is together, on a mission, they’re working in tandem, and there are new relationships between them,” explains producer Jeremy Latcham. “Time has passed, so you pick up right in the middle of an action sequence and start trying to catch up.

4. One of the key new relationships will be between Bruce Banner and Natasha Romanoff, who already had a close shave in The Avengers when the Hulk almost ripped her apart. “They’re an unlikely pair, but there’s something about the two of them that neither can deny,” says Whedon, while Ruffalo describes them as “kindred spirits”.

5. “Bigger” and “darker” are two of the most clichéd terms you can apply to a franchise sequel, but Age of Ultron looks set to earn both – according to Ruffalo, it “makes the first Avengers look like Waiting for Guffman”

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