On Friday, Samuel L. Jackson took to his Instagram account to let his 6.9 million followers know that he had been vaccinated against COVID-19.
The 72-year-old actor shared a duo of images to show that he had arrived at The Forum in Inglewood to receive his dose.
In his second image, the Pulp Fiction actor could be seen wearing an Avengers-themed face mask.
Taking precaution: On Friday, Samuel L. Jackson received his COVID-19 vaccination while wearing an Avengers-themed face mask
The actor was also seen wearing a pair of round eyeglasses and a white baseball cap in addition to a grey zip-up hoodie and matching T-shirt.
He wrote in the caption for the two photos: ‘At The Forum getting that 1st jab!!’
A cartoon version of Nick Fury, whom the actor has portrayed in multiple films across the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was prominently displayed in the middle of the facial covering.
Jackson’s first portrayal of the Marvel character came in the 2008 film Iron Man, where he appeared in the post-credit scene to discuss the Avengers Initiative with Tony Stark.
Stepping out: The actor was vaccinated at a public site located at The Forum and wrote in an Instagram message that he was excited to get ‘that 1st jab!’
The actor went on to become a franchise mainstay and was featured in a total of eleven films in addition to multiple television appearances.
Nick Fury was killed off in the 2018 blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War as part of the universe that disintegrated with Thanos’ snap, but he was later brought back to life in the film’s 2019 sequel.
Jackson was notably de-aged for his role in Captain Marvel, which chronologically takes place in the 1990s.
His most recent appearance as Fury came in the 2019 film Spider-Man: Far From Home; he is slated to reprise his role for the upcoming Secret Invasion series, which will premiere on the Disney+ streaming service.
Self-aware: A cartoon version of Nick Fury, who Jackson plays, was visible on the front of his mask; the actor is spotted in 2019
Longstanding role: The actor has portrayed Nick Fury in eleven films and multiple television shows since his first appearance as the character in the 2008 film Iron Man; he is seen with Tom Holland in 2019’s Spider-Man: Far from Home
In an interview with , the actor spoke about what he has come to learn and like about his character over his years of portrayal and noted that part of the reason he likes playing Fury is the lack of pretense and seriousness that comes with the role.
Jackson said: ‘He’s not burdened by the weight of the world the way he is and he hadn’t come to resent the powers that be in terms of how they view the world and how they view what he does, and the seriousness of the situation.’
The Jackie Brown actor also elaborated on why he chose to initially accept the role in the first place, noting that he probably would have liked to see himself in the role while he was growing up.
‘I do a lot of movies that are kind of gun movies or action movies because I loved them when I was growing up and to have an opportunity to do them now is like perfect for me. So I tend to sometimes just choose movies because they’re movies I would’ve gone to see when I was a kid or when I was young,’ the actor opined.
Personal enjoyment: In an interview with , Jackson spoke about choosing his roles, and often joins projects that he ‘would’ve gone to see when I was a kid’
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