Dermot Mulroney, the star of Secret Invasion, has confessed that he has no idea how the Disney+ limited series’ Skrull-centric narrative would conclude. Mulroney, who plays US President Ritson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe series, admitted in an interview that he couldn’t preview the July 26 conclusion since he has no idea how the series would end. “To be honest, I haven’t seen it. “I haven’t even read all of the pages because I’ve only seen the ones with Ritson on them,” the actor added. “I know what the elements will be, so I guess you can safely say you can expect one of those sequences where each of the storylines culminates and they cut back and forth, Godfather-style.” Everything is coming to a head. But, once again, I didn’t get to view all of the pages!”
Secret Invasion depicts Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) when he hears of a hidden invasion of Earth by a band of shapeshifting Skrulls commanded by Kingsley Ben-Adir’s Gravik, based on the blockbuster 2008 Marvel Comics tale of the same name. The fourth episode of Secret Invasion, “Beloved,” reveals that James “Rhodey” Rhodes/War Machine, President Ritson’s ambassador and advisor, has been replaced with a female Skrull. While it’s unclear how long Rhodey has been a Skrull, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed that fans would “understand exactly how long he’s been a Skrull.” Secret Invasion’s first four episodes have had some stunning shocks, such as the series premiere death of Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders). Talos’ daughter, G’iah (Emilia Clarke), is revealed to be a Super Skrull in “Beloved,” with the power to cure her body using the Extremis virus. Gravik had shot the character in the chest at the end of the third episode, leaving the character’s fate uncertain at the moment. G’iah, on the other hand, lived to see another day, but her father, Talos, did not. Talos, like Maria Hill, was slain by Gravik in front of Nick Fury and left for dead in the midst of the turmoil.
After Secret Invasion concludes on July 26, there will be no new MCU material until October, when the second season of Loki starts on Disney+. The Marvels will follow on Nov. 10, with Echo, a Hawkeye spinoff, releasing its whole first season on Disney+ on Nov. 29. While Loki and Echo are not anticipated to have a role in Secret Invasion, Jackson has stated that the events of Secret Invasion must occur “in order for The Marvels to occur.” All of these things are related in an intriguing way.”Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News