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Secret Invasion Disney+ Premiere Date and Poster Revealed, Trailer Arriving Tonight

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Marvel has not only released a poster for Disney+'s Secret Invasion and announced a trailer would be arriving tonight, April 2, but it has also confirmed the series starring Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury will premiere on June 21, 2023.

For those looking to watch the trailer, they will want to tune into ESPN tonight at 4pm PT/7pm ET to watch the Philadelphia Phillies take on the Texas Rangers. While a time hasn't been confirmed, it will air during the game, and we will have it here on IGN as soon as it does.

As for the poster, it is a striking one, as it features Nick Fury in black and white and a Skrull in color, all cut together like two cut pieces of paper overlapping. It is very fitting, as Secret Invasion is based on the 2008 comic book crossover that was centered around a Skrull invasion of Earth.

For those unfamiliar, Skrulls can shape-shift and, in the comics, kidnapped and replaced heroes and politicians with their own in an attempt to take over the planet. The MCU's take looks to be a bit different, however, as Spider-Man: Far From Home confirmed that Fury has been working with the Skrulls for some time.

That doesn't mean all the Skrulls are too happy with the current situtation, as it's been confirmed that Emilia Clarke, who is best known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones, will be playing G'iah, a "refugee kid" Skrull who is not too happy with Nick Fury when he can't keep some previous promises. Oh, and she's Talos' daughter.

Secret Invasion is releasing at an interesting time for the MCU, as there have been reports that this series and Loki Season 2 may be Disney+'s only "sure bets" to premiere for 2023. This would be a big change as we got five MCU shows in 2021 and three in 2022.

For more, check out who Nick Fury is really fighting in Secret Invasion and every other upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movie and TV show.


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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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