New Set Photos From Secret Invasion Show Off Skrulls And More

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With the Secret Invasion series currently being filmed in the United Kingdom you are bound to see photos and videos leak from the set. Recently we saw some photos of the actors, including Samual L. Jackson, Emilia Clarke and Colbie Smolders, on set in London thanks to fans on Twitter.

But now another set of photos have apparently leaked, showing off what appears to be someone in Skrull makeup, an indoor set, a beat up police car and a set hand who appears to be holding a prop gun.

These photos come to us via @KostasPat257 on Twitter:

The series is still being filmed in England and is expected to release later this year with a total of six episodes.

The Secret Invasion storyline from the comics saw a large number of high profile individuals in the Marvel Universe being replaced by Skrulls, shape shifting aliens who can take the form of nearly anyone. The storyline was hinted at during the end credits sequence of 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home when it is revealed that both Nick Fury (Samual L. Jackson) and Agent Hill (Cobie Smulders) were replaced by Skull imitators.

The Skrull also appeared in 2019’s Captain Marvel as one of the two key factions in a war between the Srkull and the Kree. In that film they were portrayed as less aggressive than their comic book counterparts. But now it appears that they are now a serious threat and are invoking their plans to take over the Earth by impersonating authority figures. It is unknown if they will impersonate any super hero characters in this series. And if they do impersonate any super heroes it is currently not known who those heroes will be.

Secret Invasion will be the ninth Marvel television series made specifically for the Disney Plus streaming platform.

Source: CBR


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