4 December 2021 The Irish Film & Television Network
     
Killian Scott joins cast of Marvel series Secret Invasion for Disney+
04 May 2021 : Nathan Griffin
Killian Scott in Dublin Murders.
Dublin Murders star Killian Scott has joined the ranks of Marvel upcoming series Secret Invasion, which will see Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn reprise their MCU characters Nick Fury and Talos the Skrull.

Scott will join an all-star line-up that has previously announced Oscar-winning actress Olivia Coleman (The Favourite), Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, and BAFTA Rising Star nominee Kingsley Ben-Adir (One Night in Miami) who is said to be cast as a villain.

Secret Invasion will see Jackson and Mendelsohn’s characters follow on from their introduction to one another in Captain Marvel. 

According to deadline, the crossover comic event series will showcase a “faction of shape-shifting Skrulls who have been infiltrating Earth for years”.

Scott most notable credits include Stars/BBC drama Dublin Murders, Netflix American period drama Damnation, BBC period mystery drama Ripper Street, and RTÉ’s hit crime drama Love/Hate.

The Dublin actor was also recently cast as the lead opposite Courtney B. Vance in AMC’s upcoming courtroom drama, 61st Street, which is being written and produced by BAFTA-winner Peter Moffat.





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