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August 12, 2020  Comments are off Uncategorized

Entertainment Tonight – After seven seasons of adventures across the Marvel Comics canon, theAgents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are saying goodbye on Wednesday — with an epic battle against an advanced alien race, their omnipresent, time-bending Predictor and a few trenchcoat-clad Inhumans hell-bent on destroying S.H.I.E.L.D. and bringing anarchy to a shattered Earth.

It’s a series finale showdown that’s been a long time coming — the culmination of seven seasons and 136 episodes, more screen time than any other Marvel team has spent together. From its premiere in 2013, S.H.I.E.L.D. has staked its claim, not just as Marvel Television’s flagship show, but as a unique corner of the comic universe with loyal fans who have followed them to space, throughout time, into the Framework and so much more.

Created by Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon and Joss Whedon, the series has explored a variety of comic storylines with the MCU’s signature wit and epic action sequences, while also diving deeper into character dynamics and interpersonal bonds than any movie or limited series could hope to. These Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. aren’t just a team of professionals constantly striving to save the world — they’re also a family.

ET had the opportunity to speak with each cast member over the course of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s final season and hear their thoughts on their characters, storylines and the emotions of saying goodbye after seven epic years. Read on to hear more from each member of the team.

Chloe Bennet – Agent Daisy Johnson
Perhaps the agent who’s gone through the most dramatic evolution from the series’ start — including a full name change — Daisy transformed not only from human to Inhuman, but from a conspiracy-minded hacker out to expose S.H.I.E.L.D. to the dangerous and powerful “Quake,” finally settling somewhere in the middle: a bonafide superhero with control of her powers, a found family of fellow agents and a noble sense of purpose.

“She’s really had quite the journey,” Bennet said of her character, noting that one of her favorite parts of the final season was bringing some of the early “lightness” back to the role. “She’s been through so much, whether it was trying to find her parents, getting powers, not wanting them, dealing with them, feeling guilty about it, then dealing with Coulson dying… all these things that she’s dealt with. And what I wanted to bring to her in the final season was a sense of groundedness in who she was, in kind of accepting all versions of her that we’ve kind of seen and been through.”

The relationship between Daisy and Coulson became one of the show’s most pivotal bonds throughout the seven-season run, and Bennet said her real-life dynamic with Gregg was one of the “most rewarding” parts of the series for her as an actress.

“There’s so much growth and there’s so much openness,” she explained. “I don’t think most people get the privilege of having such a dynamic relationship that you can’t quite put into any sort of box. And it’s only something that you would get in an environment like S.H.I.E.L.D.”

The show may be ending, but there’s plenty more on the horizon in the Marvel Universe, and Bennet said she would “definitely be interested” in reprising her character in a future project. “I just love her,” she said of Daisy. “She’s a very comfortable place for me. And I’ll never say never.”

“It’s such an incredible world to be a part of, and it’s so magical… I grew up with six brothers. I never wanted to be a princess. I always wanted to be a superhero. So it was fun to have that come true.”





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