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August 13, 2020  abby Comments are off Agents Of Shield

Cinema Blend – The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. series finale (!) was filled to the brim with time-traveling adventures, a redemption arc for Kora, some emotional goodbyes, and a big reveal about FitzSimmons. (It was also nice for Fitz to finally show up to explain what he’s been up to after a season-long absence.) Before Enoch died, he revealed that the team’s Season 7 mission would be their last together. At the end of it all, Daisy was perhaps the most reluctant to bid farewell, and Chloe Bennet also had some “mixed emotions” about how the series finale wrapped up.

Over the course of seven seasons, Daisy Johnson had come to embrace and rely on her tight-knit team of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. In a conversation with Mack, she reasoned that the fight against the Chronicoms couldn’t possibly be their final mission. They couldn’t just say goodbye to each other, right? After all, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. series finale emphasized that they were all fighting for their makeshift family, which made the goodbyes at the end that much more emotionally resonant. In a roundtable interview with CinemaBlend and other outlets, Chloe Bennet revealed that she wanted more time spent on the characters’ farewells. Here’s how she put it when asked about the importance of “family” in such a situation:

I think for Daisy, I mean, I think she was the one driving that the most, that narrative of like, ‘We can’t just say goodbye,’ you know, I think that was kind of her. I don’t know how much I feel like we got there on screen, if that makes sense. And I think the goodbye was very typical S.H.I.E.L.D. fashion, which is like it’s goodbye, but it’s not. It’s goodbye but we’re all going to still talk and you see us talking. I don’t know, I think I have mixed emotions about how much we captured that, really. I think I can’t really look at it without being a little biased and that I wanted a little bit more of a goodbye with each character on screen. We had a lot of time loop stuff to figure out. But it definitely happened in real life and so currently for me, that right now, that’s kind of blurring and it’s making these questions a little bit more difficult to answer because certain things got on camera and certain things didn’t.

Hmm, does that mean that there were more scenes with the team that ended up on the cutting room floor, or is she just mixing cast goodbyes with character farewells? Whether or not either of those is the case, I don’t disagree with her assessment. While the goodbyes were indeed emotional, there was certainly a whole lot of plot to get through, and Fitz also had a lot of exposition regarding what exactly he and Simmons were planning, and how they managed to pull it all off. As such, the finale wasn’t able to provide more time for extended group scenes to ramp up the heartfelt emotions..

Despite Chloe Bennet’s “mixed emotions” about how the goodbyes were captured onscreen, though, that final group scene was incredibly touching. It was also quite a bittersweet moment once viewers realized that Coulson, Daisy et al weren’t actually in the same room together, as they were all hologram projections. Bennet conveyed how very real that scene felt for her and the rest of the cast, as both their characters and as actors. In her words:

Oh, it was rough. It was rough to shoot. It mirrored exactly what we were all going through as a cast. You know, so much of the show has mirrored [how] we didn’t know each other at all, we were this ragtag group of people shooting this version of the Marvel world that’s never really been touched before in a very different [way]. We’ve just grown together, on screen and off, and to end in that way where everyone moved forward. And what was kind of dramatic about all of it was that it wasn’t, and that it was so real and that everyone just, sometimes that happens in life as people go in their own directions, and you stay in touch and you maybe become a little bit more polite with people you once used to see every morning at five in the morning, every single day for seven years. And things just change. That was the gravity of how real that felt, for us as actors, or at least for me. It wasn’t hard in the sense that I don’t feel like many of us were acting. It felt like that was the cast saying goodbye to each other. And it was really special.

Excuse me while I go grab my hologram tissues. Seriously, though, the cornerstone of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was less about Marvel machinations and more about the characters’ relationships with each other. They shared a deep bond that has obviously bled into the actors’ lives off-screen as well. The fact that it’s all over now feels all too real for the cast and for viewers. That said, the final group scene worked like a charm in bringing the emotion and it was indeed “really special.”

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is officially over now, but the Marvel series is still available to watch on Netflix for Seasons 1-6 and Hulu for select Season 7 episodes.

August 13, 2020  abby Comments are off Agents Of Shield, Gallery

Screen Rant – Agents of SHIELD star Chloe Bennet was initially unsure about the romance between her character Daisy Johnson and Daniel Sousa (Enver Gjokaj).

Agents of SHIELD star Chloe Bennet was initially unsure about the romance between her character Daisy Johnson and Daniel Sousa (Enver Gjokaj), but she came around to it. Bennet was been a part of Agents of SHIELD from the very beginning, when she played hacktivist Skye. Over the course of seven seasons, Skye evolved into the superhero Quake through a journey that some hope isn’t quite over. Agents of SHIELD came to an end on Wednesday night with an epic two-part finale that miraculously ended with every character getting a happy ending, even if part of it was bittersweet.

One of the real surprises of Agents of SHIELD season 7 was the addition of Agent Carter’s Sousa. The SHIELD team met him during their time-traveling adventures in the 1950s and rescued him from an untimely death. It didn’t take long for a connection to spring up between Daisy and Sousa, one that culminated in a kiss during the season’s ninth episode. At the end of the Agents of SHIELD series finale, it was revealed the two have formed a real relationship and are traveling the distant reaches of space together as, as Sousa calls them, “Astro Ambassadors.”

Bennet spoke to Fandom about Daisy’s new romance, and she admitted that it took her some time to come around to the idea. “I’ll be honest, I was concerned at the beginning when they told me about it,” Bennet said. She felt protective of how Daisy grew without a romantic relationship, explaining, “It’s really rare to see a character that is my age that centers around her growing as a person and not her growing in love. I was pretty protective of that, and that narrative for a lot of young women who watched her grow up and watched me grow up on the show – that not all female characters have to be revolved around their love life.” However, as Bennet has watched the season come to life, she’s definitely come on board the Daisy/Sousa train. As Bennet said:

It’s taken me watching [the season] to go, ‘Oh my god, I really loved it for her.’ I thought it was actually — in a weird, sci-fi, nerdy way — totally romantic and totally makes sense. Of course, it would be him! And I actually really find both Sousa and Enver to be incredibly complementing to the storyline and to that character. And to feel her growth. Someone who loves strong women, it’s really fun to watch. So I’m a total shipper!

Online reactions to Daisy and Sousa’s relationship have been overwhelmingly positive, so it’s safe to say Agents of SHIELD was smart in bringing them together. Daisy didn’t have much luck in the romance department before Sousa came along, and for fans who have been with her since the beginning, it was sweet to see Daisy find love. Plus, Sousa proved to be an excellent addition to the team, and fans were happy to see him find a new place after Agent Carter’s abrupt cancellation.

Bennet has been open about her desire to return as Daisy in future MCU project, though nothing official has been announced. Still, if Daisy were to reappear further down the line, there could also be a chance to bring back Sousa. The two looked to have a very solid partnership at the end of the Agents of SHIELD finale, and it could be interesting to see their adventures in space. At the same time, if this really is the end of the line for Daisy, at least she was able to get her happily ever after.

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EW – Alas, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Enoch (Joel Stoffer) wasn’t wrong.

In the ABC drama’s series finale, Daisy (Chloe Bennet), Coulson (Clark Gregg), and the gang successfully reunited with Fitz (Iain de Caestecker), who helped them return to their original timeline and thwart the Chronicom invasion. Following their victory, though, the episode jumped ahead one year and revealed that the team broke up — which is exactly what Enoch used his dying breath to tell Daisy in the time-loop episode.

Thankfully, they’re still close even though they don’t work together anymore. Gathered at the S.H.I.E.L.D. safehouse/bar via hologram technology, they each reveal what they’ve been up to since the band broke up: Mack (Henry Simmons) is still running S.H.I.E.L.D. and loves the new base’s view; Yo-Yo (Natalia Cordova-Buckley) is leading her own field team; Fitz and Simmons retired and are busy raising their daughter; Daisy and Sousa (Enver Gjokaj) are dating and off on a space mission for S.H.I.E.L.D.; May (Ming-Na Wen) teaches at the academy; and Coulson is just trying to figure out what’s next for him. (Meanwhile, Jeff Ward’s Deke is hanging out in the alternate timeline the team spent most of the season in) Despite their hectic schedules and separate lives, they make a plan to reunite like this once a year.

The series finale was shot a little over a year ago, but it somehow mirrors our present circumstances because the pandemic has forced us to rely on technology in order to stay connected. With that in mind, EW hopped on a Zoom call with the entire cast — which you can watch above — to hear their thoughts on where we left things with the characters. Here’s what they had to say:

Chloe Bennet and Enver Gjokaj on why Daisy and Sousa work as a couple:
Enver Gjokaj: I think just like in real life, [they work because of] how absolutely improbably the whole thing is, you know? It’s just something that doesn’t work until somebody comes along and breaks all the rules. Chloe and I had great chemistry. It just felt pretty easy.
Chloe Bennet: I full-blown have been fan-girling about them on screen, which I haven’t done for any of the other people that Daisy was with. But it’s so sweet. I actually really think it’s really, really cute. I just think that they’re so opposite and they balance each other out so well.

August 12, 2020  abby Comments are off Agents Of Shield, Gallery

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like this.” The final mission is upon us and actors @clarkgregg, @MingNa Wen and @chloebennet reflect on their years on #Marvel’s AgentsofSHIELD. The 2-hour series finale event airs tonight at 9|8c on @ABCNetwork

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August 12, 2020  abby Comments are off Agents Of Shield, Interviews

my centra loregon – Tonight, after seven seasons, ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. says goodbye with a two-hour finale starting at 9 p.m. ET. The episode, called “The End Is At Hand,” has our heroes making a final stand against the nefarious Chronicoms, who want to erase S.H.I.E.L.D. from history.

Clark Gregg, who plays Agent Phil Coulson in the Marvel movies and on AOS, told ABC Audio that over the years, the cast was convinced the show was kaput several times — but now, it’s for real.

“We’ve had a number of goodbyes, which has been kind of odd,” he said. “[For] several seasons we…didn’t know if we were coming back, so we would say goodbye to everybody…Definitely at the end of season five, the last episode was called ‘The End’, and it looked like we weren’t coming back.”

Gregg credits the fans with saving the show, noting, “[They] stuck with us and really became a kind of vocal crowd backing the show and pulling us off the bubble every year, so that by the end of it, we turned around and we’d done seven seasons and had this amazing journey.”

Chloe Bennet, who plays Daisy Johnson/Quake/Skye, agreed, telling ABC Audio, “I really feel like I’ve grown up with [my character]…on and off screen…Y’know, I was so young when I started and it’s just been special to kind of take that journey along with so many other people — like our fans.”

Elizabeth Henstridge, who plays Jemma Simmons, reminisced about her on-screen romance with co-star Iain De Caestecker, who plays fellow scientist Leo Fitz. The pair were dubbed FitzSimmons by fans early on, but De Caestecker had his own ideas. “What’s weird to season one me and Elizabeth, I mean, we protested as desperately as hard as we could that these two are brother and sister. There was no romance between them. And if there ever was, it would ruin the whole foundation of it, you know.”

Henstridge laughed, adding, “You protested more than I did, FYI…I won.” De Caestecker laughed, but allowed of the onscreen coupling, “sure enough, they wrote it in such a way that was like it’s you know, it’s impossible not to become invested in it.”

For her part, Ming-Na Wen, who played steely Agent Melinda May, said of her last day on set, “It was a mixed bag, for sure. It was a sense of accomplishment that, ‘Wow, we did this!’ and we were able to celebrate that, and you know, [it was] very melancholy in other ways.”

Bennet explained how she feels going into the home stretch. “I don’t think it’s still going to hit. You know, we still have the finale airing. And I think after that, I might feel different.”

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The cast and creators of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. share their farewell messages to fans after 7 amazing seasons of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

August 12, 2020  abby Comments are off Agents Of Shield, Gallery

Here is part 3 of Chloe’s exclusive season 3 promo photos, I hope you all enjoy this part and please give credit back if you use them. Part 4 will be out next week.

August 12, 2020  abby Comments are off Agents Of Shield

Watch Marvel’s Agents of Shield 711 Live with me! And some friends….

THIS WEEK! We have KEITH POTTER who directs the heck outta this episode!!!! Keith has been with the show as an AD foreverrrrrrrr and seeing him take the title of Director for this episode was so special.
CHRIS FREYER who did an incredible job of writing the episode!! His first ep of television and it was THIS 🤯, hearing his story and how hard he worked to get there is INSPIRING.
We aaaalso have the WONDERFUL DIANE DOAN, the INCREDIBLE THOMAS E. SULLIVAN and CEJ QUEENS, CHLOE BENNET and JEFF WARD

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The cast of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. looks back on seven seasons of making the Marvel series, react to filming their final scenes, and open up about the love from fans. Relive the memories with Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Elizabeth Henstridge, Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley, Iain De Caestecker, and Jeff Ward. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs Wednesdays on ABC.






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