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Welcome to Chloe Bennet Net, Your online resource dedicated to actress Chloe Bennet, You may known Chloe from her roles in "The Nightlife" as a co-host, "Nashville" or her main staring part on "Agents of Shield" and "Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors" as Daisy 'Skye' Johnson and the 2020 movies "Valley Girl" and "5 Years Apart". It is our aim to being you all the latest news, photos, information and much more on Chloe's career. We hope you enjoy your stay!
September 06, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

I no its a little late but here is part 5 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 6 will be coming soon and this may end up having 100 parts by the end.

September 01, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

Screenrant – Agents of SHIELD star Chloe Bennet got a tattoo to honor her time playing Daisy Johnson, aka Quake. Marvel TV launched their first show on ABC in 2013 with the hook of Clark Gregg reprising his role as Phil Coulson after the character’s death in The Avengers. While most viewers were familiar with Gregg from the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, the rest of Agents of SHIELD’s cast was filled with fresh faces, including Chloe Bennet.

Over the last seven years, Agents of SHIELD featured an eventful arc for Daisy, but it is now over. The series finale of Agents of SHIELD aired recently, giving fans and the stars of the show closure in regards to the story. The end of the show has led those involved to reflect on seven seasons. Marvel even released a video of the emotional table read of the final episode so fans could see the reactions of the cast as they prepared to say goodbye. But, Bennet has made sure that Daisy will be with her forever.

In honor of the series finale of Agents of SHIELD, Bennet revealed that she got a tattoo to commemorate her character. The actress got a tattoo of a daisy flower on her arm, and she shared pictures of the tattoo process on Instagram. It comes after seven seasons of playing Daisy Johnson in more than 130 episodes, which saw Bennet’s role in the show grow as time went on.

The finale of Agents of SHIELD left Daisy’s story in an intriguing place. She was last shown to be aboard Zephyr 3 in space with her own team, which included Daniel Sousa and her sister Kora. There are so far no plans for Daisy to return in a spinoff, but that hasn’t stopped fans – and Bennet – from hoping that will happen. Bennet has repeatedly said that she doesn’t think her time as Quake has truly come to an end, so she is optimistic that another Marvel project will come calling at some point.

Even if Bennet never gets the chance to play Daisy again, she will now always have a reminder of this adventure and her time on Agents of SHIELD. It is so far the biggest role of her career and played a big part in Bennet’s growth as a performer. Now that Bennet got this tattoo, it won’t be too surprising if Agents of SHIELD fans follow her lead and get daisy tattoos of their own. This is a cool and simple idea for those interested in commemorating their appreciation of the show and Daisy, so it could catch on with fans.

September 01, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

5 Years Apart, a film starring Chloe Bennet, Michael Vlamis, Scott Michael Foster, Ally Maki and Craig Low, is now available on video on demand. The film is distributed by Gravitas Ventures.

Vlamis is also a producer on it, too. The film originally premiered last September at the LA Indie Film Festival, where it sold out its screening.

The film tells the story of two estranged brothers who were born on the same day, five years apart. When they suddenly run into each other at their family vacation home on their birthday weekend, they have wildly different expectations for how the weekend is going to play out.

It’s available now on the platforms below, and will roll out on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Fandango, Redbox and more over the next month.
Comcast, Spectrum, At&t, Directv, Cox, Dish, Verizon, Frontier, Suddenlink, Mediacom, Armstrong, Rogers, Shaw, Telus, Bell

August 16, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

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

August 16, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

Behind-the-scenes look at composer Bear McCreary scoring all seven seasons of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

August 16, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

And here it is after 7 years the last episode of the whirlwind of a show that is Agents Of Shield I still remember when the pilot aired I got up so early before work to download and watch the first episode and was in love from the start. Over the show’s life Skye/Daisy and Chloe have been through so much, with her being all hacker in a van and learning how to work in a team and find her family in season 1, to finding her power, dad being a monster and mom trying to kill her season 2, to having her own super powered team, going evil and losing her boyfriend in season 3, to being on her own, to back with the team to going into a computer world to save them all season 4, being send to the future and told you destroyed the world, to going back to the past and finding out you didn’t but to stop it Colson has to die in season 5, being in space to find Fitz for the first bit and teaming up with not colson to save the world again and then get’s send to the past in season 6, And last being in the past, meeting Sousa, having her powers taken, doing groundhog day over and over, meeting her mom when she was good and watching her die for her this time round, finding out she has a sister who is now on the evil side, to one hell of a fight with quake v1 vs quake v2 and the team going there own ways but with a happy ending in season 7. They did cover a lot of ground with her over the 7 years and we had some amazing up’s and just why the hell did you do that down’s but it was a amazing run of all the cast and crew. So thank you Agents Of Shield for all you have done and all you started. HD Screen captures are up in the gallery.

August 13, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

IGN – Why did Chloe Bennet hate her last day of filming? Was Mack supposed to be dressed like Nick Fury? IGN gets answers from the SHIELD team.

Agents of SHIELD has ended its seventh and final season, and we had a chance to speak to the cast of the long-running Marvel series about their feelings on shutting down the saga and where all the characters wound up when the series finale’s credits rolled.
At a Zoom roundtable shared with other outlets, IGN spoke to stars Clark Gregg, Chloe Bennet, Ming-Na Wen, Henry Simmons, Elizabeth Henstridge, Natalia Cordova-Buckley, Iain De Caestecker, Jeff Ward, and Enver Gjokaj, digging a little deeper into the series finale and where every member of the team ended up.

Chloe Bennet’s Final Scene
Though the final episode, “What We’re Fighting For,” wrapped things up with the team all reuniting in a virtual world (sound familiar, 2020?) as holograms, that wasn’t the final scene everyone filmed. In fact, Bennet shared how much she disliked her last day of filming.

“I hated my last day,” she said. “I’m going to be completely honest. I begged for our last day to be the one where we’re sitting in the chairs together. Because of scheduling reasons we couldn’t do that. My last day was actually the entire Quake fight and it’s really hard to shoot physical things when you’re emotional because you’ve got the exact opposite parts of your brain lighting up. And then my last last shot was just very SHIELD, which was me on a green screen, bored, with a bald cap floating in space. Looking dumber than you can imagine.”

“We’d already shot the [reunion scene] earlier on in the episode so I was kind of a wreck,” Bennet added. “I was just broken open from those scenes and then to do the fights and have to lay on a green board, while bald, was pretty odd.”

Daisy Johnson and Daniel Sousa
In the end, we found out that most everyone, except for Fitz (who retired), was still working for SHIELD in some capacity. But for Bennet’s Daisy Johnson, her future also meant a new life with Gjokaj’s Daniel Sousa. A relationship that took Bennet by surprise.

“I was a little hesitant about a love interest,” Bennet explained, “because [Daisy’s] narrative was really about finding herself and her family and her relationship with Coulson and the SHIELD family. This one snuck up on me as Chloe as much as it did for Daisy I think. It’s one of those things where you say ‘Oh, she needed this.’ Not in a way like ‘she needs a man’ but just the way that he compliments her so well. It felt perfect as an ending for her. It took a man out of time to come in and compliment her in this way and she was completely caught off guard by it.”

As for Gjokaj, joining the SHIELD squad was a dream come true. “Jed [Whedon] and Maurissa [Tancharoen] made it clear that they didn’t want to reprise Sousa from the moment he left [Agent Carter],” the actor said. “They wanted to see that time had passed and that he’d continued to advance in the ranks and in his skills. They wanted to see more of a super agent.”

“I got to have the best of both worlds,” Gjokaj added. “I got to continue that character on the trajectory he would have gone on if Agent Carter had gone on and then — when I collected Marvel as a kid I loved the ‘What If?’ comics. This felt like such an amazing ‘What If?'”

Of course, not all of the show’s ships wound up on a happy note. Fans of Coulson and May might be distraught over the two ending up apart. “I think the ‘Philinda’ fans are going to be a little bit sad about the outcome. Again,” Wen laughed. “But you know what? We’ve seen this happen before. So don’t be surprised if you see him resurrected again.”

August 12, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

comicbook – The last seven years of Agents of SHIELD have seen everything from space travel to time travel, but it’s the show’s grounded relationships that brought so many fans returning year after year. One such relationship is that of Coulson (Clark Gregg) and Daisy (Chloe Bennet). After bringing her into SHIELD in the first season, the two developed a bond that has been compared to fathers and daughters. During a recent Agents of SHIELD press event, Gregg and Bennet explained that their relationship goes beyond just that, both onscreen and off.

“From the first interrogation scene with Skye, after we pulled her out of her van, there was something just different about Chloe Bennet,” Gregg explained. “The way she has a realness and a fire to her as a performer that… A lot of great actors to work with on that show, but the through-line of that relationship, that friendship, that family-type relationship. Which people say ‘father-daughter,’ and it definitely has that in it, but I think, like my relationship with Chloe, it has so many permutations. There are ways where it isn’t that simple, where she’s helping and teaching and rescuing me as often as I’m doing that for her. To have that part of the show was the one where I grew the most as an actor and as a human, I would say. In spite of Chloe.”

“It just hit me right now that this is our last round table for SHIELD ever,” Bennet replied. “Then that answer just kind of gets me a little emotional. People do say ‘father-daughter’ all the time and I think what’s one of the… most rewarding parts of the show was having probably one of the most dynamic relationships with someone in my life. That relationship was with Clark. Where it mutates in it. There’s so much growth and there’s so much openness and there’s so much respect. 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 of ‘it’s this, it’s that, it’s that.’ It’s only something that you would get in an environment like SHIELD.”

August 12, 2020  abby 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.”

August 12, 2020  abby Comments are off Uncategorized

“The End is at Hand/What We’re Fighting For” – With their backs against the wall and Nathaniel and Sibyl edging ever closer to eliminating S.H.I.E.L.D. from the history books, the agents must rely on their strengths to outsmart and outlast the Chronicoms. This is their most important fight, and it will take the help of friends and teammates, past and present, to survive. Watch the special two-hour series finale of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,






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