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May 13, 2015  Comments are off Agents Of Shield

With Avengers: Age of Ultron burning up the box office, Marvel is hotter than ever… thanks in no small part to this year’s amazing season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. No longer the clean-up crew for the “real” superheroes, our favorite comic-book commandos have been thrust into the world of corruption, Asgardians and—most recently—Inhumans, along with Chloe Bennett’s character Skye have been the center of it all. Skye (also known to her real parents as Daisy Johnson) has grown from a junior geek goddess to legit badass, complete with super powers she never wanted, parents with murderous tendencies, and a former soulmate who turned out to be a treacherous sociopath. Despite all this, Paste found her to be in great spirits for this interview, as we chatted about Skye’s past, present, and future, and tonight’s season finale.

Paste Magazine: When Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. introduced Skye in the first episode, she was just a hacker living in a van. Now, she’s a legit, capable SHIELD agent with advanced fighting skills. Did you feel like your path in evolving as a performer was parallel to that, since you’ve had to learn how to do increasingly-difficult stunts and fight scenes over the last two seasons?
Chloe Bennet: Completely. I was thinking of it the other day. I’ve just had such a similar journey. We kind of got thrown onto the show just like how Skye got thrown into S.H.I.E.L.D. with people she didn’t know, and then she grew close to them and had to prepare for them in a way she’s never prepared for people before. That’s exactly how I feel about our cast.

During the hiatus last season. I trained for a couple of months every day for probably about four hours. I put myself through my own version of S.H.I.E.L.D. training, learning Muay Thai and moves we could incorporate into our choreography. We did lots of intense cardio to get ready for the season and did a lot of the gun training beforehand, so we kind of had a base starting point. That helped me so much.

I’m so different from who I was when I first started the show, and I think I’m more knowledgeable. I’m more comfortable in my own skin. It’s going to be a weird day, the day I ever stop playing Skye. A part of me will feel a little lost or a little off, because I feel so connected to everything she’s gone through.

Credit: pastemagazine.com
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