A little late but The Fan Carpet made Chloe Bennet Net there Fansite of the Day on sunday so thank you for that.
New stills from Agents Of Shield mid season episode 2×10 – What They Become are now up in the gallery, Right now we only have them in MQ but I hope to have the HQ ones soon.
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Right first of a big sorry for these being so late up my real life got in the way, I just updated our photo gallery with over 400 HD screen captures of Chloe from last weeks agent of shield’s episode 2×09 – Ye Who Enter Here. Enjoy!
– Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013-2014) > Season Two > Screen captures > 2×09 – Ye Who Enter Here
On last night’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., we got to peer into Skye’s psyche during a dream sequence. The sequence brought some of Skye’s fears to the forefront, mostly her fear of abandonment, represented by her new S.H.I.E.L.D. mother and father figures, May and Coulson. She clearly fears that her connection to the Doctor will force her new family to leave her behind.
There’s something else that may be important in that scene. May and Coulson only leave Skye behind after a music box is opened, and the song that the box plays may tell us the truth about Skye’s identity.
The song the box plays is “Daisy Bell,” which many sci-fi fans will recognize from 2001: A Space Odyssey. One might think that this particular song was chosen simply because it’s a simple song that sounds kind of creepy if played at the right speed, and in the right context, but we think it’s more than that.
Showrunners Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen both come from a musical background. Whedon used to write scores for video games, and Tanchoroen is a singer and dancer, and both co-wrote the musical Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog with Joss Whedon. Point being, when they pick a specific song for a specific scene, I find it hard to believe it’s without an equally specific reason.
According to the Doctor, “Skye” is not actually Skye’s real name. As a symbol of her lost childhood, the music box may have revealed what Skye’s true name is: Daisy. And in Marvel Comics, there’s one very notable character with the name Daisy and strong ties to S.H.I.E.L.D., and that’s Daisy Johnson, a.k.a. Quake.
This fits in snugly with our previous theory that the Doctor is actually the Marvel villain Mister Hyde, who is Daisy’s father. Daisy was introduced in Secret War, but reakky took center stage in the Secret Warriors comic book series, which followed Nick Fuy’s handpicked team of young agents, fighting the good fight against Hydra at a time when there was no officially sanctioned S.H.I.E.L.D. (does that premise sound familiar to anybody else?).
Daisy also has a very similar origin story to Skye’s. She once went by a fake name (in the comics, it’s Cory Sutter rather than Skye, likely changed to keep her identity from being too obvious in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), and she was taken in by S.H.I.E.L.D. at a young age, similar to how S.H.I.E.L.D. agents took Skye from China. Daisy is then groomed by Nick Fury, similar to how Skye has received special attention from Coulson, and eventually becomes an Avenger and the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. herself, hinting at potentially big things in Skye’s future.
There are some differences however. For one, Daisy is not an Inhuman, and we believe, at this point, that we can safely assume Skye is. Daisy’s powers were first believed to be a mutation, but were later revealed to be a side effect of her father’s altered DNA. We still believe this works, just with Marvel Studios taking some liberties. Instead of being mistakenly pegged as a mutant, she is accurately pegged as the closest thing Marvel can legally use to a mutant, an Inhuman (though Marvel could still throw a twist at us in the final stretch).
Of course, nothing is confirmed until it’s confirmed, but the clues just keep coming, and we think this theory just keeps getting stronger as they do.
When fans first met Skye (Chloe Bennet) at the beginning of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, she was a rebellious hacktivist who was brought into the fold against her will. Now, she’s almost a completely different person including being a full fledged member of the team, a place Chloe Bennet never saw coming.
With the show primed for major changes heading into tonight’s episode, “…Ye Who Enter Here,” ComicBook.com caught up with Bennet about Skyes growth, if she still ships #Skyeward, and so much more.
What has the journey been like for you, growing with the character of Skye over the course of last season and this one? There’s certainly been a lot of developments, so has that had any effect on you?
I’d like to think, I’ve grown a ton with Skye. The writers and showrunners have been super generous to me with Skye’s storyline and how much growth I’ve had with her. Just look at how far she’s come in the time between the pilot and the first episode of this season?! THEN look how far she’s come since even that episode. It’s been a blast.
Luckily, we’ve been able to keep her self deprecation, her sense of humor and all the things that make Skye, Skye. It’s been a lot of fun to play her, because her growth is my growth too, you know? We both have that ball busting attitude, and at the same time I’ve grown so much as an actor thanks to Clark and the rest of the cast.
When we started this show, nobody knew anyone from anything and a lot of us were still very new at this whole thing. Clark and I have had pretty personal scenes together on screen that a lot of that father/daughter mentorship has translated off screen as well. He’s been a HUGE mentor for me and my growth in this business so it’s a lot of fun to see the interpersonal relationships we have as colleagues, pay off on the show.
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Here is the official Synopsis for the 10th episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2.
IT’S S.H.I.E.L.D. VS HYDRA IN THE WAR THAT CHANGES EVERYTHING, ON THE WINTER FINALE OF “MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.” ON ABC
“What They Become” – Coulson and Whitehall’s forces meet in an explosive confrontation that dramatically alters everyone’s fates. Meanwhile, Skye discovers shocking secrets about her past, on the Winter finale of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
– See more at: http://shieldsite.net/agents-of-s-h-i-e-l-d-winter-finale-description-what-they-became/21829#sthash.x6oKeOzn.dpuf
Some time ago I post that Chloe was going to guest star on the tv show The Birthday Boys and her episode 2×05 – Love Date Hump was just on, And I have just updated our photo gallery with over 50 screen captures of Chloe from said episode. Enjoy!
– Television Series > The Birthday Boys > 2×05 – Love Date Hump
Here is the promo for the nexts all new Agents Of Shield 2×09 – Ye Who Enter Here and remember that it will air in two weeks.
SHIELD discovers the ancient city before Hydra, but uncovering the secrets may require one of Coulson’s team to make the ultimate sacrifice. Meanwhile, May and Skye race to get to Raina before Whitehall takes her, on Tuesday, December 2nd on ABC
I just updated our photo gallery with over 100 HD screen captures of Chloe from last nights episode 2×08 – The Things We Bury. Enjoy!
– Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013-2014) > Season Two > Screen captures > 2×08 – The Things We Bury
He’s not just any alien. The Dec. 2 episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will finally reveal that its mysterious blue man from outer space — the one whose rejuvenating blood saved the life of Director Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) — is a member of the humanoid Kree race. Yes, that’s the same alien species that gave us Lee Pace’s character, Ronan the Accuser, in the Marvel movie blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy. But all this means bupkis to Coulson and his S.H.I.E.L.D. team.
“Our people don’t know anything about the Kree or that there’s a planet full of them,” notes executive producer Jeffrey Bell. “What they do know is that the strange carvings created by Coulson after he was injected with the Kree serum are actually the map of a city, and they need to find that city before Hydra does. But where is it? Here or on another planet?”
The Hydra terrorists have more manpower and resources than S.H.I.E.L.D., and their freaky obsession with the blue alien goes all the way back to the 1940s — the setting for ABC’s upcoming spinoff series Marvel’s Agent Carter. But S.H.I.E.L.D. has Skye. The do-or-die agent with no last name, played by Chloe Bennet, was also injected with Kree serum but, unlike Coulson, suffered no consequences. Similarly, her not-always-trusty cohort Raina (Ruth Negga) — again, no last name — was able to touch the deadly alien obelisk and survive without harm.
“You’ll find out that Skye and Raina have something in common — and it’s not that they’re brunettes,” Bennet says with a laugh. “Some of our überfans think the two of them are aliens. Or maybe they’re something else — something different and special. It’s all leading to a reveal that’s mother-effing crazy.”
Bennet, by the way, isn’t giving up on Skye’s love for turncoat agent Grant Ward (Brett Dalton). “I still ship them as a couple,” she says. “Yeah, I know Grant’s a pathological liar who was playing everyone at S.H.I.E.L.D., but he wasn’t fake about his feelings for Skye. I have to believe that. I have to have my ounce of hope!”