“I met up with Elizabeth Henstridge [who plays Jemma Simmons] for dinner a few nights ago and we were like, ‘It’s been six months right?’ and we were like, ‘Nope, it’s been two months’. It’s a little weird. I don’t think it will hit me that the show’s over for a while.”
“For the long-term fans, it’s a really big pay-up and it’s really, really fun… When you’ve done six seasons and that many hours of TV, it’s pretty hard on the writers to think what else do we do, and they killed it. Season seven is a really, really fun one.”
I don’t think I’m ready to put that Quake suit on anytime soon, if I’m being honest. It is REAL tight, so I’ve been enjoying the extra glass of wine that I get, and it’s a little relaxing to not have to play a superhero for a little bit. It’s a pretty physical job, so I’m enjoying a life right now. But never say never.
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We went into these seasons knowing that there would be some groundbreaking or earth shattering storytelling going on in the films, and so our approach was always to avoid it, for multiple reasons. We decided to be “pre-snap,” as we say, mostly because of scheduling concerns or fluid scheduling ideas. We didn’t want in any way to step on anything they were doing, so the safest bet was to avoid it completely.
Although we know this isn’t Coulson, the premiere doesn’t tell us who Sarge is, what he wants, or where he came from. Luckily, EW visited the set of the ABC drama in September and spoke to Gregg and costar Ming Na-Wenn (who plays Coulson’s love Melinda May) about Sarge’s arrival, May’s reaction to Coulson’s doppelgänger and more.
As interconnected as Agents of SHIELD was with Marvel’s films in the show’s earliest days, Gregg said, it’s by carving out its space within the MCU and drawing on unprotected pieces of source material that the series has been able to set itself apart.
“In my mind, Captain America doesn’t know he’s alive. It’s bittersweet to me,” he laughed. “We know that Nick Fury knows, obviously, we’ve seen him. And I feel like Tony Stark knows things — he just finds a way to know things — but I think the two of them have had a blunt conversation about it and decided not to share it further.
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“I always think of that thing, you know, find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life. I think that’s Phil Coulson,” he added. “He loves this stuff. And like me, he shows up to do a job and it just keeps getting better and more interesting and then incredible people show up and it’s beyond his wildest dreams.”