“I think Simmons is ready,” Henstridge shared. “I think Simmons is just semi-retired right now. So for her, it probably wouldn’t take very much.
Usually, our cast would watch the season premiere together an then the finale all together. We’d go to Mo [Tancharoen] and Jed’s [Whedon] house and we’d watch it. This year we weren’t able to do that and so it just felt like the right choice to watch it on Zoom in public. And it just allowed for so many great conversations and reminiscing.
I mean, my ultimate goal would be to direct a huge Marvel movie and a huge superhero movie, but I would also act in anything that they do, voice anything that they do. I have absolutely loved working for and with Marvel.
ComicBook Interview: Elizabeth Henstridhe and Zach Agents of SHIELD Star Elizabeth Henstridge Abel Talk Smile Train’s World Smile Day Event
If people share a smile and share Smile Train with one other person, whether you can donate any moeny or not, that’s brillaint. That’s the whole point. We wamt to help spread the word and if people feel able to donate then that’s wonderful, too. I just know that anything you can donate will make a huge, huge difference.”
I think 2020 has been such a moment to reflect for basically everybody in the world. And it just made me realize how privileged I was. And we are, to know so many amazing people in the film industry. I really wanted a space to be able to share the stories of everybody that has worked on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and what that process is like, and hopefully to inspire people to be able to do it too.
“Season 6 is very different than what we’ve done before,” Elizabeth Henstridge
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