Agents of SHIELD star teases potential returns in time-travelling final season
“Who knows who we see on the way back…”
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD star Chloe Bennet has teased the possibility of seeing some familiar faces as the new season takes a step back in time.
The Quake actress opened up about the upcoming last season of the show after the characters travelled backwards in the season six finale, promising things will be “really, really fun” going forwards (or backwards).
“I can say we are back in time, so we have to get… the whole goal is to get back to where we were,” Bennet told Digital Spy.
“So that means travelling through a bunch of different time periods and who knows who we see on the way back, if we even get back. It’s actually one of the most… season 4 and season 7 are definitely my favourite seasons of SHIELD.
“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.”
As well as Agents of SHIELD, the actress has been bust with new DreamWorks animation Abominable, and told us how it is a good example of how to do representation on screen.
“A lot of that shift is kind of an inauthentic wanting to do what’s currently politically correct or what the right thing to do is because they’re like, ‘Look – representation, females, women’, she explained of previous efforts that have failed in representation.
“There’s a lot of false versions of that and this film so organically took that on, way before this became something that was quote-unquote trendy in Hollywood. It just is.
“The writer and director of the film, Jill [Coulton], she knew that she wanted to get these kids back to the Himalayas, China was the natural starting point, and it went from there.”
Abominable is out now in US cinemas and is released in UK cinemas on October 11.
Original article at Digital Spy.
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