With the third season of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” set to premiere on ABC tonight, the cast — including Chloe Bennet, Clark Gregg, Adrianne Palicki and Constance Zimmer — opened up about where their characters are now standing, including which side Quake would fall on in “Captain America: Civil War,” the extent of Mockingbird’s injuries, Coulson’s struggles to adjust to his new prosthetic hand and more.
Bennet told ComicBook.com she believes Quake would side with Captain America in “Civil War.” “I think Cap,” she shared, “Not just because it’s Chris Evans. I think it would be Cap because, I mean, that just makes the most sense. Iron Man is not really for her, you know? I think Daisy’s behavior up to this point, and where she’s been means she would go with Cap.”
She also weighed in season three’s new Inhuman threat during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, saying, “Lash is coming and I kid you not, he’s the scariest thing I’ve ever seen… If you’re a fan of the comics, you still will be totally surprised. It’s terrifying.”
Palicki offered an update on Bobbi “Mockingbird” Morse’s condition to THR. “She’s definitely reeling from the fact that her strength is such a definition of her character but she suffered some serious injuries and she has to work with a physical therapist now… She’s relearning how to use her knee again and she only has one lung. She still has a long way to go and she’s struggling with that. As of now, she’s taking over for Simmons in the lab while she’s gone. It’s hard for her because now, everyone’s going out and kicking ass without her and she’s stuck in the lab.”
As to newcomer Rosalind Price, Zimmer explained, “Rosalind Price is the head of the Alien Threat Containment Unit, and she’s pretty much the female version of Coulson, but you don’t know much about the agency that she works for… The relationship between Rosalind and Agent Coulson, people are going to really wonder who’s lying to who, who’s being honest, are we being honest? It’s a cat and mouse game and we’ll see if one catches the other in the end.”
Gregg also revealed Coulson’s struggles to adjust to his new prosthetic hand. “Coulson is really going to be struggling with that… We start off and he’s got this prosthetic hand Fitz made for him and he’s trying to figure out how to use it but it’s not going well. He can’t tie a tie, everything’s off.”
“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has already announced a “Secret Warriors” storyline for season three. In the “Secret Warriors” comic series by Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev, Jonathan Hickman and Stefano Caselli, Daisy Johnson (a.k.a. Quake) leads a sleeper team of superpowered peers called a caterpillar team. After Terrigen was exposed to the general population at the end of “S.H.I.E.L.D.’s” second season, leading to an anticipated boom of Enhanced people, it seems as though Skye will get her own sleeper super team in the show — something that was teased when Coulson handed her a blue folder labeled “Caterpillar” in the season finale.
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