Adrianne Palicki Explains Bobbi’s State Going Into Season Three Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

The season finale for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season two saw our favorite agents undergo plenty of changes. Simmons was pulled into the unknown, Coulson was without an arm, Skye had fully transformed into Daisy Johnson, and Bobbi Morse was recovering from having been shot trying to protect Hunter. Given everything that happened, it’s safe to say fans have plenty of questions going into season three, which kicks off on ABC next month. Such as, what injuries will Bobbi end up facing as a result of being shot?

During a recent interview with Den of Geek, Adrianne Palicki (Bobbi Morse) revealed that Bobbi will be facing plenty of challenges going into next season, some of which will be physical.

How do you think Bobbi will deal with super powered opponents?
I think it’s going to be challenging for her. She’s going to have new challenges. She’s dealing with not having the use of her knee. She’s missing part of a lung. There’s going to be a lot of stuff she’s having to deal with.

Source: Den of Geek.

Park Reveals Even More Concept Art For Scarlet Witch

Marvel Studios Concept Artist Andy Park has been revealing a bunch of concept art he worked on for Avengers: Age of Ultron over the past couple of months. He has previously revealed multiple pieces of concept art for the Vision, Hulkbuster, Hawkeye, and Black Widow, but most of his pieces have been for Scarlet Witch. Before settling on her final look in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Park worked on multiple variations of the costume. Earlier this week, he teased another design he did where he tried to make it not so “costumey”.

It isn’t too different from the costume Olsen was seen wearing at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron, but there are some slight differences – mainly with the top and the jacket.

Source: Andy Park on Twitter.

Frank Grillo Talks Crossbones

While plenty of the Marvel cast is active on social media, it’s hard to find an actor within the MCU that struggles to contain his excitement as much as Frank Grillo. Given that Marvel is known to be secretive, and that they prefer to reveal information and photos when they feel as though the timing is right, it’s surprising Grillo had no problem sharing set photos from Captain America: Civil War a couple of months ago that revealed the new costume he would be wearing as Crossbones. (He has also previously posted a fake Civil War trailer – although noting that he knew it wasn’t real – showcasing his excitement over seeing the fans’ response to his costume.)

Speaking with Collider, Grillo explained how he went through multiple fittings for the costume, and how he underwent a change once he finally put it on.

There were seven different fittings. I was doing another movie, and they flew out. It was top secret. They came in with briefcases and I was like, “Really?! For a helmet?!” And then, when I went in my trailer and saw it and put it on, it changed my whole DNA. It’s amazing!

Source: Collider.

Luke Mitchell Hints At Lincoln’s Story Going Into Season Three

Luke Mitchell’s Lincoln was a late addition to the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. cast in season two, and was quickly upped to a series regular prior to the start of production on season three. While his character ended up playing a rather important role in the second season, Lincoln is still a rather mysterious character and it’s hard to say where he really stands. Per Mitchell, however, that will change going into the upcoming season. Lincoln will be figuring out where he stands and where he belongs.

We’ve heard there’s a time jump to kick off the season. Where do we pick up?

Luke Mitchell: That’s a very good question.
Look, I can’t tell you much apart from what they’ve given me for my character. I mean, [Skye and Mac], they’re kind of starting to look for new Inhumans, and I’ve kind of been searching for my own thing. I think at the end of Season Two and the climax there, it’s more about Lincoln trying to work out who he is and where he stands, because he feels a bit betrayed by both sides. He doesn’t know where he fits.

The Lincoln who’s been introduced in Season Two is going to be a very different Lincoln in Season Three, just in terms of — the audience is introduced to him in a hierarchy of Inhumans. And that’s like his safety net, his backbone. Just, like, a version of him. And now that he’s been betrayed by that, you’re going to be introduced to him outside of that, and he needs to work out where he stands and where his allegiances lie.

When we pick up, will it describe what his relationship with S.H.I.E.L.D. is going to be from the start? He’s not necessarily an agent, but an ally, maybe?

I think he’s in the gray area. Don’t take this the wrong way, but I think he’s dangerous in the sense that they don’t know whether they can trust him, and I don’t think he knows what to trust. So I think it’s rocky. I think their relationship is rocky. S.H.I.E.L.D. needs to play their cards right, and Lincoln needs to work things out pretty quick and smart, yeah. I’m going to cut myself off before I say too much.

It’ll be interesting to see where they plan on taking his character in the third season, and how his relationship with S.H.I.E.L.D. develops along the way. As it stands, it looks like Lincoln hasn’t decided where to place his trust just yet, which will more than likely be the source of plenty of tension with Coulson.

Source: Comic Book Resources.

Fan Made Avengers : Age of Ultron Arcade Game

Ever wonder what a 90’s arcade version of Captain America fighting Ultron bots in Avengers: Age of Ultron would look like? Well, thanks to Raymond Teo on YouTube, now we know! It’s a short video, only running thirty-seconds in length, but it’s pretty great nonetheless.

Source: YouTube.

Andrew Garfield Comments On Tom Holland’s Casting As Spider-Man

While Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man films were criticized by fans, the one thing most seemed to agree on was that Andrew Garfield was an excellent Peter Parker. When it was announced that Marvel and Sony were partnering together to bring Spidey to the MCU, many hoped to see Garfield come along with the deal, but that ended up not being the case. Not only was Marvel aiming to bring in a younger Peter Parker than we’ve previously seen in the Sony films, but it was rumored that Garfield had been fired by Sony prior to the deal between Marvel and Sony.

While attending the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Annual Grants Banquet, ET Online was able to get Garfield to talk about Holland’s casting, and how he’s excited to just be a fan again.

“It feels lovely, especially because Tom Holland is a really, really great actor,” Garfield told ET’s Cameron Mathison at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Annual Grants Banquet in Beverly Hills on Thursday. “He was in this movie The Impossible and he was just this incredibly powerful, sensitive, just wonderful young actor.”

Source: ET Online.

More Set Photos From Captain America: Civil War

With production on Captain America: Civil War underway in Germany, more and more set photos are beginning to make their way online. A few days ago, we posted fan photos of Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther), Martin Freeman, Sebastian Stan (Winter Soldier) and directors Joe & Anthony Russo greeting fans nearby. Now, we have photos of Chris Evans, Emily VanCamp, Anthony Mackie, and Daniel Brühl on set.


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