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The actor category was full of many exceptional and powerhouse performers. Whoever was going to win had to overcome seemingly insurmountable odds. It’s fitting that the winner portrays a character who has repeatedly defied the odds. Agents of SHIELD’s Iain De Caestecker (Leo Fitz) has been nominated many times before but has never been able to overcome the other actors with much larger voting fandoms. But that all changed this month when the voters showed up in droves to support him allowing him to take the lead early on and hold it for the whole week. He trailed a bit at first, but through slow but steady voting he took the lead within the first hours of the competition and held the lead. Outlander’s David Berry provided some stiff competition constantly threatening to overtake the lead, but he was never ever able to overtake him. The actor category was such a strong group that almost anyone who won would have been a worthy winner. De Caestecker has been a steadily reliable performer who continues to deliver some truly exceptional performances week after week. Even though he’s only been in a couple episodes so far this season he’s made the most of them and delivered some intense performances. He almost single-handedly shouldered the weight of an entire episode and his performance was just as perfectly executed as always. He’s a gifted performer deserving of the title of December’s Most Outstanding Actor.

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Congrats also to Chloe who was voted best in the actress category.


January 15, 2018
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366 badly lit HD captures of the latest episode of Agents of SHIELD have been uploaded to the gallery.


January 11, 2018

Amazing! Exhilarating! Wonderful! The latest episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., directed by Clark Gregg himself, was truly one of the series’ finest hours. Clark delivered an episode that only someone who truly loves this show and the characters could have. He gave us the best Fitzsimmons‘ moments in a long time, and showed us what a beautiful badass Fitz can be, while still retaining his adoreable awkwardness. 656 screen caps of the episode have been uploaded to the image archive. Also; reviews.


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January 6, 2018

Neither space nor time can keep the First Couple of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD from being together. The Season 5 winter premiere, “Fun & Games,” not only finally reunited Fitz and Simmons after five episodes apart, but also saw the first engagement of the TV series.

It’s a moment that the cast sees as a long time coming. IGN was on set for the big proposal scene (well, the second one, when Jemma could actually hear Fitz) and spoke to stars Iain de Caestecker and Elizabeth Henstridge about their reaction to this latest FitzSimmons plot twist.

“I really do like it,” said de Caestecker of Fitz’s determined proposal. “I think that they’ve done a really cool job of building it up in a cool way, and I think it does seem like a natural progression now, kind of where they are, that they start planning about their future together. I don’t see them ever breaking up.”

Though Fitz and Simmons were originally introduced as having a brother/sister dynamic, the show started exploring the romantic nature of their feelings by the end of Season 1. Since then, their relationship as a couple has been interrupted by brain trauma, work woes, interplanetary travel and two monoliths that sent them through space and time, respectively.

Their troubled road to this proposal is one big reason that Henstridge isn’t allowing herself to get her hopes too high for the pair getting married any time soon — especially considering they’re trapped in a future where Earth is destroyed and have no obvious avenue home.

“I never allow myself to enjoy any happy moments in this show, especially with these two,” Henstridge said wryly after filming several takes of Fitz’s rescue and proposal scene. “If we ever actually make it to being happily married, and just happily ever after … I’ll believe it when I see it, you know? Something always seems to happen. I think it’s nice for them. And it’s a nice way that it happens, because there’s no kind of pomp to it.”

Not only did “Fun & Games” feature the FitzSimmons proposal, but that key scene was directed by one of the series’ stars, Clark Gregg. The cast felt that his knowledge of these characters and their dynamic over the past five seasons lent itself to telling this significant development for the series. For Gregg, he was just happy to be the one who directed filming of it.

“I was really kind of honored to be the one who got to do the moment where they finally take that step — and then she can’t hear him,” he told IGN several days before the episode’s premiere. “I thought it was such a tricky but gorgeous conceit, designing the space where they could have a moment together that could have to happen quickly where we’re seeing her and wondering if she’s hearing. … I felt very lucky to be doing that moment, but also to have those two who’ve got this relationship and how to play these permutations of it so down. It was just a thrill to sit at the monitor and watch it.”

Gregg had nothing but praise for Henstridge and de Caestecker’s portrayal of that proposal. “They show up to squeeze every drop of what’s there,” he reflected. “That connection and the discovery of their connection and the lengths that they’ve gone through just feel so earned to me, their closeness. It’s funny, because Iain does make those jokes all that time that he can’t bear when he has to do a kissing scene with her, but I think it’s just classy Iain protecting the vulnerability and the space of what really goes on between them in this false world.”

Chloe Bennet was similarly just thrilled to “actually get to be in the scene when they kiss and get engaged,” even if her character was technically unconscious at the time. “I’m just sitting there like, ‘Hey, guys!’ I don’t have to be a creeper this time,” she said, explaining, “Usually I’m the one who has to come and, like, find them and just watch them [during romantic scenes]. But I keep making really awkward eye contact at the end, and [de Caestecker’s] not stoked with it.”

“If we don’t have a massive wedding episode where I get to be the flower girl, I’m gonna be pissed,” Bennet added.

Whatever the future brings or whatever new horror attempts to keep Fitz and Simmons apart, Henstridge has faith that they will continue to stick through things together. Though they might still be processing the events that took place in the Framework, Henstridge viewed this engagement as the two of them putting the past behind them and agreeing to move on with their life together.

“These two, they’ve already made their life commitment to each other. And they’ve made such a huge commitment to their job. They put their lives on the line every week. So, I think it will happen,” she said of a possible wedding. “I don’t know that it’ll be that big of a deal when it happens, you know? I don’t think they’re into huge kind of showy, fancy stuff.”

So would she be Jemma Fitz? “No, never,” Henstridge said emphatically. “Are you joking? Never. I’d make him be Simmons. Leo Simmons.”

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January 5, 2018

The latest episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 5 finally started giving us the good stuff, with 5×05 at last revealing where Fitz has been while the rest of the agents have been in space. Iain’s performance throughout the episode was exceptional and, as always, the critics have been loving him. Check out his reviews here. It was also such a joy to see Nick Blood back on screen as Hunter. I have always believed Hunter was the friend Fitz truly deserved – someone who gave as much to the friendship as Fitz did, and literally the only main character on the show that Fitz has never felt betrayed by. Please bring that guy back full time. 1204 HQ captures of the episode have been uploaded to the image archive. So many caps, but so many glorious angles, big baby-blues and white tee goodness.


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