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May 19, 2017
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258 HD captures of Agents of SHIELD’s season 4 finale have been uploaded to the image archive.


May 17, 2017
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Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D‘s Iain de Caestecker, Bokeem Woodbine (Underground), and John Magaro have joined previously announced stars Jovan Adepo and Wyatt Russell in Paramount/Bad Robot’s upcoming war film Overlord, from director Julius Avery. Rounding out the cast are Jacob Anderson (Game Of Thrones), Dominic Applewhite (The King’s Speech), Pilou Asbaek (Game Of Thrones), and Mathilde Ollivier (The Misfortunes Of Francois Jane) as production is underway in the UK.

The pic follows a group of American paratroopers who, on the eve of D-Day, are dropped behind enemy lines to carry out a mission crucial to the invasion’s success. But as they approach their target, they begin to realize there is more going on in this Nazi-occupied village than a simple military operation.

J.J. Abrams and Lindsey Weber are producing the film, from a screenplay by Billy Ray and Mark L. Smith.

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May 17, 2017


May 13, 2017

What a horrible season it has been for poor real Fitz. What did he ever do to deserve all this? Another great installment in last tuesday’s all new episode of Agent’s of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Fitz tried to come to terms with what happened in the framework, and AIDA had the worst reaction ever to being let down gently. Mad props to Mallory Jansen for that fearless performance. Remember to check out Iain’s reviews for the last few episodes. As always the praise has been rolling in. 418 HD captures of the episode of have been uploaded to the gallery.


May 12, 2017
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Agents of SHIELD now heads into its fifth season. Marvel’s first live-action scripted drama, which moved back an hour to 10 p.m. on Tuesdays, has found its footing and helped solve the network’s problem in the slot — at least with the aid of time-shifting. The series remains a solid DVR performer and is an international draw. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the show starring Clark Gregg and Ming Na has been working to reduce costs for its fifth season, with ABC looking to lower the drama’s budget on the ABC Studios-produced series. Season four averaged a 1.7 among adults 18-49 with seven days of DVR and 4.6 million total viewers. It will join fellow Marvel drama The Inhumans on the network’s schedule.


May 12, 2017


May 9, 2017

Now that most members of Team S.H.I.E.L.D. have escaped their Matrix-like prison, the ensuing showdown with Aida (Mallory Jansen) won’t just be physical but heavily emotional as Fitz (Iain de Caestecker) deals with the aftermath of his Framework decisions during Tuesday’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Will Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) be able to bring Fitz back from the brink? EW sat down with Henstridge and De Caestecker to get the scoop:

Do you think Fitz will be able to come back from what he’s done in the Framework, and in that vein, will Simmons be able to bring him back?
ELIZABETH HENSTRIDGE: As in bring him emotionally back?
IAIN DE CAESTECKER: Yeah, it’s definitely something you can’t really come back from, is it?
HENSTRIDGE: There’s things you can’t un-see, as well. I think as much as Simmons wants to be able to forgive him and help him move forward, she’s seen him with another woman. She’s seen him kill someone at point-blank range, which she never thought [he’d do]. It wasn’t not him, it was just a different version of him, and so she has to come to terms with that as Fitz has to come to terms with that, and we don’t know if that’s going to happen or not.
DE CAESTECKER: But Simmons is pretty understanding, you know?
HENSTRIDGE: She’s a good girl.
DE CAESTECKER: She’s a good girl. She’s a good girl.
HENSTRIDGE: Yeah. And you know, she did choose Fitz, so she was going to get some of this situation, you know? It’s never going to be easy.

It was the Life Model Decoy version of Fitz who brought up marriage, but will this be addressed again?
HENSTRIDGE: They’re just trying to get through whether they can even just be together at this point rather than get married. Fitz is potentially going to be in a bit of a tailspin because of what has happened. It doesn’t mean that they’re not going to have challenges on the other side. When they left the Framework, the base got blown up, everything was chaotic, we’re now coming back into that world. So I think marriage for them is very far off.

Now that Fitz is out of the Framework, will that interaction with his father give him a sense of closure?
DE CAESTECKER: Good question. I haven’t thought of that. Maybe. Maybe. In the real world, he didn’t really get to know his dad at all. So I’m sure it will affect him in some respect. I don’t know whether it will clear things up for him and give him closure on it. Maybe it’ll have the opposite effect if anything.

Should we be worried about more death this season?
DE CAESTECKER: Yeah.
HENSTRIDGE: Yeah, for sure.
DE CAESTECKER: You should be very worried.

What can you tease of the ultimate showdown between S.H.I.E.L.D. and Aida in the finale?
HENSTRIDGE: Aida’s given everything to be human, and she’s gone through so much. She’s been treated, in her perspective, terribly. She was treated like a machine, she was locked in a cupboard, she wasn’t asked her opinion on anything, and so she’s traveled so far to get to this point of being human, she’s not going to let that go without a fight. She’s made it so that she’s very well equipped for any sort of battle that’s coming her way. So, for her, there’s everything at stake.

What are Fitz and Simmons, in particular, facing in the finale?
DE CAESTECKER: Each other, literally and metaphorically.
HENSTRIDGE: Right, and they’ve got to find a way to work together. They have so much stuff going on that they have to be able to communicate to try to fix this issue. That’s what they’re struggling with, particularly for Fitz; he needs a good solid month in therapy, but he doesn’t have it. He’s going to come out and all of a sudden have to figure out some incredible way to of how to save the world again. He’s just been through a traumatic event. So, it’s just like one minute at a time at this point.

You’re heading into next week’s finale not knowing if the show’s going to be renewed. Do you feel like the finale gives closure, or are you guys charging head-on into a potential fifth season?
DE CAESTECKER: You can always see more. Even when the show ultimately does end, there’s always still stories to be told, so.
HENSTRIDGE: Yeah, we haven’t had our wedding scene, we’ve not had a birth scene.

Wow, that would be quick!
HENSTRIDGE: Oh, yeah. You know, there’s just a lot that can happen. Maybe that’s what season 5 is, just like the domestic bliss.
DE CAESTECKER: I’d love to see a kid in the show. That’d be great, wouldn’t it?
HENSTRIDGE: Yeah.
DE CAESTECKER: Like you doing all your lab stuff and whipping up kids.

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May 4, 2017

***SPOILER ALERT: Don’t listen in if you haven’t seen the most recent episode of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”!***

In the latest episode of “This Week in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” we chat with actor Iain de Caestecker about Leopold Fitz taking on the role of Head of HYRDA in the Framework.

Download episode #61 of “This Week in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” from Marvel.com!


April 23, 2017



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