Agents of SHIELD's Brett Dalton Has 'No Regrets' About Grant Ward
What They Become" is the tenth episode of the second season of the American television is joined by principal cast members Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennet, Iain De Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, and Nick Blood. Skye follows Raina into the city, and Coulson follows her soon after, against May's advice. 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Chloe Bennet and Brett Dalton talk about the BENNET: I think with any relationship, if you work together and you're. Actors Brett Dalton & Chloe Bennet hint at what's in store for two of the Chloe Bennet: I think with any relationship, if you work together and.
I think it has gone without being said, a little bit. That's how I have been playing it. On shooting that creepy Hive goo scene: I was all for it, up until -- I was all for it.
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You know, I'm a good sport about all these things. On paper, you're like, 'That's awesome! So there were three ones. There was one that was really slippery, one that was kind of thick.
Anyway, it spreads a lot. So what I ended up having to do is they put a bucket of this stuff on me and immediately I wanted to be in my trailer. How long did it take to get off?chloe & brett - you're my sweetheart
Did it get up your butt? It got everywhere you'd imagine goo would go.
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It got everywhere, it was crazy. And it took forever to wash off. And what I was going to say with that is, I was in the middle of this pool, and they can't help me out, so I'm putting this stuff on my head and my body, and it's going too quickly or not quickly enough -- it wasn't just something that was one of those inconvenient things. This was as close to a nightmare as I've had on this set. But I'm glad that it came off well.
On the prospects for Daisy's Secret Warriors teammates: I think it's really just about being wary about who she picks for this team. Obviously, they have a few trust issues with some people.
Doesn't seem to affect you hooking up with Lincoln! We were on a break! I'm just a guy, standing in front of a girl Murdering her friends and family!
Telling her how much I love her. I think it just makes it harder to find people who are going to be able to fit the team vibe, the stress levels, and want to have the same mission that S.
But these [actors], they're happy, I'm like, 'I can't wait for the next frickin' table read,' because we've got 22 episodes a season to fill. They're not going to stay -- I'm a little nervous about certain relationships. Daisy starts forming her own little team, and she kind of becomes the leader of her own little team, and Coulson is obviously the director of S.
It's the same reason Mack and Daisy are partners: He was like, 'What is going on?
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Yeah, he's Dana Scully and you're Fox Mulder. Exactly, so to put him with someone who is Inhuman, I thought, was a great move on the writers' part and also a great way to balance out opinions and keep both of them in check. And I'd like to think that both Coulson and Daisy know that. But I think the loyalty, overall, isn't necessarily to S. And I think from the beginning it's really about their connection, and that's why she's really a part of S.
And I think that's what she believes in: On reinventing Dalton's performance as Ward for a third time with this new context: I just keep going back to how lucky I am that I've had the chance to play three separate characters, essentially, on as many seasons of our show. I don't know what's happening fourth season, but we imagine it's either a dinosaur or a robot.
What did we say yesterday? A robot dinosaur is what he'll be playing next year. I mean, the good news is that the writers have infinite faith in my abilities, which is great.
Well, as they should, because you've really done a great job. You know, we get attached to your character and you really feel for who you're playing because you're with them so much of the time. And you've done such a good job of reinventing him and taking on the mannerisms of each new version of Ward. This one was an opportunity that I really wanted to take to kind of reinvent the character because he -- as I've said before, this is a conversation with the writers, and this is a comic book character that has existed in the comic before.
So this is kind of an ongoing conversation. It's our version of Hive. The series also boasted considerable guest talent, particularly in the casting of its many, many archrivals for the Bat.
This was especially the case when Julie Newmar recurred as the feline foe in the series' first two seasons.
Although the chemistry between West and Newmar was pitch perfect and represented the best of what a BatCat dynamic should be, the tension only continued when Newmar was unable to continue the role and Eartha Kitt took her place for the series' third season. Chloe and Oliver Smallville Sometimes, surprising romantic relationships are introduced as a result of a connection and chemistry that the writers hadn't originally anticipated being there.
However, in other cases, relationships feel as though they were created purely because of the need to pair off all the main characters in a romantic relationship before the series is over. Chloe was always clearly a poor man's version of Lois Lane. Her character may have served a purpose at one point, prior to Lois's introduction, but from season 4 onward, the show never seemed to know what to do with her.
So, five and a half years later, they somehow decided to pair her with Oliver Queen-- because why not. Peggy and Daniel Agent Carter The short-lived but beloved series Agent Carter had a difficult task on its hands from day one: Amazingly enough, the series succeeded in the seemingly unthinkable, crafting a love interest for Peggy who may have been even better a man than the golden boy Captain America was.
Daniel Sousa was Peggy's foil and perfect match in every way. He was compassionate and kind but damaged and strong with a secret history of his own that he shared with her piece by piece. Furthering the value of their already wonderfully healthy relationship, the romantic pairing of the two characters offered a rare depiction of a romance featuring a character with a physical disability. For a show as progressive as Agent Carter, given its unabashedly feminist message, that really does say a great deal about what superhero stories can do.
Every single couple Supergirl Sometimes, a series just never really figures out what to do with any of its characters in the romance department. Kara's love interest prospects have all been terribly flawed: For James, it's also failed in finding him a suitable non-Kara partner. No matter how wonderfully handled and acted Alex Danvers' coming out story may have been, the relationship between Alex and Maggie was doomed from the start, primarily because of how not great a person Maggie revealed herself to be time and again from the start.
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