‘Agents Of SHIELD’ Star Chloe Bennet Debunks ‘Secret Invasion’ Rumors

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‘Agents Of SHIELD’ Star Chloe Bennet Debunks ‘Secret Invasion’ Rumors

Agent of SHIELD star Chloe Bennet says her character Daisy Johnson won’t be popping up in Marvel’s Secret Invasion series.

One of the most highly anticipated shows coming out of Marvel’s upcoming serialized slate is Secret Invasion. An adaption of the hit comic series, the Disney Plus show will see Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn’s Talos sniffing out the Skrulls who have invaded planet Earth. Marvel has also assembled an all-star A-list cast to round out the series, with Emilia Clarke, Olivia Coleman, and Kingsley Ben-Adir joining in undisclosed roles.

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Rumors have suggested that Agents of SHIELD fan-favorite Chloe Bennet would be reprising her role as Daisy Johnson for the Disney Plus series. Unfortunately, Bennet debunked the rumors whilst speaking to fans in a series of Instagram Stories.

“So, ooh, I have avoided kind of saying anything like this in general on social media or whatever because I thought it would maybe just kind of blow over, but it has not. I am in no way attached or involved at all or a little bit in the Secret Invasion Marvel thing. I honestly don’t even know what that is.”

“I am only coming on here to say this because it’s gotten to the point where every day, I’m getting hundreds of messages about this, and it seems to be the only thing people…I am now getting approached in person, today it was in the tampon aisle at Target, a little inappropriate. So, I figured I just would clear the air. I have no involvement in that.”

Well, that clears the air. Chloe Bennet’s announcement seems wholly sincere so we won’t entertain the idea that she’s playing coy about her involvement. While it’s disappointing that Daisy Johnson won’t be popping up in Secret Invasion, it just goes to show how many fans want to see the Agents of SHIELD characters folded into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Agent Coulson star Clark Gregg recently said that he believes the ABC series is canon to the MCU.

Emilia Clarke Hopes Her ‘Secret Invasion’ Character Sticks Around In MCU

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD starred Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Iain De Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley and Jeff Ward. The series was co-created by Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon & Maurissa Tancharoen, who also serve as executive producers along with Jeffrey Bell and Jeph Loeb. The series was produced by ABC Studios and Marvel Television for ABC.

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Andrew Garfield Explains Why He Plays So Many Religious Characters

It's been five years since Andrew Garfield delivered his powerhouse performances in the religious double feature of "Silence" and "Hacksaw Ridge." These two films came from Martin Scorsese and Mel Gibson, both Catholic directors who have helmed other films about the life of Christ. Yet now — over and above his collaborations with these two filmmakers — Garfield finds himself lining up other projects that deal with religious subject matter. One of those is "Under the Banner of Heaven," a Mormon murder mystery bound for FX on Hulu. The other is "The Eyes of Tammy Faye," which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and is in theaters now. While... The post Andrew Garfield Explains Why He Plays So Many Religious Characters appeared first on /Film.

Andrew Garfield Explains Why He Plays So Many Religious Characters

It's been five years since Andrew Garfield delivered his powerhouse performances in the religious double feature of "Silence" and "Hacksaw Ridge." These two films came from Martin Scorsese and Mel Gibson, both Catholic directors who have helmed other films about the life of Christ. Yet now — over and above his collaborations with these two filmmakers — Garfield finds himself lining up other projects that deal with religious subject matter.

One of those is "Under the Banner of Heaven," a Mormon murder mystery bound for FX on Hulu. The other is "The Eyes of Tammy Faye," which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and is in theaters now.

While promoting "The Eyes of Tammy Faye," Garfield spoke with Collider about what draws him to characters who are "defined by their faith or loss of it." Here is what he said:

"It's mysterious, isn't it? We are drawn to what we're drawn to and we love what we love. So, for me, I guess I have this endless curiosity towards, you know, the spiritual dimension of being alive. You know, the fact that we're all going to die. That fascinates me. And how do we get ready for that? Because it's coming."And that's what spirituality is for me, I think. It's a kind of awareness of the finite nature of being here. And making sense and meaning out of it while we are here. And where do the main world religions get it right? Where do they go astray? Obviously, in this film, there's a lot of going astray. There's a lot of delusion and a misinterpretation of the gospel of Christianity, specifically."

'Life And Death ... And What's More Vital?'

Storytellers often talk about raising the stakes, and for Garfield part of the appeal of revisiting spiritual territory seems to be tied to that, since there are ultimately no greater stakes than life and death. He continued:

"For me, it's a very fertile ground that is endlessly interesting. Because if you're dealing with spirituality, if you're dealing with faith, then you're really dealing with life and death. And what's more vital? What's a greater question?"

In "Silence" Garfield plays a Jesuit missionary in 17th-century Japan, and in "Hacksaw Ridge" he plays a Seventh-day Adventist who becomes a World War II hero while serving as a medic. "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" sees him playing televangelist Jim Bakker, who was convicted of fraud and imprisoned in the late 1980s.

These roles and his upcoming one in "Under the Banner of Heaven" traverse different time periods and center on religious characters who are both upright and unscrupulous. However, they're united by Garfield's recurring interest in matters of faith on film.

I don't know Garfield's religious persuasion or if he even has one, but back in 2016, Amy Adams — who comes from a Mormon background herself — did an artist-on-artist interview with him for Variety, where they touched on some of the same questions as Collider. Discussing his year-long preparation for "Silence," which included not only growing a beard but also undergoing guided spiritual meditation from Jesuit consultant Father James Martin, Garfield admitted that he went Method to the point of feeling like a Christian himself:

"You imagine yourself into the life of Christ, enough so that ... I have an actual relationship to Jesus ... I say that with an awareness of the weirdness of it."

Say what you will about religion, but that's some serious dedication for an actor.

Read this next: The Eyes Of Tammy Faye Review: Jessica Chastain Shines In An Otherwise Muddled Movie [TIFF 2021]

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