This opening clip to Marvel's struggling television series Agents of SHIELD season three finally capitalizes on the very simple premise the show should have had since it's first episode.
New Inhuman, Daisy Johnson, AKA Skye, AKA Quake (all Marvel heroes need three or more names) working with an elite group of operatives to extract and help people as they discover their new powers. It'd be like X-Files meets Quantum Leap, instead of the Hydra-filled soap opera audiences slogged through in season 2.
Fingers crossed that Season 3 can turn it all around.
At this year's San Diego Comic-Con, Hayley Atwell and James D'Arcy from Marvel's Agent Carter challenged Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennet from their sister show Agents of SHIELD to a dubsmash challenge.
Now, they're at it again, lip-syncing their way through popular songs (this time for charity). This time around, Hayley Atwell enlisted Marvel cameo-king, Stan Lee to hit Clark Gregg hard in his show's signature car, Lola.
Let's see what the SHIELD agents can come up with to compete with this low blow.
Chloe Bennet and Clark Gregg (Agents of SHIELD) took on Hayley Atwell and James Darcy (Agent Carter) in an All-Marvel lip sync battle via the app DubSmash. All through out SDCC, these two casts went toe to toe. Atwell/Darcy even found Chloe Bennet's international pop single, but the SHIELD crew came out on top.
Step aside Captain America, this was the real Civil War.
First up, it looks like newest SHIELD members, Bobbi 'Mockingbird' Morse and Lance Hunter are going to heading up their own series. The rumors of an Agents of SHIELD spin-off have been circulating for a while, and bringing the super spy, and her on-again/off-again mercenary husband onboard is a move that will closely link these two series. The question remains, what will Mockingbird and Hunter be doing in their spin-off? Will it have something to do with the fallout coming after Avengers: Age of Ultron?
In other Marvel tv news, the man who wrote the screenplay for 12 Years a Slave, John Ridley, is currently working on a secret Marvel project for ABC. While everyone is being tight-lipped about the project, the rumors have started flying. The most likely being an adaptation of Cloak and Dagger or, even more exciting, Marvel's newest hot commodity Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan). There's no news as to how this will affect Agent Carter, which is on the bubble of cancelation following a decline in ratings.