The dividing lines are being drawn for 2016's Captain America: Civil War, and now Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. actress Chloe Bennet has come out with which side her character, Daisy "Quake" Johnson, would choose.
"I think Cap," Bennet told ComicBook. "Not just because it's Chris Evans, I think it would be Cap because, I mean, that just makes the most sense. Iron Man is not really for her, you know? I think Daisy's behavior up to this point, and where she’s been means she would go with Cap.”
Given the events of the most recent season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and how Evans has described the differing viewpoints in Captain America: Civil War, Bennet's stance certainly falls in line with how her character has been written.
There's no word if Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will tie-in to Captain America: Civil War, but the ABC series' full seasons run into mid-May typically, which would be after that next Marvel film debuts.
Why Marvel Chose TV for DAREDEVIL Reboot
Drew Goddard is currently doing the press rounds promoting The Martian, but he continues to get questions about his work on superhero films -- most notably the cancelled Sinister Six movie and his preliminary work on Daredevil. And in an interview with IGN, the former Angel writer reveals just how Marvel came to decide to reboot Daredevil as a television series and not a movie as had been done before.
I went into Marvel and talked to them about making it as a movie a couple of years ago, long after the [Ben] Affleck movie,” the writer/director said. “But what we all sort of realized is that, this movie doesn’t want to cost $200 million. The thing about Matt Murdock is, he’s not saving the world. He’s just keeping his corner clean. So it would feel wrong to have spaceships crashing in the middle of the city. But because of that, Marvel on the movie side is not in the business of making $25 million movies. They’re going big, as they should."
Goddard went on to explain that doing it on Netflix as opposed to film allowed them to do harsher "rated R" material.
"It felt that we’d have more freedom to make it on the small screen and make it more adult. Look, if we took the Netflix [show] and put it in theatres, it’s rated R. And they’re not doing R-rated movies. And we also got to really explore the character. I feel like Netflix was the best possible home for that, otherwise you’d end up with a watered down version.”
New Wasp Design For Marvel Cinematic Universe
Andy Park is one of Marvel Studios' primary concept artists, and he just posted on Twitter several unused designs for the Wasp from Ant-Man. Take a look: