‘Agents Of Shield’ Daisy Becomes Quake For All The Wrong Reasons

The season finale of Marvel’s ‘Agents Of Shield’ saw Daisy completely go off the grid and leave Shield to fully embrace her Inhuman nature and become Quake. In a...

The season finale of Marvel’s ‘Agents Of Shield’ saw Daisy completely go off the grid and leave Shield to fully embrace her Inhuman nature and become Quake.

In a recent chat to Hollywood Reporter Chloe Bennet talked a little about this latest development and revealed some insight into what her thoughts are on the change in status.

The fourth season picks Daisy up a good six months after leaving S.H.I.E.L.D. and she is still on the run. But the revelation of her inhuman abilities to the world. Has had the press nick name her Quake.

Over the past few years. Viewers have watched Sky become Daisy and her struggle to come to terms with her inhuman side, but this season will be the first time that we see her fully embrace her superpowers.

“I know the writers were particular about how they wanted to introduce her as Quake,” Bennet tells The the site. “There was another point where they were going to do that earlier on this season but I love the way that they did with the flash forward and the newspaper articles. And I actually read those articles. Someone, I don’t know who, but they actually typed out all of the stories and they were actual articles written about Quake. That was really fun to see.”

When it comes to Daisy leaving S.H.I.E.L.D. and going rogue. Bennet does not think it will last to long.

“I don’t think it will last very long, but we’re on episode three and I’ve had some of the best days I’ve ever had shooting these scenes. I’m doing some of the most crazy stunts I’ve ever done. It’s laced with all this pain and resentment. She’s seeking penance for the loss that she feels responsible for.”

You can read more of this interview with Chloe Bennett here at HR.

Marvel’s ‘Agents Of Shield’ returns to ABC on September 20 At 10pm.

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