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‘Agents of SHIELD’ Showrunners Tease MCU Crossover in the Final Season

‘Agents of SHIELD’ Showrunners Tease MCU Crossover in the Final Season. The show runners for the hit series Agents of SHIELD teased something big is coming to the series in Season 7. The big tease came from an interview with Deadline about the final season and the show runners, Jefffrey Bell, Jed Whedon, and Jeph Loeb were asked about the potential for any MCU crossover for the series to which all three responded: “We’re going to bump into something,” Jed Whedon teased. “Yeah, we’ll bump into something,” Jeph Loeb shared with a laugh. “Something will definitely happen,” Jeffrey Bell replied.

“Part of making a show is a puzzle and part of it is a game and you’re working with people that you’ve known for a long time to try to create something good. Then, when you come to the end there is a bit of a pressure that you want to get that right. Here, I think it’s safe to say that all of us we feel like the audience will feel the thing we wanted them to feel in the end and will feel satisfied with the ending,” Whedon explained. “I also think that the emotion of having a last season and knowing it’s the end is heavy. I think that that carries into the episodes and carries into the storyline and the performances, and all of it. So, we’re happy with it and we’re actually happy to revisit it as we watch it, because we finished it a while ago,” Whedon added with a laugh.

Though all three refrained from sharing too much about what said crossover may be this has Marvel fans chomping at the bit to know: “Who or what will we see in the pending crossover?” With the clear use of time travel in the series and films truly, the possibilities are endless. We could be introduced to a new face that is set to appear in the films or Disney+ Marvel Series currently in the works, or we may see a veteran character appear and catch the team off guard. Personally, my vote is a young Steve Rogers (Captain America) before the super soldier serum and a young Bucky Barnes, but that remains to be seen.

We are already aware of several appearances such as Patton Oswalt’s return to the series, Enver Gjokaj reprising his role as Daniel Sousa from sister series Agent Carter, and more cameos are expected in the future according to series star Chloe Bennet (Daisy Johnson).

We can’t wait to see who and/or what is in store for the team in Season 7, but we are sad to see the series ending after a successful run on ABC. What do you think the big twist is? Which characters would you like to see appear in the series? We would love to hear your theories and thoughts in the comments.

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