AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 Set Video Might Confirm a Plot Rumor

     August 14, 2014


Admittedly, I gave up on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. four episodes in so have little to no clue about what went down towards the end of season 1, but apparently something popped up to make viewers think that a new element of the Marvel Universe could be joining the show.  In fact, someone shot a video of the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2 set and caught a glimpse of a certain something that could prove the rumors true.

Hit the jump to check out the video for yourself.  Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is making its way back to ABC for season two on Tuesday, September 23rd at 9pm and stars Clark Gregg, Chloe Bennet, Brett Dalton, Ming-Na Wen, Iain De Caestecker and Elizabeth HenstridgeWarning! There are plot spoilers in this article.

The video comes from The Project Work Bench (via CBM) and features some narration that highlights:

“For almost the entire day they were filming this little sequence that happens out here, which I found out, that guy sitting on a park bench is a Kree or is part Kree … and someone is trying to kill him.”

A little later on, around the 6:20-mark, we get a shot of that guy who was sitting on the park bench preparing for an actual take, rocking a light blue arm.  Take a look for yourself in the video below:

 Here’s a little Kree 101 from Marvel:

“The Kree is an extraterrestrial humanoid race who have created a vast empire in the Greater Magellanic Cloud and have, on certain occasions, trafficked with the beings of Earth. The Kree race began on the planet Hala in the Pama system long before the first mammals appeared on Earth. The original Kree had blue-colored skin (later generations interbred with genetically-compatible aliens to produce the pink-skinned second race). Outwardly humanoid to a large degree, Kree bodies are adapted to environmental characteristics on Hala that are un-Earth-like: notably, higher gravity and higher nitrogen content in the atmosphere. Although the Kree cannot breathe Earth’s atmosphere without special apparatus, their denser bodies afford them about twice the average human being’s strength and endurance. Despite their physical superiority and relatively advanced technology, the Kree race has reached the pinnacle of their evolutionary development.”


  • Sarah Leathe

    The first 9 episodes of AoS were pretty meh, but after that it really starts to get better, and once you hit the Winter Soldier crossover, it’s an entirely different show. I highly recommend it.

    • Guest

      The Winter Soldier crossover was exactly what I wanted the show to be from the beginning, ’24′ with a Marvel sauce. After that it remained pretty good but that episode was the best by far.

      • cruzzercruz

        They really had their hands tied, knowing what Winter Solider would unveil and having to wait until its release date to actual align with their episodes before kicking into gear with the aftermath.

    • Kyle Chandler

      I was really hard to root for SHIELD at the beginning of the show (wooh! I believe in you, giant bureaucracy with unlimited resources!), but the winter soldier changed all of that. Reminds me of how Angel started out as a pretty basic supernatural private detective show, but by the end they were managing a demonic law firm. I like big turns like that as long as they’re interesting.

      Looking forward to season 2!

      • Polarboy

        The final season of Angel was top quality and had the distinction of being one of the only shows that’s final season was arguably the best.

      • Kyle Chandler

        They kept reinventing that show and doing such a damn good job of it. I remember being pretty shocked it didn’t get renewed, especially when it was firing on all cylinders.

      • Polarboy

        I’m not sure but I think it may have had something to do with the cost of the show not quite matching the ratings it brought in. Also I think Weadon had some pretty budget heavy ideas for season 6 if it had of happened.

      • Kyle Chandler

        Angel did say he wanted to fight a dragon…

      • Polarboy

        Yeah I actually read some of the comics that were based on Weadon’s plans for season 6 and the dragon -spoiler- becomes Angel’s pet and all of Los Angeles is sucked into a hell dimension. So yeah it seemed like it would have been a very effects heavy season and subsequently very expensive.

      • Kyle Chandler

        Read: awesome.

      • Polarboy

        Yeah if you are interested I’m sure you can find the issues somewhere, wink, wink, you’ll need CDDisplay to read comic files if you aren’t familiar with it. It is a very small and easy to use reader software used for displaying downloaded comics.

      • Kyle Chandler

        I’ll definitely check it out! Thanks, man.

    • zillabeast

      This! If you started the series in the episode Bill Paxton debuted, you’d probably be just fine going from there without any of the backstory that came prior. Those first 10 or so weeks were pretty cheesy compared to the level they took it to with Winter Solider’s released. Still, as ‘meh’ as the first couple of the months were, it did help us get attached to the characters a bit, which provided a little extra punch once everything hits the fan.

  • Drew

    Brett Dalton is the actor; ‘Grant Ward’ is the character….

  • sawyersolo

    obviously the humanoid from which coulson was reborn was kree


    yeah that looks like a kree, and the red jacket certainly looks like a ravager jacket. it would be cool if yondu and his gang showed up on earth looking to collect a bounty and went up against the agents

  • Bob

    The fact that you stopped watching after 4 episodes should have disqualified you from writing this article. I prefer reading material by someone who has knowledge of the subject matter.

    • Littertray

      But for some strange reason nowdays, more and more articles are being written by people that start the article stating they haven’t watched/read/have any idea about anything to do with the article. Starting to get anoying.