Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Gets Ready For Comic-Con: New Character Video, Teaser Pics, And The Composer Is Announced
We know that ABC and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will have a big presence at this week’s Comic-Con. The show will have its own panel clocking in at well over an hour long. People are betting good money that the pilot episode will be shown to those in attendance since the series hasn’t premiered yet and it has such a lengthy presentation in store. While we’ll have to wait to see if that’s true, we don’t have to wait to get some new S.H.I.E.L.D. goodies.
A new character video was released late this evening by the Huffington Post showcases the brother/sister team of Agents Fitz and Simmons, played by Ian De Caestecker and Elizabeth Henstridge respectively. This is a little different than the previous video we got last week of Brett Dalton‘s Agent Grant Ward, but it gives us a great look at what kind of character types Fitz and Simmons will be filling on the show. At the bottom of the article you can see the video as well as two pics of the characters released on the show’s official Facebook page.
While we’re still waiting to see just what S.H.I.E.L.D. will declassify during their panel later this week, the official Twitter account teased the dossier of secrets they’ll be bringing to the big show. This is Security Level 7 stuff, so there’s bound to be something amazing in there.
And the final bit of S.H.I.E.L.D. news relates to the music we’ll be hearing as Coulson kicks butt. The show has announced, through EW, the man who will be composing its music will be Bear McCreary. They’ll be more about that when he is officially announced with more fanfare later this week. McCreary‘s name should sound pretty familiar to you. He has scored many things, but you probably know him best for his work on The Walking Dead. He’s the man responsible for the show’s unsettling opening theme. You can read EW’s full interview with the composer by clicking here. So there’s a little taste of the show to hold you over until the panel later this week. What do you think? Stay tuned to CBT for all the latest Comic-Con news.
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