— Hayley Atwell (@HayleyAtwell) November 7, 2015
The cast & crew of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” reflect on the series’ first 50 episodes and share their favorite moments from working on the show so far
I’ve finished renovating the photo gallery and have added over 1,200 photos to the gallery and replaced hundreds of medium quality images with high quality images. Everything from public appearances, magazine scans, photo sessions, screencaps, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D related images have been added and/or replaced. The gallery is pretty much up to date so head on over to the gallery and check out all the goodies. Huge thanks to the follow individuals for their donations: Victoria, Alikat, Far Far Away Site, Skyeler, and Louisa.
Your eyes have not deceived you. There is a new design on the site and I personally love it. It was designed by myself and my bestie Victoria who was also the founder of this site. Anyhow, I hope you like the new design. I will be updating the gallery tomorrow with a matching design.
I’ve been working on getting the gallery up to date. I’ve added nearly 5,000 photos to the gallery and am in the middle of replacing hundreds of MQ photos to HQ photos as well as adding many missing photos from past events in general. Please check back as I will post when I have completed this (time consuming, tedious) task of image replacements. I’ll also be adding tons of missing photo sessions and magazine scans that I have sitting on my computer and waiting to be sorted.
Thanks for being patient as I get the site completely up to date within the week and most of all, thanks for visiting and supporting Chloe!
#TeamCarter brought in more than $79,000 for the Stomp Out Bullying! organization.
“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” carried a nearly $5,000 advantage over their “Agent Carter” competitors for much of the Dubsmah Wars for Charity. But in the closing hours of the lip sync battle, #TeamCarter took a commanding lead over #TeamSHIELD.
Hayley Atwell and James D’Arcy’s team earned a total of $79,673 to benefit Stomp Out Bullying! while Chloe Bennet, Clark Gregg and their “S.H.I.E.L.D.” co-stars raked in $75,182 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
“The REAL winners tonight are @StJude and @STOMPOutBullyng it’s been a bizarre and hilarious experience! Thank you for your amazing support x,” Atwell tweeted.
The Dubsmash Wars began innocently at San Diego Comic Con in July. The Marvel TV casts exchanged videos lip-syncing songs like “It Takes Two,” “B—h Better Have My Money” and “Love Shack.”
#TeamCarter kicked off the three-round Dubsmash Wars for Charity on CrowdRise with Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” featuring Miss Piggy. Bennet and Gregg recruited their co-stars Adrianne Palicki and Patton Oswald for their first round video of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball.”
Atwell and D’Arcy made things personal in round two when they sang The Kinks’ “Lola” sitting in Gregg’s character Phil Coulson’s most-prized possession – his red 1962 Corvette named Lola with Marvel Comics’ head honcho Stan Lee.
#TeamSHIELD didn’t take the bait, instead calling on superheroes not owned by Marvel Studios (i.e. Batman and Deadpool) to sing War’s “Why Can’t We Be Friends.” They also invited “Supergirl” star Melissa Benoist for the video to bury the hatchet on the superhero rivalry.
In the final round, each team brought together the entire cast and crew for both their ABC shows to sing “Everything Is Awesome” (#TeamCarter) and “I’ve Got the Power (#TeamSHIELD).
Fans voted for their favorite team by donating $1 to the videos they liked most. Each $1 donation gave participants the chance to win a grand prize trip to Hollywood to meet Atwell, D’Arcy, Bennet and Gregg.