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Clark Gregg Talks His Marvel Future (AVENGERS Spoilers!)

June 3, 2012
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For those who have seen Joss Whedon’s “The Avengers” please read on.

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Clark Gregg’s popular character, S.H.E.I.L.D Agent Phil Coulson, who helped to bridge the gaps between the “Iron Man,” “Iron Man 2” and “Thor” films leading up to the ensemble endeavor “The Avengers” was sadly, killed in the final film.

Fans have been wondering if Gregg’s time in the world of Marvel movies has now come to an end. Many have been rallying to see Gregg continue on as S.H.E.I.L.D’s synthezoid member, the Vision.

In a recent interview with MTV Splashpage Gregg gave his feedback on the notion which he is not entirely convinced would work.


"Vision is cool. But I would hate to be any A.I. life form. If I got to come back, I would need to still be somebody who could wisecrack, because my favorite part of the job was that if anybody was going to tease anybody about their diva superhero outfit or whatever, it would be me."

It will of interest to see if and how Marvel will bring Gregg back into their cinematic fold.

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