A new Secret Invasion Disney+ spot may have teased a possible appearance by a major Agents of SHIELD character. Secret Invasion has a stellar cast, but many are expecting that the Disney+ series will be filled with cameos after Marvel Studios described it as the MCU’s “crossover event” on the small screen Gambling Hawaii Beach Clothing Shirt One of the highly-talked-about potential cameos in Secret Invasion is the possible inclusion of Agents of SHIELD characters. While Chloe Bennet, who played Daisy Johnson in ABC’s Marvel series, recently debunked rumors of her being involved in the MCU series, there is still non-ending speculation about Agent Coulson’s team being incorporated into the post-Avengers: Endgame timeline.
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As Tony Stark once said in The Avengers, Nick Fury’s secrets have secrets, and one could be Melinda May.While the debate continues whether or not Agents of SHIELD is canon to the MCU, Charlie Cox’s appearance as Daredevil in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law proved that past characters from adjacent Marvel series could be incorporated into the wider universe Gambling Hawaii Beach Clothing Shirt Fury’s mention of a Cavalry in the latest Secret Invasion promo might’ve not been coincidental, considering that he needs backup now that the Skrulls have infiltrated Earth. Using May as a backup makes sense, mainly because she could be one of Fury’s agents hiding for such a moment as this one (and Fury is always known to have a backup plan). Interestingly, the Marvel series already established that Fury and May have a secret connection, with the SHIELD director assigning the Cavalry to secretly assemble Coulson’s team. It’s also possible that May is not alone when Fury calls him in, opening the doors for other Agents of SHIELD mainstays (Coulson, Daisy Johnson, Fitz & Simmons, etc.) to appear in Secret Invasion. In fact, Elizabeth Henstridge, who portrays Jemma Simmons in the ABC series, recently emphasized she’s “open to reprising the role” down the line.
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