Clark Gregg of the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." television series teased that the show will have its own version of the main conflict that will be tackled in the upcoming Marvel film "Captain America: Civil War." According to the actor, who plays S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Phil Coulson, the events in the film will certainly have an impact on the progression of the series.
Last week, Super Hero Hype reported that the various cast members of the show revealed that the third "Captain America" movie will have a significant effect on the series. They also noted that the connection between the show and the movie has been going on for some time now due to the introduction of the Inhumans.
According to Gregg, as the series progresses, the characters will become more involved in the division within the Avengers.
"The days are coming where we will need to know exactly where everyone who is Inhuman who has crossed our path are, while we sort out if they're going to be friend or foe," he said according to Hypable. "That's out version of Civil War."
As for his character, the actor said previously, or during the time before everything about S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers became complicated, Coulson would have joined whichever team that Captain America was on.
But now, Coulson's mindset may have changed due to the events he has witnessed and gone through.
"I think Coulson from some of the earlier films especially would have just been, wherever Steve Rogers goes, I'm gonna be there with my cards, and at some point, I'm gonna get them signed," he said."
"But I think what's amazing about doing this character for 70 episodes of television, and putting him at the lead of a no-longer-existing S.H.I.E.L.D. that's hunted around the world is, you get a very different perspective," he added.
Based on Gregg's statements and those of his fellow cast members, it seems the future episodes of the series will become even more intense as the premiere of "Captain America: Civil War" gets nearer, which is scheduled on April 12 at the Dolby Theater. It will officially come out internationally on April 27.