Points for making an entrance in style.
“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” star Clark Gregg makes an appearance on “Good Morning America” in New York City.
We honestly can’t look at anything here and criticize it, but we still want to strip this man down and re-dress him from the ground up to his best benefit. In other words, this is serviceably fine but it’s pretty standard and it’s helped a great deal by the fact that he’s cute.
Still, it’s a beautiful suit and he was on-the-ball enough to button it as soon as he got out of the car, knowing there were pictures being taken. We just wish he’d do up one more button on the shirt. The frames look great on him.
Anyone catch his show, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” last night? Like pretty much all Whedon joints, the pilot was rough but showed a lot of promise. The main issue with the show is the blandness factor running through most of the cast, with the exception of Clark and Ming-Na Wen. But Whedon has a knack for putting casts together, and some of his best shows started off with a bunch of blandly pretty people who originally looked like they had no personalities. Given time to breathe and stretch – as all Whedon shows should – we think they can iron out any cast or character issues. The storytelling was tight and the basic premise is strong. We think it’d be a lot more fun if it was on at a later hour, but that’s just fanboy talk on our parts.
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