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Blindspot: First look at Luke Mitchell’s ‘unpredictable’ character

Aug 18, 2016
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Luke Mitchell will make his Blindspot debut in the second season premiere — and EW has an exclusive first look. The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. alum will play Roman, a member of the shadowy organization that sent Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) to the FBI. Roman is also a familiar face from Jane’s past — a flashback to her childhood in season 1 featured a boy with a scar on his face.


“He’s very, very, very protective of Jane, extremely protective of Jane,” Alexander tells EW. “He’s unpredictable, which is a really great character to play. [Luke] is fantastic, he’s just absolutely fantastic. He’s a cool, great guy, great actor, just nails that character. He’s such a great addition to the cast.”

Source: EW.com

Blindspot: Season 2 Promotional Photo

Jul 26, 2016
Written by Angela /

After the big news that Luke will be a series regular in the upcoming season of NBC’s Blindspot, I’ve added a promotional shot of Luke as Roman into the gallery. I’m really digging the beard and gnarly face scar, what about you?

Blindspot adds Luke Mitchell, Michelle Hurd in season 2

Jul 23, 2016
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Luke Mitchell and Michelle Hurd have joined the cast of Blindspot as new series regulars in season 2, EW has learned.

Hurd, an original Law & Order: SVU cast member whose recent credits include Daredevil and Hawaii Five-0, will play another member of the shadowy organization that sent Jane to the FBI.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Mitchell, whose character was recently killed off the ABC super series, will play Roman, also a member of the organization. Roman’s name was mentioned in the finale as a contact Jane was supposed to connect with, and he’s been teased on the show before — he appeared in Jane’s flashback to her childhood, in which we saw a boy with a scar on his face.

Source: EW.com

Luke attends the MCM London Comic Con

May 29, 2016
Written by Angela /

23 high quality photos of Luke and his former Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D co-stars at the MCM London Comic Con have been added into the gallery.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D: 3×20, 3×21 & 3×22 Captures Added

May 24, 2016
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500 high quality screen captures of Luke from the 20th, 21st & 22nd episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D have been added into the gallery.

Entertainment Weekly: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Fallen Agent speaks out on that death

May 18, 2016
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It’s the moment Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. fans have been dreading since the flash forward in the midseason finale revealed that someone would die in a space-bound quinjet. After a game of hot potato of death, the two-hour season finale revealed that the Fallen Agent is Lincoln (Luke Mitchell), who sacrificed himself to save both Daisy (Chloe Bennet) and the world, as Hive planned to turn humanity into swayed Inhumans, a.k.a. Primitives. EW hit the set on Mitchell’s final day of production to get his take on leaving S.H.I.E.L.D.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Did you get an early sense that Lincoln would get killed off?
When they had initially revealed that someone is going to die, I was like, “That’s a really cool twist.” Part of me was like, “But it’ll probably end up being [someone random].” Then I was like, “Actually, no, maybe it is going to be something big.” That would be a really cool season-ending thing if it was one of the main cast, because that hasn’t really happened. Ward kind of died, but Brett stayed on the show, therefore you’re not losing an actor. Then I was like, “Well, they’re not going to kill off any of the originals. That’s the show. That’s what the core of the show is.”

Then I started thinking about the peripherals around the core members, which I consider myself to be one of the peripheral characters because I came in late in the game. I was like, “Well, they’re not going to kill Yo-Yo because that would be too obvious because it’s her necklace. She’s awesome and she’s a comic book character who they’ve just introduced and barely used.” Then I was like, “Joey, would they kill Joey off? He’s not a comic book character. No, he’s Latino and he’s gay, they better not kill him off.” Then all of a sudden I’m like, “I think it could be me, straight white guy.” It was a really funny thing. Early on, before I knew knew, I started to get a feeling that it could be me. To be perfectly honest, all things considered, I think it’s the right choice. Dramatically, it’s really interesting. I take my hat off to them for killing the straight white guy. There’s been so much talk about killing off gay characters or killing off minority characters. We have such diversity on our show, which is terrific. When it was me, I was like, “touché.” Obviously I’m very sad to be saying goodbye, but I think it’s good for the story.

Is there some solace at least that he gets to go out like a hero?
Sure. If you’re going to die, I couldn’t have written a better ending for the character. Yeah, there’s a little bit of, “Cool. Save the girl. Save the world. Great.” Knowing what Daisy has seen [in the prophecy], then going, well, “It’s me or her, and I’m not having it be her.” He doesn’t want to be in that position. He’s not suicidal. He’s f—ing scared, even after the events take place and he’s in the quinjet with Hive. He’s terrified, but he knows he’s made the right decision, because if Daisy had sacrificed herself, I’m not sure he’d be able to live with himself. But, yeah, still sad. As an actor, when you step into a character’s shoes, you really live and breathe this character, and you try to flesh it out as much as you can with the writing that you’ve been given and the limited information about future episodes. You start to see all the possibilities. You start seeing this just grow and build, so from that point of view, I was initially sad, because I was like, “There was more to mine with the character.” I would’ve had fun continuing this journey going into the next season. But now taking a step back, in hindsight, it’s absolutely the right choice.

CBR: Luke Mitchell says Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D “Will Never Be the Same” after the Season Finale

May 13, 2016
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In the two-hour “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” finale, the fate of the world is at stake. Following her rescue from Hive’s influence, Daisy, S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Secret Warriors must launch an all-out assault against the ancient Inhuman. If they fail to stop his plans, mankind will be transformed into primitive, deformed Inhumans, every last one of them under Hive’s control.

Of course, none of this would be possible if it hadn’t been for Lincoln, Daisy’s erstwhile romantic interest, fellow Inhuman and reluctant S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. The latest episode saw Lincoln, played by Luke Mitchell, dupe the Hive-controlled Daisy into transporting a quinjet to her location. However, rather than greeting her boyfriend when the vehicle arrived, Lash appeared and cured Daisy of her Hive influence. And while Lash was unable achieve his prime mission and take out Hive, Daisy still managed to escape and reunite with Lincoln, Coulson and her teammates. With two episodes left in the season, which air back-to-back on May 17, it’s do or die time for S.H.I.E.L.D. — and, if Daisy’s vision comes true, it’s mostly just time to die for one agent. With many fans picking Lincoln as their favorite to be the finale’s big casualty, CBR News spoke with Mitchell about Lincoln’s place in S.H.I.E.L.D., the importance of him fulfilling his destiny, and whether viewers pegging his character to be killed off are on the right track.

CBR News: Lincoln’s dark past haunted him throughout season, but ultimately, he came clean to Daisy about previous his drinking problems, bad temper and car crash involving his ex-girlfriend. In what ways did that help you understand Lincoln better?
Luke Mitchell:
Any time the writers give you any information about a character’s backstory, it helps you fill in the blanks more. I suppose with Lincoln, the main thing is about addiction and understanding what addiction is. Lincoln is a recovering alcoholic and he has an addictive personality. It’s just delving into what that is and how that can manifest itself.

When we spoke earlier in the season, you talked about how uncomfortable Lincoln feels being a part of S.H.I.E.L.D. As we’ve seen, he’s become a little more used to his situation since then. How much, then, does Coulson’s approval and acceptance mean to Lincoln?

Well, when you spend so long not getting any sort of appreciation, you soak up the small amount you do get. I’ve previously spoken about how as much as Lincoln is in S.H.I.E.L.D. for Daisy, S.H.I.E.L.D. is where he wants to be. He’s just having a hard time of it. When he does get approval, it’s the best thing in the world. “Ahhhh…this is nice. This is different.” In a weird way, he does look up to Coulson. He’s the boss, and certainly the father figure to Daisy. Every boyfriend needs to get approval from the girl’s dad.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D: 3×19 ‘Failed Experiments’ Captures Added

May 04, 2016
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103 high quality screen captures of Luke from Tuesday’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D have been added into the gallery.

Entertainment Weekly: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Does Lincoln have a death wish?

May 04, 2016
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Warning: This story contains spoilers from Tuesday’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Read at your own risk!

With a prophecy promising that one of the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will fall by season’s end, you’d think they’d all be a little more careful, but Tuesday’s episode proved otherwise. In a bid to cure Inhumans of Hive’s sway, Fitz (Iain de Caestecker) and Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) created an antitoxin, but had no actual Inhumans to test it on. Enter Lincoln (Luke Mitchell), who decidedly takes the antitoxin against orders, knowing it could kill him. “He’s taking some huge risks, wearing the murder vest and taking the antitoxin,” Mitchell tells EW. “He’s desperate to get her back. He needs her. Put it this way, if something were to happen to Daisy, I think Lincoln wouldn’t stay in S.H.I.E.L.D. Daisy is his life. He’ll do anything to get her back.

He doesn’t have a death wish,” Mitchell insists. “He makes these decisions, but you still see the fear in him when he does this. It’s not just bravado. He cares about his life. He wants to live, he wants to make something of his life, but he doesn’t see anything without Daisy in the picture. He’ll do whatever he has to do, which makes him dangerous.

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