It didn't take long for the Ghost Rider to encounter some resistance, which came in the form of Chloe Bennet's Daisy "Skye" Johnson. While Ghost Rider was the most anticipated part of the Marvel's Agents of SHIELD premiere, fans also noticed some effects of the show's new time slot, namely the presence of more skin.
In an interview with ComicBook.com's Brandon Davis at New York Comic-Con, Bennet was asked about the changes to the show courtesy of the new time slot, and Bennett revealed that fans only saw a fraction of the footage that was shot for her nude scene.
"Well the first episode I was like, very naked for the beginning, um, we shot way more than that, which didn't show up on screen. I think, I don't know where that went, but someone's very happy." After Davis glanced at the camera, Bennet added: "You look very suspicious."
Though in truth, Bennet might've' taken the footage. After Davis said "We've got to find those files", Bennet replied "Yeah, we do. I have them. I shot them for myself."
While the later time does allow for more mature storylines and themes, it also allows the directors more leeway in their fight scenes, and Bennet's fight with Gabriel Luna's Ghost Rider didn't disappoint.
"Yeah that was really fun, we had, the first week we had like a really big, our big fight at the end of the first episode. You know he was new, we were new, we were feeling each other out and it was good. We had a really big intense fight and it was in this crazy junkyard thing, and they're like "we cleaned it for you", and it was still just like, there were needles and stuff, and they were like "just don't fall", and it was very disgusting, but it was really fun and he was so great and he was fun to fight."
You can view the entire interview in the clip above.
Marvel's Agents of SHIELD airs on ABC Tuesdays at 9 p.m.