Why Clark Gregg Wasn’t in MCU’s 10-Year Class Photo

Busy repping Agents of SHIELD in New York.

Clark Gregg has revealed why he wasn’t in the photo celebrating 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Earlier this week, Marvel Studios released a 10-year class photo that includes a bunch of actors and filmmakers who’ve been involved in the MCU. Gregg, however, couldn’t make it because he was busy at New York Comic-Con.

The Phil Coulson actor replied to Marvel Studios’ 10-year class photo post on Twitter, explaining why he wasn’t there. “So sad I couldn’t make this shoot. Honored to be part of MCU. I was proudly repping [Agents of SHIELD] at [Madison Square Garden] for [NY Comic-Con],” he said.

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Gregg and his Agents of SHIELD co-stars at NY Comic-Con, via Twitter

Marvel Studios also released a video celebrating the MCU’s 10-year anniversary, which you can watch right here.

Gregg made his MCU debut as Coulson in Iron Man, and reprised his role in Iron Man 2, Thor, and The Avengers. Ever since, he has starred as the character in the ABC series Agents of SHIELD, and directed his own “mini-Marvel movie” in an episode of the show that aired last month.

Alex Osborn is a freelance writer for IGN. Find him on Twitter at @alexcosborn.

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