“I think it takes a certain actor to be able to do [voice-acting]. I know a lot of my friends can’t stand it because they can’t stand the isolation and the lack of someone to play off. I just loved the story so much and identified so much with the character of Mulan it was easy for me. I loved using my imagination. I felt like I was a little kid again, being silly with an imaginary sword and riding on an imaginary horse and talking to an imaginary dragon. So it was a lot of fun for me.”

– Ming-Na Wen, the voice of Disney’s Mulan

What I want out of a live-action Mulan adaptation

The movie starts with Ming-Na Wen putting her little girl to bed. Little girl wants a bedtime story, and Mama May Ming-Na Wen settles in to tell her one.

The rest of the movie is the live-action adaptation of Mulan, with a teenaged Asian actress playing the BAMF Mulan we all know and love, Eddie Murphy voicing a CGI Mushu, and hilariously gratuitous shirtless scenes for Shang.

After Mulan is over, the movie cuts back to the little girl finally falling asleep. Ming-Na Wen retires to her own bed, where her sleepy husband asks what story it was, this time.

“Oh, I just told her the story of how we met.”

Agent Davis : Loyal to the very end

So with Agents of SHIELD being on hiatus for the next few weeks (Mother of all things please save us) I started rewatching the series starting from the beginning and guess who I spotted!

That’s right! Our very own Agent Davis who has been by FitzSimmons’ side since the very beginning! Loyal to SHIELD, Loyal to FitzSimmons!

I even googled to make sure it IS the same actor. 

Fun Fact: The actor who portrays Agent Davis,  Maximilian Osinski, is married to  Dichen Lachman who is JiaYing (Daisy’s biological mother)