While we’re continually perplexed by the lack of official photos for Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ TV series, the show’s first official poster and clip were…well, a bit underwhelming. Now, the 2015 ABC drama has given Hayley Atwell’s Peggy a poster much more befitting of Cap’s best gal, and raising our hopes for the series once more.
Marvel’s upcoming ‘Agent Carter’ TV series gave us a taste of Peggy’s action-packed exploits as far back as New York Comic-Con, but with the two-hour premiere less than a month away, ABC has released a brand-new clip of Cap’s best gal in her prime. Can ‘Agent Carter’ stave off deadly infections and movie dates, judging by the latest clip?
Now that Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ has bid adieu until March, Peggy Carter prepares to come out of retirement for her own series, the January 6 premiere of ‘Agent Carter!’ To wit, Marvel has unleashed a snazzy new poster of Cap’s best gal, as well as the full two-part premiere synopsis, guest stars and all.
Marvel's upcoming 'Agent Carter' spinoff may have a harder time tying into the cinematic universe than its contemporary TV peer 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,' but the new 1940s-set serial will have the blessing of its franchise's godfather all the same. Stan Lee has confirmed himself for a cameo in Marvel's upcoming 'Agent Carter' TV series, which has an even newer trailer to boot.
As successful as Marvel Studios has become, there’s still one thing we haven’t seen yet: a major movie crossover with other Marvel characters owned by different movie studios. Imagine Spider-Man and the X-Men fighting alongside the Avengers—it would be the biggest film ever. Unfortunately, as the rights to these characters all belong to different companies, we might not see such a crossover in the near future. However, in a new interview, Marvel comics creator and icon Stan Lee addresses the potential for a major multi-studio crossover, and it’s the most hopeful answer we’ve gotten yet.
Well, this is a fine how-do-you-do for Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter.’ Where late last week word from an ABC schedule broke that the ‘Captain America’ spinoff character would expand her January 6 premiere to a full two-hours, the network quickly denied the report. Now, Marvel has confirmed that ‘Agent Carter’ will indeed open on a full two-hour premiere, shortening the series’ run by one week.
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Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ already gave us a taste of Peggy’s post-war adventures by the latest trailer, but we may be in for even more from Cap’s best gal than we originally thought. Check out a second sneak peek trailer of the new ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ prequel series, showing even more of Peggy's supporting cast!
Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter‘ TV series has locked in its January premiere and even brought back Howard Stark in our first clip from the series, but what about the rest of the show’s stellar cast? Watch ‘Agent Carter’ wig out for “all hands on deck,” in a brand-new promo for the Marvel drama that offers our first look at ‘Boardwalk Empire‘’s Shea Whigham and more guest stars!
We’ve known for a few weeks now that ‘Agent Carter’ would put in another ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ appearance with this coming Tuesday’s “The Things We Bury,” but now we learn that Hayley Atwell’s Peggy will get to take a crack at none other than Hydra’s Daniel Whitehall. See what extraterrestrial MCU connections Peggy uncovers in the latest clip from next week’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’!