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Hayley Atwell Wants More Agent Carter

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Hayley Atwell wants more Agent Carter.  Even though ABC surprised the cast by not renewing the late 40s action series, Atwell hasn’t given up hope for more Agent Carter.

During World War II (in the Marvel CinematicUniverse), Peggy Carter was well know agent of the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR) during and after World War II.  She was key in the creation of S.H.I.E.L.D.  She was Captain America’s love interest during his time in World War II.  We know Peggy has numerous adventures and excitement over her long life.

Originally, ABC confirmed to Atwell that Agent Carter would receive a third season.  They offered her a chance to work on both Agent Carter and on her new series, Conviction.  The rug was pulled out from Hayley when ABC canceled this low rated but acclaimed series.

When asked about saying goodbye to Peggy Carter, Atwell stated doesn’t feel like she said goodbye.  She is hopeful for more Peggy Carter in some shape or form.

“I don’t feel like I’ve said goodbye to her. She does still seem to live on a lot for the fans. And Marvel is still such a big part of my career, especially my professional family, that I would absolutely not rule out the idea of going back to Peggy at some point, seeing her in other avenues. I love her, and I hope that she has a life elsewhere at another time.”

“I hound [Marvel Studios co-president Louis] D’Esposito on a regular basis, saying, ‘Give me a movie!’ I think the great thing about Peggy is, we know from
Winter Soldier that she lives a long life, so she can come back. I’m banking on, when I’m in my fifties, I’m like, ‘This is the time. Let’s see what Peggy’s up to in this decade.’”


This reminds me of a Peggy Carter quote.

“The world has changed, and none of us can go back. All we can do is our best. And sometimes… the best that we can do is to start over.”
(Via CBR)

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