Hayley Atwell is already involved in a new project, again working for ABC in the new drama Conviction, but, even as Atwell infects her followers with her excitement for the new project, the actress admits she still is holding out hope for an Agent Carter revival. Show More Summary
Viola Davis, Hayley Atwell, and Regina King walk the carpet at the ABC TCA Summer Tour Party held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Thursday (August 4) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The ladies were joined at the event by Minnie Driver, Designated Survivor‘s Kiefer Sutherland, and Mistresses stars Jes Macallan, Brett Tucker, and Tabrett Bethell. [...]
Hayley Atwell saw her own funeral. And it's all thanks to Chris Evans. Sort of. The Conviction star, who has played Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic universe for close to seven...
While Season 3 may not be happening, Hayley Atwell recently explained that she does see a TV future for the character via through specific means. Here's what she envisions.
The writing for Agent Carter seemed pretty much on the wall with the announcement of Hayley Atwell’s ABC Conviction pilot, even as many suggested the Marvel star could balance filming both. Sadly, Conviction won the day regardless, but according to Atwell, ABC might have commissioned Agent Carter specials to help fill the gap between actual seasons. Continue reading…
Atwell also recalled how she came to join "Conviction" and what options ABC explored before cancelling "Agent Carter."
Transitioning from Marvel’s Agent Peggy Carter to playing former First Daughter Hayes Morrison in ABC’s Conviction was easy, Hayley Atwell insisted at TCA this afternoon, despite the lack of source material. The only thing people are...Show More Summary
Hayley Atwell was on a Television Critics Association panel for her new series Conviction, just after ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey spoke about the decision not to move forward with a third season of Agent Carter. After...Show More Summary
Viewers may have said goodbye to Agent Carter when ABC axed it after two seasons, but Hayley Atwell is certainly not ready to say farewell to her beloved Marvel character. "I...
Jamie Glover plays Oedipus and Hayley Atwell plays Antigone.
Before she was Agent Peggy Carter, Hayley Atwell was also an accomplished stage actress with years of rigorous classical training. Now, she's bringing that experience to bear in the role of Antigone in Audible's new original drama The Oedipus Plays.
Steve and Peggy’s romance was one of the very best things about Captain America: The First Avenger, a bittersweet subplot that humanized one of Marvel’s most unfailingly noble heroes and gave us one of the franchise’s greatest heroines. Show More Summary
Like most human beings who saw Captain America: Civil War, Hayley Atwell was less than thrilled with that super awkward kiss between Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and his nominal love interest Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp), great-niece of Cap’s former flame Peggy Carter. Show More Summary
Hayley Atwell has strong feelings about Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) hooking up with Peggy Carter's great-niece Sharon (Emily VanCamp) in "Captain America: Civil War." Atwell shared her comments with smiles and her usual cheeky humor,Show More Summary
Captain America: Civil War, which was clearly a love story between Captain America and Bucky Barnes, included a tepid kiss between Chris Evans's Captain America and Emily VanCamp's Sharon Carter, because of the patriarchy or something, and nobody is happy. By "nobody," we mean Hayley Atwell, who played Captain America's ... More »
The "Agent Carter" star jokes about the "disrespectful" lip-lock between Peggy Carter's grandniece and Captain America.
If you’ve seen both Captain America: Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, then you know that the first one sets up a possible relationship between Agent 13 (Emily VanCamp) and Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), and the other just throws that relationship together out of nowhere. Well, Hayley Atwell has weighed in. Read more...
A few weeks ago, Genevieve threw out a theory that made a lot of sense: Sharon Carter is an imposter. Nothing about the character played by Emily VanCamp in Captain America: Civil War makes sense. The timeline doesn't work, and...
Agent Carter retired from the ABC line up this past may, but the series star, Hayley Atwell, isn’t taking the cancellation of the Marvel series well at all. In fact, Atwell is letting everyone know, fans and critics alike, that she’s more than just hoping for an Agent Carter revival. Show More Summary
Spoilers for Captain America: Civil War will follow in this post, so if you don't want to hear Hayley Atwell's thoughts on one of the developments in the film, read no further!