Hayley Atwell: Agent Carter Has Enough Stories To Fill Another Season

Hayley Atwell’s time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Agent Peggy Carter may be over for now, but that doesn’t mean she’s done talking about her famous character and what season three of Agent Carter may have entailed.

Atwell was a guest at ACE Comic Con over the weekend, where the actress was asked about what Agent Carter may be up to now, after the show’s cancellation in 2016:

“I’d be curious to know what the fans for her [Peggy Carter]. Some people have said they want to see her founding S.H.I.E.L.D. You have that aspect of it, she’s able to let go in some ways — of Cap — and move on to Sousa.”

Peggy Carter was an instant hit when the character debuted as Steve Rogers’ better half in Captain America: The First Avenger. Atwell went on to reprise the role with several cameos in Captain America: The Winter SoldierAvengers: Age of UltronAnt-Man, and Captain America: Civil War, where Carter died of natural causes.

Before being killed off, however, Atwell had her own Agent Carter series, which ran for two seasons on ABC. Reflecting on what the third season could have looked like, Atwell says the possibilities are endless:

“She’s a great cause and she takes action, so there’s so many things going on socially from the 50s to when she passes, that I think she’d have loved to be a part of. There are so many things she could have been a part of, and probably did do. It could probably fill another season, I’m sure. I hope.”

Though Peggy Carter died in the present day Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are still plenty of stories to be told in the past or through flashbacks, so it’s too early to say we’ll definitely never see her again. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for any potential updates!

Source: Comicbook.com

Things We’d Love To See In The ‘Black Widow’ Movie

With Jac Schaeffer being hired to write the script for a solo Black Widow movie, it seems Marvel may finally be moving forward with this long-awaited spin-off. Of course, the development of the project will most likely depend on what Schaeffer comes up with but fans have been petitioning for a Black Widow movie for years.

Scarlett Johannsson has been portraying the famous character for nearly eight years now, since first being introduced in 2010’s Iron Man 2. With a lot of backstory hinted at in her other Marvel Cinematic Universe appearances, it is unclear whether the Black Widow movie will be an origin story or whether it will follow the events of Avengers: Infinity War.

Either way, we’ve chosen ten things we’d love to see in the Black Widow movie. Hit Next to read on.