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One of the real joys of the Holiday Season is the opportunity to say Thank You. Thanks to all the visitors of this site. Thanks for your support, your sweet comments….
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Thanks to everyone. In this holiday message, I send to you my best gift of the season: laughter, joy and peace.
Hayley Atwell attends the Conviction photocall at Palais des Festivals on October 17, 2016 in Cannes, France. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. Please, credit h-atwell.com if you take the pics.
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I added more new promotional shoots of Hayley Atwell for ‘Conviction’. You can go to the gallery to take a look
When ABC cancelled Agent Carter, it was a sad day for us all, mostly because it was one less place we could see Hayley Atwell own it as Peggy Carter. Then the character passed away in Captain America: Civil War and it seemed like we were well and truly done with ever seeing Peggy again. Well, surprise! Hayley Atwell is returning to play the character once again, though not in the way some might be hoping. Atwell will be voicing Peggy Carter in an upcoming episode of the animated series, Marvel’s Avengers: Secret Wars.
According to ComicBookMovie.com, Hayley Atwell will lend her voice talents to the role of Peggy Carter for the cartoon, Marvel’s Avengers: Secret Wars. Formerly known as Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, the series airs on Disney XD and changes its name per season based on whatever the main plot or villain is. This year the famous Secret Wars comic book storyline seems to be the inspiration for the name change, hinting that the Avengers will be getting into some multiverse shenanigans. Atwell will voice a time displaced Peggy who, alongside Howard Stark, teams up with Captain America and Iron Man to defeat the time traveling villain, Kang the Conqueror. That’s something that would be awesome to see in live action, but cartoon works too.
While many would rather see Hayley Atwell resume the role in a live-action capacity, getting Peggy Carter in any form is a win for fans. Carter is a fan favorite character and there’s a lot of reasons why she, of all characters in the MCU, was selected to get a spin off television series. Chief among those reasons is Atwell herself and her brilliant performance of the character. It also helps that the actress seems to really like playing the character, meaning we can probably count on seeing her in the role at least a few more times; you can never go wrong with a good flashback!
Hayley Atwell isn’t the only MCU actor to reprise their live-action role through animation. Clark Gregg voices Agent Coulson on Ultimate Spider-Man, and while that show isn’t exactly the best Spider-Man cartoon ever (that honor goes to Spectacular Spider-Man in my opinion), getting Greg to do the role is a nice touch for fans. He also voices the character in various other projects like the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes video game. There’s no reason Hayley Atwell can’t do something similar.
Though we may be running low on our dosage of Peggy Carter, you can still at least see Hayley Atwell on TV. She’s currently the lead on ABC’s Conviction, in which she plays a former First Daughter and brilliant attorney who has fallen on hard times. She’s blackmailed into heading up the Conviction Integrity Unit, where her team investigates people who may have been wrongly convicted of a crime. It’s getting “meh” reviews but Atwell’s performance is said to elevate the show.
Hayley Atwell attends BUILD speaker series at AOL HQ on September 30, 2016 in New York City. I have added 40 HQ photos to the gallery. Please, credit h-atwell.com if you take the pics.
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I am so excited, Conviction will air next 3 October and I can’t wait to see the first episode.
I added 39 HQ episode stills with Hayley to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look. Hayley looks beautiful!
Actress Hayley Atwell, best known for her onscreen role as Peggy Carter in the Marvel Universe, stopped by Baltimore Comic-Con for the first time to greet fans of her work.
Atwell co-starred in Captain America: The First Avenger, and continued her role as Peggy Carter in two seasons of ABC’s Agent Carter. It’s a character she says has been in her life for about seven years. This fall, Atwell stars as Hayes Morrison in the ABC legal drama Conviction airing Oct. 3.—a bold departure from 1940s Peggy Carter.
Speaking with ABC2, Atwell said she loves seeing Peggy Carter live on through cosplay at comic book conventions, and is always humbled by fans’ commitment to a character she feels very lucky to have played.
ABC2: Were you a comic book fan growing up?
Atwell: I had no idea what a comic book was until I was in late teens, and that was kind of helpful because it meant that I hadn’t put any added pressure on myself to try and live up to something. There wasn’t much about Peggy Carter that we discovered in the comics that I couldn’t create myself, and I felt that that was easier than having to live up to something that was so loved. You’re immediately at such a higher place to fall from if the world already has a preconception of what your character should be.
ABC2: There’s a group currently petitioning to have Agent Carter revived on ABC. How does it feel having such a strong fan base committed to your work?
Atwell: I set out to do work that I enjoy and that interests me, and then having a group of people who support that—even when you’re going in a different direction—they’re still saying, come join this body again. That’s really lovely. To think that Peggy’s taken off with people and that she’s someone lots of people relate to or want to see more of. I’m definitely a part of that gang.
ABC2: What does it mean for you to participate in comic book gatherings, and see your fans face-to-face?
Atwell: These conventions give me an opportunity to actually interact with the fans and see who’s been staring at me from the comfort of their own homes for so many years. Just to be able to hear the impact that the character and the show had in their lives, it’s really humbling and very moving. Especially young girls and boys who see Peggy as a force for good, and that inspires them. A lot of people have quotes of “I know my value, anyone else’s opinion doesn’t really matter,” that’s become her catchphrase, and seeing people with tattoos or pieces of jewelry with it engraved extends it far beyond just me as an actor turning up to do my job every day. This is a very humbling wake up to realizing that some people have really taken her into her hearts, and that’s a wonderful thing.
ABC2: What are you most looking forward to at Baltimore Comic-Con?
Atwell: I’d love to see some people dressed as Peggy Carter. There have been some men in the past at conventions dressed as Peggy Carter, and I’ve been very jealous because they look better in a skirt than I do. To see that she still lives in other people’s worlds, it makes me have hope that she might come back some day.
ABC2: Do you have a dream superpower?
Atwell: Yes. The ability to eat what I want without consequence.