Dominic Carter DI Saunders · Carla Mendonça Rachel · Katie Sheridan. Natalie Perera Paramedic · Dan Tetsell Estate Agent · Deborah Rock. Votes: 84, Call My Agent! In , Peggy Carter is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR). When Howard Stark is accused. Melanie Hinze, Actress: Violetta. Melanie Hinze is known for her work on Violetta (), The Wild Life () and Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten ().
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Imdb Agent Carter Navigation menu VideoPeggy and Daniel -- So Cold [Agent Carter MV] Known For. CTV Television Network. Hayley Atwell Teases Wild Mission: Impossible 7 Car Chase Stunts with Tom Cruise 01 December MovieWeb Mission: Impossible newcomer Hayley Atwell is no Superspeed Usb 3.0 to action. Agent Carter () on IMDb: Movies, Tv, Celebrities, and more. Hayley Atwell, Actress: Captain America: The First Avenger. Born in London, England, Hayley Elizabeth Atwell has dual citizenship of the United Kingdom and the United States. An only child, Hayley was named after actress Hayley Mills. Her parents, Alison (Cain) and Grant Atwell, both motivational speakers, met at a London workshop of Dale Carnegie's self-help bible "How to Win Friends and. Marvel's Agent Carter, or simply Agent Carter, is an American television series created by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely for ABC, featuring the Marvel Comics character Peggy Carter following her roles in the film Captain America: The First Avenger and the Marvel One-Shot short film of Agent Carter. on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys Black History Month STARmeter Awards San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events. Directed by Louis D'Esposito. With Hayley Atwell, Bradley Whitford, Dominic Cooper, Tim Trobec. Frustrated at being marginalized at work, Peggy Carter goes on an unauthorized solo field mission.
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Marshal Plan und Pro7 bis Gmail Desktop Benachrichtigung zu ORF, erst 1933, iPhone, der 13. -Quick Links Biography Awards Photo Gallery. Agent Carter, TV Series, Pictures provided by: AOLJU, CRAFT Display options: Also known as: Marvel's Agent Carter; Buick Roadmaster Ep. Buick Special Ep. Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Ep. Cadillac Series 61 Ep. Cadillac Series 62 Ep. It's , and peace has dealt Peggy Carter a serious blow as she finds herself marginalized when the men return home from fighting abroad. Working for the covert SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve), Peggy must balance doing administrative work and going on secret missions for Howard Stark all while trying to navigate life as a single woman in America, in the wake of . The MA1 appears as the sidearm of SSR Agent Ray Krzeminski (Kyle Bornheimer), notably first seen in "Now is Not the End" (S1E01). Also in the premiere, Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) also uses one to test Captain America's shield in a flashback to Captain America: The First Avenger. Most of the Howling Commandos use them as their main sidearm, first seen in "The Iron Ceiling" (S1E05) with SSR agents .
The film stars Jesse Bradford and Lizzy Caplan as Bennie and Claire, respectively. There must be weapons everywhere". One year after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger ,  Agent Peggy Carter , now a member of the Strategic Scientific Reserve, is stuck compiling data instead of working field cases.
One night while alone in the office, the case line rings, informing Carter of the location of the mysterious Zodiac. She goes to the location, and is able to retrieve the serum single-handedly.
The next day, her boss, Agent John Flynn, reprimands her for not going through the proper procedures to complete the mission.
Carter explains that the mission was time-sensitive, but Flynn is unmoved, dismissing the indignant Carter as an "old flame" of Captain America 's who was given her current job out of pity for her bereavement.
The case line rings again, this time with Howard Stark on the other end, who tells Flynn to inform Carter that she will co-head the newly created S.
In a mid-credit scene, Dum Dum Dugan is seen poolside with Stark, marveling at two women wearing the newly created bikinis. Agent Carter , released on the Iron Man 3 Blu-ray release on September 24, , as well as part of the digital download release on September 3, ,  was seen as a good way of bridging that film with the then upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
It had previously been considered to be released on other home media releases as well. The short film introduces Bradley Whitford as Agent John Flynn and Shane Black as the Disembodied Voice.
He also composes the music for the MCU television series Marvel's Agent Carter , which is directly related to the short.
Trevor Slattery , having been captured at the end of Iron Man 3 , is now being held in Seagate Prison. At the prison, he is living luxuriously, having his own personal "butler", Herman, as well as other inmates who act as his fan club and protection from other inmates.
Looking on at the attention Slattery receives in the cafeteria is Justin Hammer , who wonders what makes him so special.
Slattery has been talking with a documentary filmmaker, Jackson Norriss , to chronicle the events of the Mandarin situation seen in Iron Man 3.
Trying to learn more about him personally, Norriss recounts Slattery's past from his first casting as a child to his starring in a failed CBS pilot.
Norriss eventually informs Slattery that his portrayal has angered some people, including the actual Ten Rings terrorist group, which Slattery did not know existed.
Norriss tells him the history of the Mandarin and the terrorist group, before revealing that he is actually a member of the group. The real reason for Norriss interviewing Slattery is to break him out of prison so he can meet the actual Mandarin.
Hearing this, Slattery still has no idea of the full ramifications of his posing as the Mandarin. In October , Ben Kingsley said he was working on a secret project with Marvel involving "many members of the crew that were involved in Iron Man 3 ,"  later revealed to be the short All Hail the King ,  which was released on the digital download release of Thor: The Dark World on February 4, , and on February 25, for the Blu-ray release.
All of the Marvel One-Shots were included on the bonus-disc of the " Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Two Collection " box set , which includes all of the Phase Two films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The One-Shots feature audio commentary, with Gregg providing it for The Consultant and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer ; D'Esposito, Hernandez, Welliver, and Bradford on Item 47 ; D'Esposito and Atwell for Agent Carter ; and Pearce and Kingsley with All Hail the King.
The collection was released on December 8, Cindy White of IGN called The Consultant "intriguing" and said, "The snappy dialogue seems to fit right in with what we expect from a Joss Whedon-ized Avengers movie.
Shaffer of IGN called A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer "fun". It's about four minutes of Coulson being a badass, if the definition of 'badass' is performing needless slow-motion action stunts and then pausing to consider something normal people would consider — like which donuts to buy.
Andre Dellamorte of Collider called Item 47 "silly". With a longer run time, the short film doesn't have to rush to show us everything that it wants to — we get a clear understanding of both the S.
Andy Hunsaker of Crave Online said, " Agent Carter is a fun treat which could lead the way for some female-led Marvel films and, if nothing else, it gives its title character the send-off she deserves.
She kicks so much ass in this short story with such aplomb, using not just brawn but also brains, and it's all very clever and fun.
McMillan continued, "Until now, the One-Shots were pretty much considered fun little throwaways filled with Easter Eggs to accompany the main features themselves.
Should [the] Agent Carter [series] make it through the development process, it's clear that that they're much more to Marvel as a whole — in many ways, they're a sneak peek at the shape of things to come.
IGN's Cliff Wheatley gave All Hail the King a 9. He said that it's "a return to the loveable personality of the hapless Trevor and a step forward for the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It has its twists that should satisfy both lovers and haters of Trevor Slattery. But it's the approach that Pearce takes with the material, from the kung-fu movie style credit sequences to the light-hearted tone that takes a sudden and jarring turn.
Kingsley once again shines in the role of Slattery, aloof and ignorant, but more than happy to slide back into Mandarin mode if it will please his adoring fans.
Pearce does go for some of the same jokes from Iron Man 3 in a sort of referential way, but it's nothing too damaging. In May , DMG Entertainment stated they were considering creating a short film, tentatively titled The Prologue , centered on Wang Xueqi 's character, Dr.
Wu, from Iron Man 3 , who only appeared in 10 seconds of the film outside of China; Xueqi appeared in three minutes of the Chinese release of the film.
The Prologue would be composed of sequences shot during the production of Iron Man 3 and would elaborate on Wu with the short set before the events of Iron Man.
DMG added they were unsure of how they would release the short, saying rumors claiming The Prologue could possibly release on television or a future MCU home media release were "speculations".
In July , D'Esposito said he had considered making stand-alone shorts for several characters, including Loki , a young Nick Fury, Black Panther , Ms.
Marvel , and Black Widow. Regarding Loki, D'Esposito said "Being on Asgard is very difficult for us to do in a short. It's just impossible for us cost wise.
The short would be 30 seconds, and it's over. One shot of Loki on Asgard. And designing the costume, getting it going … We tried.
We were there in development, and we tried, but they were very difficult for all the reasons I gave. In May , Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige stated that there were "no active plans for the One-Shots to return", but added that the studio was not opposed to continuing the series,  and there was already "a backlog of ideas" for potential One-Shots.
I don't know how much beyond that we can go It's just about finding the time and the place. Feige also noted that the One-Shot films could potentially "morph into extra content that's created prior to a film's release instead of for its home entertainment release", noting the successful Team Thor mockumentary shorts directed by Waititi, which "were great fun, and are quite doable, and in some parts helped redefine Thor into what he's become in Ragnarok in a fun way.
So there might be opportunities for more things like that. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Series of direct-to-video short films produced by Marvel Studios.
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When Dorothy 'Dottie' Underwood Bridget Regan sees the weapon in his hand, she asks if the weapon was an "automatic" just before she disarms him.
A thug uses an MA1 Thompson to open fire on Jarvis and Peggy in the series premiere "Now Is Not the End" S1E Also in the series premiere, Peggy uses a Thompson in a flashback to Captain America: The First Avenger.
Another thug is armed with an M1A1 Thompson in the series premiere "Now Is Not the End" S1E The M1A1 is also carried by Peggy Hayley Atwell , Thompson and other SSR agents in addition to several "Howling Commandos" soldiers in "The Iron Ceiling" S1E PPShs are used throughout "The Iron Ceiling" S1E05 by Red Army troops stationed at a Leviathan hideout.
Dottie Bridget Regan uses one in a flashback to as a Leviathan agent at the start of "A Sin To Err Sheldon McFee Devin Ratray can be seen with a Winchester Model shotgun in "Bridge and Tunnel" S1E It is later picked up by Edwin Jarvis James D'Arcy who uses it during a truck chase.
It also appears to be used by SSR agents when they raid the SS Heartbreak near the end of "Time and Tide" S1E In "The Iron Ceiling" S1E05 , Timothy "Dum Dum" Dugan Neal McDonough now carries a Winchester Model "Trench Gun" as his main weapon he had carried a Winchester Model shotgun in both Captain America: The First Avenger and a flashback seen in Marvel's Agents of S.
Both Carter and Thompson are armed with the Ithaca 37 in Season 1's finale "Valediction" S1E A customized sniper rifle is used by Dottie in the middle of "A Sin To Err The rifle appears to be based off of an iron frame Henry and is shown to be a "takedown" model and is fitted with a scope.
In Season 1's finale "Valediction" S1E08 , an M1D Garand rifle is seen on a remote system to take shots during a press conference.