Agent Carter to Appear in Both Ant-Man and Agents of SHIELD, Plus Check Out an Extended Sneak Peek From Her New Show!


By: Haylee Fisher (@haylee_fisher)

If you’re like me, you can’t get enough of Agent Peggy Carter. It’s lucky, too, because she’ll soon have her own TV show on ABC. But before that comes to fruition, her portrayer Hayley Atwell has been busy filming cameos for other Marvel properties.

Carter first made a surprise – and welcome! – appearance in the season two premiere of Agents of SHIELD. It has now been announced she is coming back, this time in the Nov. 18th episode titled “The Things We Bury.” According to Entertainment Weekly, the episode “will largely revolve around a SHIELD/Hydra showdown, while [Grant] Ward (Brett Dalton) kidnaps his senator brother, Christian Ward (Tim DeKay), to revisit the pair’s past.

Fun fact: the episode will also guest star Lou Ferrigno, Jr, whose father played The Incredible Hulk in the 1978 TV show of the same name.

If that’s not enough Agent Carter for you, how’s this for good news? According to casting calls, Marvel is looking for a body double/stand-in for Atwell for a scene in Ant-Man, which is filming in Atlanta. Rumor has it the first draft of the script contained a flashback scene where Hank Pym (played in the present by Michael Douglas) meets founding members of SHIELD including Carter, Howard Stark (Dominic West), Armin Zola (Toby Jones), and a young Alexander Pierce (portrayed by Robert Redford in Captain America: The Winter Soldier) so perhaps that scene made it through revisions. We’ll find out when the film hits theaters July 17, 2015.

Finally, ABC showed an extended sneak peek at Agent Carter during last night’s anniversary special Marvel, 75 Years: From Pulp to Pop! The clip features Stark heading on a trip overseas and tasking Carter with tracking down his inventions that have apparently fallen into the wrong hands. We also get our first look at the original Jarvis, played by James D’Arcy. Check it out below!

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