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'Agent Carter's' Hayley Atwell is suggestive of Dominic Cooper in the series

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According to ComicBook.com on Friday, ABC's "Agent Carter's" Hayley Atwell looks to have implied the possibility of an appearance of "Captain America: The First Avenger's" Dominic Cooper to be involved with the comic book TV series. For those aren't familiar with Cooper, he had appeared as Tony Stark's father Howard Stark in the first "Captain America" film where he and scientists had administered the very first super soldier serum. He also appeared in the "Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter" as he gave Peggy a job offer to run S.H.I.E.L.D.

That being said, with the lacking of superheroes in the era of the 50s in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, one may wonder what kind of characters would be making an appearance in the new ABC TV series. Atwell had been interviewed about her ongoing busy itinerary and from that it was discussed how she plans on partaking in practical joke playing with Cooper. Of course, a second party would be necessary to complete the ensemble of shenanigans.

At the Glamour Women of the Year awards, she had expressed her hint of what could be the appearance of cooper in "Agent Carter." Atwell gives rise her intention to have fun with Cooper.

"He’s incredibly naughty. So I’m going to start the pranks as early as I can. He will come up with some very good ones, too."

That being said, one could wonder that Atwell is partnering up with Cooper working on some kind of project and probably be partaking in the fun between takes, but one can only imagine. "Agent Carter" spins off from the "Captain America" movies as well as the "Marvel One-Shot." Her character basically met up with Steve Rogers in the first film as he was adamant about being involved in World War II and with D-Day being today, people can also relate to the symbolism that Steve Rogers represents.

The "Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter" appeared in the Blu-ray release of "Iron Man 3" as she struggles to make her way through the glass ceiling in the post-World War II era.

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