Avengers: Endgame is the ultimate “season finale” movie, more than Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings. Our heroes try to undo what Thanos did via time travel, and the process creates an excellent climax.
After Wonder Woman’s success, Marvel fans thinking they’ll have to wait two years to see a movie led by a heroine. But, actually, it happened already….on TV.
ABC is hoping Hayley Atwell will be known for more than just Peggy Carter. It’s hoping “Conviction” about a president’s daughter trying to free wrongly convicted people will do that.
Looking at the ABC schedule that was announced this week, new president Channing Dungey is letting the network keep its Marvel comic books. It may be possible it will eventually be told to grow up.
Peggy Carter is a superhero, a woman who defies the definition of the typical woman of the 1940’s and is an excellent law enforcer. She’s a great example to us all, and one great gal to hang around with.
No matter what happened during this week’s double-header, most people will likely be talking about Peggy Carter’s Broadway dream, and how Jarvis looks great in top hat and tails.
Peggy shows that she’ll stop at nothing to stop Whitney Frost’s plans for zero matter. She’ll even ask her nemesis for help. However, two people get caught in the crossfire.
Hayley Atwell could be part of the ABC lineup next year….but maybe not just as Peggy Carter. She could also star in a legal drama.
Peggy tries to stop Whitney Frost from stealing a couple of atomic bombs, and recruits a couple of unlikely field agents. The mission, though, almost becomes very deadly.
The battle between Peggy and Whitney continues, as Peggy tries to get more information about the Arena Club. However, this week’s episode also shows how Peggy became an agent and Whitney a movie star who can also design powerful reactors.