While Marvel’s big Hall H panel at Comic-Con next weekend is confirmed to provide first looks at Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the studio likely has a few surprises up its sleeves. One such fan-friendly event is the debut of the new Marvel One-Shot (aka short film) Agent Carter. The short centers on Hayley Atwell’s Peggy Carter character from the first Captain America film, as we pick up with Carter a year after the events of the The First Avenger as she’s hunting down Zodiac. The short also features the return of Dominic Cooper as Howard Stark, and stars West Wing alum Bradley Whitford (huzzah!) as Carter’s sexist, bureaucratic boss Agent Flynn. While the One-Shot will debut exclusively for Comic-Con audiences next Friday night, everyone will get a chance to check it out eventually, as it’s included on the Blu-ray release for Iron Man 3.
Hit the jump to take a look at the poster and a few images from Agent Carter. Iron Man 3 will be released on Blu-ray September 24th.
Images via EW.
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