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An Interview with Agent Carter's Hayley Atwell
Marvel star talks what to expect in season one -- plus a little barbeque!
Rotten Tomatoes/TV/ By Matt Atchity | Tuesday, Jan. 06 2015
In anticipation of tonight's Marvel's Agent Carter premiere on ABC, Editor in Chief Matt Atchity spoke with star Hayley Atwell about playing Peggy Carter.
Here's what to expect this season, plus a glimpse into life on the set -- which includes Twitter high-jinks and some Kansas City baseball.
Matt Atchity for Rotten Tomatoes: Thank you for joining me today.
Hayley Atwell: Of course. I'm just doing my laundry. Excuse me.
RT: Are you kidding? Peggy Carter has to do her own laundry?
HA: Can you believe it? Unbelievable! You think she'd have people around her, but no. Alas, no. I've just deflated an air bed and put laundry on.
RT: My first question is that you look like you're having a lot of fun in this show. Is it as fun as it looks?
HA: Oh my God, it's more fun than I could possibly ever imagine. I've laughed so much on this show, I thought I'd keel over and die. I think it helps that I've known James D'Arcy and Dominic Cooper for the last ten years, so them being on set is like, 'Hi, brothers!' I'm like a silly teenager when I'm around them. And we keep going,'Oh, we did so much over the last ten years, and we're more and more immature' and I'm like, 'Yeah! Let's never grow up!' We're going to release a series of tweets called, "Konked-Out Carter," where we see Peggy in and around set, finding different ways of falling asleep: under desks, on a water cooler, on top of tables, on coat racks, and we've just been having a real giggle doing it.
RT: That's excellent. It sounds like they're working you pretty hard though.
HA: Oh, yeah. Anything between 15- and 17- hour days. There's a lot to get done, a lot of dialogue to do; so I'm having to have the stamina that someone like Peggy, in her role, would have. It helps.
RT: Right. And a lot of action. Not just dialogue, but a lot of action too. Does that make it a longer day?
HA: It does! They're like choreographed dance sequences I have to learn. But my background is that I played rugby in school and I trained in unarmed combat at drama school. So I had a lot of physical work that I did that's all in my muscle memory. So it's not as hard as, I think, coming to it from scratch.
RT: So this is really just old hat for you, right?
HA: Yes, yes. Exactly...
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