The Agent Carter short disappears on Disney +, what is happening?

The Agent Carter short disappears on Disney +, what is happening?

The short one-shot focused on Agent Parker has disappeared from the Disney + catalog in all regions. The Direct has noticed the removal of this content, which may be a preview of a leap into the limelight of the figure of Peggy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Why this elimination of the short of Agent Parker? Possibilities

The first thing to clarify is that the reasons for the removal of the short of Agent Carter, a one-shot fifteen minute series released in August 2013 as a sequel to the events narrated in Captain America: The First Soldier. Hayley Atwell was the protagonist again, but perhaps Marvel Studios plans – especially after her role in the first episode of What If …? – now go through a prominent place in the MCU, thus eliminating content that is not entirely “canonical” or Representatives of, in this case, Agent Parker.

From The Direct they point out possible signs and look at other parallel movements. For example, that of Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp), who took center stage in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier; or Trevor Slattery (Sir Ben Kingsley) in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

According to rumors not confirmed by either Disney or Marvel Studios, Hayley Atwell would be working on a big screen comeback in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, thus leaving the small screen to appear in a big way in movie theaters. There is a certainty: the character of Agent Carter is already one more piece of the MCU. His appearance in What If…? and the positive reactions to his episode invite optimism.

The future of Disney + in the Marvel Universe now goes through the premiere on November 12 of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and highlighting Hawkeye, which debuts this November 24 on the platform.

Source | The Direct; via CBR

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