Hello everyone, my name is Angie, & I’ll be helping my dear friend Amanda out with this wonderful Hayley site! For my first update, I’ve added missing production stills to the gallery from various film productions. Enjoy!
High quality photos of Hayley looking absolutely stunning at the press conference for ‘Conviction’ have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
There have been quite a few new interviews and articles about Hayley, ‘Conviction’, and ‘Agent Carter’ so I’ve complied a list for your viewing pleasure. I’ll be spending this weekend (finally!) creating our press archive so all articles and interviews can be viewed and read automatically through the site 🙂
• How Hayley Atwell Envisions ‘Agent Carter’ Coming Back
• Hayley Atwell Welcomes ‘Agent Carter’ Fans to Her New ‘Conviction’
• Why Hayley Atwell Isn’t Saying Goodbye to ‘Agent Carter’ Just Yet
• Hayley Atwell Wants More ‘Agent Carter’: ‘It’s Still a Much Loved Show’
• Hayley Atwell Ready to Move From ‘Agent Carter’ to ‘Conviction’
• Hayley Atwell Says an ‘Agent Carter’ Special Has Been Discussed, Remains Optimistic
• Hayley Atwell prepares for new role on ‘Conviction,’ but is not ready to say goodbye to Agent Peggy Carter
Hayley is currently attending day nine of the 2016 Summer TCA Tour in Beverly Hills, California. It’s so great to have new photos and also, how happy and gorgeous does Hayley look!? 17 MQ photos from panel have been added to the gallery as well as two adorable photos of Hayley and co-star Eddie Cahill hanging out at the ABC Social Lounge – keep checking back periodically for more ‘Conviction’ updates!
Thanks to SpoilerTV, we have an new photoshoot photo of the cast as well as two new promos from ‘Conviction’ entitled Hope Into Freedom and Guilty or Innocent?. You can watch both promos and see the new photoshoot photo featuring the cast below. Enjoy!
In a new interview with TVLine, Hayley talks about ‘Agent Carter’ and ‘Conviction’ – you can read the entire interview below:
When Hayley Atwell landed the lead in ABC’s Conviction pilot, fans of Marvel’s Agent Carter had questions. As did the SSR superstar’s portrayer herself.
Luckily, for at least a brief spell, she found some reassurance. “ABC said, ‘This is not us cancelling Agent Carter,’” Atwell recalls. “‘This is us having a great new project and we really want you in the center of it.’”
Since news and photo updates have slowed down, I’ve been working on adding missing photos and updating our current photos in the gallery to high quality. Keep checking back to our gallery for more updates! For now, I have added several new/old photos of Hayley filming ‘Conviction’ to the gallery – enjoy!
Ew.com has posted a short article after an interview with the powers that be at Netflix on why the company decided not to pick up ‘Agent Carter’.
When ABC axed the series after two seasons in May, fans held their breath hoping the streaming company would swoop in and add Carter to its mounting collection of Marvel titles, such as Daredeviland Jessica Jones. Instead, Carter became Marvel’s first canceled title in this modern era.
We asked Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos what about the series did not work for his company.
“We’re looking for truly original brands to own,” he says, “and in that Marvel space we already have [original comic book shows] – so that was mostly why.”
A new promo for ‘Conviction’ entitled Their Mission has been released and you can view it below. HD screencaptures from the promo have been added to the gallery.
TV Line recently posted their first impression of the ‘Conviction’ pilot. You can read their thoughts below:
THE SHOW | ABC’s Conviction (Mondays at 10/9c, premiering Oct. 3)
THE COMPETITION | CBS’ Scorpion and NBC’s Timeless (new)
THE FIRST IMPRESSION | I have to imagine ABC was tempted to give Conviction (instead of Notorious) the delayed-until-midseason Scandal‘s Thursday time slot, given the shows’ similar “fixer” premises and flawed heroines; perhaps Conviction‘s more procedural nature was deemed more attractive to those looking for/missing Castle?
Atwell is obviously having a ball here, playing very much against her previous TV persona, but the pilot by design pits half of her team against her, which dulls the joy a bit. Maintaining and mining Hayes’ oft-inappropriate sass (Jessica Jones‘ Liz Friedman is a co-creator/writer) will be instrumental to making this show “pop,” while the development of distinct, Gladiator-y dynamics between the other CIU members will be what gets viewers more deeply invested/gives it any legs. I also predict the splashy casting of an additional romantic foil for Atwell, given the mixed messages the pilot sends about Hayes and the DA.