Hayley Atwell Photo
July 24, 2011 by Post Team
Hayley Atwell Photo, In the sure-to-be summer blockbuster Captain America: The First Avenger, Hayley Atwell plays Peggy Carter’s girlfriend, Chris Evans revered ‘comic hero. Is not the first time it has been chosen as a romantic place, the actor 29 years old, has batted her eyelashes with great success earlier in the TV miniseries The Pillars of the Earth (for which he received a Globe nomination Gold earlier this year) and her starring role as the conquest of Ewan McGregor in Woody Allen’s Dream, Cassandra.
But, he insists, their stories are rarely boy-meets-girl fairy tales. “I never see myself as a typical love story,” he says. “. I look like triangles embedded in complex,” namely, that is also included “a manipulative, manic depression lithium abuser” in the BBC adaptation of the Man Booker Prize-winning novel The Line of Beauty, “a very calculating and scheming individual “in Mansfield Park by Jane Austen, and” a repressed woman who did not receive much complicated love “Brideshead Revisited 2008. It is just the Hallmark territory.
Peggy Carter is no less complex, which is surprising, given her fellow Marvel origins. According to Atwell, the fictional heroine and a soldier of World War II has its own set of problems that are not immediately obvious on the screen. “Basically, he knows that if she were a man, would probably be Captain America. But because she is a woman that will never happen,” he says. “That’s a bone of contention for her.”
Given its rapid invasion of Hollywood stardom, the native of London has considered the possibility of relocating in the U.S., and admits her biggest challenge this year will raise its relaxed look at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre ready for the glamor. “When you walk into a room with Louboutin heels, her hair and makeup perfectly done, which is being observed, but is also completely ignored, since it is less accessible,” he says. “My style of every day is something that can lead to jump on a bus, climbing a tree, or running down the street. I move too fast.”
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