Marvel is currently holding down their TV panel at Comic-Con right this very second, and just dropped two big announcements about ABC's mid-season adventure series Marvel's Agent Carter. It seems the hour long drama will be getting three directorial alumni from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

With Marvel's Agent Carter a spin-off of Captain America: The First Avenger, it makes sense that the director of that movie would come back. Joe Johnston is set to direct the fourth episode.

Maybe even more surprising is that the two directors of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, brothers Joe Russo and Anthony Russo, are returning to the Marvel Cinematic universe to direct not one, but two episodes of Marvel's Agent Carter. They will help set the tone for the series, taking on the second and third episode.

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It was also asked if Dominic Cooper was returning to play Tony Stark's father Howard Stark, which he played in Captain America: The First Avenger. Executive producer Louis D'Esposito played it coy, stating

"It would be wonderful if that could happen."
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