In a somewhat surprising move, Marvel announced at San Diego Comic Con today that Frank Rizzo, owner of a pickle joint in Maspeth, and his lesser known brother will be directing episodes two and three of Agent Carter, the Captain America spinoff that will fill in for Agents of SHIELD during its numerous random two month hiatuses next season. Though Rizzo has had experience as a car salesman and game show casting director, this will be the directorial debut for both Frank and his brother.
Asked what kind of themes the Rizzos would be exploring in their episodes, Frank told The Outhouse, "You sound like you got a nice pair of those balogna tits on ya, rubberneck." We're not sure what he was... what's that? Oh. Oh, yeah, that makes a lot more sense.
Sorry folks, looks like I made a mistake here. It's not the Rizzo brothers directing these episodes, but the Russo Brothers, the team behind Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier. Rich Johnston, the Bleeding Cool rumormonger and director of Captain America: The First Avenger will direct the fourth episo... what? again! Sorry, Joe Johnston. Man, I need some coffee.
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