Emily is scheduled to appear as a guest on CBS’s The Talk on this upcoming Friday, May 6th. She will be there to promote Captain America: Civil War. This is also the USA release date for the film. Please check local listings to see what time it airs in your area.
Emily went back to her home country of Canada on Friday to promote Captain America: Civil War in Toronto. She was quite busy. She visited a radio show, went to some talk shows, and did press interviews. Check out the media below!
KiSS 92.5 Radio Interview
BT (Breakfast Television) Toronto
Finally, a brand new photoshoot! Emily looks absolutely stunning in these images. They are from an upcoming issue of Sharp Magazine (Canada), although whether it will be May or June is unclear. I also assume there will be an article attached to the feature (with potentially more images, perhaps?) but no word on that as of yet. I’ll be sure to keep you updated.
Emily attended the London premiere of Captain America: Civil War on April 26th. For now, you guessed it…more videos. Even if the thumbnails don’t suggest it, she is in all of these videos in some capacity or another even if it’s a really short moment. It’s been quite hectic news wise here lately so I apologize that I haven’t had the time to properly update due to real life obligations. Compared to adding photos to the gallery, video links are way less time consuming which is why I’ve been able to at least keep you updated on that every few days.
Full London Press Conference (SPOILERS) [Different Angles]
London Red Carpet Premiere
— Marvel UK & Ireland (@MarvelUK) April 26, 2016
London Press (SPOILERS)
German / French Press (SPOILERS)
Two new press interviews (one from France, one from Berlin) have surfaced. You can watch them below. I love how passionate Emily is about playing Sharon Carter. You can tell she really did the research on the character too ♥ As always, be wary of spoilers.
On Thursday (April 21st), Emily attended the Berlin press conference and premiere for “Captain America: Civil War”. She also did some interviews like with the rest of the press tour so far. She joined director Anthony Russo and co-stars Robert Downey Jr., Daniel Brühl, and Paul Bettany. This is a quick update with some videos I’ve found. With my time being extremely limited, it’s been harder to update the site as much as I’d like to. But here is something for now!I’ll edit this post with more videos when I can.
Red Carpet / Signing Autographs (fair warning on the volume)
Short clip of the cast introduction:
On Monday, Emily was in Paris alongside co-stars Robert Downey Jr. and Don Cheadle plus director Anthony Russo to promote Captain America: Civil War in Paris. There was a press conference for Team Iron Man along with other interviews. Later, Emily attended the Paris premiere of the film and even spoke some French during the introduction before the screening!
Here are some videos from the Paris stop!
Press Conference Segments:
The cast introduction (different sources/angles and video lengths):
Long before she earned starring roles in hit shows like Everwood, Brothers & Sisters, and Revenge or made the jump to the big screen in Marvel’s Captain America film series, Emily VanCamp spent some of the most important years of her life in Montreal. In addition to studying dance during her time in la Belle province, VanCamp also spent her formative years developing a deep-rooted passion for the Canadiens. We caught up with the 29-year-old Port Perry, ON native – who is set to reprise her role as Sharon Carter / Agent 13 in Captain America: Civil War in May – during a visit to the Bell Centre to find out more about her love for hockey’s most storied franchise.
You weren’t born here, but does Montreal hold a special place in your heart?
EMILY VANCAMP: I moved to Montreal when I was 11 to study ballet. I lived with a very French family in Repentigny, on the east side of Montreal. You can’t really get more French than that. So I basically got to spend this amazing part of my life – when I was truly discovering myself – here in Montreal. At that age, you start to figure out what your likes and dislikes are and who you really are as a person. We’re talking about my life from age 11 to 16. That’s huge. They used to bring us to Habs games all the time. I feel like once you’ve been to one game, you’re going to be a Habs fan forever. I became a diehard fan, and since my mom and dad would come to visit me in Montreal all the time, they became huge fans, too. I love this city; it just holds a very dear place in my heart. I try to come back as often as possible.
Just how big a Habs fan are you?
EV: Oh gosh, it represents a huge part of my childhood and I think when it’s that embedded within you, just forget about it, because it’s love! I have such a deep love for the fans and for the team and I always will. Habs fans are smart, devoted and represent everything I love about sports. I know I’m a lifer. It’s not like two years ago I showed up and saw a game; I’ve been a fan since I can remember. I don’t remember supporting any teams before the Canadiens.
We hear you’re also pretty into UFC…
EV: I’ve been less involved with following the UFC since Georges St. Pierre has been out of it. He’s kind of my link to it. I’ve followed his career since day one, back to his matches with Matt Hughes and Matt Serra. I’ve loved watching his career and loved watching him evolve as a human being. I met him at the premiere briefly, and I was definitely a bit star-struck. So I just kind of did the introduction. I get star-struck over musicians or athletes but not really other people within my industry. I’ve admired Georges for a while, everything from his conditioning down to his morals as a person. I’ll still watch the Ultimate Fighter sometimes to try and keep up, but I am less involved. If Georges comes back, I’ll go back to being a fan all day long.