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Why Carter’s Punishment By U.S. Govt Doesn’t Fit The Crime

Source: Deadline

Warning: This interview contains spoilers from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 3, “The Power Broker.”

Agent Sharon Carter, we hardly knew thee, is essentially what it boils down to after seeing Captain America’s former flame show up in Episode 3 of Disney+/Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

While still showing an ability to get a guy out of tricky situation — similar to how she saved Captain America in his second movie, she saves Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes from a bunch of bounty hunters several times over in Episode 3– Carter is a little jaded; on the run from the U.S., hiding out in the Pan Pacific island city of Madripoor.

“So much has changed. Everything that used to motivate Sharon Carter is no longer. That’s pretty evident in Episode 3 off the bat, when we see her. Clearly Sharon’s been through it, and isn’t too happy about that. So whatever was driving her before, that loyalty to the government and to Cap, that sort of wide-eyed agent feeling that she gave off, it’s pretty stripped away at this point,” actress Emily VanCamp told Deadline today.

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Sharon Carter’s Return & the Mysterious Power Broker

Source: Variety

SPOILER WARNING: This story discusses events from Season 1, Episode 3 of Disney Plus’ “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.”

The last time Emily VanCamp appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Sharon Carter, she was illegally aiding Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) in 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War” — and stealing a kiss from him for good measure. Sharon’s actions force her to go on the run; she doesn’t return for either “Avengers: Infinity War” or “Avengers: Endgame.” VanCamp never expected she’d appear in the MCU again.

While shooting the Fox medical series “The Resident,” however, the 34-year-old got a call asking if she was interested in reprising Sharon Carter in the Disney Plus series “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” starring her “Civil War” compatriots Anthony Mackie (as Sam Wilson) and Sebastian Stan (as Bucky Barnes).

“Marvel, when they call, you always answer,” VanCamp says.

In 2014’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Civil War,” Sharon is an idealistic young agent who is always keen to do the right thing — she’s the niece of S.H.I.E.L.D. (and Marvel) legend, agent Peggy Carter, after all. But when we meet her again on Episode 3 of “FAWS,” titled “Power Broker,” Sharon is a changed woman. She thinks nothing of gunning down a series of goons when she swoops in to Sam and Bucky’s rescue in the (fictional) lawless island nation of Madripoor, where Sharon’s been holed up since “Civil War.” She scoffs at Sam’s idealism, telling him, “You know the whole hero thing is a joke, right?” She lives in a posh penthouse that doubles as a showcase for major stolen art. And she is curiously well-connected within Madripoor’s network of villainy, so much so that some began to speculate that Sharon could be the as-yet-unidentified Big Bad of the season, the Power Broker.

Understandably, VanCamp couldn’t outright spoil whether Sharon is indeed the mastermind behind the sudden proliferation of super soldiers on “FAWS.” But she did have some revealing insights into her character, as well as what it was like to return to the MCU after so many years away.

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“Good Morning America” Video

Emily was on the US morning show Good Morning America earlier today to promote “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier”. Episode 3 (“Power Broker”) is out today on Disney+ and spoiler alert: Sharon is back! Watch Emily discuss the show and more below.

Upcoming Appearance: “Good Morning America” on 4/2

Emily will be a guest on Good Morning America on Friday, April 2nd to promote “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier”. The show airs weekdays from 7 AM to 9 AM ET on ABC. If you’ve seen the first two episodes of TFATWS so far, you’ll know that Emily’s character, Sharon Carter, has yet to appear. However, with Em scheduled to do press, it’s a good chance that Sharon will show up in episode 3. Fingers crossed she does!

“Revenge” Reunion Video

Missed the Revenge Reunion that took place live on Sunday, March 21st? No worries! The organizer uploaded the video of the entire virtual event onto their website. Check it out by clicking the graphic above. Enjoy!

“Revenge” Reunion TONIGHT!

Get excited, Revengers! We’re so close to the virtual Revenge Reunion. Click the link below to watch tonight for FREE at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET. If you’re an international fan, check your time zone to make sure you have the correct time. As a note, the U.S. recently had Daylight Savings. Alright all, see you there!

Emily VanCamp (Emily Thorne / Amanda Clarke)
Josh Bowman (Daniel Grayson)
Nick Wechsler (Jack Porter)
Barry Sloane (Aiden Mathis)
Connor Paolo (Declan Porter)
Karine Vanasse (Margaux LeMarchal)
Margarita Levieva (Amanda Clarke)

“TFATWS” Virtual Launch Event Video + Screen Captures

Hi, everyone! If you missed the virtual launch event for “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” that premiered earlier today, don’t worry. The video is available for playback on the official Marvel YouTube channel. I’ve embedded it below for easy access. Emily comes in around the 11:27 minute mark.

I’ve also added 170 screen captures of Emily from the event to the gallery:

Get ready! “TFATWS” Launch Event TOMORROW 3/18!

Emily VanCamp is TV’s Ultimate Superhero

                     Source: Nylon

With ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,’ the actress adds another sure-to-be smash to her resume.

VanCamp never expected to be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “I came into the process very late in the game — I don’t think anyone thought of me,” she recalls of her first audition for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, back in early 2013. “To me, it was a long shot and I didn’t think it was going to happen. Then I got the call that they wanted to move forward with me, and I was just delighted.”

It’s been eight years, and 14 Marvel movies, since. On Friday, the actress will reprise her role as Sharon Carter for the third time in the new Disney+ series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Marvel’s second foray into streaming series, following this year’s smash hit Wandavision. The show will be Carter’s first appearance in the MCU since 2016’s Captain America: Civil War, and picks up where we last found the S.H.I.E.L.D. agent: on the run.

Speaking over the phone a few days before the show’s premiere, VanCamp says that she first got the pitch for the show back in 2019. “The answer is always yes,” she says. “[With MCU], you’re not sitting around holding your breath, because there are so many moving parts, especially with streaming now. You never know where they want to slot you in to these big stories and ideas. It’s always fun when you do get the call.”

“It’s bananas,” she continues. “It’s like the gift that keeps on giving. These characters are so much fun, and everyone involved is incredible. You feel like you’re a part of this big ol’ family.” As a veteran of the franchise, VanCamp is well-versed in the act of talking about her latest project without talking too much about her latest project. Here’s what she can share for now: “This time around we get to see another side of her, and that made it even more interesting,” she says. “Sam and Bucky are characters that are really loved in the universe but never got that much screen time, so exploring their relationship and dynamic is really nice to watch.”

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Emily VanCamp Brought Her A-Game to Marvel’s “TFATWS”

Source: Backstage

A television mainstay since her teens, Emily VanCamp’s career has been marked by multiseason runs on “Everwood,” “Brothers & Sisters,” “Revenge,” and “The Resident.” Now, she’s reprising a familiar role—Sharon Carter—for Disney+’s latest Marvel series, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” offering audiences a glimpse into what the former agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been up to since 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War.”

As a kid, you studied ballet. When did you pivot from dance to acting?
I was studying ballet in Montreal, and I started taking an acting class for fun on the weekends. It just became my safe zone, the thing that I looked forward to every week. Ballet became this rigorous training and stopped feeling so much like a creative process and more like a job, whereas this acting class that I was going to, I felt vibed every time I left. I got an agent and started doing little things in Montreal. Then, once I realized that I could actually do it for a living, it just was so clear. When you’re young, especially, big life decisions are much easier because there’s less at stake. I just decided that was it with ballet. I wanted to focus all my energy on acting.

What advice would you give your younger self?
Especially when I was younger, I had a tendency to be incredibly hard on myself. That can be really limiting. Looking back as a grown-up now, I would say: Stop being so hard on yourself! Let yourself play; let yourself fail. Those are the most important things in any creative environment—or, really, anything you put your mind to. You have to allow yourself to fail. I had this very bad relationship with failure, and probably still do, to an extent, but I recognize it now…. That’s all part of starting really young, too. You have to learn and grow through the process. In a sense, that’s your experience [and] your schooling. For me, it was learning on the job constantly and just trying to grow.
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