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Emily VanCamp on Sharon Carter’s Return in ‘Falcon and Winter Soldier’


  • Never expected to play Sharon Carter again when she got a call asking her to reprise the role on the Disney+ show.

  • Says the movies were too big to fully explore her character and it was more about just trying to fit her in.

  • Mentions the backlash to Sharon kissing Captain America, and that one of the best things to come out of that scene was the buddy dynamic between Sam and Bucky.

  • Says Sharon is no longer "that wide eyed young agent" and is "a little rough around the edges".

  • When she wasn't shooting “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” or “The Resident,” she was doing fight training as the show required harder stunts than what she'd done before.

  • Can't say anything about the identity of the Power Broker.

  • Thinks Sharon main goal is to be pardoned.



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