The third episode of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” released on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar last Friday brought Emily Van Camp back to Sharon Carter, which is the last time we were in Captain America at Marvel: See you in the Civil War It’s been five years since she arrived. She was first introduced as an agent of SHIELD in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and was originally designed as the future lover of Captain America/Steve Rogers (Chris Evans).They even kissed civil war. Considering that she is the niece of Steve’s main niece Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), this is a bad time. He is in “Avengers” (Avengers: Endgame) was returned to Steve at the end.

Thankfully, Falcon and Winter Soldier provided a gentle restart of Sharon Carter, which is completely different from the characters we saw in the two stories Captain America the film. Sharon was once the literal guardian of Captain America and was impatient with any patriotic nonsense, as she said in episode 3 of “Falcon” and “Winter Soldier”, “Stars and Stripes-shaped Bull-t”.in civil warAfter Sharon helped Cap retrieve the shield, she was branded a traitor by the US government. Although the “Avengers” all signed an agreement to return home, but Sharon has been on the go.

“I mean there are a lot of differences in salons,” Van Camp told reporters in a Zoom interview on Tuesday. “She has rough edges this time. She is a little angry,” Van Camp added with a smile. “This is the excitement that made me return to the Salon game. At first, we saw her as this wide-eyed agent in the movie. In order for her to return to the MCU, I think it must be completely different. , Because from her point of view, obviously in many ways, she has been wronged, has never been forgiven, and has been working.”

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The third episode of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” finds that Sharon is making a living away from her hometown of Madripoor, or as she calls it busy. She is a fictitious island in the Indonesian archipelago, described as “a naughty hive of scum and villains “. In Marvel Comics. Sharon pointed out that she could not talk to her family, and her father didn’t even know where she was.She has spent a few years since then civil war Hiding in the shadows, when Sam Wilson (Anthony McGee) interjected that they had to go underground too, Sharon pointed out that it had passed for them. She still lives this life. “It was. Yes. It’s a big difference,” Sharon said in episode 3.

VanCamp said: “Once you meet her in Madripoor, you will see her situation and see what she is doing.” “I do feel that her feelings are based. How things are going and how things are going In a sense, she felt a little bit cynical, maybe a little angry after being abandoned after having sacrificed a lot for the Avengers at that time.

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Emily VanCamp, Sharon Carter in “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier”
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“I remember and [The Falcon and the Winter Soldier creators] Nothing has even been written about it. When they came up with ideas, what was the content of the show and the new concept of the salon. This is very interesting to me.Because I play a role and like it, I really want to know, “Well, where did she go? What has she been doing?” And we never said specifically what she must do, but we definitely think she did not do it [been great]. “

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“She talked about her family and how she was not at home, and she paid a lot for these people.” “Why?” VanCamp added. “And I think this is the general mood when we see her again. Therefore, I am very happy that Sharon has this advantage, because I think it is earned. She has the right to feel how she feels in this series, and I don’t think anything different is of much significance. “

Although VanCamp talked to everyone in “Falcon” and “Winter Soldier”, the 34-year-old Canadian actress pointed out that she specifically talked with the Canadian director of “Falcon” and “Winter Soldier”, Carrie Sco. Kari Skogland has the most cooperation. They talked about the balance behavior when adding new clips and clips-“swaggering and rude and difficult characters,” VanCamp said-and did not completely abandon all the elements that existed in the salon.

VanCamp added: “It’s a good route for us to walk with Kari because we are cooperating on the spot.” “And it all depends on the character, her walking and fighting style, just trying to increase the number of people in the salon at the time.”

Speaking of her fighting style, Sharon showed some serious fighting skills in episode 3 of “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier”, dealing with a group of bounty hunters who hunted three men-Sam, Bucky Barnes ( Sebastian Stein), then return civil war The villain Helmut Zemo (Daniel Bruhl).

Van Camp said that she had a long-term collaboration with stunt double actor Jess Durham (Jess Durham), “came up these choreography and figured out what Sharon’s fighting style is now in Madripoor. This is very different from when you were an agent and all technical training, so this is an attempt to combine her technical background with the kind of rudimentary street style that may need to be developed on this basis. period.”

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Anthony Mackie, Emily VanCamp, Sebastian Stan, “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier”
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She does her best to participate in combat training because VanCamp is also part of the Fox medical drama “The Resident” (also the protagonist of Indian Disney + Hotstar), which was filmed at the same time as “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier.” “Whenever I leave, I go to various stunt warehouses [put up by Marvel for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier]”, VanCamp said.

“It’s very interesting. VanCamp smiled and said, this is a lot of training, a lot of frustration to cover up, “There are a lot of cuts. It took a while to figure it out, but once you figured out how to fight, you had to learn the order, which I found was really interesting. This is very challenging, especially when two projects are carried out at the same time, but I know it will be difficult to carry out this work, and I like it. awesome. “

Like Marvel, VanCamp is tight about his future in “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier.”Given that we don’t know much about the precious years between salons civil war And now, what about Sharon Carter’s prequel derivatives during his tenure at Madripoor? “That’s my business,” Van Camp said with a smile. Miracle, I hope you are listening.

Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar broadcast new episodes of “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier” every Friday until the series finale on April 23.