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Entertainment 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' star Emily VanCamp says the big reveal about her character 'made perfect sense'

07:45  28 april  2021
07:45  28 april  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Emily VanCamp said that her character Sharon Carter being the Power Broker " made perfect sense ." "It is very fitting that she was hurt and scorned and went rogue," the actress told Marvel.com. Emily VanCamp on episode six of " The Falcon and the Winter Soldier ."Eli Adé/. There were hints all season long that Sharon was the often-referenced but never seen Power Broker. Suspicions were confirmed on the season one finale and it was revealed that Sharon actually met and trained Flag Smasher leader Karli Morgenthau (Erin Kellyman) in Madripoor.

Emily VanCamp , who plays Sharon Carter, shared For her to be thriving the way she is, it makes sense for her to be this intimidating, bigger version and for her to put on this display for All episodes of Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and The Winter Soldier are now streaming exclusively on Disney+!

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"The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" star Emily VanCamp is weighing in on her character Sharon Carter's new identity as the Power Broker.

"When I found out that Sharon is in fact the Power Broker, it made perfect sense," the actress said in a new interview with Marvel.com. "It really solidifies what all of this means for Sharon."

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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier 's Emily VanCamp says viewers will see a new side of Sharon Carter in the series. The new Disney+ show marks VanCamp 's return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe after appearances in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War. It's unclear how many episodes Sharon will appear in. Her future in the MCU also remains unknown, though it's possible Marvel is waiting to see how The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is received before making a decision. Anthony Mackie recently suggested the studio might take that approach with his

Emily VanCamp 's Sharon Carter will also return, though the former CIA agent is now a fugitive thanks to her actions in Captain America: Civil War. During a recent interview with E! Online, Emily VanCamp was asked if viewers can expect the same number of twists and turns from The Falcon and The Winter Soldier . There are multiple levels to Falcon and Winter Soldier that I think people will appreciate." The Falcon and The Winter Soldier sounds like something special alright, and while Marvel Studios hasn't revealed very much in the trailers for the series, it sounds like we can expect some big twists

VanCamp, who made her debut in 2014's "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," said that Sharon (the niece of S.H.I.E.L.D. cofounder Peggy Carter) becoming the mysterious overlord in Madripoor was a natural progression for the character.

After Sharon helped Steve Rogers/Captain America (Chris Evans) and his team in "Captain America: Civil War," she was forced to go on the run from the government. When fans see her again in "TFATWS," she's a seemingly new person with a grittier fighting style and tougher disposition.

Daniel Bruhl, Anthony Mackie, Emily VanCamp posing for the camera: Daniel Brühl, Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, and Emily VanCamp on episode three of © Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios Daniel Brühl, Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, and Emily VanCamp on episode three of "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier." Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios

Though the Disney Plus series didn't fill in all the gaps between "Civil War" and "TFATWS," fans got the sense that Sharon had some hostility.

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VanCamp exclaims, “Based on what some of these other characters have done, and have successfully been pardoned [for], I think it’s shocking she ’s still on the run, that she ’s still this fugitive, living in Madripoor, dealing in stolen art. VanCamp totally hears us. “I can’t talk about anything,” she says , “but I do love the theories swirling around.” Lastly we asked VanCamp about the future of The Resident and another reboot of Revenge. In regards to a Resident Season 5, there is no word yet. The actress who played Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke for 89 episodes on ABC’s thriller series Revenge also tells

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 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

Based on the events of the films that followed "Civil War," it seems like Sharon was largely overlooked and disregarded after helping the heroes. She couldn't even get a government pardon, despite the legacy of her family name.

"We're meeting this whole new version of her, and this kind of character, unfortunately, is the sad product of the series of events where she was abandoned and left to her own devices," VanCamp said. "It is very fitting that she was hurt and scorned and went rogue."

Emily VanCamp looking at the camera: Emily VanCamp on episode six of © Eli Adé/ Emily VanCamp on episode six of "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier." Eli Adé/

There were hints all season long that Sharon was the often-referenced but never seen Power Broker. Suspicions were confirmed on the season one finale and it was revealed that Sharon actually met and trained Flag Smasher leader Karli Morgenthau (Erin Kellyman) in Madripoor.

In a standoff with Karli and a mercenary named Batroc (Georges St-Pierre), Sharon killed both antagonists who knew she was the Power Broker. Meanwhile, Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) still have no idea about Sharon's secret identity.

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Sharon created the Super Soldiers because she wanted to take revenge on a system that had wronged her ; Karli and the others, meanwhile, wanted to "fix" the world (which is why they went on the run). The former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent is able to keep her secret safe by gunning down both Karli When and where she 'll return remains to be seen, but Sharon being the Power Broker is sure to factor into the espionage side of Captain America and Bucky's future adventures (we're definitely banking on a second season). What did you think about The Falcon and The Winter Soldier 's big Power Broker reveal ?

‘ Falcon and the Winter Soldier ’ Star Emily VanCamp on Sharon Carter Finally Being Unleashed. 08 April 2021. “ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier ” has reached the midpoint of its six-episode arc, which seems as good a time as any to take stock of what Marvel and specifically showrunner Malcolm Spellman have laid out.

The end-credits scene of the season one finale showed Sharon finally getting pardoned and being offered her old job.

Emily VanCamp smiling for the camera: Emily VanCamp on episode six of © Marvel/Disney Emily VanCamp on episode six of "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier." Marvel/Disney

The concluding scene showed her getting on the phone with an undisclosed person and saying: "Start lining up our buyers. Super Soldiers might be off the menu, but we're about to have full access to government secrets, prototype weapons, you name it. Should be something for everyone."

It's unclear what exactly Sharon's goal is, but season one of "TFATWS" lays the groundwork for future appearances in the MCU.

One persistent fan theory is that the Sharon seen on "TFATWS" is actually a Skrull.

The shape-shifters made their MCU debut in 2019's "Captain Marvel" and popped up again in end-credits scenes of "Spider-Man: Far From Home" and "WandaVision."

A Skrull was also spotted in the trailer for the upcoming Disney Plus series "Loki." Plus, Marvel has a show in the works that's centered on Skrulls, titled "Secret Invasion."

Sharon could show up again in "Secret Invasion" or the fourth "Captain America" movie that's reportedly in the works. Fans could also see the return of Sharon if "TFATWS" gets renewed for a second season.

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