Emily VanCamp, who plays Sharon Carter, comments on how Captain America influenced her criminal behavior in Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
Since the last episode of The Falcon and Winter Soldier released last Friday, fans have speculated about the nature of the relationship between Sharon Carter / Agent 13 and Steve Rogers / Captain America. The ex-SHIELD agent’s demeanor has significantly changed from a hero working side by side with the Avengers to someone who might be embracing Madripoor’s criminal culture as an art thief.
Sharon was last seen in Captain America: Civil War, where the former spy helped Sam Wilson, Bucky Barners, and Steve get their gear back to fight the opposing Avengers and Zemo, meaning he was breaking the Sokovia Accords. However, despite her current difficulties and the role she played in them, she is not specifically angry at Captain America. “I think it is more anger against the establishment and the government,” he said. TheWrap.
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“She sacrificed a lot and ran away, but I think the punishment isn’t necessarily appropriate for it. It doesn’t really fit the crime here,” he continued. “All the other people have been forgiven and, you see, she has a chip on her shoulder. It was important that we address that and not pass it on as if nothing happened. And that was something we talked about very early when they talked back to Sharon. It was like, okay, that would be great. But how? And where has he been, what has he been doing? “
Directed by Kari Skogland, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier stars Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Emily VanCamp, Wyatt Russell, Noah Mills, Carl Lumbly, and Daniel Brühl. New episodes air on Fridays.
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