Emily VanCamp Speculates On Agent 13′s Future With CAPTAIN AMERICA
Before we get into this article I want to preface it with there are some minor SPOILERS in this article. So, if you have not seen Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and are looking to go into it spoiler free, I suggest you stop reading right here.
While at the premiere for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, MTV New caught up with Agent 13 herself Emily VanCamp. There, they talked a little bit about the film and, once again dropped a few spoilers from the film, like the fact that in the movie Steve Rogers doesn’t find out that Agent 13 is indeed Sharon Carter.
However, VanCamp did speculate on where we might see Agent 13 in Captain America 3. She admitted that she has no idea where her relationship with Captain America is heading. But she has read the comics and knows the two get involved romantically and would like to explore that in future movie.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a mere one week away, so we only have to hang on for a little bit longer. The film is already tracking huge numbers at the box-office, which isn’t a surprise. Check out the video and quotes below, and check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest on Captain America.
“They’re just planting the seeds for this character. Marvel likes to sprinkle little bits for the fans. Anyone who is a ‘Captain America’ fan will know that Agent 13 is Sharon Carter. The fact that Cap doesn’t know that yet is very interesting, and a fun little thing for them to play with. When we first see her, we see something in her brewing for Cap. There’s a tremendous amount of respect and love for him in the comic books, but this is where that respect and switch turns on. This is where she says, ‘I’m on your side.’ That was very fun.”
“Where it’s going, I have no idea. I love Sharon Carter and Captain America’s relationship within the comic books, and there are so many different versions of that. Where it’s headed, I have no idea, but I think it would be great if it gets explored.”
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Source : MTV