Exclusive Excerpt From THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER Collector's Special Book

Here we have a first look at the upcoming The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Collector Special book, including covers and an exclusive excerpt highlighting Emily VanCamp/Sharon Carter!

Titan Comics' upcoming guide to Marvel Studios' The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is due to hit retailers later this month, and we've got a first look at the covers. Titan was also kind enough to share with us an exclusive excerpt from the book highlighting Emily VanCamp and her role as Sharon Carter to celebrate the upcoming release!

Marvel's Falcon and the Winter Soldier Collector's Special is available for pre-order (CLICK HERE to order from Amazon.com). The 96 page hardcover book retails for $19.99 and is set to be released on December 21st. It's the perfect gift for fans of the show.


How did it feel to reprise the role of Sharon Carter?

I was really excited about it. I remember speaking with our producers, Zoie Nagelhout and Nate Moore, and they sort of had a different idea for Sharon. The thing about the movies is you’re trying to cram so much into two hours, so you don’t always get to fully explore the characters as you’re servicing the greater purpose of the film. Whereas with the TV show, we were able to delve a little bit deeper into Sharon’s psyche. She’s been gone for a long time, and it was really interesting to figure out where she’s been and what she’s up to now. I love playing Sharon, because making these movies and these shows is so much fun, so when I get the call, it’s always really exciting.

How would you describe Sharon’s state of mind when we first see her in the show?

We find Sharon in a pretty dark place – she’s been on the run since we last saw her in Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War. When we first see her, there’s a sense of bitterness at having had to flee, because she’s really had to fend for herself, and I think there’s a little bit of anger there. She’s a little bit tougher, a little more raw and rough around the edges – this is a totally different version of Sharon than we’ve seen in the films.

It was really interesting to explore this darker, more jaded side of her character and discover a different side to her, given that she has otherwise been filled with integrity.

What do you think makes Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes such a good double act?

They are such a bizarre duo, but it works. Even in the films, they’re so much fun to watch together and they have such great, unexpected, funny chemistry that brings that lighthearted humor [to the show]. Honestly, just working with the guys – they’re really funny in real life too! They were so much fun to work with and both had so much energy to give that it was just a blast to work on this show. Being the only girl in many of our scenes, it can [appear] slightly kind of “boys against girls” at times, I guess, but it wasn’t like that during filming! They accepted me into the crew, and it was a pleasure to work with them.

They’re both so talented.

The legacy of the shield weighs heavily on the heroes, doesn’t it?

I think they all have very different perspectives. Bucky has his thoughts and Sam has his thoughts. Sharon, obviously, is in this totally different state of mind and is disheartened toward the shield at this point. I think she’s stopped believing so much in the Super Hero [world], since she has had to fend for herself for so long.

So there’s very different perspectives going on, but I think the general theme is that there’s a lot of unrest in the world and everyone’s dealing with it totally differently.

How would you sum up Sharon’s take on the new Captain America, John Walker?

She thinks it’s pretty funny, to be honest. She’s quite cynical, and so the whole idea of Super Heroes existing at this point is to her, I think, a bit of a joke. It’s so sad, because when we see her in the films, she’s so unbelievably loyal to the cause, but now, she’s just kind of like, “Well, what are these [Super Heroes] all about? What does it all mean?”

What a catch to have Wyatt Russell in this show! He’s such a talent and he brings so much to the table.




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