The Canadian actress might just reprise her role as Sharon Cartel, a character she had last played in 2016's "Captain America: Civil War." If negotiations go well, she could be once again play opposite Daniel Bruhl, who was also in the 2016 Marvel Universe blockbuster.
Sharon Carter is back in the Marvel Universe. According to US sources, actress Emily VanCamp could once again don her superhero suit, three years after playing the role in 2016's "Captain America: Civil War."
The Canadian actress would thus be reunited with Daniel Bruhl, who played Zemo, her character's antagonist, in the 2016 film. The pair will be directed by Kari Skogland, who directed a number of Hulu's acclaimed "The Handmaid's Tale" series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The "Falcon and Winter Soldier" series would tell the story of the two characters, as played respectively by Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, who last appeared together in "Avengers: Endgame" as Captain America (played by Chris Evans) surrendered the shield to the Falcon, therefore conferring his title to him.
Of the two actors, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige told The Hollywood Reporter: "They have great chemistry. You will see much more of that chemistry and learn much more about both of them."
The "Falcon and Winter Soldier" series is one of many series being developed by the Marvel studios for the upcoming Disney+ streaming platform, alongside "WandaVision" with Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany coming back to their roles. A "Hawkeye" series with Jeremy Renner is also in the works, as well as a Loki vehicle, starring Tom Hiddleston.
Disney's platform is set to launch on November 12, but no release dates have been announced for the different series yet.