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By Holly Feb 25, 2017 Films Gallery Update

I have added captures of Emily from her appearance in Captain America: Civil War to the image gallery.

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By Jennifer Aug 23, 2014 Films Gallery Update

I have updated our photo gallery with 1,082 screen captures of Emily VanCamp from the films “Ben Hur” and “Norman”.

Thanks to Tori from emilythorne.org and madeleinestowe.org for doing the captures for us!

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By Jennifer Aug 01, 2014 Films Gallery Update

I have updated our photo gallery with 104 blu-ray quality screen captures of Emily VanCamp from the movie “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”!

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By Jennifer Apr 09, 2014 Films News

Following the record-breaking opening of Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the studio has announced today that a third film will hit U.S. theaters on May 6, 2016.

According to USA Today, ‘Winter Soldier’ pulled in $96.2 million at the box office from its opening over The Past weekend.

Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Solider is set after the cataclysmic events in New York with The Avengers, Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and finds Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, living quietly in Washington, D.C. and trying to adjust to the modern world. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to put the world at risk. Joining forces with the Black Widow, Captain America struggles to expose the ever-widening conspiracy while fighting off professional assassins sent to silence him at every turn. When the full scope of the villainous plot is revealed, Captain America and the Black Widow enlist the help of a new ally, the Falcon. However, they soon find themselves up against an unexpected and formidable enemy-the Winter Soldier.

Based on the ever-popular Marvel comic book series, first published in 1941, Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is produced by Kevin Feige, directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, from a screenplay by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, and stars Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Cobie Smulders, Frank Grillo, Emily VanCamp and Hayley Atwell, with Robert Redford as Alexander Pierce and Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury.


By Jennifer Feb 02, 2014 Films Videos

Second official “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” trailer featured in the UK.

By Jennifer Oct 24, 2013 Films Videos

The first trailer for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” has just been released! Check it out below.

By Jennifer Jul 21, 2013 Films News

For just about every year since the introduction of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with 2008?s Iron Man, Marvel Studios president and producer Kevin Feige has brought countless untold delights to the San Diego Comic-con audience, and this Saturday was no exception with the Captain America: The Winter Soldier panel. The Nerdist’s Chris Hardwick moderated the Marvel panel.

Feige noted that footage is about a week away from completion and then introduced directors Joe & Anthony Russo, SHIELD newcomers Frank Grillo and Emily VanCamp, (returning SHIELD agent Maria Hill) Cobie Smulders, Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson (the Falcon), Sebastian Stan, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, and of course returning as Captain America/Steve Rogers, Chris Evans.

Evans said he’s feeling more comfortable putting the Cap suit back on and is satisfied that Marvel knows what they’re doing. He thinks Captain America is still struggling with societal differences between the clear-cut villains of the ’40s and modern threats, who compromise personal freedoms. Johansson said Black Widow is integral to the plot of Winter Soldier, and she feels that Romanoff and Rogers now have a shorthand, a relationship built up from many missions, and the film allows a chance to see the civilian side of Natasha. Johanssen described the film as “gritty” and as having a lot of fighting. Evans says their characters’ relationships are like an odd couple.

Jackson said that Nick Fury considers the Avengers as co-workers, subordinates, tools sometimes, and Fury shares a relationship with Captain America in that they’re both soldiers. Fury has a good idea of what’s going on around him, but his paranoia often causes him to use back channels to confirm the evil people are up to.

Stan (Bucky/Winter Soldier) is happy this story is being told, and confirmed the surprise of the film is when Cap’n discovers that the Winter Soldier was his old buddy Bucky Barnes. Anthony Mackie described his character Sam Wilson/The Falcon, as “having wings and guns, handing’ out business.” Feige said he hired the Russos on their impressive past accomplishments in television and film. The Russos agreed that this project is the best they’ve ever had.

Feige presented a clip in which Captain America is ambushed in a glass elevator by several thugs, yet handily dispatches them all in a badass battle. Also featured in a montage of scenes from the film was Robert Redford as the President of the United States, and impressive footage of the massive Helicarrier crashing into the ocean.

Smulders said in the film, SHIELD is trying to find its place in the new post-aliens post-Avengers world. VanCamp was intimidated at first playing new character Agent 13, along with Frank Grillo, but neither of them can reveal too much about their characters at this time.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier hits theaters on April 4, 2014.


By Jennifer Jul 20, 2013 Films Interviews

Awaiting Marvel’s big panel at San Diego Comic-Con later tonight, Emily VanCamp, Frank Grillo and Anthony Mackie sat down with Movies.com just moments ago to discuss their roles in the anticipated Marvel sequel, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. While VanCamp unintentionally confirms her Agent 13 character’s identity to be Sharon Carter, which prior knowledge already implied, Grillo insists we won’t see Brock Rumlow become Crossbones in this film, and Mackie talks about the the Falcon & Cap’s relationship, praising Chris Evans’ performance & the film’s directors.

After being pressed about playing Sharon Carter, which she “can’t confirm,” Emily VanCamp says, “When we meet her, Kate (?), she is Captain America’s neighbor and they’re sort of hitting it off a little bit. That’s really the extent of what I can say. What happens next, you’ll just have to go see the movie.” On duo directors Anthony & Joe Russo, Emily says, “When I met with them, [they] talked about incorporating an element of a 70s thriller-style. I thought that was really interesting, grounded and rooted in a reality that you could actually envision these things happening right now. Which I think makes it that much more interesting to watch because you’re sort of participating with it rather just watching something heighten. I thought that was really appealing,” Emily concludes. Regarding “Kate,” it could likely be another code name.

“People out there have assumed a lot of stuff before they’ve seen anything [from the movie],” says Frank Grillo when asked if we’ll see Brock Rumlow become Crossbones in the sequel. “There’s an origin, or arc, to the character that might not take place now. It might go on. The whole mask and costume thing, it’s absurd.” On the Russo brothers, Frank Grillo says, “They brought an authenticity and the 70s film comparisons really good and they wanted to make it as real as possible. There’s nothing outlandish or illogical about anything that anyone did. I think it all kind of made sense… even the stuff with [superhero action].”

“What we’ve done with the Falcon in the movie is build a relationship with Captain just like it is in the comic books,” says Anthony Mackie. “If you look at it, their relationship is sort of more comrades and buddies than it is Batman and Robin, or working partners. So, it’s just more of me giving Rumlow a good ass-whooping every now and then,” laughs Mackie. “Rumlow does not get his ass whooped,” Grillo jokingly fires back. He continues, “It doesn’t roll like that… Rumlow’s not a bad guy. Here’s the other thing, people think conceptually about bad and good. I think this movie moves away from that; it’s more two ideologies. It’s less bad guy and good guy, which makes this movie different than a lot of the other superhero movies.”

Dubbing the Captain America sequel “The Avengers 1.5 meets Jason Bourne,” Anthony Mackie adds that, “Chris [Evans] was really able to really hone in and give an amazing performance (still) as Captain America, having done so many scenes with him. [He has] grounded him in this reality that we all live in today and not so much play him as a character of himself; not like ‘oh I’ve never heard of the internet’,” Mackie says in a stocky superhero voice. “[Chris] really made [Cap] an actual guy that you can relate to.” Concerning the Russo brothers’ realistic approach, Anthony says, “I think the action sequences are amazing. I feel like even though [the Russos] are known for comedy, they were able to bring a lightness and… there’s so much action in the movie, because it is a superhero movie, they were able to give those moments to take a breath and get story before you go back into it. They’re very good with story, character development, and good with giving you exposition without knowing you’re getting exposition. And I feel like that’s really difficult in these type of movies.”