Captain America: Civil War is currently the only Marvel movie in production, with shooting taking place in Atlanta. The studio already confirmed several main cast members when filming got under way back in April. Earlier today, actress Leslie Bibb, who starred as Vanity Fair reporter Christine Everhart in Iron Man and Iron Man 2, shared a photo on her Instagram account today, which teases that she may be reprising her role as the journalist in Captain America: Civil War. Here's her brief message that accompanied the photo.
"everheart...fun day at work today... #marvel"
It's possible that she is reprising her Christina Everheart role for a different Marvel project, but we're not sure what that could be. As far as we know, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 hasn't started production yet, and it isn't known if Marvel's A.K.A. Jessica Jones is still in production or not. Other than those two TV projects, it isn't known what else Leslie Bibb could be returning for besides Captain America: Civil War, unless there is some sort of a secret Marvel One-Shot project that we don't know about yet.
It's worth noting that, in the comic books, Christine Everheart originally worked for The Daily Bugle, and since we know the new Spider-Man (Tom Holland) will be present in Captain America: Civil War, it's possible that Leslie Bibb's character may now be working for the Daily Bugle. Marvel apparently switched Everheart's job from The Daily Bugle to Vanity Fair because, at the time, Sony owned the rights to The Daily Bugle and all things Spider-Man. It's possible that now they want to bring the character back to establish her properly in the MCU. Of course, this is all speculation at this point, but you can take a look at the actress' photo and let us know what you think.