While on breaks from Everwood, Van Camp starred in a few film projects, including the thrillers No Good Deed and A Different Loyalty as well as Rings, a horror short film that bridges the events between The Ring and The Ring Two and ties directly into her appearance in the opening scene of the latter film.Van Camp filmed the post-apocalyptic horror film Carriers in the summer of 2006.The following year saw the release of her first theatrical feature, the lesbian-themed drama Lost and Delirious, in which she played a supporting role as Jessica Paré's sister, and another television guest spot on an episode of the short-lived medical horror series All Souls, where she played a hit and run victim with spinal trauma.Van Camp also had roles in the miniseries Dice, directed by Rachel Talalay and in the TV film Redeemer, directed by Graeme Clifford, which aired in early 2002.She started taking acting classes on Saturdays, found an agent and, after working on a couple of commercials, was cast in the second part of the three-part season 7 premiere of the Canadian children's horror anthology television series Are You Afraid of the Dark? Her character was present in one scene and spoke no dialogue, playing opposite a 17-year-old Elisha Cuthbert.
Van Camp co-starred in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Sharon Carter, a potential loyal friend of Chris Evans' titular hero and the niece of the previous film's love interest Peggy Carter, played by Hayley Atwell.Van Camp also starred in the two-part TV film Ben Hur, the latest adaptation of Lew Wallace's 1880 novel.Van Camp starred in Hallmark Hall of Fame film Beyond the Blackboard, based on the true story of teacher Stacey Bess, whom Van Camp portrays. She was then cast as Amanda Clarke/Emily Thorne in the ABC drama Revenge, which was given a series order in May 2011."I really feel like Rebecca has run her course," Van Camp, 24, tells the magazine. It's a big risk for me to take."See photos from Van Camp, whose character suffered a miscarriage last season, believes her departure will lead to more storylines for her on-screen husband, Justin (Dave Annable)."I've been doing this for a very long time and other opportunities have presented themselves that I haven't been able to do. "With such a huge cast, all I'm doing is opening up more time for them," she says.