Anyone who has seen up to episode 3 of Falcon and the Winter Soldier knows Baron Zemo not only returned but that he stole the show with his charm and some sick dance moves. Unfortunately for fans, his stylish routine only lasts a few seconds. This didn’t have to be the cause, though, at least according to the character’s actor.
In an interview with the EW, Daniel Bruhl revealed not only that he improvised Baron Zemo’s dance, but that there was actually more to it.
I felt the beat and was like, Zemo has been sitting in a dodgy German prison cell for years. So, he needs to let off some steam and show his moves. I was 100 percent sure that they would cut it out. I was really surprised and happy that they kept it. It was a long dance. There’s more to it, but they cut this little moment.
The news that there is possibly more of Bruhl getting funky has sent fans into a frenzy that almost rivals the fever to get the Snyder Cut of Justice League released. You can see some examples of fan responses on Twitter below.
While it is unlikely that Marvel will follow suit with a four hour extended cut of Baron Zemo dancing, fans can at least be satisfied with the fact that there will be more opportunities to see the character’s surprising charisma as the show continues.
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