Daniel Bruhl Teases Epic Showdown Between Baron Zemo and Wakandans Warriors

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
April 07, 2021  12:45 PM

Fans are already expecting Baron Helmut Zemo to have problems with the Dora Milaje in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 4. After all, the previous episode concluded with Ayo announcing that she is after the villain. Not surprisingly, Zemo isn't giving up without a fight as Daniel Brühl teased an epic showdown between his character and the Wakandan warriors.

In Power Broker, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes helped Zemo escape prison so he could help them find who has been recreating the Super Soldier serum. Although they learned about Power Broker, they also discover it has a connection to the Flag-Smashers. When they follow the group to Latvia, Bucky realizes that Ayo has tracked them as well.

So why do the Wakandans want Zemo? We still don't know the reason but Brühl told Entertainment Weekly that the Dora Milaje won't stop until they get him.

"These are very intimidating warriors who are after me," Bruhl said. He then pointed out that although he was happy to be reunited with Captain America: Civil War co-star Florence Kasumba, her character is someone to fear. 

"As much as I enjoyed me, as in Daniel, seeing Florence again and talking to her — the only other German-speaking actor on the set — for Zemo, this is trouble. He should better watch out," Bruhl said.

It's no surprise that the Marvel Cinematic Universe actors are getting along fine while working together. On the other hand, their characters are set to battle it out in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 4.

The official title for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 4 has not yet been revealed. Nevertheless, the next episode is already set to premiere on Disney+ on April 9, 2021.

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