The dance of the moment
It’s funny but coming from Marvel it wouldn’t even have to surprise us. We refer to the fact that one of the most viral scenes (not to say the most) of his latest television proposal, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, be that of a villain dancing in a disco.
That point light and something comical in his plots that he UCM he always prints to release his stories from a more serious burden (thus managing to balance his story much better to fit in with all kinds of audiences) is just what is achieved with this sequence, in which we can see Baron Zemo in the middle of the dance floor of a Madripoor nightclub marking some of the most sympathetic movements.
As we say, the scene has been a success, it has become meat memes And it is one of the moments of the series, to such an extent that a few days ago Marvel Studios launched an hour-long video on its YouTube channel in which you can see the villain repeating the same steps over and over again.
Not only that. Now we have found Brühl giving a short interview for a Latin channel in which he talks about his dance again, he explains Where are you from And, best of all, he does it in Spanish, a language that the actor masters to perfection.
Interview with Daniel Brühl
It was through the Movies channel with Jovanny that we got to this little talk given by the actor who is in charge of giving life to Helmut Zemo. At the interview, Brühl talks about his famous purple mask – have you ever wondered why Marvel likes purple so much to represent the side of evil? – about how happy he feels to have returned to this character from a different perspective than the one we saw in Civil War and, of course, about the dance that has become so famous.
You will discover that the idea of dancing was totally improvised by the actor and neither he himself trusted that those responsible for the series would finally keep the sequence to broadcast it. To their surprise, not only did they do it, but their occurrence has become one of the key moments in fiction.
Surely you also appreciate listening to Daniel speaking Spanish (and so fluently and correctly). This is so because the actor is of Spanish mother and in fact was born in Barcelona. We know that he moved to Berlin very young – he has Spanish and German nationality – but he has always remained in contact and coming to Spain for vacations, something that is undoubtedly appreciated for his fantastic command of Spanish.
Did you know this curiosity about the actor? Did you imagine that the dance had been improvisation?