'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier': How to watch Daniel Bruhl's full dance scene? Fans say 'release Zemo Cut'

Fans are demanding Marvel to release the full footage of Baron Zemo's dancing that featured in the recent episode of 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier'

                            'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier': How to watch Daniel Bruhl's full dance scene? Fans say 'release Zemo Cut'
Daniel Bruh as Baron Zemo in 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' (Disney+)

‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ is undoubtedly the biggest TV show in the world right now and is turning out to be a massive success for Marvel as well as Disney+. The latest miniseries to hit the streaming platform has generous doses of action, emotions and Easter eggs that perfectly sets the tone for what promises to be a humdinger of a series.

The first three episodes have been really satisfying. The series never shies away from taking Marvel Cinematic Universe in bold new directions and treats the fans with spellbinding moments. However, the recent episode sent the viewers into a frenzy after they saw Baron Zemo (Daniel Bruh) showing off his moves on the dance floor. In Episode 3, titled ‘Power Broker’, Zemo was broken out of jail by Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) in order to get information about the super soldiers. The duo meets Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and they embark on a journey to meet Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp).


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The trio ends up in Madripoor's High Town, attending a gallery party hosted by Carter and get in contact with her to get some information. There, Zemo shows off his dance moves.


After the episode aired on Disney+, the actor spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the particular scene and revealed that he danced much longer than the split-second fans saw. He also revealed that his dance completely improvised in the heat of the moment.

“It's so hysterical. [That moment] was improvised when I saw the crowd dancing, going loco. 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. Let's go for it. Still, I was 100 percent sure that they would cut it out [of the show]. 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,” Bruhl told the media outlet.

Daniel Bruhl in 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' (Marvel/YouTube)

Fans demand Marvel to ‘release Zemo Cut’

As soon as the interview surfaced online, fans did not leave any stone unturned to put pressure on Marvel to release the entire footage of Zemo’s dance. Over the course of last week, the hashtag #ReleaseTheZemoCut started trending on Twitter where fans demanded to see more of Zemo’s dancing. 

One of the fans wrote, “WE MUST SEE THE EXTENDED DANCE SCENE. #ReleaseTheZemoCut.” Another twitter wrote, “I can’t believe there’s more footage of Zemo dancing just lying around at marvel’s studios. RELEASE THE FULL CUT COWARDS. @MarvelStudios #ReleaseTheZemoCut.”  
Another user believed that it is important for humankind to see the full dance. He wrote, “#ReleaseTheZemoCut it's important for humanity's sake that we see his full dance.”




“Now THIS, I can get on board with. Give us the FULL dance sequence,” another user said. “This is the first time I’ve ever encouraged a ‘cut’ to be released and those sweet Zemo dance moves need to be seen. It’s imperative to the storyline,” wrote another one.



Meanwhile, a dedicated social media user went one step ahead and made several videos of Bruhl’s Baron Zemo dancing to every song possible.


What happened in Episode 3? 

Sam and Bucky do the unexpected and break Baron Zemo out of prison. The duo hopes that Zemo’s experience in hunting super soldiers will help them in tracking down the Flag Smashers. 

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