Zemo gets a cool new look in this Captain America: Civil War concept art!
New concept art from Captain America: Civil War puts the spotlight on Daniel Bruhl’s villainous Helmut Zemo.
Captain America: Civil War introduced audiences to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s take on Baron Zemo, a classic comic book villain who made his debut in the pages of 1964’s The Avengers #4. Earlier this week, Andy Park shared a never-before-seen piece of Civil War concept art, showing Zemo with his iconic mask, which didn’t make it into the movie. Now, Park has revealed another unused look for the villain.
The Captain America: Civil War concept by Andy Park shows Daniel Bruh’s Zemo fully suited up and ready for action, with the character wearing a mask and wielding a massive sword. You can check it out below.
What do you think of this Captain America: Civil War artwork? Are you disappointed that Zemo never wore a mask in the movie? Sound-off in the comments!
Daniel Bruhl’s Zemo will next be seen in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Here’s the official synopsis for the Disney Plus series:
Following the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” Sam Wilson/Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) team up in a global adventure that tests their abilities—and their patience—in Marvel Studios’ “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.”
Directed by Kari Skogland from scripts written by showrunner Malcolm Spellman and Derek Kolstad, the series stars Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson / Falcon, Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes / The Winter Soldier, Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter, Daniel Brühl as Baron Helmut Zemo, and Wyatt Russell as John Walker / U.S. Agent. Actors Desmond Chiam, Miki Ishikawa, Noah Mills, and Carl Lumbly have also been cast.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will premiere exclusively on Disney Plus. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood regarding Zemo, Captain America: Civil War and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more content!
Source: Andy Park
Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he’s not playing video games, he’s usually writing about film and television.