Prior to the release of Falk and winter soldier, a popular fantasy theory set the Internet on fire when Marvel believers discussed in detail the mask Baron Zemo (Daniel Brühl) was put to wear. The purple mask with lines running across the face quickly made comparisons with Thanos, with some suggesting that Zemo would start wearing the mask in an attempt to spot Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) for losing to Food Titan during Avengers: Infinity War. As it turns out, the theory is nothing more than a theory in which the series’ showlunner Malcolm Spellman confirms that it has nothing to do with the Eternal.
“It’s his story when he was in the military,”
As we all saw in the season finale, Zemo was taken to The Raft to omit his remaining days – until, of course, he breaks out at some point in the future when Marvel finally decides to make a Thunderbolts project. Although the series clearly lays the groundwork for the villainous team-up, Marvel producer Nate Moore says the group was never in the plans.
“The honest truth is, no,” Moore said Weekly entertainment last month. “Not because we do not think they are cool, because they are, but because we have already felt that there was so much on the table in this series that we did not even then want to introduce a group of characters or reintroduce people who we’ve seen it before and shoot the story. “
“The more characters you produce, the more you have to service them,” he added. “And then we had not had time to maybe go home with Sam and Bucky to Louisiana or do some of these things. That on a character
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