WATCH: Emily VanCamp, Adepero Oduye, & Daniel Brühl Talk ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ on ‘The Morning Show’

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Global TV’s The Morning Show had some special guests from Marvel’s hit miniseries The Falcon and The Winter Soldier today — Emily VanCamp, Adepero Oduye and Daniel Brühl!

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier follows the story of Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson and Sebastian Stan’s Bucky Barnes in the wake of the events that took place in Avengers: Endgame. The two must team up on a global adventure that tests both their skills and their patience with one another. Two familiar faces in the series include VanCamp’s Sharon Carter and Brühl’s Helmut Zemo, both of whom have not been seen since Captain America: Civil War. Meanwhile, Oduye has been a wonderful addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, portraying Sam’s sister Sarah.

The cast of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier has been busy doing interviews throughout the past few weeks, but this one in particular was quite fun, as The Morning Show asked the trio a series of quickfire questions in relation to the series. Watch the full video below.

The conversation opened with Bruhl discussing his character Helmut Zemo’s ambiguous nature, which is fun for him to portray. Meanwhile, Oduye confirmed that her real life brothers were indeed impressed to learn about the new fictional addition to their family — Sam Wilson. VanCamp said that she was glad to have the opportunity to revisit Sharon Carter and address what has happened in the years that she’s been gone. After this introduction, the fun began.

When asked if they would take the Super Soldier serum in real life if given the opportunity, Brühl channeled his inner Zemo as he had zero hesitation in quickly responding, “No.” Oduye agreed with him as well, but VanCamp leaned toward the other side of the spectrum as she deliberated and said, “Sure, why not?” Beyond the serum, if given the chance to have super strength, speed, or the ability to fly, all three of them would choose flying.

A la Steve Rogers’ notebook, if they needed to give music recommendations to someone waking up from the ice today, Oduye would put together a mixtape with BTS, Jay-Z, and Donny Hathway. Brühl, on the other hand, would suggest a track called “Run Run Run” by Yeah But No.

And finally, the burning question — would they have followed in Sam Wilson’s footsteps and given Steve Rogers’ shield back to the government, too? VanCamp said that as Sharon, yes, because her character is so frustrated and angry. Brühl said no, because it would be too intimidating to hold the shield.

The finale of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will premiere exclusively on Disney+ next Friday, April 23. In the meantime, make sure to follow along with our episodic recaps, reviews, theories, and more, as well as our recent interview with series composer Henry Jackman.

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