Marvel’s ‘Civil War’ enlists Daniel Brühl to play movie’s villain

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Marvel’s ‘Civil War’ enlists Daniel Brühlto play movie’s villain

“Captain America: First Avenger” rushed a sense of a spindly recruit’s big bold heart worthy to energize a transformed modern warrior’s physique during the cinematic origins of Steve Rogers. An action-thriller’s rush overwhelmed movie-goers attendant at a theater’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” showing this past summer. 2016-bound, Captain America’s franchise gains a caliber of “Rush” toting multi-awards nominations and actor bearance of Daniel Brühl.

A villain that will implode the binding Avenger ties between Captain America and Iron Man prerequisites its portrayer to embody legendary demeanor just as much as the heroes. Probably the Golden Globe, SAG, Critic’s Choice and BAFTA nominee reasons Marvel Entertainment signed Bruhl of “Inglorious Basterds” and “Rush” fame.

Or as closer to likely Producer Kevin Feige cites on the press release,

“With Daniel’s ability to deliver intense, nuanced performances, we knew we had found yet another great actor to share the screen with some of our biggest heroes.”

Brühl wrestled with the embodiment of a gutsy legend via the “Rush” role for Formula 1 superstar Niki Lauda to critical acclaim in-step with “Thor” star Chris Hemsworth playing Lauda’s acutely keynote rival James Hunt . Now the Spanish-born actor will be cast alongside two more stars in Marvel’s universe, Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. in the ambitious take of writer Mark Millar’s comic book miniseries.

Where “Winter Soldier” adapted the comics source material written by Matt Fraction, “Civil War” will follow suit for the Phase 3 installment for Captain America.

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