New Disney Plus Poster Features Zemo and Sharon Carter
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier boasts another amazing piece of poster art…
As the season progresses, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier dives deeper into Marvel Cinematic Universe mythology.
And, as the campaign continues, some of the tell-tale teases from media before the show’s premiere begin to pay off.
Let's get to work 🙌 Check out the third in a series of posters inspired by Marvel Studios' The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Artist credit to @bellagraceart. Stream the second episode of the Original Series now on @DisneyPlus. #FalconAndWinterSoldier pic.twitter.com/OdZn0OPrHZ
— The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (@falconandwinter) March 31, 2021
We get a bit of that here, as Marvel Studios posts a new poster featuring Zemo looming large over a globe-spanning scene, including an American skyline and a very European setting.
Bucky and Sam are, for once, not staring at each other. And while ominous helicopters hover over one side of the piece, Sharon Carter gives new hope on the other.
Speaking of “A New Hope,” the masked Zemo has a very Darth Vader feel as he overlooks the scene.
Or, perhaps, are these eyes more reminiscent of F. Scott Fitzerald’s all-knowing “T.J. Eckelberg” or Daisy’s disembodied eyes on Cugat’s book jacket for The Great Gatsby?
Am I comparing the third episode of a Disney+ series to either the seminal Star Wars or The Great Gatsby? No. No, I am not.
However, I think whoever [answer below] designed the new poster had a similar symbol in mind – something sinister (or untethered), watching everything, owning the upper hand.
Meanwhile, Disney Plus’ latest trailer also teases Carter and Zemo.
Symbol | Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and The Winter Soldier | Disney+
I am really hoping for some “hope” in the next episode. That episode will be here in just two sleeps!
Meanwhile, the artist behind the art spoke up on social.
Check out this official poster I made for @disneyplus @thefalconandthewintersoldiertv thanks to the wonderful @theposterposse ✨
— Bella Grace (@bellagraceart) March 31, 2021
By the way, the first two posters in the series (by other artists) are below:
I gotta say I like the latest the best. But what about you? Which poster hits you hardest? Let us know in the comments below!