There is an amazing amount of gripping material to be explored with the Winter Soldier, including his past as a Soviet Agent that can easily tie into the back story of Natasha Romanov. Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada teased huge things coming for the Black Widow post “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” and while a solo turn would be great, her story could also easily continue in a Bucky Barnes-headlining film. Quite simply, for a character who’s been a modern comics staple for less than a decade, there is so much choice Winter Soldier material to explore that a movie spinning out of the events of the new “Captain America” film would be a natural narrative progression. -
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I’m getting pretty tired of the suggestion that a “co-lead” position in a movie headlining a dude is an acceptable substitute for a Black Widow movie, from fellow fans and from Kevin Feige. All that gripping material about dark pasts, Soviet spies, and red ledgers is territory Natasha owned before Bucky got there, on the big screen and in the funny books. Why not continue the Winter Soldier plotline in her film? Why is the “natural narrative progression” the other way around?
and can we stop pretending that her story continuing is the same thing as her headlining? it’s not. it’s not at all.
But Natasha is the only one who mines her own vulnerability. She’s the only one who makes it into a performance. And there’s something radical in acknowledging that feminine vulnerability as a performative, as something fake we are taught to expect and to mimic. That can be our superpower. We can be strong in ways men never will be because we face bullshit they will never have to face. That’s not justice, but it is power. It is strength. It’s control. -
(It’s really funny to me when excerpts from things I write get more notes than actual things I write. I’m real bad at the micro part of microblogging.)
That awkward moment when two master assassins resort to hair pulling and biting
“And I don’t have time play.”
After a standalone film for Black Widow has been confirmed post “The Avengers”, lead actress Scarlett Johansson says it will be a prequel.
The 27-year-old actress, who played the gun-wielding hero in the film, said she and Marvel Studios have ‘spoken a lot’ about developing a film that follows the heroine’s origin in Russia, reported Ace Showbiz.
“I love her origin story. I think it’s just such a riveting one. It’s just steeped in history and the richness to shoot in Russia, perhaps… I hope that the fans’ voice is loud enough and they want to see a Widow origin story, I know Marvel would be happy to entertain that. We’ve spoken a lot about it,” she said.
Someone tell me this is real
THIS NEEDS TO HAPPEN, one of the phase 3 movies, maybe?
Foggy: When were you going to tell me Natasha was back in town?
Matt: Natasha is back—
Foggy: Yeah, yeah. So?
Matt: So what?
Foggy: That’s a big “no” then? No on the nookie?
Matt: That is a no.
Foggy: Wow, that doesn’t sound like her at all.
Dear Tumblr— it happened. I finally faceplanted on one too many “Black Widow: Avengers Whore” type comments that my displeasure crystalized and formatted itself into some tl;dr. My superpower is that I have opinions on the internet.