With only a month and ten days to go until the new year to arrive, the Marvel fandom is awaiting the highly anticipated movie of 2020. If you are still guessing, then it is none other than Scarlett Johansson starrer, Black Widow. Natasha Romanoff is finally getting her movie, and we cannot wait to see the badass Russian beauty in action. Recently, someone who is the part of the star-studded cast of the Black Widow movie talks about some critical details. Well, one can say this with the assurance that the Black Widow is set to be a very different breed of the superhero origin story. Of course, its Black Widow ya’ll!
Florence Pugh Gives a Teaser
Well, well look who decided to give us a teaser into the Black Widow film. Recently, Florence Pugh, who will play the role of Yelena Belova in the movie, gave an insight into the film. Pugh called the movie a “very raw, very painful, and very beautiful” superhero flick. Florence is all praise about the movie and her co-star Scarlett Johansson. Pugh is sure that Scarlett Johansson’s character will receive a new level of appreciation after the movie releases. After all, Natasha did sacrifice herself in the Avengers Endgame
Pugh further said in her Variety’s Actors on Actors segment, “I know lots of people will be emotional about her because her character had such a hard ending, but it was special learning from her, and she’s been doing this for like ten years in those films. For this to be her film was special. And I got to be there and see how she does stunts and lives it, and it’s so her.”
Black Widow’s Origin
Natasha Romanoff’s origin was explored in Avengers: Age of Ultron. However, the movie gives us an insight into her past and how she becomes an Avenger. Johansson and Pugh are joined by an ensemble cast comprised of David Harbour, Rachel Weisz, and O.T. Fagbenle. Black Widow hits the theatres in May of 2020, which indeed will be a true sense of closure for one of the original Avengers. First, Steve Rogers and now Natasha Romanoff, hopefully, we’ll see both of them soon in a different timeline.
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