Even though you have not seen any of the highest-grossing films of all time, Avengers: Endgame you probably know one crucial point: the death of the Black Widow. The deaths of the characters have been discussed by fans and critics since the release of the film, and yet everyone disagrees. This is what the actress of Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson, says.
Scarlett Johansson joined in 2010 with & # 39; Iron Man 2 & # 39; into the MCU.
A long time ago, Johansson was part of the then barely established Marvel film universe. She portrayed Natalie Rushman, Tony Stark's new assistant, after having promoted Pepper Potts as CEO of Stark Industries when he learned he might be facing death.
But Natalie is not what she seems. She's actually Natasha Romanoff, a SHIELD agent who brought Fury to Tony's shelter. It helps save the day and becomes an integral part of the team that is evolving.
The journey of her character is an important one
Natasha, also known as Black Widow, is subject to numerous challenges in the next few years 1
But it's in the later movies that we really see a change in Natasha. In addition to her ill-considered romance with Bruce Banner in Age of Ultron she grows into a kinder, more trusting person as she approaches her chosen family in Captain America: Civil War . and Avengers: Infinity War .
& # 39; Avengers: Endgame & # 39; brought an end to Natasha
Because of her development, Natasha's death in Avengers: Endgame is particularly difficult, since depletion she is de facto the leader of the Avengers, Steve takes on a rather backward role, commanding the troops, including Captain Marvel, while searching for their long-lost BFF, Clint Barton (fka Hawkeye).
Once the two are reunited and the movie's events really begin, it is only a matter of time before they begin Things are going terribly wrong. To save her friend, Natasha sacrifices herself so that Clint can retrieve the Soulstone and reunite with his wife and children after the effects of Thanos' push button have been lifted.
Johansson calls death "bittersweet"
In Endgame the characters of Johansson and Jeremy Renner literally fight for the salvation of the other. After earning the stone, Clint returns to Earth sharing a moment with the other OG Avengers, briefly mourning Natasha while acknowledging that this is what she wanted. And Johansson agrees with this feeling.
"The finality was sad, but I was excited to die with honor," she told the Hollywood Reporter in a new interview. "It felt like sacrificing herself, of course for humanity, but actually for her friends, for the people she loves. It was bittersweet.
She plays a starring role in a 2020 prequel.
Fortunately, this is not exactly the end of Natasha's journey, though she has (almost) definitely died in the MCU is a film between the events of the Civil War and Infinity War plays to see May 1, 2020. Black Widow the character's first stand-alone streak, offering a new perspective on the character.
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