Disney has become a huge platform for entertainment and media in recent years. The constant bringing back of the classical animated live-action movies, Marvels and Star Wars has become a mainstream way to gain money and give the audience realistic-looking films by VFX.
Now, it isn't a secret anymore that Marvel's actress Scarlett Johansson will be coming back on the big screen with her upcoming blockbuster "Black Widow." The actress recently completed the shooting of her latest movie based on Tower of Terror and bid goodbye to her team. Now on the talk of Scarlett Johansson leaving her character Natasha Romanoff, the Black Widow in an online conference, she said, "It's good to go down swinging and end on a high note. I feel fulfilled and satisfied with this movie being the culmination of my journey as Natasha - I did all that I wanted to do with the character and that feels great." "If this was the last time I'd be playing Natasha, I'd be happy with that," she added and gave the hint to the fans that this isn't the end of Black Widow and she'll be returning sooner or later.
Talking about her spontaneous character, Scarlett Johansson said, “I think Natasha is haunted. She has this huge sense of doom. There's unfinished business and a sense of guilt that follows her around, and it all stems from what happened in Budapest. The film is not about what happened in Budapest, but it helps us understand the heaviness that Natasha walks around with and what her burden is. It gave us a great jumping-off point for a lot that goes on in the film.”
Black Widow will be the eighth credited MCU appearance, following 2010's Iron Man 2, 2012's The Avengers, 2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron, 2016's Captain America: Civil War, 2018's Infinity War, and 2019's Avengers: Endgame. While it's still unclear if 'Black Widow' will be her last Marvel movie as the plot of the series is coming to an end and Black Widow will soon hand the baton to her sister-figure Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) in the upcoming movie. With Black Widow, Johansson, introduced as a hyper-sensualized version of her Marvel Comics character in Iron Man 2, is getting the layered send-off that she deserves.
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