Marvel CEO Kevin Feige says Marvel is considering making a Black Widow movie in the future yet not committing to the project.
There are some characters that people just love more and more with everytime they see them because these characters are strong, likable and have that wow factor that cannot be shaken off.
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Even before she appeared in the Iron Man 2 movie, Scarlett Johannsson’s Black Widow became a hit with the audience. Johannsson has played the role beautifully and earned many titles for the kick-ass female assassin that she played for the Marvel universe.
Since her first appearance in Iron Man 2, we have seen Black Widow in various Marvel movies including Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America trilogy.
While Avengers like Hulk, Thor, Iron Man and Captain America have all got stand-alone trilogies or sequels, the amazing, single female Avenger fans remain dismal as there is no mention of a Black Widow stand-alone project.
Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow has played a crucial part in all the movies doing stellar ground work yet fans have felt that her role has been sexualized and down sized in all the movies.
Marvel keeps adding fuel to that fire by stalling to comment on any Black Widow project in the future. When Marvel released their agenda for Phase 3 of Marvel universe and the movies that the studio has planned to release till 2020, the fans were dismal once more as there was no mention of the former KGB assassin in the line-up.
That led a fan to inquire about the project once again as the opportunity arose at a Q&A for Captain America Civil War but this time Marvel CEO Kevin Feige had good news in store that gave all Natasha supporters a ray of hope.
According to Feige, Marvel was thinking about initiating a Black Widow franchise. He said that the studio was currently focusing on all the movies that have been in the line up to be released till 2020 but they cannot deny that Black Widow is an Avenger with great stories to tell and she is loved all around.
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He told Deadline that Scarlett Johannsson’s portrayal of the character is also amazing so that’s why they will think about the franchise once they are done with Phase 3. There are no commitments that have been made to the project but fans can rejoice for now that Marvel has finally seen some kind of potential in the franchise.