For a film that’s been set up by a whopping 18 preceding films, “Avengers: Infinity War” does a magnificent job of pulling together all the previous setups into one unified whole. The nineteenth entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – with a currently untitled sequel coming to cinemas next year – sees the various superheroes struggling to prevent a powerful alien villain, Thanos, from acquiring the power to commit universal genocide. The film’s sprawling cast necessitates that they be split into smaller, more manageable groups, so as to have any sort of meaningful interaction between characters.
Speaking with Variety for its Power of Women issue, the actress said that she could envision a Black Widow film that’s either a prequel or sequel to the other Avengers movies — and yet it still seems it won't happen any time soon
'Avengers' director tells IGN he'd come back to Marvel if given the opportunity to work with Scarlett Johansson on her character's solo movie
Hey kids, want to re-enact that awesome scene in The Avengers: Age of Ultron in which Black Widow drives out of the Quinjet on her motorcycle? Twitter user Zac Shipley drew attention to the toy disparity a few days ago, tweeting, “Remember the scene where Black Widow drops out of the jet on the motorcycle? Well f— you the toy is Captain America.” The toy description makes it clear that it was inspired by that very scene, which was featured prominently in almost every Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer. “It’s a fast-diving jet with a secret weapon – a compartment that launches a motorcycle!” reads the text on the Hasbro website.
Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Evans (Captain America), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) talk about what type of tweaks were made to their costumes in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron.'
Spoiler alert: The romance is revved up in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and it starts with an early scene that finds Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow attempting to calm a hot-tempered Hulk as he smashes about a snowy forest. Director Joss Whedon walked us through the stage-setting clip in our latest installment of Instant Commentary.
According to Comic Book Resources, a movie featuring superhero spy Natasha Romanova was in development at Lionsgate in 2004 – five years before Scarlett Johansson (above) signed on to play the role in Iron Man 2 and The Avengers. The proposed film had a screenplay by David Hayter, writer of X-Men and X2, who was also set to direct.