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‘Avengers: Endgame’: A Hero’s Redemption Part 6

Black Widow has gone from being a sidekick Avenger like Hawkeye to becoming an integral part of this story in her own right. Next year we finally get a standalone film featuring the assassin Avenger but for now, we must analyze her story as has been available to us.

Avengers: Endgame shocked the world when we were forced to watch Black Widow sacrifice herself for the Soul Stone and while some were peeved by this decision for the writers and directors to kill off the only female Original Avenger it was actually perfect for her storyline, or her redemptive arc, which this series is focusing on. So, with no further delay, let’s look at her beautiful story of redemption. Enjoy! Continue reading ‘Avengers: Endgame’: A Hero’s Redemption Part 6

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Yes, There Is Yet Another Marvel Surprise

Apparently, Disney wants to make our heads throb with a neverending headache with all of this Star Wars, Marvel, and Disney news to try to digest and yes, another Marvel surprise has just arrived. So, because it just dropped, I had to share it with you.

Black Widow Concept Art

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This morning I shared a post with you highlighting Black Widow’s stunning new all-white costume and it appears that concept art for the design has just been released at D23 Expo. But wait, that’s not all.

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Boom! The first official Black Widow movie poster has been dropped at, you heard it, D23 Expo. And now my brain is officially fried…

This poster is expectedly awesome. Black Widow looks fierce and ready to kick butt in a brand new suit. Yelena Belova (and what appears to be a bunch of other Black Widows?) are to the left of her. On the right, we see the first look at David Harbour as Red Guardian and Rachel Weisz as Melina/potential-Iron-Maiden. And above Black Widow looms Taskmaster who clearly looks super-duper cool.

And just when I thought I couldn’t love Marvel anymore this weekend this just dropped. Wow.

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Another Marvel Surprise!

The Black Widow movie is the next Marvel film for us to get excited for and while much wasn’t shared about the film at D23 Expo this weekend other than a bit of footage we did get to see a stunning surprise last night. Check out this tweet from the ultra helpful, greatest live-tweeter at important conferences ever!

Yes! It’s an all-white Black Widow outfit that she will don for next year’s Black Widow film. And just when I thought I couldn’t get any more excited?!

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‘Avengers: Endgame’: A Hero’s Redemption Will Have To Wait Another Day

Hello readers! Because today celebrates the beginning of D23 Expo I will have to place my A Hero’s Redemption series on pause. I will continue this series on Monday.

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Throwback Friday: Movie Rumor: The ‘Black Widow’ Movie May Be the MCU’s First R-Rated Film

The long-awaited Black Widow movie is currently filming and rumors are circulating that Disney is considering making this film the first R-rated entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

While this may seem a bit shocking to most I’m actually not surprised. The Black Widow movie is supposed to be a prequel that will surely highlight Natasha’s role as an agent for the KGB before she joined S.H.I.E.L.D and, considering the brief flashes of information regarding her past, it’s very dark. Natasha has tried and succeeded in leaving the atrocities of her past behind but if we are to fully understand that darker section of her life the movie should be rated R so nothing can be held back.

Of course, we have grown used to the MCU providing family-friendly content and it definitely seems jarring to think that there would finally be a film that’s catered to adult audiences only but it makes all the sense in the world. Natasha’s past is dark. The writers shouldn’t water down what could be a truly incredible story of redemption for one of the world’s most feared and ruthless assassins to appease children.

Now, do I want the Black Widow movie to be rated R? Um, I love that this franchise has kept everything PG-13 up to this point but if it’ll help Black Widow’s movie be as great as it can be then I’ll gladly accept the R-rating. Besides, Black Widow’s story in the comics has never been catered to children anyway so…

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