Marvel fans, both male and female, have long believed there should be a solo Black Widow movie.
Black Widow (Natasha Romanov played by Scarlett Johansson) has been a mainstay in the MCU. And, as more and more superhero stories make their way to the big screen (and the small screen), it only makes sense that Black Widow — one of Marvel’s more recognizable female heroes — should have hers told as well.
Now, advocates of such a film have Joe Russo to back them up. In an interview with ComicBook.com, Russo said, “Keep pressuring them. I think it’s time.”
At a press conference for Avengers: Age of Ultron, actress Scarlett Johansson also feted the idea of a solo Black Widow film. She said, “A Black Widow movie would be cool. I’m always happy to put the catsuit back on and look at myself in all those mirrors,… What’s great about playing this character is she’s based in something deep and something I can hold onto. She’s grounded and is very real. She has experienced a lot of trauma and she’s never been able to make active choices for herself, and now she is ready for it.”
We’re ready for it too.SuperFable