Marvel almost made a Black Widow movie 10 years ago

Marvel boss Kevin Feige wanted Black Widow to have his solo movie a long time ago and now we know why it's taken so long to arrive.

Since Black widow / Natasha romanoff, interpreted by Scarlett Johansson, made his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe ten years ago in Iron man 2 (2010), fans have been asking for the character to get his own solo movie. Yet despite her status as a core member of the Avengers and one of the franchise's leading actresses since Phase 1, there never seemed to be much of a real interest from the studio in making it happen. In fact, it seemed that it was necessary to wait to find out if Captain Marvel was a success before giving the project the green light.

Curiously, we had to see Black Widow die in the Marvel movie Avengers: Endgame so you have your own solo story. However highly anticipated the movie is, it will also be a bittersweet experience for audiences knowing that this is the last time they will see the heroine play a major role in the movie. UCM, and the creative team will look forward to giving you a proper sendoff.

Reason they didn't make the movie 10 years ago.

Of course, Black Widow has spent a lot of time in development at Marvel Studios. So long that Kevin Feige He admitted that 10 years ago they almost made the movie.

“We already started discussions with Scarlett about the idea of ​​a solo movie and started putting concepts together. We were going ahead with this installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but The Avengers came first. "

The Avengers definitely came first. But there have also been seventeen more installments in the superhero franchise since Earth's mightiest heroes were first assembled. So these words seem more like an excuse, but now Black widow he will eventually headline his own movie. So that everything fits, the story will be set between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. It will also serve for Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) to have a replacement as Black Widow in Marvel. The designated character will be Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh). | Cinema, comics and series