Scarlett Johansson defends the tragic end of Black Widow in Avengers: Endgame

The Avengers: Endgame movie was the farewell to some Marvel heroes like Black Widow played by Scarlett Johansson.

Attention SPOILERS. One of the most shocking moments of Avengers: Endgame it was the death of Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson), since the heroine was sacrificed so that Hawk Eye could live and get his family back when they had to claim the Soul Stone. Luckily they have decided to release a new movie by Black widow solo so we can say goodbye to the character as he deserves.

In a recent interview, Scarlett Johansson He said he liked Natasha's ending and explained that he feels it was the only option the Avenger had, given everything that had happened to her in the past.

“He's had an incredible 10-year journey and I felt like he was finally able to make an active decision. It seemed very characteristic of the character, that last sacrifice that she makes. He's made peace with it and somehow he's known that's his destiny all along, in a weird poetic way. When you look back at the movies, that's there. All the films have led her to that choice, to be able to make that decision, or to be a choice ”.

The movie did not fire the character as he deserves.

One of the few negative points of Avengers: Endgame is that the death of Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) did not have a good farewell. Especially if we compare it with Hombre de Hierro (Robert Downey Jr.). Luckily we will have one last chance to see her at the movies.

According to the latest rumors, the Black Widow movie will serve to Scarlett Johansson give the relief to Florence pugh and his character Yelena Belova. Although the actress herself hasn't said it's definitely over, so there could be some surprises down the line. But it seems that, for now, the film will close the book of his journey in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Black Widow should be released on October 30, but it seems that it will suffer a new delay. Directed by Cate shortlandThe cast includes Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, David Harbor, William Hurt and Ray Winstone. | Cinema, comics and series