The first MCU film to negate the standard record, Black Widow which takes place between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War will further countdown upon its chronological structure featuring Natasha Romanoff in her mission to Russia.
The Super Bowl TV spot teased the film to draw inspiration from Mark Waid’s Black Widow Volume 6 comic series in exploring Natasha’s adolescence. Speaking with Black Widow hair and makeup artists David White and Paul Gooch in the Oscars red carpet, Variety shared that the movie’s plot will introduce younger versions of the former characters.
A Revival Through The Dark
Gooch said, “We’re going back in time to when they were much younger, and we have actors playing even younger than they are” and predicted Black Widow’s inclination towards the initial years showcasing Natasha’s competency to turn budding women into deadly assassins.
The Inevitable Power play
It seems likely the film will rerun through Natasha’s phase in the Red Room depicting her return to Russia in order to confront her past and reunite with her “family,” namely Yelena Belova, Red Guardian, and Melina Vostokoff and hints for a better clarification to coin their familial journey from its hue. However there a is a chance that the audience might get acquainted with Anya, Natasha’s Red Room rival who later becomes the villain known as Recluse.
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