Marvel Movie Updates: Black Widow’s Future

Published 6 years ago by , Updated February 23rd, 2014 at 12:33 pm,

Scarlett also interviewed with CanMag about her character, describing the two vastly different sides she gets to explore in Iron Man 2.

“I think that the character is sort of a shape shifter… It was sort of like playing two different characters. One character is more kind of mysterious, I don’t want to say submissive, but she’s blending in with the crowd I suppose. The other part of this character is someone who is assertive and knows their sh*t. She’s able to just say, ‘I’m going to fight this head on.’ For me, being able to have that kind of feeling, being able to be competent enough to sell it, that this is somebody who is going to kick some ass and don’t for a second doubt that she’s going to follow through with the punch. It was a challenge for me but Jon [Favreau] was incredible. He really supported me with this.”

She also spoke a bit about working with Marvel Studios on a massive project, but more than that, signing up with a multi-picture contract that may allow her to be a part of Marvel’s future stories.

“I think as an actor, I think certainly in this particular situation, and I know that Robert [Downey Jr]. has had this, you kind of become invested in these films as much as the studio is and you’re able to develop your character with the studio and have a lot of input in that sense. So to me that’s exciting because rarely as an actor do we get to take it to that level. We see a beginning, a middle and an end hopefully and then one two or so segment and then you’re done with it. But, for me to be able to build something and to think about this, especially a character that’s had so many different kinds of histories and paths, to think about where she might go and where we kind of find out more about her, I feel like that’s something that you invest yourself in and work for.”

As for the movies actually in development, I’m still holding out hope on the Hulk front and will be looking for Ed Norton having a small cameo in Iron Man 2 (and maybe Chris Hemsworth too!) and him coming back for The Avengers. As for Black Widow, look out for her as Iron Man 2 kicks off next summer, opening May 7, 2010.

What do you think of Natasha Romanoff’s feature film future?

Source: Ireland On-Line, CanMag

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  1. i think she will do just fine. currently she is the least of my worries.

  2. No solo film for sure but if she is in Avengers that would be decent!

  3. S.H.I.E.L.D. film please :)

  4. I agree with Oscar, the closest thins Black Widow would have to a solo featrure would be as a man character in a Nick Fury agent of S.H.I.E.L.D spin off.
    She should be in the avengers, as should the Hulk

  5. Anybody else remember the David Hasselhoff Nick Fury movie? Going off of that, IMO S.H.I.E.L.D. and /or Nick Fury should not have their own movie. No big draws there.

    And as much as I like Scarlett, I would love to see her in the Avengers, but putting her in her own movie would be suicide like Halle Berry in Catwoman, or Mrs. Affleck in Electra.

  6. “but the deciding point for most folks will be how she pulls off the Russian accent which is essential for the character.”

    Actually it won’t be, since she will not use an accent. That’s what she said in the Comic-Con group interview!

  7. She should be in the Avengers for sure. The team needs at least one female presence for it’s first outing.

    Oliva Munn is suppose to be in IM2 too, and not as herself. Maybe she’ll be in there as a cameo of Janet Van Dyne (the Wasp)

    On the subject of the Avengers, I think James Ford would make a perfect Hawkeye. He’s got the right look and sarcastic attitude/swager to do Clint Barton justice.

  8. I think that if the Avengers have a Hawkeye, it should be Logan Marshall-Green, from the TV show Dark Blue on TNT.

    For the Avengers they should have:
    Capt. America, Ironman, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Hulk.
    And introduce, Henry and Janet Pym(Ant-man and Wasp) for Avengers 2.

    Nick Fury should be a handle, not directly involved.

  9. Tommy Gun:

    Ayup I saw that interview as well. A Russian spy in America with a thick Russian accent wouldn’t be a very good spy :)

  10. I fully endorse her further involvement with Marvel movies 😀

  11. And I fully endorse whatever skin tight costumes she wears in these movies!

  12. Although Johansson is very hot, I would rather see how well or awful she portrays Black Widow in Iron Man 2 before I start saying i want to see her in more Marvel Films. Personally I’d rather Marvel just finish what they were starting and cast Emily Blunt as Black Widow in Iron Man 3, The Avengers,and S.H.I.E.D. Emily Blunt needs to get that big break and she fits the character way more than Johansson. 20th Century Fox messed up that opportunity for Emily but Marvel can still sign her on for future films as Black Widow.

  13. for the first avengers movie the original roster should be cast and then have the team discover captain america’s frozen body and revive him so then you have antman wasp ironman thor & cap. for avengers sequel i like the roster to be thor ironman captain america scarlet witch black widow hawkeye black panther & giantman

  14. reading this in hindsight, it’s very funny reading “how she pulls off the Russian accent which is essential for the character” lol. ah well. :)