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Florence Pugh To Co-Stat In “Black Widow”


Samuel L. Jackson Could Also Appear In The Movie Of The Black Widow

traders350 – During a recent promotional interview for Captain Marvel, Marvel Cinematic Universe star Samuel L. Jackson spoke about the future of her character, the iconic secret agent Nick Fury.

These are the words of the actor, according to whom the former leader of SHIELD still has much to give, and above all to say:

” For this film, it can not be considered a film about Fury’s origins. We find it already sitting at his desk, we are not told or explained what he did before ending up there, the war years, or those spent on the field doing the spy work Captain Marvel tries to ask him what he has done before, and he replies that he had been a soldier and a spy. In practice, there is still a big piece of his life that has not yet been addressed. we discover something more about him, but it is not a film of origin, rather it is a film that fills some empty spaces. “

The actor also brought up the Black Widow, opening up interesting possibilities about the stand-alone film with Scarlett Johansson, which, we recall, is currently in production:

” I know for sure that Fury met Natasha Romanoff when he was working in the field as a full-time spy, he was the one who recruited him, he took her to the US We also know from comics that he fought in the war. “

What do you think about these statements? As always, let us know yours in the comments section.

We remind you that thanks to the press previews organized in the United States came to the official confirmation that the film is considered a prequel to Avengers: Endgame, with two post-credit scenes closely related to the film of brothers Anthony and Joe Russo. The cast of the film will boost the presence of Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Jude Law, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan, and Annette Bening. In addition, from the various corners of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, some familiar faces will return, such as Lee Pace (Ronan the accuser), Djimon Hounsou(Korath) and Clark Gregg (Agent Phil Coulson).

Captain Marvel was written by Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck, Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Jac Schaeffer, and is directed by Boden and Fleck. It will be released in cinemas throughout Italy starting March 6th.

The long-awaited cinecomic recounts the adventure of Carol Danvers, a half-terrestrial half-Kree woman whose extraordinary powers allow her to join the Starforce group and support Ronan the Accusator in the age-old Skrull war, the Kree’s alien sworn enemy race. But the Skrulls are apparently heading for Earth, which will bring Captain Marvel back to his home planet.

Here we are in the middle of the 90s, Nick Fury is still a young secret agent far from becoming the leader of SHIELD we all know and, with Captain America still hibernated, Carol is the only real superhero able to protect the planet from the mysterious planes of the invading aliens.

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BLACK WIDOW Will Begin Production at the End of February

We know that Marvel is working on developing a Black Widow film. We don’t know much about the film, but we do know that Scarlett Johansson will be returning as Natasha Romanova and according to Omega Underground, the film will begin production on February 28, 2019. We also know that Cate Shortland will be serving as director. While I would normally hope this means that we’ll learn more about the film, I’m not holding out hope for that until June or July of this year, a couple months after the release of Avengers: Endgame.

This production date may also help feed the idea that Katherine Langford will be playing a young Natasha Romanova in Endgame as she just dyed her hair red.

The story is rumored to be set in 2006, which is a couple years prior to the events of Iron Man. The characters Ref Guardian and Taskmaster are also rumored to be a part of the story. There’s also been talk of developing it as an R-rated film.

No release date has been given for Black Widow, but many are speculating it will be the mysterious film set for release on May 1, 2020.

All The Details We Know About The Black Widow Standalone Movie Starring Scarlett Johansson, Whose Director Search Is Heating Up

uk.businessinsider – After nearly a decade of playing the role, Scarlett Johansson is finally getting her own Black Widow movie.

The one thing that DC has on Marvel is a movie starring a female hero. 2017’s “Wonder Woman” was a wonderful movie, and its sequel looks just as promising so far. Thankfully Marvel is catching up: “Captain Marvel” is coming out in early 2019, and the Black Widow movie is getting further into its development. Marvel Studios producer Kevin Feige has stated that it is putting a lot of time and effort into making it right: the character has, after all, been appearing in these movies for almost a decade, so she deserves a proper movie. More than 65 directors have reportedly been interviewed to take on the project, and Marvel plans on hiring a female director.

This week, Deadline reported that Marvel had narrowed the directing gig down to three women. While Black Widow (Natasha Romanoff) doesn’t actually have superhuman powers (or enough money to make an iron suit), the character is integral to the franchise. She uses her skills as a former assassin and a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent to bring the Avengers together and keep them that way.

She has a complex but little-seen history, since she used to be a deadly assassin for the KGB. She was spared by Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), who was supposed to assassinate her. Here’s everything we know about her standalone movie:

It will be part of the MCU’s phase 4 line-up.
Phase 4 starts after “Avengers 4” with “Spider-Man: Homecoming 2” (July 2019), and will also include “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” which doesn’t have a release date yet.

Jac Schaeffer is writing the screenplay.
Scaheffer wrote 2009’s “TiMER,” the short “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure,” and 2019’s upcoming “The Hustle,” which stars Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. Johansson is reportedly contributing ideas to the screenplay. In 2016, Johansson told Variety about the endless possibilities for Black Widow film:

“There’s a lot of places you can go — you can bring it back to Russia. You could explore the Widow program. There’s all kinds of stuff that you could do with it. You could really uncover the identity of who this person is, where she comes from and where she’s part of. There are so many ways you can go. I think it would just have to be very much like its own specific thing. It would have to have its own specific vibe. It would have been totally different than any of the other standalone films. I think if the fans wanted it enough, then it would probably become a reality.”

Filming will begin next year.
This probably means that the movie will come out in 2020 or 2021, depending which half of 2019 filming takes place.

There have been rumors that the movie will be a prequel featuring Bucky Barnes as the Winter Soldier.
This would likely show Natasha during her early years in the US after the fall of the Soviet Union, when she first gets involved with S.H.I.E.L.D. Since Hawkeye and Natasha work together for years before the Avengers forms, it’s safe to assume that he will be in the movie as well. But then again, we also assumed he would be in “Infinity War.” Winter Soldier’s involvement could be quite significant. In “Captain America: Winter Soldier,” Natasha mentions a run-in with him, and it probably wasn’t just throwaway dialogue:

“Five years ago I was escorting a nuclear engineer out of Iran, somebody shot at my tires near Odessa. We lost control, went straight over a cliff, I pulled us out, but the Winter Soldier was there. I was covering my engineer, so he shot him straight through me. A Soviet slug, no rifling. Bye-bye bikinis.”

Anthony Mackie has expressed interest in appearing in a Black Widow movie.
Unfortunately, if the movie is a prequel, it’s unlikely that Sam Wilson/Falcon would be written into it, since he didn’t join the team until “Winter Soldier.”

According to reports, Scarlett Johansson will make between $25 and $31 million for the movie.
Not confirmed, but this would make Scarlett Johansson the highest-paid female actor.

Marvel looked at over 65 directors to take on the project.
In late April, a report surfaced that Marvel Studios had interviewed over 65 directors for the Black Widow movie, with the intention to hire a woman. Before Marvel announced that it would hire a female director, “Thor: Ragnarok” director Taika Waititi said he’d be interested in directing a Black Widow comedy.

Now, it’s narrowed down to three directors.
Cate Shortland, Amma Asante and Maggie Betts