NATASHA ROMANOVA, a.k.a. the BLACK WIDOW (played by Scarlett Johansson, first introduced in the film universe in 2010) is one of the world's greatest spies and master of disguise and a movie on her would be a good way for MCU to venture into r-rated grounds if it wishes to do so.
Plans for the long-awaited solo movie of Scarlett Johansson's Marvel character, Black Widow, is finally moving forward, as the project adds a screenwriter to pen the yet untitled movie's script.
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The project is reportedly only in its neonatal stage with Jac Schaeffer being hired for writing a script. Schaeffer first found ground with her feature screenwriting debut "TiMER", which she also directed. She is now developing "Nasty Women", a remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels starring Hathaway, Rebel Wilson, and Alex Sharp. Kevin Feige later said that Black Widow was one of the characters that Marvel Studios is "creatively and emotionally" committed to giving solo movie attention to in Phase Four. As the first female Avenger in the MCU, the character has gained huge popularity, but she has been relegated to a mere supporting player in all the films she has appeared in. Thor: Ragnarok was basically a cosmic buddy-cop outing with Thor and Hulk; Spider-Man: Homecoming heavily featured Iron Man, who served as the web-slinger's mentor; and as for Captain America: Civil War - well, that was basically just Avengers 2.5. Meanwhile, Black Widow will be back on the big screen this May 3 in "Avengers: Infinity War".
BLACK WIDOW update: While Jac didn't get a chance to meet with ScarJo before she was tapped to pen BW, hearing the two are likely to sit down at the beginning of next month to talk about the film and how they see it going.
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There have been a lot of talks about a potential Black Widow film over the years.
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