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Scarlett Johansson May Be Getting Her Own Black Widow Solo Movie!

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If we found out that we weren't getting a solo Black Widow movie eventually, we were going to have to Avenge that news! But now, we don't have to!

Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, gave all of us Scarlett Johansson fans a reason to celebrate by dishing about the future of our favorite Russian superhero (that isn't the Sochi bear):

"We learn more about her past and learn more about where she came from and how she became in that film. The notion of exploring that even further in her own film would be great, and we have some development work with that."

Some development? How about all development ever! Well, if Natasha can escape a chair, then the script for this movie can escape development hell, right?!

Right now ScarJo is going to be in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Avengers: Age of Ultron, but her own movie would be awesome.

We need to see more of you, Scarlett! Your performance in Her was flawless, but we desperately wanted to see that seksi body to match that seksi face!

And that Black Widow costume? Where can we pre-order tickets for this solo movie?!

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8 comments to “Scarlett Johansson May Be Getting Her Own Black Widow Solo Movie!”

  1. 1

    lets friggen hope not.

  2. Chulz says – reply to this


    We need to know about Budapest!

  3. 3

    yeah…cause giving the least interesting character their own movie is always a great idea.

  4. Lilly T. says – reply to this


    How about a Loki movie… I'd definitely watch that.

  5. Mavis says – reply to this


    The Black Widow is a wonderful character that deserves her own movie. She has a great story to tell and if producers are doing it right this can be awesome. Having said that, I don't think Scarlett Johansson can carry a movie like that. Two hours of pouting and eyebrow pinching? No thank you. But who knows. Maybe she'll surprise me(us).

  6. 6

    It'll tank, she's not that interesting of a character, she's the least special one. I highly doubt they would do that over an actual female superhero. When it tanks people will cry sexism but the truth is, no one really wants to see a female superhero at all.

    It's annoying how we are planting out of place characters in movies or shows now for the sole purpose to appease to the female feminist demographic. Like the female elf in the Hobbit trilogy. She wasn't in the books. Looked like they just put her in there so feminists wouldn't whine about sexism and lack of strong female characters

  7. DL says – reply to this


    Anyone who thinks Scarlett Johansson should star in a superhero movie of her own needs to watch this:

    This has nothing to do with weight, but everything to do with physical fitness. She woudl need a stunt double to make her RUNNING look convincing for the duration of a feature-length film - not the right choice for a female superhero star!

    A kick-a$$ female superhero movie needs to be made (asap!) but we don't need another unconvincing train wreck that will just allow critics to say "See? People don't want to see female superheroes in their own movie!"

    A lead superhero needs to do more than just look hot in spandex and be able to glare (which pretty much sums up ScarJo's personal performance in Avengers. Except for when she's pouting/on the verge of tears to manipulate men she's interrogating (And I'm not counting her stunt double, Heidi Moneymaker's performance as part of ScarJo's)).

  8. DL says – reply to this


    Re: DL – here's what to put into y ou tu be after . com / to see what I was referring to in my original post: