Christopher Haley made very espionage-themed graphics to open the movie that may never be. For his After Effects class, he created a James Bond-esque montage introducing each character and their actor counterparts, over the song Sour Times by Portishead.
He uploaded the project to YouTube Tuesday, where he also briefly shared his vision for the hopeful installment in the franchise:
"Cut off one head, two more shall take it's place. . . For this speculative title sequence of a Black Widow film I decided Black Widow's villain would be. . . Black Widow. Yelena Belova, to be specific. Belova believes herself to be the superior Black Widow, and in some ways she is right. Swift and ruthless, Belova is the most talented assassin to graduate from the Red Room–and now she is Hydra's most deadly weapon. At Belova's side is a super-soldier of her own, Alexi Shostakov–the Red Guardian, who also happens to be Natasha's former lover. When the new heads of Hydra make aplay for the power of the infinity stones it is up to S.H.I.E.L.D.'s top agent to stop them."
Wow! We'd see that!
Especially since the fictitious cast includes ScarJo protecting her role, Rosamund Pike, Samuli Edelmann, and Agents of SHIELD's Clark Gregg, and Ming-Na Wen.
After the golden politician had trouble getting A-list talent to sing at his Friday inauguration, it was looking like the only performance of the ceremony would be Trump pretending to seem presidential.
Now descending to the depths of obscure R&B singers and oh-yeah-I-forgot-about-them rock bands, Trump has seemingly found loyal musicians who are very excited to perform... not for him, of course -- but for the country!
Leaving rehearsal at the Lincoln Memorial on Wednesday night, frontman Brad Arnold kept a sunny disposition on the performance, telling TMZ that playing the gig was "all about America." The Kryptonite singer explained:
[Image via Isabel Schiffler/Future Image/Dennis Van Tine/WENN.]