From the output of Avengers: Endgame a year ago, there are several sequences in the film that have remained in the eyes of fans of the Marvelone of these is the death of Black Widow. The departure of Natasha Romanoff, played by Scarlett Johansson, has been an exciting time and important for the franchise, the MCU. Not everyone, however, believed that it was managed with the same care of Steve Rogers or Tony Stark. An alternative version of the death of the Black Widow has been discussed previously by the directors and by the same Johansson, and now you can also see it having been published through Twitter. This is the scene:
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This alternative version is a sequence of action epic that sees Natasha shoot several times to the army before sealing the sacrifice, falling down from the cliff. There are no dialogues, the soundtrack is the master and the death of Black Widow it seems much more tragic than heroic. In Avengers: Endgame, once the couple learns that one of them must die in order to recover the Stone of the Soul, there arises a species of the dispute between the two to decide who should sacrifice himself. The fight won by the Black Widow who sacrifices himself to save the world.
Black Widow will be released on November 6, 2020
Scarlett Johansson he had already talked about the alternative version, admitting to be concerned that “the army of creatures of type Dissennatore” on the scene could traumatize the children. In the end, the authors have opted for the scene that we all know. Scarlett Johansson will return to his role as Marvel’s Black Widow, a prequel that will begin the Phase Four of the MCU on 6 November 2020. The film, directed by Cate Shortland will see the return of Scarlett Johansson in the series, accompanied by Florence Pugh, David Harbour, and Rachel Weisz. The protagonist the agent of S. H. I. E. L. D. Natash Romanoff will have to reckon with its past. The soundtrack of the film was composed by Alexandre Desplat.