Marvel’s Black Widow Movie Solo

Hello fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe, this is good news for you. Our hot Marvel character Black Widow will be having her own movie and in fact, some fans have created great fan-made posters which are very fascinating. Marvel Studios will give Scarlett Johansson her solo movie as Natasha Romanoff also known as Black Widow. Originally, she was a Russian spy but later on was hired by Nick Fury to work on S.H.I.E.L.D.

Just lately this week, the hunt for the movie’s director has a conclusion when Cate Shortland was chosen to be directing the movie based on a script from Jac Schaeffer. The start of the shoot of the said movie will be on May next year and it is expected that the movie will be released in theaters on 2020. For now, we should wait for 2 years for Black Widow to show her solo movie and her great spy and combat skills. For now there are just few information about the movies story , nonetheless it is anticipated that the story will bring us to the time where she was a Russians trained super soldier and a spy, probably leading the mysterious Berlin incident along with her friend Clint Barton also known as Hawkeye which was stated in 2012 movie Avengers. Furthermore in Avengers: Age of Ultron, fans discovered some details about her sad past especially when she was trained to be an effective assassin while learning that she can’t conceive a baby right after she was sterilized as a way to prepare her to become a brute killer machine.

Check out this wonder trailer from the Movie

The Black Widow (2019) Teaser Trailer #1

Also you can check her Black Widow role from the movie Averngers

7 Minutes of Black Widow Kicking Ass

While the said major development of the Marvel character still on progress, creative fans made a poster for the film from digital artist BossLogic. The art show Natasha Romanoff chaotic past life with S.H.I.E.L.D before she works in the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. One feature shows the supporting cast of the film which involve Samuel L. Jackson’s (Nick Fury), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) and Colbie Smulder’s (Maria Hill). Fans also want to see Phil Coulson on the big screen since he was one of the characters of MCU who introduced heroes to S.H.I.E.L.D until the Avengers Assembled.

While the S.H.I.E.L.D crew is feature in the poster furthermore this also includes Sebastian Stan in the cast details. The Winter Soldier and Black Widow has also some past battle before or should a compromise work both HYDRA or Russian secret work. Now that Black Widow is now working for SHIELD and furthermore for the Avengers, it will be revealed in the solo movie of Black Widow how Natasha and Bucky has some chaotic relationship. Of course, it is not possible that Marvel Studios would include scenes regarding her and Bucky since it will lead to some complicated story and the studio doesn’t want to waste time for that one.

Marvel Studios after a long time of preparation has their hands ready for the solo Black Widow movie. However with the coming of Captain Marvel and Avengers 4, there are no way fans can expect or hear about the movie until next year. We will be waiting for Captain Marvel and Avengers 4 to be seen next year and after that, Black Widow will be ready to rock.

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The mystery of Gwenny

Can someone explain Gwyneth Paltrow to me? Everywhere I look it’s Gwyneth. There she is on Entertainment Tonight promoting her new film; there she is on Saturday Night Live doing a cameo with Jimmy Fallon; there she is at this premiere or that fundraiser. How in the world did this blonde Q-tip become such a star? It certainly wasn’t by appearing in a string of hit movies.

In fact, the popularity of Gwyneth Paltrow is a complete mystery. Turn to anyone you know and say, “Quick, name three successful Gwyneth Paltrow movies!” The most common response you’ll get is “Well, there was Shakespeare in Love… and… uh… well, uh…” followed by facial contortions that signal massive confusion. But there’s a reason why no one can name a really great Gwyneth Paltrow movie: There aren’t any.

A look at Gwyneth’s resume reveals a long list of lousy movies. Not even Michael Caine would have taken a part in Duets, and believe me, they offered. The simple fact is that Gwyneth Paltrow owes all of her fame to the fact that she was sleeping with Brad Pitt for a few years. Before she wrapped her bobby-pin legs around People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive, Gwyneth was just another struggling actress.

The first film on Ms. Paltrow’s resume says it all: Hook. This big-budget bomb was widely considered to be one of the worst films of 1991. Of course, no one actually remembers Gwyneth’s role (she played a young Wendy), but it gave Gwyneth the screen credit necessary to compile a career of crappy parts. Case in point: her next film, Shout, starring John Travolta. I can hear you saying to yourself “Shout with John Travolta? Never heard of it.” That’s not surprising. Only 12 people in the entire US sat through this movie about a man who teaches wayward youths how to sing and dance.

Paltrow took a forced vacation from the silver screen to make a couple of television movies before returning to the big screen in 1993. That year, Gwenny was in Malice, the movie that was the beginning of the end of Alec Baldwin’s career, and Flesh and Bone, the movie that is cited more than 173 times in Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid’s divorce petition. At this point, her career should have been over, with a capital OVER.

No one remembers Gwyneth in Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle. That was a great film, made all the more great by the absence of any tangible memory of Paltrow’s contribution. Then she made Jefferson in Paris, in which Nick Nolte played the founding father as a shirtless slave raper. Understandably, no one went to see that movie either.

Then there was Se7en. Great movie. But what the hell did Paltrow do? Oh that’s right, she kissed Brad Pitt a lot (what a stretch) then got her head cut off. Gwyneth deserves none of the credit for the success of Se7en. As in The Talented Mr. Ripley, she was merely window dressing while the real actors carried out the plot.

What came next? Moonlight and Valentino? Sucked. The Pallbearer? Craptastic Friends movie. Emma? Can you say “Tylenol P.M.?”

Gwyneth’s next part was in Sydney. This film, the first from Paul Thomas Anderson, was a real mess. Despite an incredibly fascinating first act, the movie went nowhere fast. The studio was so troubled by the final cut that it renamed the movie Hard Eight and sent it straight to cable television. Luckily, Anderson showed enough raw talent to land another gig, directing Boogie Nights. Gwyneth’s pseudo-Jersey accent in Hard Eight served only to convince the actress that regional US accents are not her thing.

From there, Paltrow continued her amazing streak of lousy films. Great Expectations was almost unwatchable. Sliding Doors made no sense at all. Hush set back Jessica Lange’s career 10 years but somehow didn’t affect the viability of Paltrow’s in the least. Before you could say, “What happened after I fell asleep?” she was in A Perfect Murder. It was perfectly forgettable.

Okay, Gwyneth was pretty good in Shakespeare in Love. Why? Because she showed her naked breasts. Believe me, without that nude scene, Cate Blanchett would be polishing her trophy right now. Besides, everyone and their brother knows that Shakespeare in Love was the benefactor of the single most expensive and aggressive marketing campaign in the history of Hollywood. Miramax’s Harvey Weinstein was purchasing full-page ads the way he normally purchases chili dogs: by the gross. The pre-Oscar media blitz for Shakespeare in Love was so intense that the film actually beat out Saving Private Ryan for Best Picture. Granted, Spielberg has made some turkeys too… but Private Ryan was an epic masterpiece. Shame on Miramax.

This year, Gwyneth has kept the streak alive. First, she starred in Duets, a movie about karaoke singers. Not just any karaoke singers, but earnest karaoke singers. Paltrow’s performance is so shallow that she even makes Huey Lewis look like a master thespian. And what can be said about Bounce that hasn’t already been said a million times? It was complete ass. As the unconvincing mother of two, Paltrow can’t even pull off macking with Ben Affleck, a role for which she did copious research.

So the question stands: why the hell does anyone even know who Gwyneth Paltrow is? Could it be leftover Brad Pitt-envy? Perhaps it’s the medical curiosity surrounding her 72-lb. frame? Or could it be the eternal mystery surrounding the spelling of her first name? Actually, it’s none of these. The simple answer is that Hollywood could give a rat’s infected butt about raw talent or critical acclaim or acting ability. All Hollywood cares about is a bankable name and a recognizable face. For better or worse (and believe me, it’s worse), Gwyneth has both. Damn you, Hollywood… damn you all to hell.

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