What is very clear is that Black widow (Cate Shortland, 2021), the twenty-fourth movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, released in theaters and in the platform from Disney Plus, it has not come with the sole intention of telling us about a new superhero adventure by Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson); not just to entertain us by the fireworks of his show.

It is also shown somewhat different from the narrative and visual customs of the saga; and chooses to reveal a new villain and for explain some details from The Avengers (Joss Whedon, 2012), Captain America: Civil War Y Avengers: Infinity War (Joe and Anthony Russo, 2016, 2018).

But, in the case of the latter, it is not a question of clarifying no mystery that it existed; or that the spectators had in the head after having seen it three years ago.

Connecting the characters in ‘Black Widow’

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Nor to those who devised the story of Black widow, the good guys by Jac Schaeffer (WandaVision) and Ned Benson (The disappearance of Eleanor Rigby), nor its screenwriter, Eric Pearson (Thor: Ragnarok), they came up with some information about an object of Natasha Romanoff’s own in Infinity war that changes our perspective on him. We owe such an idea to executive producer Kevin Feige as confirmed by Scarlett Johansson herself.

“It is an important thing. It seems very superficial but, in reality, it is very unique, something very significant, totally typical of Kevin Feige, “he said. to the press on the set. “He loves all those backstories and the things that connect the characters to each other.” Because the vest with many pockets that Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) had been bought the first time she was able to spend money on her in her oppressive existence, and that she gives to her fake sister, is the same as the second time she wears on Infinity war.

So that Black widow makes emotional the mere fact of being able to notice now that Natasha Romanoff wears it in the tragic Russo Brothers film, unparalleled in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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