Natasha is a huge part of the sequel because you do want to concentrate on the people who don’t have their own franchises. Although she’s in ‘Cap 2’, [and] she’s great. She was the most fun for me because she’s not a hero, you know, and it’s something that I read - and I feel bad that I can’t remember who wrote the book - but it’s in one of the books explaining, ‘Those guys are heroes, you are a spy. It’s a different thing - it’s a different skill set - and you don’t have any of their moral high ground or ay of that good stuff.’ And that just makes her so interesting to me. So yeah, the stuff I’ve got going on with her in the second one is killer.” - Joss Whedon on plans for Black Widow in Avengers: Age Of Ultron 

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"The Black Widow always wins and will continue to."

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If you could take Hitler out, would you do it? Sure. Yes. Easy. Most of use would. What about Oppenheimer? That’s when things get interesting. Could you follow orders to kill a man because the product of his genius would become a weapon of war? Could you pull that trigger? Yes, I can. I did… and that, as much as anything, is what makes me the Black Widow.

If you could take Hitler out, would you do it? Sure. Yes. Easy. Most of use would. What about Oppenheimer? That’s when things get interesting. Could you follow orders to kill a man because the product of his genius would become a weapon of war? Could you pull that trigger? Yes, I can. I did… and that, as much as anything, is what makes me the Black Widow.

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ladyavenger:

Born circa 1928, Natalia “Natasha” Romanova was orphaned as a child when she was trapped in a burning building during an early attack on Stalingrad by enemy forces. Ivan Petrovitch Bezukhov found Natasha in the inferno and rescued her. Following World War II, Natasha was recruited to become part of the Black Widow Program. She studied as a ballerina to cover for her true occupation, and was later biotechnologically and psycho-technologically enhanced—providing a rationale for her unusually long and youthful lifespan.

ladyavenger:

Born circa 1928, Natalia “Natasha” Romanova was orphaned as a child when she was trapped in a burning building during an early attack on Stalingrad by enemy forces. Ivan Petrovitch Bezukhov found Natasha in the inferno and rescued her. Following World War II, Natasha was recruited to become part of the Black Widow Program. She studied as a ballerina to cover for her true occupation, and was later biotechnologically and psycho-technologically enhanced—providing a rationale for her unusually long and youthful lifespan.

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movies that need to happen: Black Widow (2014)

Do you know what it’s like to be unmade?”

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“Fallaces sunt rerum species et hominum spes fallunt”

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Regimes fall everyday. I tend not to weep over that, I’m Russian. Or I was.

Regimes fall everyday. I tend not to weep over that, I’m Russian. Or I was.

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As egos collide, Black Widow—street name, Natasha Romanova—is the only character who does not throw a monstrous hissyfit. The only character to gather actionable intelligence against Loki from Loki. The character who not only literally kicks sense back into the brainwashed Hawkeye, but then absolves him of any sins performed while under the loony god’s spell.

You want fearless? When midtown Manhattan is swarming with thousands of robo-aliens, the dreaded Chitauri, Black Widow commandeers one of their slippery aero-sleds and flies it to steal Loki’s glowing phallic scimitar so as to save the world so Iron Man can blow up the aliens.

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From an article about the reviews downplaying/ignoring the importance of Black Widow in the film, and the role of women in action in general. (via honeyspider)

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