Last week, the first trailer for the Black Widow movie dropped, after YEARS of fans asking for a Black Widow movie since her first appearance in Iron Man 2 in 2010, and thus far the response is a resounding… meh.
It was also interestingly pointed out by Ashley Lynch, a really good film editor and commentor on Twitter, that they had released the trailer at midnight.
Of course, this film comes too little too late for me and a number of other people, due to circumstances surrounding both Scarlet Johannson as well as executive decisions within Marvel Studios itself.
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Hello everyone, and welcome to a new episode of Brain Food!
Today’s episode has me reviewing Margaret Stohl’s book, Black Widow – Forever Red.
However, as much as I wanted to like this book, I couldn’t. It was boring, slow, and was more or less, as the youtube reviewer Reeder Skeeter put it “Forever Red, guest starring Black Widow.”
Check out her review of the book, as it’s got some additional, interesting insights I glossed over, more or less because I was so bored with the whole thing.
Plus, she’s smarter than me. She got hers from a library whereas I spent actual money on my copy.
Hello everyone, and welcome to a new video wherein I explore not only a lack of merchandise for Black Widow, but also a piece that erases her from her awesome moment in the Age of Ultron movie.
Frustrating, to say the least.
Also included are a number of links that helped me in my research of this matter, which I highly recommend you all read for further information:
How The Toy Aisle Erased Black Widow From Her Own Best Scene.
Metal Gear Solid 5 Female Character Gets An Unusual Figurine.
Disney Spent $15 Billion To Limit Their Audience.
Invisible Women: Why Marvel’s Gamora And Black Widow Were Missing From Merchandise.