The other death of Black Widow in Avengers: Endgame (VIDEO)


MADRID, 11 Apr. (CulturaOcio) –

Marvel Studios already confirmed that in an early version of Avengers: Engame, the death of Black Widow was different that showed in the version that finally came to the cinemas. Now it comes to light the epic scene in which the the character played by Scarlett Johansson sacrificed in Vormir to get the Gem of the Soul.

In Avengers: Endgame, Hawkeye, and Black Widow travel to Vormir to be done with the stone of the soul. After a conversation with Red Skull, guardian of the stone and an old acquaintance of the Movie Universe Marvelthey realize that one of them must die for the other to stay with the precious uniqueness… and as he did Thanos the sacrifice his adopted daughter Gamora.

Thus, in the version released in theaters this passage, after a fight between them, finally Natasha Romanoff is the one who is ahead of Clint Barton and is launched into the vacuum to die after suffering a brutal fall. In this unreleased version of the scene, the result is the same, Black widow is sacrificed in order to get the gembut the sequence has an extra load of epic and action, since it makes it while the minions of Thanos shoot at the two Avengers.

It is just when you have been hit by several shots and appears in the background the menacing figure of the Titan Crazywhen Black Widow is dropped by the cliff, not if, before throwing a last look, with an emotional charge terribletowards his companion, and great friend Hawk’s eye.

A death which, as is well known by all fans of Marvel, was not in vain because thanks it’s the Avengers, after travelling in the time, they managed to take the Gem of Infinity and undo the genocide cosmic, the formally known as Decimation, perpetrated by Thanos at the end of Infinity War which reduced to ashes the half life of the universe.

Although this epic sacrifice was not the last word of Natasha in the Marvel Universesince the character of Scarlett Johansson will have its own movie alone. A prequel set after the events of Civil Warand before Infinity War, which will hit the cinemas finally in November, after being delayed its premiere by the pandemic coronavirus.