This article deals in depth with the ending of “The Black Widow”. Like the last two scenes throughout the movie. So if you’re a person who does not like spoilers and have not seen the movie yet, then you probably should not go further)
Finally, Natasha Romanoff has taken her own film to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, theaters and Disney +, after more than a decade of playing sidekick. Scarlett Johansson has played a major role (not a cameo) in eight MCU films, including “Black Widow,” which is a sign that only Robert Downey Jr. can fit – and had the advantage of having three “Iron Man” movies starring. Natasha was essentially the heart of the MCU as a playback utility.
Since Natasha died in “Avengers: Endgame”, of course “Black Widow” takes place before this movie. It takes place immediately after the events of “Captain America: Civil War”, with Natasha on the run, after the Avengers destroyed this airport in Germany. Reunites with her old “American” spy family, embarks on a great adventure to occupy the Red Room, then escapes from General Ross and his soldiers once more and heads to help Steve Rogers to disband all other #TeamCap members out of jail.
But it is not a pure escape. The “Black Widow” ends with Natasha standing among the wreckage of the Red Room, her family and the other Widows safely as the black government SUVs approach. The film is then cut into black before giving us a brief overview “two weeks later” in which Natasha’s smuggler gives her a quintet.
How did he leave? We do not know, you do not know, and “Black Widow” director Cate Shortland does not know. Here she told us when we asked her about this confused scene.
“It was appropriate because we wanted to leave the question of how to get away with it, instead of letting the audience run out of another fight,” director Cate Shortland told TheWrap.
“We wanted to leave you high with the question of how she used her ingenuity? Because he did. And rather, I would say, negotiated a way out of this situation. But I do not know. “
What we would usually take away from this is that we would find out what happened there in a later film. Maybe when we go with Yelena (Florence Pugh) on the Disney + “Hawkeye” show. But since the events of “Black Widow” will be very old news in this narrative – it takes place about seven years before “Avengers: Endgame” (when the extended period occurred) – does not seem like a topic that will have many reasons to appear. But it’s something Clint will probably come to know, so if there’s one place where this deal can be settled, it’s in Hawkeye.
Otherwise, our best guess is that Natasha offered this mind control antidote as a trade, although it is not clear how much use General Ross and associates use. would have it, since it is the first time in the MCU that we have seen this particular form of control. Jelena works hard to point out that Natasha was mentally regulated and not chemically minded – Bucky is also controlled by Hydra using mental regulation, so we would not think she would benefit from it. But it is undoubtedly something that SHIELD remnants would like in every way.
But we do not know. Hopefully we won’t have to wait long to find out. But for now, it would be a lot more fun to shoot down the post-credit scene, which features an appearance from a new character that seems to be very important to the MCU big picture.