Scarlett Johansson reacts to “blended responses” to Black Widow’s demise in Avengers: Endgame, saying Natasha Romanoff’s penance just “appeared well and good.” Five years after portion of all life in the universe is woken up from presence by Thanos (Josh Brolin) in Avengers: Infinit War, Black Widow and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) excursion to the infertile planet Vormir to recover the Soul Stone: one of six Infinity Stones expected to bring everybody back. At the point when the spooky Red Skull (Ross Marquand) uncovers the stone searchers should make a never-ending trade — a spirit for a spirit — it’s Natasha who makes a definitive penance.
“It’s amusing on the grounds that I’ve had sort of a ton of blended responses to her definitive destiny in Endgame,” Johansson revealed to Entertainment Tonight during a 2019 visit to the arrangement of Black Widow. “Yet, as far as I might be concerned, it seemed well and good that she would forfeit herself for everyone’s benefit of humankind, however really for her companions, which was truly at its core. She’s a decent one.”
Before she eradicates the red in her record in Endgame, Natasha’s previous causes issues down the road for her when she reunites with her discovered family from before the Avengers — Russian super-fighter Red Guardian (David Harbor) and the Red Room-prepared super-spy professional killers Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) and Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz) — in Black Widow, a “mid-quel” set in the middle of the occasions of 2016’s Captain America: Civil War and 2018’s Infinity War.
“I believe what’s intriguing to put [Black Widow] as of now [in the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline], you definitely know the folklore of what she’s heading out to do in those motion pictures,” Harbor told ET. “Thus [you see] how she got to that several years prior by rejoining with these individuals from quite a while ago.”
Endgame chief Joe Russo recently concurred there could have been no “greater endpoint” for Natasha than her generosity, saying on the film’s home analysis track: “Demise isn’t generally something awful. It very well may be an honorable end. What’s more, it very well may be profound, and it very well may be chivalrous. On the off chance that you penance yourself for billions, apparently to be an amazing completion of your story.”