Scarlett Johansson has just confirmed that fans will finally find out the truth about Budapest's mission in Black Widow.
This is a question that haunts fans of the MCU : that happened in Budapest while Black Widow and Hawkeye were there on a mission? A mystery that would be on the point to be elucidated in Black Widow's solo film – scheduled to hit theaters in 682587 – according to Scarlett Johansson's last interview for Screenrant . The actress, who lends her features to Natasha Romanoff, said: “We all agree that we have to find out what happened in Budaspest. It all started with this line written by Joss Whedon for the first Avenger, a funny moment between Black Widow and Hawkeye. Clint and Natasha talk about their history, a little bit of their past, which has launched many theories among fans “.
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She continues: “We thought that if we didn't come back to this story, the fans wouldn't be happy. We often talk about what's going on in Natasha's head. I think that she is haunted by this past for r which she feels guilty about. A feeling of unfinished work that pursues her and brings her back to Budapest. The film is not about this event, but it is one of the starting points that allows us to understand his suffering “. We know,
the plot of Black Widow will take place between the events of Captain America Civil War and Avengers Infinity War , so the events of Budapest will already be well behind the heroine, but flashbacks have already been announced and we can't wait to discover this one.
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