Black Widow's Post-Credits Scene, Explained | CBR


CBR - Comic Book Resources 12 July, 2021 - 01:40pm 7 views

How much did Black Widow make on Disney plus?

Marvel's 'Black Widow' Made $60 Million on Disney Plus. VarietyMarvel’s ‘Black Widow’ Made $60 Million on Disney Plus. Is That Good?

Who plays taskmaster in Black Widow?

One of the big revelations in Marvel's Black Widow is that Taskmaster—a character whose identity is hidden for 80% of the movie—is revealed to be Antonia Dreykov, played by Olga Kurylenko (Quantum of Solace, Oblivion). GizmodoMarvel's Black Widow: Let's Talk About Taskmaster

Is Black Widow on Disney plus?

"Black Widow" is now available on Disney Plus while it's still playing in theaters. To stream the film at home, Disney Plus subscribers need to pay an extra $30 Premier Access fee.'Black Widow' Disney Plus Premier Access review: Is it worth $30?

How is Black Widow doing at the box office?

At a cost of $30, “Black Widow” grossing more than $60 million online means roughly two million households bought the film. Disney+ has more than 100 million subscribers. ... Disney also said that “Black Widow” grossed $78 million overseas, bringing its world-wide box office total to $158 million. The Wall Street JournalDisney’s ‘Black Widow’ Tops Box Office, Lifting Prospect of Moviegoing Rebound

Black Widow writer Eric Pearson shed some light on the Marvel Studios film's foreboding post-credits scene.

"I loved the idea right from the beginning that we opened the movie with Ohio and this kind moment at peace where Natasha's a kid," Pearson told "She's basically living as a kid, forgotten her whole mission as a secret, Russian spy. And then we end the movie with the fireflies again and she's gone through this, she's reconciled with her past, she's at peace again, ready to go on and make that ultimate sacrifice. So, the idea that this family, whether it's Yelena or the family, erected a tombstone for her in Ohio, I felt was very touching, and I loved that."

In the post-credits scene, Yelena Belova visits Natasha Romanoff's grave, only to be greeted by Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine. Apparently serving as Yelena's employer, Valentina informs the grief-stricken super-spy that the one responsible for her surrogate sister's death is Clint Barton/Hawkeye.

"As soon as they told me that there's this character in Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, and it was going to be Julia Louis-Dreyfus, I couldn't have gotten to the computer fast enough," Pearson continued. "I was like, 'Yes! Let me at it.' That's me. I want to take a serious moment and then flush it down the toilet. Like, I want to take that great moment where Yelena is truly having a moment of quiet reflection with her lost sister and then have Julia Louis-Dreyfus blow her nose and just be so ruthlessly pragmatic about everything."

In late 2020, Florence Pugh's Yelena was confirmed for Disney+'s Hawkeye series, which is reportedly targeting a fall 2021 premiere date. That said, it shouldn't be long before the seeds planted in Black Widow begin to sprout throughout the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Directed by Cate Shortland, Black Widow stars Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, David Harbour as Alexei Shostakov/Red Guardian, O-T Fagbenle as Mason and Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff. The film is now in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access.


Read full article at CBR - Comic Book Resources


Entertainment Stories

Top Stores