The video shows you the alternative scene of the death of the Black Widow in Avengers: Ultimatum


The Black widow and the Hawk the Archer in Avengers: Ultimatum (Movie / Marvel)

It has been almost a year since Upcoming Deadline he premiered the short film he made a year pass for movie theaters, breaking all records at the box office. The film brought many of the scenes that left the viewers in awe, and until the present. One of the scenes most memorable in the film, it was the death of the Black Widow.

In the scene, which was in the final cut of the short film, we see the Eagle the Archer and the Black Widow on the planet, Vormir in search of the Jewel of the Soul. So it came to pass in the Avengers: Infinite War, the Red Skull warns him that to be able to delight in a sacrifice must be made. Soon, the two heroes know what needs to be done, and to vie with each other to cause the other game to the edge of the cliff. In the end, the Black Widow manages to win the fight, and sacrifices himself in the place of the Eagle the Archer.

However, the scene could have been so much different, but the same result: the death of the Black Widow. It was released with a video in which we see an alternate version of the death of Natasha Romanoff. The clip shows the Eagle the Archer and the Black Widow fighting some of the soldiers ‘ Claims, while a spy trying to get to the edge of the cliff. As well as the scene that was in the movie version, the alternative is heart-wrenching. In the end, His appearing in person, and In the play it to the death.

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But it won’t be the last time that Natasha Romanoff will appear in the MCU, at the end of the year, we expect the film to land the spy in the Russian. The short film has been directed by Cate Shortland, screenplay by Eric Pearson, Jac Schaeffer, and Ned Benson’s, and the music was composed by And Alexandre Desplat. The plot shows In before he joined the Avengers. The cast counts with Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour, Rachel Weisz, Oliver Richters and O. T. Fagbenle.

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