ussromanov:

"So the girl is as clever as she is pretty.”

stormxpadme:

Scarlett Johansson role appreciation - captured in gifs

Iron Man 2 - bonus material

sugarfey:

evangerwolf:

Steve’s face tho like “where’s your righteousness Natasha” is priceless 

copperbadge:

That time Natasha destroyed her enemies with a bedsheet. 
[From Amazing Adventures #3, 1970.]

copperbadge:

That time Natasha destroyed her enemies with a bedsheet. 

[From Amazing Adventures #3, 1970.]

BLACK WIDOW #7
NATHAN EDMONDSON (W) • PHIL NOTO (A/C)
“Fog of War”
• Natasha returns to San Francisco
BLACK WIDOW #7
NATHAN EDMONDSON (W) • PHIL NOTO (A/C)
“Fog of War”
• Natasha returns to San Francisco
lamardeuse:

hellotailor:

bookshop:


for annvincible

If this were the actual poster I would probably burst into tears. I might just do anyway.

Also: I’m still CROLing over the posters for Cap 2 that attempt to make Chris Evans look craggy and grizzled, when he’s clearly wearing a thick layer of super-smooth foundation in most of the actual sceness in the trailer. MAKE UP YOUR MINDS.

Oh, FFS, this isn’t the real poster? WHY NOT, GDI?

lamardeuse:

hellotailor:

bookshop:

for annvincible

If this were the actual poster I would probably burst into tears. I might just do anyway.

Also: I’m still CROLing over the posters for Cap 2 that attempt to make Chris Evans look craggy and grizzled, when he’s clearly wearing a thick layer of super-smooth foundation in most of the actual sceness in the trailer. MAKE UP YOUR MINDS.

Oh, FFS, this isn’t the real poster? WHY NOT, GDI?

Fallaces sunt rerum species.
pancakiest:

pew pew

pancakiest:

pew pew

philnoto:

Natasha and Maria - Black Widow #4

"When someone lists the reasons they don’t want a Black Widow movie, they’re actually outputting a personality error report."

Luke McKinney, 5 Superheroes Who Should’ve Gotten Movies Before Ant-Man

I want to break this one down because I’ve seen a lot of “reasons I don’t want a Black Widow movie” posts, and they all curdle the same way. It is okay if you don’t like Natasha Romanov, and wouldn’t go see a movie about her, I will not be coming to your door to sell you tickets like Girl Scout cookies. It’s alright, really, that you don’t like spy films, that you find them uninteresting. In a shocking twist, Hollywood produces dozens of movies I find boring every year. Sometimes they’re even about superheroes. I will survive this.

But the thing about repeating these “Black Widow isn’t interesting, she’s a supporting character, she doesn’t have powers” syllables like a mantra is that you’re not trying to convince yourself, are you: you’re trying to convince the people who do want this film. Or if not convince them, dismiss them. It gets more obvious when the train derails into “Marvel has so many other women characters that are way cooler” like, obviously, people who like Natasha are just ignorant, of those actual good superheroines, of comics in general. As though wanting a BW film creates a crusade against the better female characters, and not comments like these. “The only reason she’s popular is because of the movies,” like fans of those movies don’t know what they want to see in them. They’ve been brainwashed, somehow, into caring about a character the films want you to care about: a ruse true fans, objective fans, can see through and avoid.

The problem is that so many of these arguments against a Black Widow movie become arguments against Black Widow fans. I have no idea why and how people find some characters so fascinating, but I take them at their word when they say that they do. Because when you question fans’ ability to want things because they don’t want the same things, that is when you begin outputting a personality error report.

(via fuckyeahblackwidow)
"There is so much to explore with Black Widow, certainly her past, which is always something that’s been shrouded in mystery. We continue to open up the story and give little tidbits and throw the bone out once in a while as to where she came from and what her background is. There’s a lot to explore in the past but certainly where she’s going too. When you take a character who’s had the past that she’s had, who has seen the darkest places, over time she appreciates what the right thing is in her mind and starts to understand humanity. But because she’s seen the darkest depths of humanity, there’s really such a full spectrum as to where this character could go. It’s been fun to explore that because it’s colorful and it’s not just putting on a cat suit and doing all kinds of smoldering poses."
Scarlett Johansson, Total Film (via fuckyeahblackwidow)

ussromanov:

Natasha + her little smirk