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    **sigh** I'm really going to miss Natasha in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    My favorite film interpretation of Comic Heroine ever.

    They could have gone so much further with the character, I think a part of me will always feel a little cheated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerPlay25 View Post
    **sigh** I'm really going to miss Natasha in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    My favorite film interpretation of Comic Heroine ever.

    They could have gone so much further with the character, I think a part of me will always feel a little cheated.
    Especially since the very end is when she gets her solo movie.

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    I was already wondering if I'm the only one on this board who is excited for the movie as nobody was even mentioning it, let alone discussing it

    Well, even at the risk of talking to myself here are my two cents:

    What we've seen so far the comic run that influenced the story most is obviously the Waid/Samnee run. Of course the film isn't a direct adaptation of any comic but it seems like they took most inspiration from that one, which makes sense as it was one of the most cinematic comic books I ever read, especially the first issue, whose sky chase will also get directly referenced in the movie.

    Also love this direct panel to screen adaptation:

    bwtrailer.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by chicago_bastard View Post
    I was already wondering if I'm the only one on this board who is excited for the movie as nobody was even mentioning it, let alone discussing it

    Well, even at the risk of talking to myself here are my two cents:

    What we've seen so far the comic run that influenced the story most is obviously the Waid/Samnee run. Of course the film isn't a direct adaptation of any comic but it seems like they took most inspiration from that one, which makes sense as it was one of the most cinematic comic books I ever read, especially the first issue, whose sky chase will also get directly referenced in the movie.

    Also love this direct panel to screen adaptation:

    bwtrailer.jpg
    I echo that feeling. Not just here but also over on twitter and the like. If I ever see people talking about it they are always like "It will probably ge bood but I can't get excited".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matternativ View Post
    I echo that feeling. Not just here but also over on twitter and the like. If I ever see people talking about it they are always like "It will probably ge bood but I can't get excited".
    Actually I only get that feeling here. Everywhere else it's easily the most anticipated summer movie of the year.
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    Yeah, for a lot of people for whom the MCU has been their entry point and reference to the MU, Natasha is *the* premier female heroine of the MCU and this is a movie they've been waiting for for ten years and is simultaneously a send off for the character. The movie will do fine, it may not do as well as it could have in a pre-COVID era but I think it will do as well as a movie could in this post-COVID world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicago_bastard View Post
    I was already wondering if I'm the only one on this board who is excited for the movie as nobody was even mentioning it, let alone discussing it

    Well, even at the risk of talking to myself here are my two cents:

    What we've seen so far the comic run that influenced the story most is obviously the Waid/Samnee run. Of course the film isn't a direct adaptation of any comic but it seems like they took most inspiration from that one, which makes sense as it was one of the most cinematic comic books I ever read, especially the first issue, whose sky chase will also get directly referenced in the movie.

    Also love this direct panel to screen adaptation:

    bwtrailer.jpg
    I didn't even think of that, but it makes sense.

    Glad they didn't try to adapt the Samnee look though.

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    I'm really excited for it. And that they're adapting the Samnee/Waid run makes it even better. It's easily my favorite Black Widow series.
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    I didn't like the Waid/Samnee run much at all but if they want to throw in some action scene parallels be my guest.
    Some of these are pretty cool.

    I do hope this story will have a much more creative and easier to invest storyline which is where aforementioned run faceplates hard for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matternativ View Post
    I didn't like the Waid/Samnee run much at all but if they want to throw in some action scene parallels be my guest.
    Some of these are pretty cool.

    I do hope this story will have a much more creative and easier to invest storyline which is where aforementioned run faceplates hard for me.
    Well aside from action parallels there are some obvious plot similarities: Nat is on the run from SHIELD in the comic, she'll be on the run from the governments of the world in the movie. She has to face a newly formed Red Room in both.

    But that is only the basic outline, most of the story will surely play out differently so it's possíble you'll like the movie.
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