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Black Widow and The Hulk are a powerful duo whose relationship is filled with Following the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, critics of comic book lore There's also the issue of what happened in Hulk when Banner got. Mark Ruffalo reveals the relationship between Black Widow and Bruce Banner is still in play in Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War. The newest Marvel film, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, is throwing fans a serious curveball with the Hulk and Black Widow relationship. There have been many inter-teammate relationships all throughout the Marvel comics, but Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff and Hulk/Bruce Banner never.
And it showed, even if Avengers: Age of Ultron is listed as most MCU fans least favorite movie.
A nice Easter Egg only true fans caught in Avengers: Around twelve minutes into the movie, the Avengers are returning from Sokovia. The music Banner is listening to is an aria from the opera Norma, called Casta Diva one of the most famous arias of the nineteenth century.
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The opera is about a priestess who loves a proconsul named Polion. The only catch, however, is that Polion is in love with another priestess name Adalgisa. Often known in the cinema world as a three-way love triangle, it goes to show how long this trope has been around. This random opera song is important regarding Black Widow and Hulk is that Bruce might still be in love with Betty Ross.
At least, this was the impression Joss Whedon wanted audiences to have.
In addition to the opera, is another Easter Egg drop in an orbital tracking platform, known as Veronica. For fans of the Archie comics, Archie Andrews is always torn between the two women that love him, Betty and Veronica. So, to say that the relationship between Black Widow and Hulk is a safe one would be a lie.
Shipping Black Widow and Banner together could have dire consequences attached to it. Grant it, Natasha can hold her own.
The threat officially becomes a reality about the S.
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Helicarrier, when the Hulk is doing everything in his power to smash Black Widow into the afterlife. Only because Thor stepped in.
Yet, Natasha continues to pursue Banner. If it works out in the future, great.
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And if not, at least fans were able to have fun with it. At the beginning of Avengers: Whether these traits will come to play in the MCU has been under much dispute, especially after the ending of Avengers: I think Whedon chose to have Natasha sit out on the game because he knew it would throw off the budding relationship he was building between Hulk and Black Widow.
If so, would the writers give another nod towards their ship? Another possibility to consider is a Valkyrie and Black Widow ship. It would be fun for the characters and for fansand nothing more. Not only did Hulk get to enjoy a life fitting for him, but he had a female companion to keep him company during the downtime. Instead, viewers got to see how Hulk and Widow might work as trusted friends and as frenemies. On the other hand, in the newer Avengers Assemble cartoon, the two share a trusting relationship.
The two work together when the other Avengers are exposed to Gamma Radiation and Hulk out. By the episode's end, Hulk entrusts the device to Black Widow.
In other episodes they share time together, with Hulk asking about Black Widow's past. While not the romance of the MCU, it is interesting to see another take on the heroes who share troubled histories. The relationship caused a big stir among fans, with Joe Russo recently saying "I know it seems to be a generally unpopular choice.
You know, you can't win them all.
In her previous outings, like Captain America: The Winter Solider, Widow's fighting and espionage skills were front and center. While she did a fair bit of those in Age of Ultron, some writers were concerned about the romanticized role Widow plays in managing The Hulk's anger.
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Others focused on the somewhat stereotypical backstory of frustrated maternal instincts. Most agreed, though, that the film didn't develop the reasons for their love in enough detail. The relationship was also seen in a broader context of controversy about female superheroes at the time.
Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans made some very off-color comments about Black Widow's romantic connections during the press tour and, at the same time, news broke of a leaked email conversation that was critical of female-led superhero films between Sony's Michael Lynton and Marvel Entertainment Chief Executive Ike Perlmutter.
Scarlett Johansson came on the show to create a trailer for a parody Black Widow movie. This was no average superhero flick, though, as their trailer was for a stereotypical rom-com.
It even included a little dig at Widow's short-lived and misguided job in the comics as a fashion designer. While their typical romcom meet-cute played Romanoff against the robotic villain Ultron, the closing moments of the sketch bring Johansson's Black Widow together with a comically created Hulk.
The sketch is not only funny, but it highlights the importance of solid female-led superhero offerings. The MCU isn't only popular with guys and the huge successes of Wonder Woman and Black Panther have show that diverse movies are doing incredibly well in the superhero genre.
Rumours still fly about a real Black Widow solo movie, which apparently has been interviewing for a female director. Their first date didn't go well Lies, betrayal, violence, and fear. These are words which you probably won't want to use when — on your first double date with a new romantic partner — someone from the other couple asks, "So how did you guys meet?
Romanoff hires a little girl to lure Banner to a shack away from the city, under the false pretense that her father is sick. Once Black Widow's trap is revealed, she uses her sex appeal and lies to draw Banner closer. She tells Banner that there's no one outside waiting for him, and that — as far as she knows — Nick Fury's interest in him has nothing to do with "The Other Guy.
Banner is far from innocent himself. He purposely frightens Romanoff, appearing enraged just to get her to show all her cards. She pulls a gun on him and the supposedly nonexistent S. Both Romanoff's actions and Banner's are understandable under the circumstances. But they're not exactly the foundation to build a lasting relationship of love and trust. Their second date was worse We've had a lot of screen time with Black Widow. So we know Black Widow well enough by now to know she doesn't get easily flustered.
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Romanoff hides from the Hulk in the ship's bowels, but once he finds her, she doesn't have a chance on her own. Afterwards, we see Black Widow shaken. Even though the battle is continuing throughout the Helicarrier, Widow is sitting and clearly recovering from her terror. It's the only time we've seen her like this in all of the films. We've seen her scared, sure, but even after seeing her in battles with armies of robots and getting choked out by Bucky's metal arm, we've never seen her utterly traumatized except in this moment.
It seems absolutely insane to think that the man who inspired this trauma — in a team full of handsome and mostly single men — should be the one she's drawn to. As a result, the Hulk spent plenty of time scattering crowds of scared soldiers, dodging missiles, and tearing through tanks. The Black Widow is no cigar-chomping general barking orders, but she is a part of a structure that Bruce Banner has come to know all too well. That's why when she appears in that shack with her joke about how Calcutta wasn't the best place for Banner to avoid stress, in spite of her alluring smile and her flattering outfit, Banner knows exactly the kind of person he's dealing with.
He's dealt with them before and it's likely he'll deal with them again. Fury may not have sent Black Widow to kill Banner, but if that had been Fury's goal, Romanoff is precisely the kind of person he would send, and Banner knows it. Which makes Banner's eventual closeness with Romanoff so strange.
Sure, by the time Avengers: Age of Ultron opens, Banner has won some soon to be destroyed trust with the the world, but he knows better than anyone else how quickly that can change. The Abomination Not only is Natasha Romanoff exactly the kind of assassin who would be tasked with killing Banner if that call was made, it's possible she has connections with the man who proved the Hulk's most challenging foe — Emil Blonsky, a.
Admittedly, it's a stretch, but it's not outside the realm of possibility that Romanoff and Blonsky have some kind of connection. When he's introduced in Incredible Hulk, we learn Blonsky was born in Russia. Presumably, Blonsky moved to England and joined the Royal Marines before he could ever be a part of Russia's military, so there isn't necessarily a reason to assume he would have known Black Widow when she was killing for the Russians.
First, while Black Widow may trust her teammates, she obviously doesn't trust them with everything.