Black Widow Originally Had A Familiar Design For Avengers: Infinity War

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November 05, 2018  12:00 PM

 

Marvel fans were definitely surprised to see a whole lot of changes to Black Widow’s (Scarlett Johansson) look in Avengers: Infinity War. Replacing her flowing red hair with a blonde bob and her black jumpsuit with a green outfit, Natasha Romanoff looked very different from her usual self in the film. However, it seems like Joe and Anthony Russo originally had a more familiar look in mind for the Avenger.

Marvel fans have been happily sharing concept art from the first installment in the Russo brother’s two-part Avengers movie online, and thanks to a post by a fan on Twitter, fans get to see Marvel’s original design for Black Widow in Avengers: Infinity War. While the character has a few items of green clothing on her, sometimes a hoodie, sometimes a scarf, sometimes a vest, the character keeps her long red tresses in the design.

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Knowing that Natasha was one of the members of the Avengers that survived Thanos’ dusty massacre in Infinity War, fans are eager to see whether Black Widow will be getting another makeover in Avengers 4. There are rumors that the film is going to jump years ahead after the events of Infinity War, and who knows what kind of look Black Widow is going to take in the years between installments.

Meanwhile, in other Black Widow news, Marvel has confirmed the development of a solo movie for the Avenger. Last week, a rumored synopsis of the Black Widow standalone made its way online, claiming that the movie would be a prequel showing the character’s origin as an operative for the KGB.

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