As far as the original storyline goes, the lead of the Civil War story Captain America died at the hands of Crossbones but it seems “Captain America: Civil War” movie will take an altogether different route. Latest updates reveal that another popular Avenger will meet an end in the movie.
According to Yibada, Scarlett Johansson’s character Black Widow and an important agent of S.H.I.E.L.D will be meeting her death in the aftermath of “Captain America: Civil War.”
Right from “Avengers,” Johansson has been the person behind many accomplishments in the team. Firstly in “Iron Man 2,” she was the reason why Nick Fury was able to keep an eye on Tony Stark. She got in the Hulk while the superhero team was just being assembled, she assisted Captain America stay hidden during “Captain America: Winter Soldier,” Kept the secret of Hawkeye having a family away from the public eye and even helped track Ultron in “Avengers: Age of Ultron” when the team was finding the megalomaniac robot. Things might change after her death in “Captain America: Civil War” and one of those things could be that Steve Rogers who shares a close friendship with the character might question what he was really fighting for. As a frequent collaborator with Black Widow on S.H.I.E.L.D missions and training the new Avengers, Captain might surrender his Anti-Registration side and stop the battle following her death.
Others too might feel that getting involved in the battle against each other was too much especially when the main antagonist Baron Zemo was playing everyone. On her part, Black Widow will at least have the satisfaction that all her secrets will go to the grave with her with only a few or possibly no one knowing them. Comicbook.com added the news about the “Captain America: Civil War” promo that has been doing the rounds. Recent promos show Captain will be sporting the classic chainmail armor that will be a part of his suit while Iron Man will be using the Bleeding Edge armor.
It sure is going to get ugly when former “Avengers” allies will clash against each other loaded with their own set of beliefs and ideologies. “Captain America: Civil War” will release on May 6th next year.
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