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Brian Rhodes
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Posted: 14 May 2019 at 10:20am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Have any of the movies ever actually referred to her as such? 

During the interrogation scene at the beginning of THE AVENGERS, the Russian thug ridicules her with it (in Russian), since she initially didn't seem dangerous to him at all.  

"The famous Black Widow, and she turns out to be just another pretty face." 


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Eric Smearman
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In AGE OF ULTRON during the attempts to lift Thor's
hammer, when the others expect her to take a turn someone
says "Widow?".
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I remember in HOMECOMING Flash saying "Yeah, and I'm dating Black Widow" as a response to Peter saying he was friends with Spider-Man.
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Re: Widow name

On AoS, Patton Oswalt's character tells Daisy that the online Quake/Black Widow pairing is called "Quack," which I thought was pretty funny.


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They’re REALLY wanting to beat AVATAR. 

Re-release next weekend with extra scenes. 
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Brian Floyd
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Supposed to have an end cutscene added, too.

No thanks. I assume all that will be on the Blu-Ray/DVD/digital releases. I can wait.


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Same here. No double-dipping from my pocket book for a few scrapped scenes. 
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I've been meaning to see it again and take my brother for his birthday. This seems like a good reason to get back to the theater. For something like this, I much prefer a real theater experience to my own living room.
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This film looks amazing on the big screen...I've seen it 4 times and this will
give me a good excuse with the GF for us to go again.
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I may end up going and seeing this again since my significant other hasn't seen it but wants to.

I enjoyed it. There were some parts that were genuinely moving. This is despite my dislike of "go back in time and create an alternate timeline" stories. But I knew that was part of the story going in. And the last alternate timeline that was created -- that one I actually approved of. 

I don't think this is the end of the MCU Avengers. A few years down the line we'll see a New Avengers with some "old-timers" in the line-up along with new faces. 
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Charles Valderrama
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Avengers: Endgame is roughly $27 million shy of the $2.78 billion grossed by Avatar in its original run plus subsequent rereleases... many experts are saying that even with Marvel Studios re-releasing Endgame this past weekend, it won't catch up with Avatar anytime soon.

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What if they included a free giveaway Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt to the first two million customers? 

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