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stephguz:

Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow in Captain America: The Winter Soldier 

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» posted 1 year ago with 74,045 notes − © damagaladriel

c0oma:

(….& Clint) 

c0oma:

(….& Clint) 

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» posted 1 year ago with 412 notes − © c0oma


tagged as: #black widow #pretty fanart
hipsterhawkeye:

Just bought this sexy piece of comic.

hipsterhawkeye:

Just bought this sexy piece of comic.

(Source: markbarkov, via hellsdescent)

» posted 1 year ago with 211 notes − © markbarkov

Excuse me, but where is the Black Widow movie announcement? 

» posted 1 year ago with 14 notes

“Fallaces sunt rerum species et hominum spes fallunt”

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» posted 1 year ago with 4,648 notes − © scarjoboobshasmoved-deactivated

tagged as: #black widow #avengers
» posted 1 year ago with 3,458 notes − © of-flowers

tagged as: #black widow #avengers

Nine Photos of Natasha Romanova

(Source: lucasbryants, via witchfiltharchive-deactivated20)

» posted 1 year ago with 1,298 notes − © lucasbryants

tagged as: #Black Widow

"You just have to scan the spandex bulges in “The Avengers” to see that superhero movies remain a big boys’ club, with few women and girls allowed. Yes, there are female superheroes on screen, like Jean Grey from the “X-Men” series, but they tend not to drive the stories, while female superheroes with their own movies never dominate the box office. Most women in superhero movies exist to smile indulgently at the super-hunk, to be rescued and to flaunt their assets, like Scarlett Johansson’s character in “The Avengers,” whose biggest superpower, to judge by the on- and off-screen attention lavished on it, was her super-rump."

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Manohla Dargis

While I agree with you on the marginalization of women - and of people of color, as they mention later in the article - in superhero films (that is a whole can of worms that we talk about a lot on Tumblr) Black Widow was NOT there to be rescued and not to be looked at.

  • Did you know she actually helped save the day using Loki’s staff and jumped onto a flying alien moto-bike thingy to get to the top of Stark Tower to close the portal?
  • Did you know she helped her friend, and fellow Avenger, Clint get out of a powerful mind rape, even after he tried relentlessly to kill her while under said mind rape? 
  • Did you know her outfit shows no cleavage whatsoever is actually tasteful and practical?
  • Did you know she kicked Russian terrorists asses while tied up to a chair (in an awesome and not revealing dress)?
  • Did you know she was a major part in getting Bruce Banner to join the team?
  • Did you know she then outran him AND survived being chased by him as The Hulk in a small, enclosed space and STILL worked with him later to save the world?
  • Did you know she was practically the only one of the SHIELD/Avengers team to not have a massive, immature temper tantrum on the helicarrier?
  • And by the way, did you know we were looking at EVERYONE’S asses in that film?

You are a lazy critic and were clearly not watching the same film a lot of other people were. But what do you expect from a critic who complained that Jennifer Lawrence’s body was “too womanly” and big to be believable as a survivor in a dystopian world (which seemed to be a major point for why she didn’t like the film) yet said nothing about Josh and Liam’s bodies?

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(Source: The New York Times, via fuckyeahblackwidow)


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» posted 1 year ago with 15,793 notes − © wintersoldiers

tagged as: #avengers #black widow
m-ciao:

there’re too many people in my sky

m-ciao:

there’re too many people in my sky

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» posted 1 year ago with 147 notes − © m-ciao

» posted 1 year ago with 3,206 notes − © vibranium

You and I remember Budapest very differently.

(Source: escapetofiction, via graylees)

» posted 1 year ago with 5,221 notes − © escapetofiction