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Comments for Robert Downey, Jr. Scene Reportedly Cut From ‘Black Widow’

Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) left and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) right in "Captain America: Civil War" (2016)

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5 Comments

  1. VIVIANNE FUNK

    Hello,
    I am a huge fan of Sebastian Stan (Bucky/Winter Soldier) and I’m not alone, as many many others are as well. So when I read something when he is included and clearly not given the importance he deserves, well, it makes me a bit upset. In this article, you add a link for Sam Wilson but left the Winter Soldier without.
    However, talking about the Winter Soldier, I went to see the movie Black Widow with the hope of seeing something about them in the Red Room because in the comics, he trains her and have a romantic relationship, also since Natasha told him “At least you should remember me” as he was chocking her in Captain America: Civil War, I figured they were going to approach their past a little bit. I think this movie was a bit of stretch, with her jumping from falling buildings and sliding on glass walls and scaping without a scratch. She is a normal woman with no special powers, so I didn’t like it.. What are your thoughts?

  2. Joe Boston

    I will watch Robert Downey Jr. is Iron Man anytime anywhere. To leave him out of any movie is ridiculous and a cinematic universe.

    1. Alex Lue

      I totally agree. I’m pretty sure every Marvel fan is a RDJ fan and would see him as Iron Man again any ‘ol time!

    2. Pidge

      Except… the movie wasn’t about him. It was Natasha’s time to shine (and shine she did) and Tony would have taken the spotlight away from her. The movie was fantastic! I wouldn’t change a thing.

  3. Pidge

    Nah, Iron man didn’t need to be there. The movie wasn’t about him, so why do y’all care if his face is in a shot for five seconds? I came to see Natasha (and she was awesome!) I loved the movie. I wouldn’t have liked it as much if they tried to shoehorn Tony in there.

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