Black Widow Breaks An MCU Phase Tradition

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Black Widow Updates: Black Widow is the first film in the MCU phase four but stands out from the rest of the films here, which makes it unique. Other films repeat the past but haven’t, making it a more unique entry.

Black Widow breaks with the tradition of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is the first of four stages in the MCU and revisits Natasha Romanoff’s history as a spy and assassin before Avengers Infinity War. Offering fans closure after death, as well as introducing a plethora of new characters to appear in future MCU projects.

Black Widow is the first film in Phase IV of the MCU, but it doesn’t deviate from or deviate from its pre-set norms. The shared universe has maintained its interconnectedness by having in-between or post-credits scenes that determine what is to come in the films to come.

It introduced Thanos to the scene in the middle credits of Avengers, which set the stage for his Infinity Stones collection that eventually became responsible for the events of Avengers: Infinity War.

The post and mid-credits scenes have long been a staple of the MCU and although Black Widow has a credits scene that sets it apart from the others, it does not do what others have repeated in the previous Black Widow’s hockey, the next.

Disney+ does not accommodate anything except Contessa Valentina de Fontaine, while Yelena was visiting Natasha’s grave, showing her a photo of Clint Barton and given the task of killing the man Yelena believes to be Wormer. But this led to the death of his sister. It will have no effect on the remaining four stages of the Black Widow MCU.

Black Widow does not affect the other four stages in any way

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The events of Black Widow have nothing to do with the events in Avengers Infinity War or Avengers Endgame. The thing to think about is that despite being the first film to begin the next phase in the MCU, none of the upcoming films or films on their plots affects.

Stirring up a subplot for Hawkeye isn’t the same thing as setting up the next MCU movie, so it’s surprising to learn that Black Widow won’t be in control of anything to come and The Legend of the Ten Rings.

Yes, Black Widow introduced Yelena to the MCU, a character that has captivated audiences and will certainly feature in the events of future movies. But as far as what he and Natasha have done, it will have no bearing on any other film.

They set captain in America during the Civil War but before Natasha’s death, meaning whatever happened to her had already ended. Regardless of the outcome of the film, how it ended didn’t matter in the grand scheme of things.