Published on: 21:05:2016
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Fans have been asking for a Black Widow movie for some time now. She’s been a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe ever since Iron Man 2, but people didn’t see the potential for a solo film until at least The Avengers, with Captain America: The Winter Soldier cementing her badassery for audiences worldwide. While everyone from camp Marvel have stated they want to make a Black Widow, movie nothing seems to have really moved forward. Even stars of the MCU want to see a Black Widow movie happen and, in Anthony Mackie’s case, act in it as well.
Anthony Mackie, who plays Steve Roger’s wingman and fellow Avenger Falcon, spoke with Hit Fix about his role as Martin Luther King Jr. in HBO’s All the Way. Of course, any superhero actor doesn’t get away without answering at least one MCU question, so the conversation eventually turned to what Mackie thought about a Black Widow movie.
Well, I think Black Widow needs a little bit of aerial support! I would love, in any capacity, to be a part of that. I’ve always been a huge fan of Scarlett’s, and I’ve always, since I met her, just really admired her as a person. So in whatever capacity I would be used — Falcon would fly for Black Widow.
Falcon in a Black Widow movie sounds awesome. He’s usually a character that works better with others, rather than on his own. Sam Wilson is such a solid dude that he doesn’t really have his own issues; he’s best when helping others. So him teaming with Natasha, who’s the patron saint of past baggage, makes total sense. Anthony Mackie goes on to say that he feels the movie would be “more of a spy espionage-type movie” with Black Widow as sort of a female James Bond. I would very much like to see that movie.