Black Panther, who has been playing a key role in Marvel Comics history for decades, is now ready to make a grand appearance on the silver screen through the Black Panther movie. We witnessed him debuting in live action in Captain America: Civil War. Now, as part of the Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we will see him as the main character in his own solo flick Black Panther. Adding to the excitement is that we are going to have another strong character in the film but in a negative shade. A recent clip showed Black Panther and Black Widow in a not-so-friendly discussion. Does it mean Black Widow will be the villain in the movie Black Panther? What is to be expected from the upcoming blockbuster? Here are a few hints.
A scene that was removed from Captain America: Civil War has been released recently. In the clip, one can see Scarlett Johanssen’s Natasha Romanoff and Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa in a heated face-off. As revealed by the USA Today, the scene, although not an action-packed one, has the duo engaged in a verbal war. T’Challa is being warned by Natasha, and she says he is subject to the Sokovia Accords because of his Black Panther vibration-weave armor. It also makes it compulsory for him to register as a super-powered entity. The situation gets a bit more tensed when she calls him politically naive for assuming that he can expel Bucky Barnes to Wakanda to go through the trial in charge of killing the country’s king and T’Challa’s father, T’Chaka.
Watch the Deleted Scene from Captain America: Civil War:
The chopped clip doesn’t have the Black Panther in a quiet state. Rather, it shows how brilliantly he phrases off Johanssen’s blazing Black Widow. The scene is certainly a thought-provoking one and teases the audiences what kind of exciting developments are in store in the future in the story.
This is, in fact, the third deleted scene from Captain America: Civil War which has been released online. Is it just a promotional stunt before the release of Captain America: Civil War, which is going to be released on digital HD platforms and the Disney Movies Anywhere app on September 2, or is it doing the groundwork for making the fans ready to see Black Widow as the villain in the Black Panther movie slated for release in 2018?