It’s been eight years since the Black widow sacrificed her life in an alternate universe to save the world. Of course, it’s only been three years in regular season since then Avengers: Endgame was published. However her legacy lives on in the MCU as tributes have been paid to her in later films and today fans are celebrating the day she was born.
As revealed in Marvel lore, Natasha Romanoff’s birthday is December 3, 1984. She had to go through Hawkeye first, but she managed to win her bid to be the Life Sacrifice in order to obtain the Soul Stone. It’s the devastating decision and its unexpected ending that fans are mourning. In her loss, they found a way to honor her, and some of these tributes are so touching that it’s a good idea to have tissues nearby.
With a collage of smiles and different looks, it’s like she’s a real person they all knew. It’s like they went to her funeral and shook hands with their sister. It might be a bit much, but it’s touching and that kind of fan loyalty can’t be beat.
Then comes a tribute that blows everyone else away. A tissue is required to get through this video while Taylor Swift sings “You’re on Your Own, Kid” in the background. It’s not for the faint of heart.
As if this fan were offering pointers on how to do an appropriate tribute, this fan of emotion also adds to the emotion of Taylor Swift. Only this time, the song is “Bigger Than the Whole Sky,” solidifying Swift’s ability to make fans cry and be the perfect artist to say goodbye to.
Put down the tissues and get ready for this one. This fan took a different turn and rightly so. Of course, Scarlett Johansson brought Black Widow to life and gave her a soul when she wasn’t supposed to have one. The part that most fans loved most about her was how badass she was. How much action does a superhero have to offer fans to be remembered like this?
Natasha Romanoff was given due respect on her birthday, but Black Widow may not be gone just yet, and Scarlett Johansson, who plays the role, may be far from over either. When Black widow Released in 2021, fans got to see her in action again. The way time works in these films and the way they can shift sequentially might just keep the fan favorite coming back.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/news/mcu-fans-still-refusing-to-let-go-by-celebrating-the-birthday-of-a-fictional-and-very-dead-favorite/ MCU fans still refuse to let go by celebrating the birthday of a fictional and very dead favorite