Natasha Romanoff got threatened by Gamora for thanos!

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Speaking about his role in a new featurette, the actor said: “What I really wanted from Safin was to make him unsettling… thinking of himself as heroic.”

The featurette also provides more glimpses into the movie which was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the film also stars Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear, Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Jeffrey Wright, Ana de Armas, Dali Benssalah, David Dencik, Lashana Lynch, and Billy Magnussen.

“No Time To Die” is scheduled to release in November.

Meanwhile, it’s been learned that British actor Tom Hardy has been cast to replace Daniel Craig as fictional MI6 agent in the James Bond franchise.

In the MCU, many characters have had new life breathed into them with talented actors, solid scripts, and storylines that allow them to show what they are made of and save the day. Iron Man, for example, has risen from being a so-so hero to the star player of Marvel, and Captain America has never looked better.

What about Natasha Romanoff, otherwise known as Black Widow? She doesn’t have a space hammer or a giant green form, but her elite training and gadgets allow her to handle any human opponent, and she can infiltrate any facility or assassinate any target. But she’ll need a partner. Who in the MCU would be a good partner for Black Widow, and who would be a poor fit?

Gamora is a humanoid alien who was adopted by Thanos in her girlhood, and she has undergone some serious training. She is a master of the sword, and martial arts come just as easily to her. Up close, not many opponents can stand up close to her for long.

What is more, Gamora is serious, practical, and mission-oriented, and that puts her in the same league as Black Widow. In a way, Gamora is the Black Widow of the Guardians of the Galaxy, so she’d be a natural fit for the human Black Widow