Black Widow almost included an Iron Man appearance, essayist Eric Pearson confirms. Marvel Studios restarts its big-screen activity with the Scarlett Johansson and Cate Shortland project. Initially set to start off Phase 4, Black Widow at last gives Natasha Romanoff the solo film following quite a while of being in the MCU.
Speaking with Phase Zero, Pearson addressed rumors that Robert Downey Jr. was supposed to show up in Black Widow, which obviously didn’t appear. The author reveals there was an early draft of the script before he boarded the project that remembered Nat and Tony’s last conversation for Civil War; so, as a general rule, it’s re-used film and the entertainer wouldn’t have gotten back to film new scenes. Be that as it may, through rewrites, it was in the end scrapped. Pearson also opened up about the problem he confronted when those same speculations started, realizing that it was not going to occur. Understand what Pearson said beneath:
I do recall now that one version of the script, before me, in a real sense had composed into it the end snapshot of Civil War with Tony and Natasha, ‘I’m not the person who needs to keep an eye out.’ But it was old film. It would’ve been ‘Hello crowd, recall where we are, we will key off this snapshot of her.’ So, it wouldn’t have been Robert Downey, in any event, to the best of my insight. That is the lone time I saw Tony Stark’s name in it, and it was just sort of a banner planted update, as ‘Hello we’re directly toward the finish of Civil War.’
I recall when those rumors came out, I was in London in our conflict room office, and I just glanced around and resembled ‘Are we-Am I supposed to be-I have the script here and Tony Stark is not in it.’ I don’t have the foggiest idea where it came from unless someone got an extremely old version where this sort of scene, which wasn’t so much as another scene. I don’t have the foggiest idea where it came from.
Truly, there will always be some sort of expectation that heroes such as Iron Man and Captain America spring up in future MCU projects. All things considered, they were essential players all through the Infinity Saga. In any case, it would take a touch additional time adjusting to the way that they’re presently not dynamic players in the franchise now. As for Marvel Studios, it’s most likely for the best to not get them anytime in the foreseeable future as they establish their new account for Phase 4 and past. Everything being equal, it seems like they perceive that as demonstrated by scrapping Tony’s Black Widow appearance.