Marvel Fans Spot Ominous Infinity War Easter Egg In Black Widow Trailer
The first trailer for the upcoming Black Widow movie has been released, but fans think they have noticed something worrying which could mean very bad things for one character.
If they're right, there is a major spoiler for Black Widow below, so read on at your peril.
The Avengers spin-off stars sees Scarlett Johansson back as Russian killer Natasha Romanoff in her first solo Marvel film.
She stars alongside Florence Pugh, who plays her 'sis' Yelena Belova. Rachel Weisz also appears opposite Johansson as Melina Vostokoff, as does David Harbour (known to Stranger Things fans as Hopper), who plays Red Guardian.
But things don't look good for Yelena, who we see wearing the same vest worn by Romanoff in Infinity War. Ominous.
Now, as Black Widow is set before the events of Infinity War, fans of the series believe this could hint at the death of Romanoff's 'sis' - especially as the pair are set to team up against the evil villain Taskmaster.
Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "Oh...god Yelena is really wearing the green vest that Natasha wore in infinity war...#BlackWidow."
A second concerned fan asked: "What if....Yelena died and Natasha wore her vest and dyed her hair blonde to remember her?"
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"That's the vest from Infinity War... Is a certain someone dying in this movie???" commented a third.
While another added: "I don't wanna say Yelena's gonna d word in the black widow movie which is why she's wearing her vest in infinity war but... "
Whether this means Yelena is definitely sliced bread or not, we'll have to wait until next year to find out. What this does mean, however, is the start of Marvels' phase 4.
So what can we expect from the movie? Well, so far, we don't know too much. We do know that Black Widow was given to the KGB at birth, and was groomed and conditioned to become its ultimate agent.
But following the break-up of the USSR, the government tried to kill her off, leading her to become a freelance operative in present-day New York.
This film will find her living in the US 15 years after the fall of the Soviet Union.
Black Widow is set for release on 1 May 2020.
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