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lieutspectrum · 22 days ago
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Black Widow’s director Cate Shortland on ‘involuntary hysterectomy’ clap-back
“So Eric, who is our writer, had written a joke about women being in bad moods because they have their period, Shortland recalls. And I remember Florence and Scarlett and I reading it and just being like, ‘Oh, my God, this is ridiculous.’
The director says she almost cut the joke entirely, but after discussing with her actors, ultimately decided to “answer it.” She didn’t clarify if that meant improvising on the day of or going back for traditional rewrites, but the outcome was the final digression on involuntary hysterectomies.
I love it, Shortland says. Because it’s like, if you’re gonna make that joke, I’m gonna unleash Florence Pugh on you. She’s gonna Yelena you. It’s one of my favorite moments in the film.” 
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poessunflower · 20 days ago
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Me: Wow I can’t believe it’s canon that Natasha and Tony both survived Endgame :)
MCU: That’s not canon though
Me: You just made every possible timeline real with the Loki season 1 finale so aCTUALLY—
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captainmarvall · 26 days ago
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if you look closely you can see how she got less sexualized in every movie
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sad that it took nearly 10 years
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twerkforambrose · 23 days ago
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Natasha Romanoff & Yelena Belova parallels | Black Widow (2021), dir. Cate Shortland
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tonkysexist · 25 days ago
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The Black Widow movie highlights all the problems I had with the way Joss Whedon approached the forced hysterectomy aspect of Nat’s background.
As Yelena notes when she shows Nat her vest- the girls of the Red Room don’t have bodily autonomy. They can’t make any decisions for themselves. The hysterectomy bit in the plane acts as a very vile and vivid example of this.
Joss Whedon chose to put all his focus on the “no kids” angle instead of the bodily autonomy angle. In his eyes the horror was the absence of child bearing, not the absence of choice. To him- it’s a given that all the girls in Red Room would’ve had babies if their lives had gone differently- bc women who can’t have children are monsters and societal outcasts.
When Nat inquired about Yelena wanting kids she replied that she wanted a dog. I take this as Yelena doesn’t want kids, BUT she still mourns the loss of that choice. She resents how she never had a chance to come to that realization herself. Which, for most women, will hit home more than just “shes infertile and it’s the worst possible thing that could happen to her.”
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jjeangrey · 24 days ago
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the first shot of natasha in the mcu is her walking towards us and the last is her walking away from us
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tinymintywolf · 25 days ago
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touched up a black widow piece i did last year and added a yelena to match!
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