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‘Black Widow’: Taskmaster interpreter reveals costume was “hot, bulky and heavy”

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The biggest twist of ‘Black Widow’ was the revealing of the identity of the Taskmaster, a disguise worn by Dreykov’s daughter (Ray Winstone), mastermind of the KGB’s murderous spy program.

Played by Olga Kurylenko, Taskmaster features a tactical outfit that honors the source material while making it functional for the real world.

In an interview with the Comic Book, Kurylenko commented on the villain’s look and admitted that it is not easy to act with all that military gear.

“Taskmaster’s skills are very complex, amazing, and almost unbeatable, so some people had to do the character stunts. I wish I could do everything myself. It was a lot of fun playing this character. I love acrobatics, martial arts and those extravagant choreographies. But this outfit, while amazing, makes everything more difficult because it is quite voluminous, warm and heavy.

She added:

“It took a bit of getting used to it and I needed more than one person to help me wear it. There is no way you can dress yourself. […] The thing is, it all takes a lot of work, but it was cool, because his look is so threatening. I’ve never played such a cool and complex character as this.

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Recalling that the villain’s alter ego created by David Michelinie and George Perez in the comics is Tony Masters, a spy known for his photographic reflexes, which give him the ability to copy all of his opponents’ movements and fighting styles.

Because of this, some fans were extremely dissatisfied with the movie version of Taskmaster.

One of them even sent hateful messages to Eric Pearson, the screenwriter of the adaptation directed by Cate Shortland.

In an interview with Comic Book’s Phase Zero podcast, Pearson said the following:

“I made the mistake of looking at the fan messages in my email and someone wrote to me, ‘It’s not my intention to go too far, but I felt betrayed by the revealing Taskmaster’s identity, it was the greatest betrayal of my life and it’s your fault. ‘. “

He continued:

“I was upset for a second and then I thought, ‘Well, you had a really good life then. If this is the worst thing that has ever happened to you then you must be excited because you were surprised by the movie.

Finally, he said he thought of other alternatives to the villain’s identity, including the original version, but picked the one that made the most sense for the MCU.

“Taskmaster would have other versions than Tony Masters himself. Believe me, I searched very, very hard for a way to connect Tony Masters to the Red Room, but what would be the reason? So I bent down to make the ideas more meaningful for the film and for the puzzle. [que é o MCU]. “

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Remember that “Black Widow” became the movie to break the $ 100 million US box office mark faster in the era of the pandemic.

It only took six days for the film to succeed. The previous record was “Fast and Furious 9”, which took eight days to collect. The other two films that managed to surpass $ 100 million in the United States in the era of the pandemic were “Godzilla vs Kong” and “A Quiet Place = 2”.

Globally, ‘Black Widow’ has already crossed the $ 200 million mark.

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Revision | Black Widow is an electrifying spectacle of action scenes, with very complex subjects

In the spy thriller, Natasha Romanoff confronts the darker aspects of her rationality when a dangerous plot linked to her past emerges. Pursued by a force that will not stop until it destroys it, Natasha must come to terms with her spy story and the broken relationships left after becoming an Avenger.

In addition to Johansson in the lead role, the cast includes David Harbor, Rachel Weisz, Florence Pugh and OT Fagbenle.

The production is directed by Cate Shortland, from a screenplay by Jac Schaeffer.

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