Post-credits scene in Black Widow: What does Yelena Bulova’s end-credits scene mean?


Post-credits scene in Black Widow: What does Yelena Bulova’s end-credits scene mean?

The film BLACK WIDOW is finally out in theaters, but Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow story doesn’t finish there. What does the last end-credits sequence mean?

The complete Natasha Romanoff (Johansson) tale has now been seen by Black Widow fans. The last adventure of the hero detailed how the wicked Red Room was defeated. While the roots of the lethal assassin were detailed throughout the film, fans will see the hero for the last time. The same cannot be true for Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), a newbie to the Marvel Cinematic Universe who appears in a post-credits sequence.

Yelena is seen driving to Natasha’s grave in the Black Widow post-credits sequence. The inscription on the headstone says, “Daughter, Sister, Avenger.”

Valentina Allegra de Fontaine breaks Yelena’s silence after she takes a time to mourn Natasha (Julia Louis-Dreyfus).

This enigmatic character first appeared in the Disney Plus show The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s final episodes.

Valentina recruited US Agent / John Walker (Wyatt Russell) into her own version of the Avengers – the Dark Avengers – during the Disney TV show.

Valentina provides Yelena “her next target” in the post-credits sequence, confirming that she has already agreed to cooperate with the nefarious dealmaker.

Yelena is then given an iPad with a photo of the person she must assassinate: Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner).

Valentina also speculates that Yelena would seek to “avenge” the person who murdered her sister (Natasha).

Valentina is alluding to the events of Avengers: Endgame, which saw Black Widow and Hawkeye travel to Vormir in search of the Soul Stone. Of course, the only way to get the stone was to sacrifice someone on the cliffs, which Natasha was all too happy to do.

Yelena is likely to hold Hawkeye responsible for the incident and will carry out Valentina’s orders to kill him for both work and revenge.

Hawkeye, a new Disney Plus show, will continue this plot.

The program will premiere later this year and will delve deeper into Hawkeye’s stint as Ronin in Avengers: Endgame.

Kate Bishop, Clint Barton’s apprentice, is also introduced for the first time in the Hawkeye TV show.

The aftermath of Natasha’s killing will undoubtedly be a major focus of the new TV program, with both Clint and Kate taking on Yelena.

This comes after criticisms that her sacrifice was unnecessary. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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