Emily Blunt reveals why she turned down Black Widow in ‘Iron Man 2’

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There have been many requests over time for Emily Blunt to play a role in a Marvel Studios production. The first story that she was able to achieve the above goes back to 2010, within the framework of the filming of Iron Man 2, a film in which Natasha Romanoff, better known as Black Widow, made her first appearance in this universe. Although we know that Scarlett Johansson stayed with the role and she has done it fantastic, Blunt was offered to play the superheroine and for the first time the actress has revealed the real reason that led her to decline the offer.

In her recent appearance on The Howard Stern Show, Emily Blunt expressed that she was practically forced out of the role of Black Widow 2021 due to her contract she had with then-producer 20th Century Fox. It turns out that to give her a role in The Devil Wears the Lady. Fashion Blunt had to agree to participate in another film from the studio: Gulliver’s Travels (starring Jack Black) and just when filming began on this film at Marvel Studios they needed an answer about whether I was interested in being Natasha Romanoff: “They hired me to do Gulliver’s Travels. I didn’t want to do it, “said the protagonist of A Silent Place.

Obviously Kevin Feige (president of Marvel Studios) was not going to wait for Emily to start shooting Iron Man 2, so finally the role of Black Widow came to Scarlett Johansson. Probably if she had not had the other commitment Blunt would accept, since she was fascinated with what was done in Iron Man, although she admits that maybe superhero movies are not for her: “I love Iron Man and when they offered me Black Widow I was obsessed with him . I wanted to work with Robert Downey Jr., it would have been amazing, but I don’t know if superhero movies are for me. They are not in my alley. I don’t really like them.

Currently, fans have emphasized that Emily Blunt would be perfect for the role of Sue Storn in Marvel Studios’ adaptation of The Fantastic Four with Jon Watts (Spider-Man: Homecoming) as director, even if her husband John Krasinski sticking with the role of Reed Richards would be ideal, since both characters are also together in the comics. This request reached the ears of the actress and she mentioned her null contact with the studio in this regard: “This is a fan casting. No one has received a phone call. That’s just people who say

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