Durante uma entrevista sobre Capitão América: Guerra Civil, os irmãos russos foram questionados sobre se eles estariam interessados em fazer um filme solo de Viúva Negra. Apesar do calendário do estúdio não constar nenhuma produção envolvendo Natasha Romanova de maneira solo, é possível que algo seja alterado:
“Ah, sim, nós amamos esse personagem, e nós amamos Scarlett. Nós achamos que (Viúva Negra) é uma das personagem mais ricas – se não a mais rica – no universo Marvel. Ela é assombrada por demônios e sua compreensão do mundo é fascinante . Eu acho que há muita coisa que pode ser feito com esse personagem.”
Ambos Scarlett Johansson e Kevin Feige têm comentado sobre a possibilidade de um filme solo de Viúva Negra; Scarlett recentemente dissera que “compartilha uma visão similar.”
“Eu acho que há espaço para um filme independente. Natasha tem uma história realmente rica de origem, e eu tenho sido muito cobrada para construir esse personagem a este ponto onde eu acho que agora posso começar a revelar lados diferentes da dela.”
Mas para além destas citações, não há nada que a Marvel está realmente considerando um filme solo. Como nas história em quadrinhos são muito emocionante, qualquer filme sobre ela seria épico. Vamos ficar na torcida quem sabe essa novela tem um final feliz!
Safety in numbers has taken on a whole new meaning in the NFL this offseason. That’s because few zeroes are being dangled to the free agents playing the position. The safety market has proven soft even for a league in which teams are flush with salary-cap space.
New quarterback Tyrod Taylor gives them a better chance to win than any of the quarterbacks who were on the 2017 roster; March additions Jarvis Landry, Chris Hubbard, E.J. Gaines, Terrance Mitchell, T.J. Carrie, Chris Smith andDamarious Randall give them some much-needed talent and experience; and they’ll have the opportunity to add a handful of starting-caliber players with five picks in the first two rounds of the draft.
Still, this is a team that won zero games last year and lost stalwart left tackle Joe Thomas to retirement. Unless all or most of those picks start and excel right away and their three 2017 first-round picks break out, the Browns will remain at least a year away from being considered a real pro football team.
But Bridgewater bombed at Louisville’s pro day—a performance which was probably magnified because he didn’t participate in passing drills at the combine.
Six weeks later, Bortles was the third overall pick of the draft. Bridgewater slipped to the No. 32 spot.
That might not necessarily be the case with Darnold, but it goes to show that pro days can make a hell of a difference. Johnny Manziel might not have been a first-round pick if not for a strong pro day, while Carson Wentz might not have been picked second overall had he not put on a show at his.
Darnold’s pro day might not determine whether he becomes a successful NFL quarterback, but there’s a good chance it has a major impact on where he’s drafted next month.
If quarterback Derek Carr can bounce back in 2018, that six-win Oakland Raiders 2017 campaign will quickly be forgotten, but Carr needs more support on both sides of the ball. New head coach Jon Gruden and Co. didn’t do enough in March to quell those concerns.
On Monday night, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross reportedly said that all of his ers will be standing for the anthem in 2018. On Tuesday, Ross has revisited the issue via a statement issued by the team.
It’s also clear that he realizes that his words have sparked renewed interest in a topic that had been dormant for months.
No trade can become official until the league year starts in a week, but trade agreements can be made, and the Rams have been active on the trade market. They’ve also traded for cornerback Marcus Peters from Kansas City, and they traded defensive end Robert Quinn to the Dolphins.
The 26-year-old Ogletree started every game except the Rams’ meaningless Week 17 game last season. But with a $7 million roster bonus coming up and a $3 million base salary, it’s not surprising the Rams wanted his $10 million cap hit off their books. Now the Giants will take that hit, and hope they’ve bolstered their defense.
Robert Kraft the Patriots fan didn’t appear to like the move of benching cornerback Malcolm Butler in Super Bowl LII. Robert Kraft the owner, however? He was all for it.
In speaking with reporters at the NFL Annual Meeting on Monday, Kraft explained why even though he didn’t necessarily enjoy seeing Butler on the sidelines while Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles carved up New England’s secondary, he was all for the move because it was Bill Belichick’s idea.
We’d love for him to be able to hurt them on the run and to run. We’re not necessarily interested in increasing the number of runs. I think we’ve got a lot more options as far as how to get him on the run in the passing game, and giving him a better pocket and having better blocking. You might say protection, but the way to get that done is to be imaginative in the running game. Some of the college stuff needs to be thought about here. That’s a big part of the conversation that’s going on at the office.