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Marvel Gives a Special Look at "Black Widow"

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I wasn't here for this movie because the first trailer felt really bland. But, I love the spy elements from this new look, so i'm very intrigued. 

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Taskmaster costume is a hate crime.

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The Taskmaster fight scenes look like they’re going to be great. Also pretty cool that we have two Oscar-nominated actresses in lead-roles. Overall, it will be refreshing to have something more grounded from the MCU in a long time.

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