Sam Wilson will next collaborate with Bucky Barnes for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier arrangement yet Anthony Mackie prodded that the character consistently needed to side project with Black Widow’s Natasha Romanoff. Made by Stan Lee and Gene Colan, Sam appeared in 1969’s Captain America #117. Working under the name Falcon, he was one of standard funnies’ first African-American superheroes, arising in similar few years as Black Panther, Luke Cage, and Blade.
As far back as 2016, Mackie has communicated his desire for Falcon and Black Widow to collaborate. He even referenced showing up in a performance Black Widow film some time before it got official. Similarly, the entertainer has much of the time kidded (and made it part of his own headcanon) that the pair were covertly dating between experiences.
While numerous comic book fans couldn’t want anything more than to have seen a Black Widow and Winter Soldier sentiment in the MCU, there’s no rejecting that Sam and Natasha frequently had incredible coy science. Furthermore, either choice would effortlessly have eclipsed (and worked obviously superior to) the inadequately got Hulk and Black Widow relationship formulated by Joss Whedon.
In spite of her demise in Avengers: Endgame, Natasha will behind schedule get the performance spotlight in the forthcoming Black Widow. For a period, it was accepted that the movie would straightforwardly set up The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Given that the Phase 4 record was revamped, nonetheless, putting the show first, it will stay to be seen whether that is still (or at any point was) the situation. In any case, fans have kept on leftover energized for both. Also, until it’s completely expressed somehow, the two alternatives remain totally legitimate.