Take a look at their kiss and the decision that followed: While it was nice to watch them explore whatever it is they hoped to find in each other, one thing came out triumphant: their friendship. What gives the villain-turned-superhero more depth is her ability to constantly switch sides, making her a constant enigma when it comes to what she'll do next.
Do you think there could be anything to Mackie’s theory of a love affair between The Falcon and Black Widow?
For most of the movie, Black Widow seems more interested in setting Steve Rogers up with someone else.
According to Mackie, there’s a hidden reason for Black Widow’s lack of interest in Steve Rogers.“It’s interesting, you know, there’s this rapport in my character study that I came up with,” said Mackie.
“Because every scene, she’s trying to introduce Cap to a young lady.
And when I meet her…our first scene we shot together, she was like ‘Hey, Falcon.’ And I went, ‘Oh, oh, hey Widow.’ And so then, I was like, ‘I get it. That’s why she’s trying to give Cap to her friends.’ So if you watch the movie, and watch it real close, you’ll see the love affair that we have for each other.