It’s been two years since we’ve seen a Marvel film, and Black Widow is the first in that time. It would be an understatement to say that folks were ecstatic. And judging on the early feedback from those who saw the movie in cinemas or on Disney+, Marvel Studios has another another smash on its hands. Scarlett Johansson’s solo film was well-received by the general public. Having saying that, they didn’t necessarily like the entire film. There are a lot of individuals who aren’t happy about the usage of the Marvel villain Taskmaster. Black Widow retaliated in a way that feels eerily similar to the backlash against Iron Man 3 and the way that film altered the comic book origins of The Mandarin, in a move that feels eerily similar to the backlash against Iron Man 3 and the way that film changed the comic book origins of The Mandarin.
Taskmaster is a mercenary character named Tony Masters who has the unusual ability to learn any fighting style merely by watching someone else perform it. He offers this ability to almost anybody who is willing to pay for it. Taskmaster’s primary ability is preserved in the Black Widow film, as is the character’s physical appearance, but everything else about the MCU Taskmaster is altered. Taskmaster is not only not Tony Masters, but he is also not a man. It’s actually General Dreykov’s daughter. The girl is saved after being nearly murdered as a toddler in an explosion created by Black Widow, by implanting a chip in her brain that gives her the ability to fly. IMDB