Black Widow, Irina Meier's Natasha Romanoff cosplay suddenly breaks

Black Widow, Irina Meier's Natasha Romanoff cosplay suddenly breaks

Black Widow

Irina Meier is working on a new cosplay of Natasha Romanoff, the character played by Scarlett Johansson in the movie Black Widow, but something went wrong and the costume suddenly broke.

As we told you in the review of Black Widow, in the film set before the events of Avengers: Endgame Natasha appears wearing different costumes, including the classic black one you see in the video below.

"I swear to you, I didn't want to do fanservice with my Black Widow cosplay, but in the end it was the fanservice that did it all by itself! "wrote Irina in her post on Instagram, describing the unusual and funny inconvenience.

" After more than ten years of career , I experienced the magical moment when my breasts destroyed a zipper! I was lucky it happened at the end of the photo shoot and not at the beginning, hahaha! "

It is actually the first time that the Russian model breaks one of her cosplay, but it is also true that she often does not use hinges: this is demonstrated by her interpretations of Tifa from Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Triss Merigold in Cyberpunk version 2077 and Aela the Huntress from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

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Shang-Chi tops Black Widow as biggest movie at North America box office this year

Disney's latest Marvel blockbuster 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings' has officially beaten Disney's other Marvel hit 'Black Widow' in North American ticket sales, according to the latest figures from Comscore.

Why it matters: The success of both films points to the extraordinary power of the Marvel franchise in luring people to the box office, even as the pandemic drags on.

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Be smart: The film has so far brought in nearly $187 million in North American theater ticket sales, and nearly $331 million worldwide.

  • For now, it lags behind 'Black Widow' just slightly on the global stage, but it could surpass the movie in total box office sales globally in coming weeks.

  • Flashback: Shang-Chi obliterated Labor Day weekend box office records, bringing in $94 million for the full four-day weekend, per Comscore. That early momentum has continued, despite COVID-19 cases surging in some parts of the U.S.

    Be smart: The film's global box office success is especially noteworthy, given that the movie has still not been approved by China's government to run in the country's theaters. It's looking increasingly likely that the film may never get a release date in China, despite Disney's best efforts.

  • 'Even without a China release date, the film is an unqualified box office hit and will undoubtedly be a huge hit on the small screen of when it makes its debut there,' said Comscore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian.

  • The big picture: In recent years, box office ticket sales have skewed more heavily towards action and adventure movies from popular franchises like Marvel, Star Wars and the Avengers, while the share of ticket sales for dramas and comedies has fallen.

  • Action movies lend themselves to higher-end film experiences on big screens, compared to more passive, low-budget films like dramas.

  • While theater ticket sales have experienced strong momentum in the past few months, analysts don't expect the box office to recover meaningfully until 2022.

  • What to watch: It's been a good year for Disney at the box office, thanks in large part to the success of its Marvel movies. But the company, which has over a dozen additional Marvel films slated for the next few years, could be facing some trouble.

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  • Marvel sued Disney on Friday for copyright termination protections of Marvel's Avengers characters, per the Hollywood Reporter.

  • What's next: Disney announced last week that Shang-Chi will be made available on its streaming service Disney+ at no additional cost to subscribers on Nov. 12.

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