She was also in Infinity War ... so, three of the top five highest grossing films of all time. Not too bad, I guess.With all the stars in this movie, it sure should be #1... and Zoe Saldana (Avatar and the MCU) I think is the only one in both of the biggest of all time..
There are actors with big time geek cred, but that's a pretty good resume all by itself, then throw in Star Trek as well...
True and I really hope that GOTG3 isn't just Peter trying to get time-displaced Gamora to fall in love with him, because we've already seen how their relationship played out in the first movie. No need to rehash familiar territory.I’m sure it will be a major factor in GOTG but honestly I rather keep the dead people dead so the story means something
In defense of the Film. It was og Thanos that made the sacrifice & he was long dead by the time Gamora "returned" & not really the same Gamora. So if they were to bring Natasha back that would require the removal of everyone who sacrificed/loved her. Hawkeye, Hulk & Ironman. Ok that last one's off the list, but I like to think he was sacrificing himself knowing the cost.speaking of time-displaced Gamora, it would seem that the sacrifice she made to attain the stone CAN be undone, with just a little bit of time travel. we are told that Natasha's sacrifice CAN't be undone, because the sacrifice she made to attain the stone was permanent/everlasting/whatever... but Gamora made the exact same "Everlasting Sacrifice", to attain the exact same stone. and this WAS undone. so what's to stop Our Heroes from just going back in time and "displacing" a past version of Natasha, by bringing her forward to the future, so she can continue in the MCU? if Zoe Saldana can continue in the MCU after sacrificing her character to attain the stone, then why can't Scarlett Johansen be resurrected in the exact same way? this bargain doesn't seem very "permanent" or "everlasting" or whatever. all it takes is a little bit of time travel.
(and/or: Red Skull said the deal was "a soul for a soul". so when Cap goes back in time and takes the stone BACK to that same moment.. then wouldn't the same deal apply, "a soul for a soul"? when he returns the stone, then Natasha's bargain should be undone -- no harm, no foul).