The Avengers is so hot and popular since it was released. However, playing new villain “black widow” by Scarlett Johnson in the avengers becomes a highlight in the film. And then, we together count different sexy beautiful makeup looks.
Cool Black Widow Make-up
Playing new villain “black widow” by Scarlett Johnson in the avengers becomes a highlight in the film. Makeup looks neat and bottom natural, flawless. What is more, the black zentai suit add her sexy temperament . Deep delicate Eye makeup makes a deep sense of mystery, whole makeup look let her temperament is dye-in-the-wood. A blonde hair dyed dark red, dressed in black tights, in perfect body, white skin, she is so sexy!
Recently, The Avengers is so popular, a number of people walk into the film to watch it. Even, there are some people have watched it twice. Today, I search the Captain America AVENGERS to watch and know more about it, so I fond these photos, they are so wonderful! And then, I am happy to share them with all of you! There seems to be much more detail visible in the following images. Let’s watch it!
Recently, the Avengers is very popular. And many people begin to talk about a question that which league has more power. Some people think the Avengers is more stronger, but, other people think the Justice League is more better. And then, what do you think of this? Which the best team of superheroes the world has ever seen? This is a question!
All due respect to the Norse legend and the whole God of Thunder thing, Thor has always seemed like a B-lister among comic book superheroes — nowhere near as complex and compelling and prone to dark moments as the Supermen and Batmen and Spideys.
And the good news is: Thanks in large part to a charming, funny and winning performance from Australian actor Chris Hemsworth in the title role, the big-screen version of “Thor” is the most entertaining superhero debut since the original “Spider-Man.” Director Kenneth Branagh brings his Shakespearean cred to the table, but he balances the speechifying about loyalty and betrayal and father-son issues with breathtaking action sequences, dazzling special effects and some wickedly funny moments as well. (We even get at least two references to “The Avengers.”) The result is wall-to-wall entertainment that sets the bar high for the 2011 summer superhero season.