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Black Widow Could Murder You With Her New 'Civil War' Haircut

We're hair for it.

Earlier today (May 15) we brought you the news that "Captain America: Civil War" villain Crossbones (Frank Grillo) had shown up on the Atlanta, Georgia set in costume for the first time. But even bigger news was waiting in the wings -- literally: Scarlett Johansson is also on set as Black Widow, and her new haircut is awesome.

A little bit of background:

When Natasha Romanov was first introed in "Iron Man 2," she looked like this:

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Long, curly tresses down past her shoulders.

The next time though, Black Widow didn't look like that anymore.

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"Avengers" established a pattern, that not only would Widow change her costume and weapons, but also her hairstyle. Which makes sense, right? She was trained to be a chameleon-like spy, so why wouldn't she be constantly switching up her appearance?

By "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," she had added a few inches.

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And bought a flat-iron, maybe.

...But chopped it all off for "Avengers: Age Of Ultron."

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What about bob?

Oh, and then there was that time she wore a wig, but we're not sure that's canon.

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Okay, it's definitely not canon.

And now for "Civil War," she's back to a variation on her "Winter Soldier" style...

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Scarlett Johansson films scenes on a motorcycle for Captain America: Civil War in Atlanta, Gerogia.

But way browner, with some '70s style waves, and we are there for it.

Even riding a motorcycle and all smudged she looks awesome.

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Scarlett Johansson films scenes on a motorcycle for Captain America: Civil War in Atlanta, Gerogia.

Because, you know, she just killed someone. With her hair.

Toss that 'do, Scarlett.

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Scarlett Johansson films scenes on a motorcycle for Captain America: Civil War in Atlanta, Gerogia.

It's like she just stepped out of a salon where she murdered a whole metric ton of dudes. You can keep your villains, and same-old, same-old Steve Rogers look: Black Widow is the main draw of this movie, and she looks rad.