Everything We Know About Marvel’s Black Widow Movie
It took more than 10 years for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to center a project on a female superhero. The result? Captain Marvel had the sixth-biggest worldwide opening ever. (It now ranks seventh.) While the Brie Larson character got to be the first female Marvel character with her own movie, Black Widow, played by Scarlett Johansson, will always be the first female Avenger in the MCU. And now, finally, there’s going to be a movie focused entirely on her.
Black Widow first appeared in Iron Man 2 in 2010, working undercover at Stark Industries, and she’s since appeared in seven different MCU movies. A standalone Black Widow movie has been long discussed and finally got the go-ahead in early 2018. Here’s what we know about it so far.
When will Black Widow be released?
Black Widow will be the first film of Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It was originally supposed to come out in May 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed its release to November 6, 2020, before it was again delayed to May 7, 2021, and then again until July 9, 2021, at which point it will be released simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+. To view it at home, will cost you though, even if you already subscribe to the streaming service. Like Raya and the Last Dragon, it will be a Premier Access release with a fee of $30.
Is there a trailer for Black Widow?
Marvel Studios released the first teaser trailer for Black Widow in early December, and a full-length one, above, in March. We’ve seen plenty of Johansson’s Natasha woven throughout the MCU, but this time, she’s focusing on herself and her own past. Violently reuniting with her “sister” Yelena (Florence Pugh), Natasha sets out to tie up loose ends and returns to what looks like the Red Room, the Soviet spy training facility. The trailer also features glimpses of Rachel Weisz’s Melina Vostokoff and David Harbour’s Red Guardian—”family, back together again.” ดูหนังออนไลน์