Black Widow is there where it all started. All set to know about her past life and her entity. This time, she finally came into the spotlight with her solo movie. The fans of Marvel were longing to actually see Natasha Romanoff turning to this furious assassin Black Widow. And she is here.
Upcoming Marvel’s Black Widow is one of the most desired movies of Marvel fans. Since her debut in Iron Man 2 as Pepper Potts’ (Gweneth Paltrow) assistant, she gained all the eyes. However, her actual part came in Avengers, and there she showed what she actually is. All the movies featured her contribution in the Avenger’s team, following her death in Avengers: Endgame at Vormir, to get the soul stone. However, the upcoming movie will focus on Natasha’s blood-stained past. The movie will continue Natasha’s journey after Captain America: Civil War and before Avengers: Infinity War.
Black Widow: Trailer Out Now
This is the first trailer that got out for the viewers. A clip also launched at Disney’s biennial D23 fan convention in August lately. The recent trailer featured Romanoff off to the trip to Budapest. This is the same place of which Hawkeye talked about multiple times in previous movies. The clip also introduced us to Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), as Natasha’s sister in a fantastic action scene. Meanwhile, Belova becomes the second Black Widow in the comics series; she is referred to as Romanoff’s sister in the trailer.
The clip also brings David Harbour’s Red Guardian and the older Black Widow (Rachel Weisz) in the frame. Along with the trailer, Marvel also released the official poster of its upcoming movie.
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Black Widow: More Of Tomb Raider
Although Marvel’s Black Widow comes from the Superhero series, the film looks more of a Tomb Raider one, with all the jaw-dropping action sequences. Ya, that’s right. From the trailer, fans can see Natasha Romanoff in her assassin mode, ready to kill everyone in her way. The action part is no doubt fabulous, intense, and full of ass-kicking, but kind of lacking that Avenger charm.
Last Of Stand-Alone Movies
It looks like Natasha Romanoff is one of the last remaining Avengers to have a solo film. Hawkeye is up for Disney+ series, with Jeremy Renner set to return as the titular character. Iron Man, The Mighty Thor, Captain America, Doctor Strange, and Black Panther already got their stand-alone movie series, and some of them also packed up in the last years. All we are left with Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk, although Universal Pictures owns the rights to any stand-alone Hulk movie. Meanwhile, Kevin Feige, Marvel’s head lately developed a three-film arc for Bruce Banner, that could have taken place over Thor: Ragnarok, Infinity War, and Endgame.
Black Widow: Release In 2020
With the debut of the Black Widow movie, Marvel will mark the beginning of its Phase four. The film is set to be out on May 1, 2020. Along with Black Widow, her all-time partner, Hawkeye, will come upon Disney+ on November 6.