“One thing is for certain; I am done running from my past,” Natasha Romanoff, AKA Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), says over a flurry of battle sequences.
The spy thriller sees Black Widow confront the darker elements of her ledger every time a dangerous conspiracy arises with ties to her past. To become an Avenger, she must now face her past as a spy and the broken relationships she left .
“Black Widow” is the first movie in phase four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Within that deadline, its events happen after”Captain America: Civil War,” but before”Avengers: Infinity War.”
Among the most expected movie movies,”Black Widow” was originally set to debut on May 7. But Disney announced a major overhaul of its 2021 movie slate last month, for example, delay of”Black Widow,” that will now release on July 9 to theaters and Disney Plus Premier Access. Given that theaters are opening back up and past summer went without a Marvel blockbuster for first time in 10 years, fans will likely be all in for the big-screen experience.
Along with Johansson,”Black Widow” features Florence Pugh, David Harbour, and Rachel Weisz. It is produced by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and directed by Cate Shortland, who will be the first woman to solo direct a Marvel film. The first-ever was Anna Boden, who co-directed “Captain Marvel” with Ryan Fleck.
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