Sadly yes, Marvel’s Black Widow might be delayed again. It’s been many years that fans & audiences have been in wait mode for Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff to get an alone film of her own. Fortunately, those wishes did get acknowledged when the film Black Widow went into extension. It was formally declared at San Diego Comic-Con the previous year. Set in between Avengers: Infinity War and Captain America: Civil War, Black Widow showcases Natasha facing her past as she wishes to bring out the Red Room that she used for herself to get trained years ago.
It is all change in the films’ launch date front. It was initially to happen on May 1. But now Black Widow has to catch up on the release date of November 6, 2020, that was earlier held for “The Eternals.” One, in return, is driven back to February 12, 2021.
But fans in the United States on the week of the premiere should have to endure a social media blackout. As the United Kingdom has a new Black Widow launch date, and it is a week ahead on October 28.
When will we get an official trailer on-line?
There is already an official trailer launched for Black Widow on-line. The internet has a positive and robust feeling showcased to it. Fans are going crazy over watching Natasha’s White suit that’s teased during Disneys’ D23 meet back in August.
Who all are the Cast Members in Black Widow?
Besides, Scarlet Johansson as Natasha, the film stars the Academy Award winner Rachel Weisz as Melina,
Mason as O-T Fagbenle,
Alexei Shostakov as David Harbour
Yelena Belova as Florence Pugh, and
According to the sources, we got to know that the shoot is set in Budapest, which is linked to Hawkeye and Natasha, the guest character by our favorite Jeremy Renner has been rumored a while ago.
Are there any Film posters of Black Widow So far?
The first film poster was disclosed back in August. Andy Park, the director of visual extension, exposed the artwork by showing a look at the titular agent and in her supporting cast as well.
Fans will get to see the Taskmaster involved in the storyline of Black Widow as a villain of the movie.
The film has two separate launch dates – one on November 6 in the United States and the other on October 28 in the United Kingdom.