Black Widow is the latest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to come out in theaters and it would have happened long ago if it wasn’t for the COVID-19 pandemic. But after so many delays the movie is about to release worldwide and fans are excited about it. It will be the first female superhero movie based on the original Avengers and Scarlett Johansson might be seen for the last time in the MCU. Here is everything you need to know about the Black Widow movie.
Black Widow Release Date and Trailer
Black Widow movie release date is set as July 9, 2021, in theaters across the United States and most parts of the world. There could be a difference of one or two days in several countries, but most of the regions will get the movie around the same date.
There are multiple Black Widow trailer, TV spots, extended clips and the promo materials will keep on increasing as soon as the release date gets near.
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— Black Widow (@theblackwidow) May 10, 2021
Black Widow Cast and Characters
- Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow
- Florence Pugh as Yelena
- Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff
- David Harbour as Alexei Shostakov aka Red Guardian
- Ray Winston
- O.T. Fagbenle
- Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark (Cameo)
- William Hurt as General Ross (Cameo)
Black Widow Plot Theories
Black Widow is confirmed to be a prequel and the movie story will take place between the events of Civil War and Infinity War. Natasha will be reunited with her sister Yelena to stop the threat of Taskmaster who is working on a whole new batch of Black Widows. It is not clear what is the exact plot of Black Widow but based on the trailers we can say there will be a lot of action involved.
Black Widow Disney+ Streaming Details
Black Widow will be streaming on Disney+ the same day it releases in theaters and it is something no one ever expected. The COVID-19 pandemic has made studios adapt a new method where a movie is released in theaters and streaming service on the same day. Black Widow will be the first Marvel movie to adapt the formula and it will also decide the fate of future MCU movies.