It seems like Black Widow has been on the verge of coming out for years now, but we’re finally in the final months before the long-awaited Scarlett Johansson-led Marvel movie hits theaters. Which means Marvel is ramping up its marketing campaign (again) and giving us a brand new set of character posters. See the new Black Widow character posters below.
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How much do you know Natasha Romanoff? That’s what Black Widow star Scarlett Johansson asks in a new featurette released by Marvel in celebration of National Superhero Day, a real holiday that was definitely not invented recently.
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This week’s episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier delivered a surprise cameo with an Emmy-winning star playing a character from deep within Marvel Comics mythology. This character was originally meant to debut in Marvel’s Black Widow movie, which was originally intended to arrive before The Falcon and The Winter Soldier hit Disney+, but that hasn’t changed the supposed big plans for this new character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Since we have to dive into spoiler territory before we say anything else about new addition to the MCU, you’ll have to keep reading to learn more. Read More »
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Theory 11 previously created a double pack of Star Wars playing cards for the light and dark side of the force, not to mention an entire set dedicated to the Disney+ series The Mandalorian. Now it’s the many movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe getting shuffled up in a stylish new deck of Avengers: Infinity Saga playing cards. Check them out below. Read More »
By the time Marvel’s Black Widow arrives, it will have been over a year since it was supposed to hit theaters. So we have some catching up to do with Scarlett Johansson as the assassin-turned-Avenger known as Black Widow in her own movie.
In a new Black Widow trailer, it’s clear Marvel is going back to the beginning of Nathasha Romanoff’s life by introducing us to her family. Well, it’s not her real family, but it’s all she’s got, including an adoptive sister named Yelena (Florence Pugh) and two trained assassins (David Harbour and Rachel Weisz) as their makeshift parents. Watch below. Read More »
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Black Widow will now receive a simultaneous release on Disney+ and in theaters this summer.
Disney also revealed that the Emma Stone-led Cruella movie will be getting the same hybrid release treatment as Black Widow, and the studio has shifted the release dates for movies like Free Guy, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and more. Get the details below.
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Even though the coronavirus pandemic is started to subside as the COVID-19 vaccine is being more widely distributed, audiences aren’t flocking back to movie theaters in great numbers just yet. That’s why studios are still delaying some movies originally slated to arrive this spring. But when it comes to Disney’s upcoming theatrical releases, CEO Bob Chapek says the studio will be flexible with their strategy, and for movies like the upcoming Black Widow, it may come down to a “last minute” decision. Read More »