It’s been a long road for Marvel’s Black Widow to arrive in theaters. Thankfully, the movie is getting the big screen showcase it deserves next month (as well as a debut on Disney+ Premier Access), and a new Black Widow clip has arrived to let everyone know that yes, the latest Marvel movie will be full of action.
Also: tickets are on sale now for the film, which will undoubtedly be one of the summer’s biggest events. Read More »
It’s been a long time coming, but Black Widow is one month away from hitting theaters. Marvel Studios will also be sending the movie to Disney+ as a Premier Access release in order to maximize the reach of the comic book sequel/prequel. In order to make sure audiences don’t forget that the summer blockbuster is about to return in a big way, Marvel has released one more look at the upcoming movie, including new footage of Natasha Romanoff’s makeshift assassin family she had before she joined the Avengers. Read More »
Marvel’s Black Widow is finally coming to theaters in July, bringing the Marvel Cinematic Universe back to the big screen for the first time in over two years. Thankfully, for those who aren’t ready to go back to movie theaters, Black Widow is also coming to Disney+ Premier Access. But Marvel wants to entice audiences to see this on the biggest screen possible, so they’ve released a new Black Widow clip with Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) and her surrogate sister Yelena (Florence Pugh) doing what they do best: evading bad guys. Read More »
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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Gal Gadot and Florence Pugh are taking some time off from superhero movies to do other things. Gadot is set to star in Meet Me In Another Life, based on the novel by Catriona Silvey about a man and a woman who keep meeting in alternate realities. Gadot will also produce the film under her production label Pilot Wave. Meanwhile, Pugh will star in The Wonder from A Fantastic Woman director Sebastián Lelio. Based on the novel by Emma Donoghue, the story is a psychological thriller about a nurse in the 1800s who travels to a small village to look into what might be a medical anomaly or a full-blown miracle.
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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 »
Does Midsommar have a happy ending for Florence Pugh‘s Dani…or a tragic one? Has she finally found a community that can absorb and accept her grief…or is she trapped in a weird, murderous cult? Everyone has different readings for Ari Aster‘s Midsommar (I fall in the former), but one undeniable fact is that Dani’s climactic breakdown, in which she witnesses a terrible thing involving her boyfriend Christian (Jack Reynor) and falls into a collective bout of weeping and wailing with the other women of the commune, is the most striking, harrowing, enduring scene of the movie. It’s one of Pugh’s greatest acting achievements thus far, and one that the actress gave a behind-the-scenes glimpse of in her latest Instagram post in which she pays tribute to her fellow actresses in the scene.
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It’s been four years since Zach Braff directed a movie, and that was the geriatric studio comedy Going in Style starring Alan Arkin, Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman. It was an average comedy to crack up the older crowds, and it appears it was enough to keep one of the stars interested in working with the Scrubs star and Garden State director again.
Morgan Freeman will star in A Good Person, the next directorial effort by Zach Braff. The movie will also star his current romantic interest, the Oscar-nominated Florence Pugh, who we’re still waiting to see in Marvel’s Black Widow sometime this year. Read More »
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It’s hard to resist a good elevator pitch, especially when said elevator pitch involves Florence Pugh playing a killer sex robot. The Oscar-nominated Little Women, Midsommar, and Black Widow star has landed her next high-profile project in Dolly, a genre-bending sci-film that has just been acquired by Apple Studios.
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Florence Pugh is cleaning up at Hollywood. The rising star, who stole the show in Greta Gerwig’s Little Women and is set to enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Black Widow, has been cast in Universal’s Agatha Christie-style murder mystery, The Maid. Pugh will play, you guessed it, the maid.
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