Black Widow Credits Scene Explained

Marvel Studios is back on the big screen with the release of Black Widow in theaters this weekend. Though you can also catch the movie on Disney+ Premier Access, it’s about time you ushered in your return to movie theaters with some Marvel blockbuster action. Along with everything you love about returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes a tease of what’s to come in the future, with a Black Widow credits scene that specifically sets the stage for an upcoming Marvel Studios project.

Major spoilers for Black Widow ahead.

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Black Widow Coming to Disney+

Following the demise of Natasha Romanoff in Avengers: Endgame, the upcoming Black Widow movie has to turn back time for a story set between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. But that doesn’t mean a Black Widow sequel should be ruled out in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Director Cate Shortland confirmed that a Black Widow sequel is possible, but there’s a catch. Thankfully, there’s already a way to work around it.

Before you read any further, you should know that this post has to dive into Black Widow SPOILERS, so proceed with caution. Read More »

Black Widow Poster

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)

In this edition of Superhero Bits:

  • Zack Snyder‘s saucy Batman/Catwoman illustration gets taken down
  • The Boys season 3 adds Laurie Holden
  • See a Captain America shield that bounces off walls and returns to the thrower
  • Check out a new Marvel Legends figure of Sylvie from Loki
  • Get perplexed by Wendy’s random reference to Watchmen
  • All that and more!

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Sing 2 Trailer

After making waves in Illumination Entertainment’s animated musical extravaganza Sing, all your favorite singing animals are back for a sequel. And this time they’re trying to make it big.

Sing 2 finds Buster (Matthew McConaughey) and the New Moon Theater crew a local hit, but if they want to land a deal in the big time with Crystal Entertainment, run by a ruthless wolf mogul (Bobby Cannavale), they’re going to need some help. So they promise a collaboration with lion rock legend Clay Calloway. The only problem is Clay (voiced by U2 frontman Bono) is a recluse who has been out of the game for over a decade. Whoops! Watch the Sing 2 trailer below to see how it turns out. Read More »

tower of terror movie Scarlett Johansson

Disney has another ride they want to turn into a movie: Tower of Terror. The studio is reuniting with Scarlett Johansson, who will produce and star in a feature film inspired by the drop tower dark ride located at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Tokyo DisneySea, and Walt Disney Studios Park (it used to be at Disney California Adventure, too, before being turned into a Guardians of the Galaxy ride).

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Black Widow Dad Jokes

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)

In this edition of Superhero Bits:

  • Josh Duhamel reacts to Jupiter’s Legacy getting canceled after one season
  • David Harbour has some terrible Dad jokes in honor of Black Widow
  • James Gunn is hyping The Suicide Squad‘s theatrical release
  • Wonder Woman was spotted on the set of The Flash in a surprising way
  • Marvel Studios shows probably aren’t coming to Blu-ray
  • All that and more.

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Black Widow Theatrical Release

Since the 2018 announcement of Black Widow, a question has loomed over the movie: why now? Natasha Romanoff, as played by Scarlett Johansson, was the third Avenger to grace the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and an immediate fan favorite for her electric action scenes and general badassery. In the early phases of the MCU, when origin stories ran the show, it seemed only natural to make way for a two-hour action/thriller about the life of an international secret agent. Instead, Natasha jumped from ensemble movie to sequel and back again, always a side character despite stealing every scene.

Eventually, hope of Natasha’s solo movie faded, especially given the lack of female-led movies in the MCU. As if to confirm our fears, Avengers: Endgame slapped us with the finality of her death. Yet here we are, weeks away from the Black Widow’s debut in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access.

And so the question lingers: why is this the timing of Natasha’s solo movie? And what does it mean that it comes after her onscreen death? Johansson herself has some answers.

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black widow featurette action

For years, fans have been asking Marvel when they were going to make a standalone Black Widow movie. And for years, the Marvel response has been, “Eh, we’ll get around to it eventually.” Eventually is now, because Black Widow is headed to theaters and Disney+ in July (although it really feels like Marvel waited too long for this one, but I digress). Tickets for the film are now on sale, and with that news comes a new behind-the-scenes featurette that showcases all the big, loud, explosion-filled action in the movie.

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Black Widow Tickets

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 »

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Last Black Widow Trailer

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 »