Marvel’s Black Widow became yet another movie to get postponed, Owing to the recent Uprise of the Corona Virus Pandemic. The fans will now have to wait for another couple of months to watch their favorite Black Widow in action. Black Widow is an action-packed spy thriller, Exploring Natasha Romanoff’s alias Black Widow’s past before she became an Avenger.
Let us jump into some of the details of the movie!
Marvel’s Black Widow Release Date
As we all know, Black Widow was going to release on the 24th of April, 2020. The release on the mentioned date is no longer possible. And therefore, The film has been postponed to the 8th of November,2020.
Marvel’s Black Widow Expectations
The Black Widow movie will be a prequel to Marvel’s Avenger franchise instead of being a sequel to the series.
Before becoming an Avenger, Natasha is given to the KGB, which trains her to become its ultimate operative. When the U.S.S.R. breaks up, the government tries to kill her. Now, A dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past will arise. And it will stop at nothing to destroy her. Black Widow will turn to her family to deal with her history as a spy.
Above all, The movie will feature Black Widow’s toughest enemy, the Taskmaster. A dangerous mercenary with the ability to instantly copy the powers and movements of his enemies and then exploit them.
Marvel’s Black Widow Trailer
The movie trailer is available on the internet, If you haven’t seen it yet.
Marvel’s Black Widow Cast
The director of the movie is Cate Shortland. The rest of the cast, according to IMDB, is:
- Scarlett Johannson as Natasha Romanoff/ Black Widow
- Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova
- Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff
- David Harbour as Alexei Shostakov/ Red Guardian
- Ever Anderson as Young Natasha Romanoff
In addition to the cast, Robert Downey Jr. might join the cast.