Release of Scarlett Johansson's 'Black Widow' delayed due to virus

Lawrence Kim
March 26, 2020

The film was initially slated for release in April but now has been pushed back indefinitely. It is unclear when Disney and Marvel Studios will be putting out the long-awaited movie now or how they will release it.

While Disney and Marvel Studios haven't announced a new release date for Black Widow, it has been reported that the delay in the release will not impact Marvel's Phase 4 plans, so it sounds like the flick can basically be released whenever and not negatively impact the other Phase 4 flicks and TV shows.

The name of Ray Winstone's character may sound familiar to some because he was mentioned during the interrogation scene between Natasha and the imprisoned Loki in The Avengers. However because of the Marvel Studio, followers can cherish the fights, stunts, and performances of Black Widow in a motive to avoid wasting the world from impending hazard yet another time. AMC anticipates to be shut down for at least eight to twelve weeks. Natasha learns in the new trailer that Taskmaster, Black Widow's primary villain, is responsible for brainwashing a new class of soldiers. The movie was on track to be a blockbuster, but we could end up seeing it at home first, depending on what the studio decides to do with the project. "We were definitely not just going to give the fans some, like, spy/assassins movie".

Not only would Black Widow kickstart Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it would allow fans to revisit Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) after her heartbreaking sacrifice in Avengers: Endgame. Even Natasha is taken into account as a widow, she has been romantically linked and married numerous different characters sooner or later in her life, which incorporates Alexei Shostakov, (the Pink Guardian), Bucky Barnes, Matt Murdock, and Clint Barton or (the Hawkeye). The villain is able to copy maneuvers of people, just by studying their moves, making him nearly impossible to take down.

It's up to Natasha and her family, specifically Yelena (Florence Pugh), to help take him down for good.

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