I would like to start this post by acknowledging that I am not as much immersed in all things Marvel as my BGR colleague Chris Smith, but I have read plenty of comics focused on a Russian assassin named Natasha Romanoff. Aka “Black Widow” – Marvel superhero portrayed by actress Scarlett Johansson. In the comics, I always thought she was much more than a Batman / Cheap-on-Shoulder kind of antihero whose edges are seen in more films than her.
She is not a knock against Marvel movies at all, she is not in any way, it is just to say that not only am I very excited for the upcoming standalone Black Widow film that will present her original story – I am not surprised either Of all the actresses associated with this feature film, one described it as “very raw and very painful”.
As part of Variety’s actors in the series of actors, Scarlett’s Black Widow co-star Florence Pugh (who plays an assassin named Yelena Belova, who also uses the Wid Black Widow ‘moniker, has made the film Is aptly described with dark verbs.
It was filmed during the summer in locations including London, Budapest, Morocco and Atlanta. Was it the film Captain America: After the Civil War events.
Raw and painful. I am definitely on board. Still, if that’s still not enough to pique your interest in the film a little more, then how about this – following the Black Widow teaser footage shown at Disney’s D23 event in August, now we hear a possible date Are starting For the release of a public trailer:
December 3 is starting to show online as a possibility, when Marvel released previous trailers such as Avengers: Endgame (on December 7, 2018) and Avengers: Infinity War (on November 29, 2017).
The time of December 3 is by no means official and should still be taken with a grain of salt for it, but, hopefully, that means we don’t have to wait much longer to see footage of this exciting new Marvel film have to do it.