Marvel has lastly launched the lengthy-awaited first Black Widow trailer. Fans have been awaiting the upcoming standalone movie, starring Scarlett Johansson, for years, and that is most people’s first official look (Disney confirmed sneak peeks to followers during the D23 conference and at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this 12 months, however that footage by no means went large).
The Black Widow trailer was posted by Marvel Studios’ official Twitter account (and on YouTube) within the early hours of the morning, and it spans a full two minutes. Watch it beneath:
“I used to have nothing. And then I got this job–this family. But nothing lasts forever,” Natasha Romanoff–AKA Black Widow–says because the trailer opens. Fans who noticed Avengers: Endgame this 12 months are nicely conscious of that, as Johansson’s character met a grisly finish within the conclusion to the 20+ movie Infinity War Saga. (Fans must also acknowledge that line, because it’s truly from Endgame, not this film.) Anyway, Natasha’s destiny in Endgame makes it further unusual that she’s getting her standalone film posthumously–a first for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which, to be honest, has made loads of firsts over the past decade.
Obviously, Black Widow will happen earlier than the occasions of Endgame, and David Harbour informed IGN not too long ago that it takes place after the occasions of Captain America: Civil War. Beyond Johansson, the solid additionally contains Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, Harbour as Alexei (AKA Red Guardian), Rachel Weisz as Melina, and O-T Fagbenle as a personality named Mason.
With its May 1 2020 launch date, Black Widow will formally kick off the MCU’s Phase 4. If this trailer is something to go by, it ought to show to be an exhilarating opening chapter within the subsequent Marvel film saga.
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