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Disney will likely delay the release of Black Widow for the second time

Disney will likely delay Black Widow’s release for a second time … after Scarlett Johansson reveals it will mirror the #MeToo era

Disney is likely to delay the release of Avengers spin-off Black Widow for the second time in another sign that audiences are not yet comfortable in cinemas in the era of COVID-19.

The original May release for the MCU movie had previously been moved to October / November and ‘multiple persons with knowledge of the situation’ reported Variety it will be delayed again.

Several studios are avoiding releasing their big-budget tent pole photos with delays for movies like Wonder Woman 1984, Greenland, Candyman, and Top Gun: Maverick.

Ominous Sign: Disney will likely delay the release of Avengers spin-off Black Widow for a second time in another sign that audiences are not yet comfortable in cinemas in the era of COVID-19

Ominous Sign: Disney will likely delay the release of Avengers spin-off Black Widow for the second time in another sign that audiences are not yet comfortable in cinemas in the era of COVID-19

About 70% of US movie theaters have reopened, but movie theaters in major cities of Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco remain closed.

As of Tuesday, there were reportedly 29.4 million confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide (6.59 million in the United States), leading to 931,000 deaths.

The report comes weeks after two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson – who plays Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow – revealed that the plot about the former KGB killer will mirror the #MeToo movement.

“I think this movie in particular is a reflection of what’s going on with regard to the Time’s Up movement and the #MeToo movement,” said the 35-year-old New Yorker. rich earlier this month.

'It would be such a miss if we didn't tackle that': The report comes weeks after two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson - who plays Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow - revealed that the plot about the former KGB hit man the #MeToo movement

'It would be such a miss if we didn't tackle that': The report comes weeks after two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson - who plays Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow - revealed that the plot about the former KGB hit man the #MeToo movement

‘It would be such a miss if we didn’t tackle that’: The report comes weeks after two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson – who plays Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow – revealed that the plot about the former KGB hit man the #MeToo movement

Sisters: Cate Shortland's feminist action movie - set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016) - also features Robert Downey Jr., Rachel Weisz, William Hurt, David Harbor, Ray Winstone and Florence Pugh (L)

Sisters: Cate Shortland's feminist action movie - set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016) - also features Robert Downey Jr., Rachel Weisz, William Hurt, David Harbor, Ray Winstone and Florence Pugh (L)

Sisters: Cate Shortland’s feminist action movie – set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016) – also features Robert Downey Jr., Rachel Weisz, William Hurt, David Harbor, Ray Winstone and Florence Pugh (L)

‘It would be so wrong if we didn’t tackle that, if this movie wasn’t so head-on. I think, especially for Cate [Shortland], it was so important to her to make a film about women helping other women, helping other women out of a very difficult situation.

Someone asked me if Natasha was a feminist. Of course she is, it is clear. It’s a pretty strange question. ‘

Cate Shortland’s feminist action movie – set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016) – also features Robert Downey Jr., Rachel Weisz, William Hurt, David Harbor, Ray Winstone and Florence Pugh.

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