The Black Widow film is finally happening, and Marvel Studios co-president Kevin Feige brought an exclusive trailer to Disney's D23 Expo to prove it. Like the new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer, the Black Widow trailer is not yet posted online, but it looks like this.
Feige debuted the trailer during the Marvel segment of the large Disney studio panel. It opens with a montage of images collected from various Marvel films, including The Avengers Avengers: Endgame, and Captain America: Civil War. It sets Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow as a two-timing spy, relying on conversations between Tony Stark and Romanoff in Civil war.
After the Avengers images, the trailer travels to Budapest, to which Clint Barton (Hawkeye) has referred periodically in the Avengers films just as important for the history of Natasha. There is a great fighting scene between Romanoff and a woman named Yelena Belova. Belova becomes the second Black Widow in the comic series and is called Romanoff's sister in the trailer. It is a lengthy fight, in which the fighters break plates on their heads and evade rapid knives. It is reminiscent of close-up fight scenes Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
From there the trailer opens with a better plague of what to expect from the film. Weird stuff" David Harbor plays Red Guardian, a Soviet equivalent of Captain America. He saw interaction with Romanoff and the rest of the assassins that he and their & # 39; family & # 39; calls. They run around in white suits, but their goals are unclear.
The trailer ends with Black Widow fighting against Taskmaster, the main villain of the film. He has the incredible ability to imitate and replicate the movements of his opponents. This seems to indicate Black Widow is full of intense fight scenes. It is unclear when Marvel will release the trailer online. The last time Marvel Studios was on D23, Feige debuted the trailer Avengers: Infinity War, that had not appeared online for months.
Black Widow is a prequel to the events of Iron Man 2 and The Avengers, the first films with Natasha Romanoff. It will explore her life before collaborating with a group of superheroes. Marvel Studios announced for the first time that Scarlett Johansson gave its own Black Widow film in January 2018, after a long-standing fan campaign that emphasized that Black Widow is one of the only original Avengers who has no film of their own. Even the Hulk, who is technically owned by Paramount Pictures, and with whom Disney made a deal to use the character, has one movie in the MCU. Hawkeye by Jeremy Renner does not have his own film either, but he will get a special TV series on Disney +.
Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth all took multi-movie deals with Disney when they came to Marvel. Although Johansson reportedly asked for a stand-alone Black Widow film for years, the company did not shrink. It took more than 10 years for MCU movies to go to 2019 Captain Marvel, Marvel Studios & # 39; first film led by a female character.
Black Widow will be released on May 1, 2020.