I simply can’t wait to see Florence Pugh and Scarlett Johansson.
Hey, hello, sure, it is me. I maintain screaming about Marvel as of late, but it surely’s simply because so many Marvel issues are taking place directly.
So, this week it is time to speak about Black Widow as a result of the discharge date has been modified but once more.
As a result of coronavirus pandemic, Black Widow has been delayed a number of instances because it was initially alleged to be launched in Might 2020.
Effectively, the movie is on the transfer — hopefully for the final time *fingers crossed* — and it’ll now hit theaters on July 9, 2021.
Additionally, Black Widow will likely be streaming on Disney+ with Premier Entry the identical day. So, if you happen to’re not able to journey to a movie show, you possibly can watch it from residence.
I can not consider I’ve needed to wait SO lengthy for Natasha’s solo film AND to see Florence Pugh completely crush it as Yelena, however I am so prepared for July now.
Additionally, if you happen to’re like me and are beginning to mentally put together for a way a lot Marvel will crush you this yr, we’re mainly rolling proper from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier into Loki after which into Black Widow.
In case you want a refresher, Black Widow is ready to comply with Natasha Romanoff as she travels to Budapest and confronts her previous whereas additionally coping with some basic Marvel villains, like Taskmaster.
Black Widow was directed by Cate Shortland, making her the primary solo feminine director within the MCU. Additionally Jac Schaeffer, who was the showrunner for WandaVision, helped craft the story alongside Eric Pearson and Ned Benson.
Now, as a result of Black Widow has moved (once more), Marvel additionally shifted the discharge date for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which is able to now hit theaters on September 3, 2021.
Principally, I feel I can dub 2021 because the yr of Marvel, and after a yr break from any new MCU content material, we have actually hit the bottom operating.
Anyway, be sure you try Black Widow in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Entry on July 9 so you possibly can yell about it with me.