After a 2020 without premieres due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Cinematographic Universe of Marvel will return to the cinemas of the world with Black Widow. This film was due to be released last year, but the health crisis forced them to delay its release until July 9th, where you can see it in Disney+ with a Premium Access, although this Thursday it is already available in the rooms of some countries. Scarlett Johansson will say goodbye to the franchise with this film and everything indicates that it already has a replacement. Who will it be?
“Natasha Romanoff faces the darkest parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy linked to her past emerges. Hunted by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships that ensue. left in their wake long before they became Avenger “, says the synopsis of the promising feature film that will be the number 24 in the MCU.
A few days ago, the interpreter referred to her farewell and said: “I will never be ready not to be a part of this. They will always be family. I will never feel ready not to participate because I hate feeling like I am missing things with them.”. The truth is It is confirmed that it will no longer be part of the future of Marvel, at least for a time. That is why there is already a plan for another person and another character to take their place.
Before the premiere there was rumor about a sequel to Black Widow, and the one who left him on the verge of confirmation was the director Cate Shortland in a conversation with Deadline. “I think these girls still have a lot of asses to kick.”, were the words of the filmmaker, and considering that Scarlett will be leaving the MCU, it is understood that Florence Pugh will replace her in the role of Yelena Belova, Black Widow’s sister.
What this also states is that many critics agreed that Yelena has a lot of participation in the film and works as an introduction to the Cinematic Universe. While we wait for confirmation on this topic, you can see Black Widow in cinemas today, depending on your country, or from tomorrow July 9th on the streaming service Disney+ with a Premium Access. Check the prices here.
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