“WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” were the first two productions of phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which were released via Disney Plus. Initially, it was expected that “Black Widow” would be the first production of this phase but it had to be moved by the coronavirus.
It was expected to hit theaters in April 2020 and then moved later that year; however, cinemas continued to be closed due to meeting and mobility restrictions in various countries around the world.
For this reason, they changed the entire premiere schedule. This is how the development of phase 4 was.
New Marvel Release Schedule – 2021
WandaVision: Now available on Disney Plus The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: Now available on Disney Plus Loki: July 11, 2021, on Disney Plus Black Widow: July 9, 2021, on Disney Plus and licensed theaters. If …?: Mid-2021 by Disney Plus Shanghai-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: September 3, 2021 Venom: Let There Be Carnage: September 17, 2021 Eternals: November 5, 2021 Spider -Man: No Way Home: December 17, 2021 Hawkeye: Late 2021 Ms. Marvel: 2021.
Today, April 28, the production company shared a new trailer in celebration of National Superhero Day in the United States. The same actress Scarlett Johansson shared a few words with fans.
“How much do you know about the elusive Natasha Romanova? When it was time to unite the Avengers, who did SHIELD call? A KGB member, SHIELD agent, Avenger, fought in the Battle of New York, fought the Winter Soldier, defended the world from Ultron, signed the Sokovia accords (…) and fought against the forces of Thanos . ”, Details the actress.
They reveal who is the Avenger who was always right in “Civil War”
So much time has passed in Marvel that we can already assess the behavior of the Avengers in the movie Captain America: Civil War. It turns out that neither Cap (Chris Evans) nor Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) were right. Now with utmost confidence, we can say that Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) is the only character who was always right.
Let’s do a bit of history on the Marvel tapes. After several mistakes that ended in the deaths of civilians in places like Lagos, Sokovia and others, the United Nations drafted the Sokovia Accords, a legal measure for people with superpowers to be registered and placed under the jurisdiction of the UN. In other words, the Avengers could only act on authorized missions.
Captain America refused the agreement for fear of turning the Avengers into a private army, always at the command of the political class. Tony Stark, for his part, wanted to atone for the Avengers’ mistakes and saw government oversight as a reasonable compromise.
In this scenario, Black Widow was the most reasonable, because she worked on both sides. First, Black Widow supported Iron Man by reasoning “if we still have one hand on the wheel, we can still drive.” However, he let Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes go instead of capturing them.
MARVEL | The Black Widow situation
Black Widow, then, disappointed Steve Rogers at first and then ended up being a traitor to Tony Stark. The key is that Black Widow saw something the Avengers missed: both sides were necessary.
On the one hand, the Avengers had to be sanctioned and thus guarantee the trust of the public, so the team would have access to government funding and intelligence. However, operating in the dark makes missions less bureaucratic and ensures action at critical times.
Black Widow was the only Avenger who could see the big picture. As always, he was a few steps ahead. Tony and Steve saw things in black and white, but Natasha had lived her life operating in gray for a reason: When you play both sides of the chess game, you control the entire board. He played both sides because it was the right thing to do, which means that in the end, Black Widow was the wisest Avenger in the movie.