Marvel has released another trailer for his upcoming MCU spectacle Black Widow, in which Scarlett Johansson once again takes on the title role. In the new trailer you not only get a lot of action and a well laid-out David Harbor, but also the extremely agile task master as Black Widow's powerful opponent. The film will be released in US cinemas on May 1, 2020.
After the overwhelming success of Avengers: Infinity War and its successor Avengers: Endgame, in which several important characters lost their lives, we now face phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). It starts with Black Widow, which is set to launch in US cinemas on May 1, 2020. The heroine with the title finally gets her long overdue solo film, which is chronologically not a continuation of the MCU series, but is based on the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016).
In the film, we see Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow fleeing after helping those heroes in Civil War who oppose the Sokovia Accords had asked. She is also confronted with her past as a Russian secret agent and finds her way back to old acquaintances, including Rachel Weisz (Constantine, The Mummy) as a trained Black Widow. At her side, David Harbor appears as a slightly more relaxed Red Guardian, a kind of Russian counter-proposal to Captain America. Florence Pugh (Little Women), William Hurt (The Incredible Hulk) and Ray Winstone are also in an as yet unknown role. The screenplay was written by Eric Pearson, who was previously involved in Thor: Ragnarok and Agent Carter. It was directed by Cate Shortland (Berlin Syndrome). You can get a first taste of your work in the new trailer. It also shows: The extremely agile task master, who appears here as Black Widows opponent.
By the way: At almost the same time, Sony Pictures also released a first trailer for its new Marvel flick Morbius, which you can watch here. And did you miss the first trailer for Black Widow that Marvel released on December 3, 2019? Here we have linked the video again for you.
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