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Black Widow Release Date, Plot, Cast, Trailer, Expectations & Upcoming News

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Since Iron man 2, fans have aroused for a solo Black widow movie. Though late Marvel brings it to the audience ‘Black Widow.’ the role cannot be achieved by anyone other than Scarlett Johansson. It tells the origin story of the assassin Natasha Romanoff, AKA black widow. With this, Marvel also gets its audience to phase 4, where the flashback stories of the most loved characters are going to hit the screens. 

The first movie of phase 4 has boosted the expectation as marvel brings the trailer to San Diego Comic-con this month. Though the members-only witness the trailer in the game, some things can be expected. Read below to know about it. 

The Trailer

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The trailer had already been launched, which gained a massive amount of positive and strong response, and Natasha transforms into an eponymous hero. The team has also come up with another teaser where we get hold of Natasha’s past that bought her serious harm. The teaser also gave some frames for Florence Pugh’s character. 

The Cast 

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As the whole world knows, Scarlett Johansson returns as Black Widow. Andy Park, Marvel concept artist, shares a glimpse that shows Black widow and the classic Marvel villain Taskmaster on his Instagram. Though it is unclear who plays the villain. The comic con also revealed some of its cast. Florence Pugh will play Natasha’s surrogate sister Yelena Belova, while Rachel Weisz as the chief of the super-spy training facility where Romanoff originally learned her barter. David Harbour will perform Red Guardian in the movie.

The Plot

David Harbour said in an interview; Black Widow will take place after Captain America: Civil War and likely before Infinity War. “They’ve known each other for a while, and there’s a complex history there,” Harbour revealed the relationship between Natasha and his character – red guardian, probably called Captain Ameria of Russia.  “This movie happens right after Captain America: Civil War, and so those events do factor in.”

“She is a Russian operative in a sense, and so they have some history together themselves,” he continued. “But there is a dynamic that evolves where she’s gone beyond in terms of joining the Avengers and his reactions to that.

Let’s keep calm and wait till May 1, 2020, since that’s when Black Widow arrives.

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