After the events of the End Game, a lot has changed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A lot of newer characters will be introduced in upcoming movies and shows, and some fresh faces will carry on like Dr Strange, Black Panther, etc. to define the next phrase.
But even after 11 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we know very little about the Black Widow. All we understand by sudden subtle references and flashbacks is she having a dark, mysterious past. Finally, we are getting a solo movie for Natasha aka Black Widow.
So, without further ado, let’s dig right into it. But before that, make sure you stay tuned to Pop Culture Times to be updated with every new piece of information that comes along about your favourite shows and movies.
Black Widow Release Date & Cast
Initially, the movie was scheduled for April 15, but as we all know due to the global pandemic, the film had to be shifted to the end of 2020, and we are still unclear if it’s going to stay that way or if it will be postponed further. Now, instead of the Eternals, Black Widow will be released on November 15.
Rachel Weisz, the Academy Award nominee, plays the part of Melina Vostokof who happens to be Natasha’s niece. – She is an ex-KGB agent. While Alexei Shostakov takes on the role of David Harbour, he is playing the new Red Guardian, Captain America’s Russian version.
What Is The Mystery Behind Black Widow?
There is already a trailer on YouTube which explains some part, but a lot of it needs to be seen in the cinema halls when the film releases. Natasha and her sister were brought up in a KGB training centre where they were taught to spy and kill. Everything takes place before the events of the End Game, so no Natasha isn’t alive.
We see Natasha going to Budapest, a location where she worked as a spy during her young days as hinted in an Avengers movie.