Take a deep breath, Marvel followers, Black Widow has seemingly discovered its official launch date. After being pushed again on account of COVID-19’s theater restrictions, Disney introduced that the Scarlett Johansson-led movie will likely be launched in theaters and on Disney+ on the identical day, July 9. The movie will likely be obtainable for a $30 one-time charge by Disney+’s Premier Entry. It is the identical methodology the studio used for its launch of Raya and the Final Dragon, which it deemed a hit after the film hit a worldwide field workplace whole of $71.2 million on March 21.
That is Black Widow’s third launch date, transferring from its unique date of Might 1, 2020, to Might 7 of this yr and now July 9. The movie options Johansson in her (seemingly) last run because the red-headed murderer who sacrificed her life for the Avengers’ mission in Avengers: Endgame. Going down after the occasions of Captain America: Civil Struggle and earlier than Avengers: Infinity Struggle, the film follows Natasha after she’s branded an enemy of the federal government, which drives her into exile. Followers will see what she was as much as earlier than she returned in Infinity Struggle, meet Natasha’s “household” from her time as a Russian-trained murderer, and, hopefully, be taught extra about her previous with the Pink Room. Possibly we’ll even meet a brand new Black Widow who will be a part of the Avengers! (Insert side-eye emoji right here.)
Black Widow’s schedule shift has additionally bumped one other Marvel title: the discharge date for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was pushed again from July to Sept. 3. In contrast to Black Widow, that movie’s premiere continues to be supposed solely for theaters.
- NASA lays out plans for its first flights on Mars
- US pedestrian deaths rose sharply within the first half of 2020