Black Widow the next Marvel franchise movie has been delayed according to the directors and the recent rumors. According to Hollywood Reporters, news spread wide that Disney has now further postponed the movie due to the Covid-19 outbreak to 7th May 2021 along with three more upcoming MCU films: Eternals and Shang-Chi, the Legend of the Ten Rings, and also West Side Story.
The movie was actually going to get released in April 2020, news also said that it may release in October 2020 but due to increased risk and patients of COVID-19 affected the movie is further delayed.
DIFFICULTY IN THE RELEASE:
Black Widow’s trailer was released on December 2nd and fans got so impressed by it that it trended on the Youtube Trending list for days and since then fans have been waiting for its release and couldn’t wait any longer for it but have to and this built a great pressure over the Marvel Entertainments.
Earlier this month Warner Bros. shifted the release of superhero movie ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Death of The Nile’ from October to December.
The tricks follow efforts to get Americans back into film theaters after the COVID-19 virus pandemic shuttered cinemas worldwide in March but the increasing cases won’t let the government do so.
ABOUT THE MOVIE:
The movie is directed by Cate Shortland and written by Eric Pearson it is the 24th film in the Marvel Universe
The movie depicts the birth of Black Widow (aka Natasha Romanova), and her life before joining ‘The Avengers’ of becoming the ultimate operative for KGB, where the New York government tries to slay her after the failure of the USSR.
The movie revolves around Natasha who was recently expired in the last Avengers movie ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and fans wept after her role ended and this new movie bought a glory in fans that she may return but is based on how she began her voyage and ultimately joined The Avengers team. The movie has some new actors into the Marvel Universe like Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, David Harbour, and Yolanda Lynes making the next big-budget Hollywood movie.