New posters for Black Widow bother Natasha Romanoff’s strange past. Scarlett Johansson has spent the last decade playing Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She’s transformed the super-spy into a fan-most loved character, however Marvel Studios held up until after Natasha’s passing in Avengers: Endgame to give her an independent film. Fans pushed for a Black Widow film since the time she appeared in Iron Man 2, and hang tight for it just turned out to be longer because of COVID-19 postponements.
Various posters for Black Widow are currently online as a component of Marvel Studios’ most recent marketing push for the main film of Phase 4. Collider delivered an elite glance at a poster for ScreenX that prods the grouped idea of Natasha’s past. Dolby Cinemas shared another poster that features the film’s cast around Johansson and the presence of different Black Widows. Finally, RealD 3D appeared a poster that puts Natasha and Yelena on inverse sides of the Black Widow logo.
Learning more about Natasha’s past is one of the main allures of Black Widow for MCU fans. The films have prodded a lot of occasions from before, yet Marvel Studios infrequently set aside effort to really investigate them. The trailers have prodded that this will include flashbacks to Natasha when she is a child and training in the Red Room. Her associations with Yelena, Red Guardian, and Melina (Rachel Weisz) and how the Red Room factors into the story ought to likewise be roads for Natasha’s history to be investigated. Incidentally, the mysteries of Black Widow’s past were recently disclosed by her during the occasions of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
As Black Widow’s delivery date develops nearer, Marvel fans should see a lot of other marketing materials to publicity up the theatrical and Disney+ dispatch. It will be over a long time since the last MCU film’s delivery when Black Widow shows up on July 9. Albeit some recently addressed how significant the film is to the amazing plan of the universe, it could now profit with the broad hold on to see another MCU film on the big screen. Presently we simply need to trust that Black Widow merited the stand by.