New Look at ‘Black Widow’ Revealed During Super Bowl

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Marvel fans are in the final stretch of the dry spell that was the time between the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home in 2019 and the first MCU release of 2020. With Black Widow, one of the original Avengers will get her solo movie, even though Natasha Romanoff has already met her fate in Avengers: Endgame (2019).

Set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016), it will serve as a broader version of Natasha’s backstory we have only gotten glimpses of in the MCU so far. While her past in the Red Room or her personal training, as well as other missions, were briefly mentioned, they were never connected fully. The way Scarlett Johansson still managed to not only present a well-rounded character, but also an absolute fan favorite whose loss fans are still grieving.

In the movie, we will meet at least two important figures from Natasha’s previous life, namely another Black Widow, Yelena Belova (played by Little Women star Florence Pugh) and Red Guardian also known as Alexei Shostakov (played by Stranger Things star David Harbour). New emojis have also been revealed for the show on Twitter, so get tweeting to check them out. Check out the brand new trailer below!

Marvel also released four new character posters following the trailer airing live during the Super Bowl. Check them out here:

Black Widow hits theaters on May 1, make sure to check back here for more coverage as the release gets closer!

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