The New Mutants opened up this week in some selected few theatres after weeks of lockdown in the states. Before every show, Disney is running a trailer for Black Widow. Although reports say it a ‘new’ one, it is identical to the final trailer which was released back on March 9 with very marginal or no changes.
Black Widow was originally touted for May 1, 2020, in the UK theatres, but cinemas closed before that. Black Widow now takes up November 6, 2020, as its next slot, which was earlier booked for The Eternals, another series by Marvels. Eternals have now been shifted to February 12, 2021.
Black Widow Movie Cast
Scarlet johnson is back as Natasha Romanoff. In fact. Black widow is impossible without this versatile character. Joining her is Midsommar lead Florence Pugh as Yelena, another member of the Black widow training program. Rachel Weisz is joining as a new character this time playing the role of Melina Vostokoff. She’s known for her comics and goes under the guise of the villainous Iron Maiden, who unleashed a lot of pent-up anger at Natasha.
However, the hottest character joining the cast this time is David Harbour from Stranger Things. He is known for the comics as the red Guardian. He is pictured getting an ill-fitting suit to squeeze into and even throws hands at few masked enemies.
Taskmaster lead the role of villain in the movie, and they’re revealed to be in control of the Red Room, the birthplace of the Black widow, Elsewhere, sources found British actor Winstone has been cast to play an unnamed character in the movie as well. Rumblings about two more MCU actors who are making a debut in the movie have been heard. Also featuring is General Ross who has been last seen in Endgame and was well-known for his antagonist role in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk.
The fact whether Black widow releases on November 6 this year is subject to multiple numbers of factors. It will depend on the pandemic situation at that time and consequently how many theatres will be open by then if at all they will be opened. Not only that, but it also matters how many people would be even willing to go for theatres amid the serious threat of the corona.
Hence, Fingers crossed!