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After Disney indefinitely postponing several films scheduled for the coming weeks, such as the live-action of Mulan and The New Mutants, what many Avengers fans feared happened: the Black Widow solo film will also be postponed as a preventive measure against the coronavirus outbreak, following WHO recommendations in order to avoid clusters.
Originally expected to hit Brazilian theaters on April 30, the film had its debut officially postponed by Marvel this Tuesday, March 17th.
While Universal Pictures is taking its releases directly to streaming, nothing has been confirmed as to the future of Black Widow. However, due to the film’s large budget, as well as its need to look good at the box office to cover expenses, Disney (and Marvel) are more likely to wait for the improvement in the current global situation of COVID-19.
In the meantime, remember the trailer for the production:
In the plot, Scarlett Johansson returns to the role of Natasha Romanoff to tell her story outside the Avengers, addressing a never-before-seen side of the heroine and who promises to present the public with details about her past as a Russian agent, in addition to introducing new characters to the MCU, like Alexei Shostakov (David Harbor).
It is worth mentioning that, in this scenario, a new date for the release of the film has not yet been given and there is no forecast for an eventual announcement.
In the meantime, read more about Black Widow at Cinema10 and get ready for the feature.