Marvel releases the official trailer and poster for Black Widow which stars Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, aka the titular character, who reprises her assassin-turned-Avenger character following having sacrificed herself in The Avengers: Endgame.
It turns out that in the time elapsed between her appearances in Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, Nat welcomed some old relations back into her life, for better or worse.
Black Widow is set for U.S. release on May 1, 2020. Though Disney has designated this a teaser trailer, at more than two minutes long, it's basically just a standard trailer for the movie. The reason to stick with Black Widow is less about Natasha, and more about Yelena. Though not an origin story, the film looks set to reveal more about Natasha's past than previously known, including through the introduction of a sister figure played by Florence Pugh.
Next stop is the Black Widow standalone movie, the teaser trailer for which dropped early Tuesday morning.
Watch the teaser trailer in the video above. There's every possibility that the mysterious masked crew are working with Taskmaster, the primary antagonist in the film, who showcases his photographic reflexes in his head-to-head battle with Red Guardian. Rachel Weisz plays Melina, another Black Widow. The Hollywood diva is seeing dwelling in her past and candidly confesses to now getting hold of situations even if that makes her go back to a place which she left in her past.
She concludes: "One thing's for sure". We know that Black Widow will be confronting her past in this movie, which means reuniting with Yelena Belova (another Black Widow) and Red Guardian. "In that moment, you actually have to face yourself".
Black Widow will debut in theaters on May 1, 2020.