Black Widow: When Will The Movie Trailer Be Released?
When will the Black Widow trailer release? Filming for Natasha Romanoff’s solo movie is currently underway with Scarlett Johansson reprising her role as the titular character. TheMarvel Cinematic Universe movie is expected to hit theaters in 2020.
The Black Widow movie will mark the first MCU installment to be solely directed by a woman, with Cate Shortland at the helm. Interest in developing a Black Widow film has lasted for well over a decade, and development started to noticeably move over the last year as cast and crew announcements began. With filming rumored to last until November, when can fans expect the Black Widow trailer to arrive?
Since the film is already in production, it makes sense to assume that Marvel has Black Widowslated for their May 1, 2020 release date. If that’s the case, Black Widow would be the first film in Phase 4 of the MCU. Based on previous timelines used by Marvel, the Black Widowtrailer should be expected in late November or early December. Captain America: Civil War, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame all had May release dates and trailers in that window.
The exact release date for the Black Widow solo movie is expected to be announced duringSan Diego Comic-Con 2019, along with some of Marvels other plans for Phase 4. There’s also a chance that footage from the movie will be shown to attendees. Unfortunately for fans not in Hall H, this is unlikely to release online.
Marvel is keeping tight-lipped about any plot details surrounding Black Widow. Following Natasha’s death in Avengers: Endgame, it’s heavily assumed that the upcoming movie will be a prequel. Natasha sacrificed herself for Clint and the rest of the team in order for the release of the Soul Stone on Vormir. It’s unclear if she has a future in the MCU’s present timeline, but there’s still gaps in her early life that can be on focus for a solo movie.
The Black Widow movie will most likely focus on Natasha before she joined as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. Audiences have followed her journey as an admirable member of the Avengers, but little has been revealed about her past. She’s previously hinted at some of the red on her ledger – we even saw a glimpse in Avengers: Age of Ultron’s visions – and that will hopefully be properly explained in the Black Widow movie. A quick name-drop from Red Skull during a scene inEndgame has also led speculation that the Black Widow movie will introduce Natasha’s father, Ivan; even Natasha doesn’t know much about her father, or at least has forgotten.
Aside from that speculation, there have been a number of cast announcements. Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, David Harbour, and O-T Fagbenle will all play as-yet-unknown roles inBlack Widow. Set photos are already making their way online, and official details about the cast will be surely be made public in the near future. Marvel will most likely start to ramp up marketing later this year after SDCC. When it does, that’s an indication that the Black Widowtrailer is not far behind.