Black Widow Movie Poster Teases Her Mysterious Past

adminJune 17, 2021

Black Widow Movie Poster Teases Her Mysterious Past

Several new posters have been released for Marvel Studios’ Black Widow movie and they poke fun at Natasha Romanoff’s (Scarlett Johansson) mysterious past.

New posters for Black widow poke fun at Natasha Romanoff’s mysterious past. Scarlett Johansson has spent the last decade playing Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She made the super spy a fan favorite character, but Marvel Studios waited until after Natasha’s death in Avengers Endgame to give you a solo movie. Fans pressed for a Black widow movie since it debuted in Iron Man 2, and wait for it to only get longer due to COVID-19 delays.

Scarlett Johansson has already been in seven MCU movies, but Black widow It is the first time that Natasha is the central character. The film is a prequel set between the events of Captain America: Civil War Y Avengers: infinity war. You’ll explore what happened to Natasha after she broke the Sokovia Accords and before joining Captain America’s Secret Avengers squad. This will bring new characters like Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), Red Guardian (David Harbor), and Taskmaster to the MCU, which could allow Black widow to set up multiple aspects of the MCU’s future despite its prequel setup. However, the core of the film will be exploring Natasha’s past like never before.

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Multiple posters for Black widow They’re now online as part of Marvel Studios’ latest marketing push for the first Phase 4 movie. Collider released an exclusive look at a poster for ScreenX that pokes fun at the classified nature of Natasha’s past. Dolby Cinemas shared a new poster highlighting the film’s cast around Johansson and the presence of multiple Black Widows. Finally, RealD 3D debuted a poster that puts Natasha and Yelena on opposite sides of the Black Widow logo.

Learning more about Natasha’s past is one of the main attractions of Black widow for MCU fans. Movies have sparked many events in their past, but Marvel Studios rarely took the time to explore them. Trailers have teased that this will include flashbacks of Natasha as a child and training in the Red Room. Her relationships with Yelena, Red Guardian, and Melina (Rachel Weisz) and how the Red Room influences the story should also be avenues to explore Natasha’s backstory. Ironically, the secrets of Black Widow’s past were previously made public by her during the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

What Black widowAs the release date approaches, Marvel fans should check out plenty of other marketing materials to promote the Disney + theatrical release. It will be over two years since the release of the last MCU movie by the time Black widow July 9 arrives. Although some previously questioned how important the movie is to the grand scheme of the universe, it could now benefit from the extensive wait to see a new MCU movie on the big screen. Now we just have to hope that Black widow The wait was worth it.

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Sources: Collider, Dolby Cinema, RealD 3D

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