The solo film about the Russian spy played by Scarlett Johansson plans to reach Indian cinemas on October 30.
The solo story about Natasha Romanoff plans to reach the cinemas on October 30. Black Widow, directed by Cate Shortland, will inaugurate Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and descriptions of the characters published on Disney's Latin America website have revealed new details about Yelena Belova, Melina Vostokoff, and Alexei Shostakov/Red Guardian.
Black Widow is set after the events in Captain America: Civil War. By the fracture of the Avengers as a result of the Sokovia Agreements, Natasha flees and on his solo adventure, he will meet people who were key in his past. They are the three characters we mentioned to you earlier, whom she met when she was little and had a mission to impersonating a family.
According to the site, Yelena is a product of the Red Room, where future black widows are trained. When he discovers that his life is in danger from a series of threats, his only way to survive will be to make a truce with Natasha, whom he blames for a lifetime of torment. As for Melina, she went through the Red Room program up to four times. For her intelligence, she was promoted to a leading scientist.
Red Guardian, for his part, is described as Captain Russian America. During the Cold War, it was all honors, but now he is behind bars and feels guilty for all his years as a spy and also has that feeling towards Natasha. As for the latter, the description says nothing new. Only he's separated from the Avengers and he's going to have to face his past. Also, that to defeat a killer, Taskmaster, he must team up with Melina, Red Guardian, and Yelena.
Black Widow features O.T. Fagbenle as Mason and William Hurt as Thaddeus Ross. It remains to be discovered whether Disney will decide to release the film in theaters on October 30 or delay again - the film was originally going to land on the billboard in April - its arrival. Also if the studio will follow the same strategy as with Mulán, which would mean skipping the cinemas and premiering it in Disney+ for a certain price - Mulán costs 21.99 euros - through Premium Access. On these lines, don't miss the trailer.