Black Widow Cast, Release Date, Where To Watch

Young Natasha Romanoff Holding A Gun To Protect Yelena Is Too Emotional To Watch

The standalone Marvel installment starring Scarlett Johansson is approaching its release date. Fans have been patiently waiting for the movie ever since its announcement. However, the pandemic has slowed down production as well as its release.

Natasha Romanoff will again be seen on screen by her fans. Directed by Cate Shortland, Black Widow will mark the first film in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). In the film, Romanoff will be forced to deal with her life as a spy after a dangerous conspiracy from her past arises.

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Black Widow is one of the original Avengers. Therefore, her standalone film has been highly anticipated and long-awaited by fans. This film will reportedly act as a prequel that will show her life before she joined forces with the Avengers.

Black Widow Stunts

Black Widow Cast

Scarlett Johansson will be seen in her usual character as Natasha Romanoff. Academy Award nominee Florence Pugh will be seen on-screen alongside Johansson.

Pugh will be seen as Yelena Belova, who is Natasha’s adoptive sister who was raised in the same Red Room program.

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Other than the two stars, Rachel Weisz and David Harbour will also be seen as Melina Vostokoff and Aleksei Shostakov respectively. They are reported to be seen as parent figures to Johansson and Pugh’s characters.

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Release Date

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Produced by Marvel Studios’ president Kevin Feige, Black Widow will be released on Friday, July 9.

Black Widow Where To Watch

Black Widow will be released on Disney+ as well as in cinemas. However, for Indian fans, the movie will be available to be streamed for anyone with a Disney+ subscription from its release date.

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