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The Theatrical Release of Black Widow is finally announced

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After a lot of controversy of teasing, waiting, and delaying, finally Marvel’s Black Widow has announced the confirmation about the release date. The makers have declared that Black Widow will launch on the theatres and also Disney+ on 9th July 2021.

Black Widow delayed to 2021, pushing back The Eternals and other Marvel  movies - The Verge

At first, the film was set to release on 1st May 2020 but aced multiple obstacles due to the terrible pandemic COVID-19. After giving some importance to this issue it has confirmed the July date, this superhero film is featuring Scarlett Johansson who was slated temporarily for 7th May 2021.

Black Widow' Trailer: Florence Pugh as Yelena, Taskmaster get right  attention in Scarlett Johansson's film

Some months ago, Disney has exposed that Black Widow will not follow Mulan and also will be released in both theatre and digital. It was mainly for the feedback from the simultaneous release of Mulan in theatre and also on Disney+ were not overwhelming positively.

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There are a lot of audiences who initially took issue with the extra fees of US$30 to watch Mulan through Premier Access but also with the successful launch of Disney’s Raya and the last Dragon in theatres and also on Disney+, It is assumed that Black Widow has the chance at landing on the same access.

Final 'Black Widow' trailer released: Check out the trailer for 24th Marvel  Cinematic Universe film - ABC7 Chicago

This film is fixed after the occasion of Captain America: Civil War and also will be starred Johansson exploring her role as Natasha Romanoff. This Marvel movie will also be introducing Florence Pugh who is informed to take over the mantle of Black Widow and expected to appear in the upcoming Hawkeye in the Disney+ series.

Marvel at These Epic Screenshots From the Black Widow Trailer! -

There is good news for Robert Downey Jr aka Tony Stark fans. This film is going to introduce David Harbour and Rachelk Weisz and also there will be a comeback of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark.

Black Widow (2021)
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In a parallel manner for Marvel are Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is also scheduled for 2nd September. It has also informed that Loki, Hawkeye, and Ms. Marvel’s theatrical release also has postponed due to several latest Disney films such as Cruella on 27th May 2021, Free Guy on 12th August 2021, The King’s Man on 23rd December 2021, Deep Water on 14th January 2022, Death on the Nile on 11th February 2022.

Here is the Trailer of this film:

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