Black Widow, a stand alone dedicated to the character played by Scarlett Johansson and the first film of phase 4 of the MCU, is available from today 9 July on Disney + with Vip access
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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many of the unpublished content related to the MCU – in particular the long-awaited series, such as WandaVision or Loki – have however seen their release postpone by more than a year. Fans, therefore, had to be satisfied with watching the films already known, waiting for the situation to unblock even for the big screen. 2020 was the first year without Marvel movies in theaters. And that’s why Disney has decided not to postpone the release of the scheduled films beyond, releasing four cinecomics in 2o21.
And, among these, there is certainly one of the most anticipated films of the year: Black Widow. The standalone on Natasha Romanoff will be released on July 7, but two days later – on July 9 – will be available on the Disney Plus streaming platform with VIP access.
A strategy that has already proved to be partially successful, allowing the entertainment giant to gain from its most important titles on both fronts, namely the big and the small screen.
Black Widow: la trama
While waiting for the 9th of July we can take a look at the official synopsis of the film:
In Marvel Studios’ action-packed spy thriller Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow takes stock of her darker side when she stumbles upon a dangerous conspiracy tied to her past. Haunted by a force that will stop at nothing to destroy her, Natasha must deal with her spy past and the broken relationships she left behind long before she became an Avenger.
In the cast we find again Scarlett Johansson in the role of Natasha Romanoff, alongside which new faces appear: Florence Pugh, David Harbour e Rachel Weisz. After the tragic events of Avangers: Endgame the only way to review Black Widow was in a standalone dedicated to her. Set, as confirmed by the president of Marvel Studios himself, Kevin Feige, immediately after the events of Captain America: Civil War.
So we just have to wait for the July 9 to discover the past of one of the most complex and mysterious Avanger. Comfortably from our sofa at home.
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