Those of you who haven’t watched this recent trailer that Marvel calls its final, you need to go watch it right away! We’ll tell you why.
Marvel’s Black Widow
Black Widow has to be one of the most-awaited movies in the MCU. The initial idea of the movie had emerged years ago but was suppressed for the fear of not getting enough views for being woman-centred.
However, the successful release of Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel in 2019 cleared all doubts for Marvel. The shooting for Scarlett Johnson’s standalone thus started in 2019, featuring Romanoff in a time way before the Endgame.
Chronologically set after Captain America: Civil War, the movie takes us to Natasha returning to her hometown to take care of some unfinished business.
Scarlett Johnson stars the movie as Romanoff or the Black Widow.
When Will The Movie Hit The Theaters?
Being one of a couple of movies Marvel is releasing in 2020, the Black Widow is scheduled to premiere on May 1st, 2020.
The Final Trailer Launched By Marvel: What’s It About?
Marvel studio uploaded a trailer of Black Widow on Youtube yesterday. According to them, this is supposed to be the final trailer for the movie.
At the beginning of the trailer, we see Romanoff talking to her sister; the two make fun of the fake stories she tells about her to the people who used to know her. They couldn’t have been more ironic.
We also find out that the Taskmaster has taken control of the Red Room Academy, that the two of them attended. Their mission in the movie is to demolish the brainwashing organisation so that no more lives of innocent girls could be ruined.
What Do We Find Out About The Taskmaster?
Well, the Taskmaster has been monitoring the moves of all the Avengers for a long time. Taking into consideration his photographic memory and his skill of mimicry, he seems quite formidable.
We see instances of it when he wields arrows on fire, like Hawkeye, and his possession of a shield similar to that of Rogers.
With such powerful moves, beating him is not going to be an easy job for Romanoff.
Watch them in action in the theatres this May.