Plus, she's got a little movie coming out this year called Black Widow, the years-in-the-making standalone film about her superspy Natasha Romanoff.
In the film, Johansson reprises her Marvel alter-ego, Natasha Romanoff, while Pugh makes her MCU debut as her "sister", Yelena Belova. "Black Widow" will be released in Hungarian cinemas on April 30, 2020.
Nevertheless, because they have the license to print money, Marvel Studios made a decision to give the MCU mainstay a proper send-off with her first solo film, and by the looks of it, it's going to feature tons of Johannson whooping absolute ass, which frankly never gets old. The film is slated to release on May 1, 2020, in the USA and on April 30, 2020, in India. Judging by the action-packed trailer, MCU is looking at kicking-off the new phase with a bang!
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Notice how the new trailer has Natasha questioning: "Who the hell is that guy?".
In December, Pugh shared her excitement at being a part of the female-led project. Time is a flat circle, let me go spin my Inception totem, all that good stuff.
Yelena Belova is a Black Widow from Natasha Romanoff's past, and now, in a new look at Marvel's Black Widow movie finally arriving this May, it's clear that Yelena's story might be more important to the Natasha we've already seen in some of the Avengers movies that take place later. "And that was a really nice thing to get to, and of course I got to be with the Black Widow and watch her work, which was pretty awesome considering she's been the only female superhero for the past 10 years".