The Black Widow was delayed’ until 2021


The 'Black Widow' has been postponed’ until May 2021.

The Black Widow was delayed’ until 2021


The upcoming Marvel movie - starring Scarlett Johansson as the titular superhero - was originally slated’ for release in May this year, but due to failures caused by the Coronavirus epidemic, the feature has a new release date of November 6. Was gone

And now, Disney owners have further delayed the project, as it will now open in theaters on May 7 next year, a year after its first planned launch.

The new date means that several Marvel films are facing delays, including 'Sheng Chi and Legend of the Ten Rings', which was due to be released on May 7, the new date of 'Black Widow'. ۔

Instead, 'Sheng Chi' will launch on July 9, while 'The Eternal' - which aims to follow 'Black Widow' in February next year - will hit cinema screens on November 5, 2021.

As part of the exchange, several other Disney projects were postponed’ including Steven Spielberg's West Side Story, Kingsman Prequel, The Kingman, and Kenneth Branagh's Death on the Nile. ‘Included.

Meanwhile, lead actress Scarlett had earlier said that despite making her debut as a human hero in 'Iron Man 2' a decade ago, 'Black Widow' is being released at the ideal time.

He claimed that the success of films such as 'Captain Marvel' and DC's 'Wonder Woman' has created a tendency for female characters to direct their stories, making it the perfect time for Black Widow's stack and stock. Goes

The 35-year-old actress said: "For everyone who said to me, 'Oh this (' Black Widow 'movie) should have happened five or ten years ago,' Just can't do it. This film is a result of what is happening in Zeitgeist, and I think it's great.


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