Sorry, Black Widow will not premiere on Disney +

With the announcement that Wonder Woman will go streaming on the same day it hits theaters in 1984, all eyes are on Marvel’s similarly positioned Black Widow. Well, it turns out there are currently no plans to do the same on the next MCU outing, despite Disney’s attempting to bring several high profile releases to its Disney + streaming service, including Emma Stones Cruella and Robert Zemeckis’ staged Pinocchio.

Just before Warner Bros. announced that Wonder Woman would air on HBO Max on December 25th 1984 at no additional cost to subscribers, Victoria Alonso, executive vice president of Marvel Studios, stated the following Black widow Publication on Disney +: “It seems to me that our films are films for theatrical distribution. We have always said that we believe in different formats and it is very important that the custom, the tradition of seeing certain films in the community to maintain. “

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“With Avengers: Endgame, we did it as usual: every Friday before a movie comes out, we watch it with people who have never seen it,” she continued. “When you see it with those 500 people or the 1,000 people or the 100 people who have been to the cinema, what you feel when you watch this film with other people is very different from what you feel in the living room can be the four, five or six people who live in your home. ”

Of course as Wonder Woman 1984 has now proven that this streaming release situation is constantly changing in the current global circumstances. Director Patty Jenkins has been a firm believer for months that the sequel to DC won’t release on HBO Max, but clearly something has changed which opens up the possibility that the same could happen for Black Widow as well.

Black Widow will provide a glimpse into the origins of one of the founding Avengers and even reveal details about the famous Budapest mission. At birth, the black widow, also known as Natasha Romanova, is handed over to the KGB, where she is cared for as the ultimate agent. When the USSR disintegrates, the government tries to kill her before the action spills over into what is now New York, where she now works as a freelance worker. Now Natasha Romanoff is suddenly alone and forced to face a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past. Pursued by a force that stops at nothing to topple her, Romanoff must grapple with her history as a spy and the broken relationships she left long before she became an avenger.

Black Widow stars Scarlet Johansson, who played the role of Natasha Romanoff AKA Black Widow, Florence Pugh von Midsommar as Yelena Belova, David Harbor as Alexei Shostakov / Red Guardian, Avengers: Endgames William Hurt as Thaddeus Ross, Ray Winstone from The Departed as Dreykov plays The Handmaid’s Tale star OT Fagbenle as Rick Mason and Rachel Weisz of The Favorite as Melina Vostokoff.

Marvel Studios recently rolled back its entire large-screen cast. Black Widow is now set to open on May 7, 2021, more than a year after it was originally scheduled to be released. Both Black Widow and Eternals should open in theaters this year, but that won’t be the case anymore. The former is now set to hit theaters on May 7, 2021, the latter on November 5, 2021. Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has also been delayed and is now set to be released on July 9, 2021 between Black Widow and Eternals. Spider-Man 3 is now set to hit theaters on December 17, 2021. This is communicated to us with the kind permission of Deadline.

Topics: Black Widow, Wonder Woman 2, Streaming, Disney Plus

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