Black Widow is now coming on November 6 (formerly when The Eternals was going to come out), and of course that has ramifications for the rest of the MCU Phase 4 schedule.
On March 17, ComicBook.com broke the news that Black Widow is joining the ranks to the many movies whose release has been delayed by coronavirus. This likely could have a ripple effect on other MCU Phase 4 projects, since they all intertwine. We will update this story when we learn more.
The Black Widow movie was nearly finally here. But, due to coronavirus concerns, we’ll have to settle for its latest trailer for now. Yes, we’ve come practically a decade since Scarlett Johannson’s Natasha Romanoff in Iron Man 2 (2010), so what’s another … half a year or more?
Some background: During Marvel Studios’ panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, the company announced a Black Widow title movie as the first project of MCU Phase 4. We’ve gathered everything there is to know about the Black Widow movie and organized it below for your convenience. From the release date to the timeline, here’s everything we know so far about Black Widow’s solo debut.
Here is our video explaining the movie’s plot, why the release date was delayed.