Marvel Studios has released the first trailer for Black Widow and the footage from May 2020 shows that even after Avengers: Endgame there is still much untapped potential in the country Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Scarlett Johansson returns to play the eponymous superspy in the movie that plays before the events of Endgame (for reasons known to anyone who has seen the movie) and shortly after Events of Captain America: Civil War and notes that Natasha Romanov is exposed to a threat from her past. Forced to return to Russia, she meets with Yelena Bolova (Florence Pugh), a colleague of the Red Room, the secret school for spies and assassins she trained.
The two-minute preview of Black Widow also features the Stranger Things performer David Harbor as Alexei Shostakov, aka Red Guardian, and Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff, aka Iron Maiden, before. Together with Romanov and Bolova, the quartet is tackling the threat that has brought Johansson's character back to their roots.
Johansson is joined by his colleague Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and William Hurt as Thaddeus Ross, who made his debut in The Incredible in 2008, Hulk and more recently in Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame appeared. It is also rumored that Robert Downey Jr. repeated his role as Tony Stark for the film, but this has not been confirmed.
The Supporting Actor of Black Widow are OT Fagbenle, Ray Winstone and Olivier Richter. The film is filmed by Lore and Somersault filmmaker Cate Shortland. Black Widow is the MCU's first installment in cinemas after the Infinity Saga finale, and the first film in Marvel's Phase 4 lineup, as well as the 24th film in the longtime MCU franchise that started with the Iron Man of 2008. The Eternals in November 2020, then Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in February 2021.
Black Widow is supposed to be on the 1st. Come to the cinemas in May 2020.