Disney likely to postpone Black Widow release for the second time … after Scarlett Johansson reveals that it will mark #MeThis era
Disney will likely postpone the release of the Avengers’ second film Black Widow to sign off for a second time, with viewers not yet sitting comfortably in the movie theater at the age of COVID-19.
The original May release for the MCU flick was first moved to October / November, and ‘many individuals with status information’ told Variety that it would be delayed again.
With the delays for films such as Wonder Woman 1984, Greenland, Candyman, and Top Gun: Maverick, many studios are avoiding releasing their big-budget Tempole pictures.
Inauspicious hint: Disney will likely sign Black Widow for a second time to prevent the release of Avengers. Not yet comfortable for viewers sitting in theaters at the age of COVID-19
About 70% of US cinemas have reopened, but movie theaters in major cities Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco are closed.
As of Tuesday, 29.4M confirmed coronovirus cases were reported globally (6.59M in states), causing 931K deaths.
The report comes after two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson – who plays Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow – reported that the plot about the former KGB killer would depict the #MeToo movement.
The 35-year-old native New Yorker told Empire earlier this month that I think the film reflects a lot in relation to the Time’s Up Movement and the #MeToo Movement.
‘It’ll be such a miss if we don’t address that stuff’: The report comes weeks after two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson – who plays Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow – conspired about the former KGB killer. Revealed #MeToo Movement
Sisters: Kate Shortland’s feminist action flick – set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016) – features Robert Downey Jr., Rachel Weese, William Hurt, David Harbor, Ray Winston and Florence Pugh (L).
‘If this film didn’t address that stuff, it would have been like that. I think, especially for Kate [Shortland], It was very important for them to make a film about women who are helping other women, who get other women out of a very difficult situation.
‘Someone asked me if Natasha was a feminist. Of course he is, it is clear. This is a bit of Asin’s question. ‘
Kate Shortland’s feminist action flick – set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016) – also features Robert Downey Jr., Rachel Weisz, William Hurt, David Harbor, Ray Winston and Florence Pugh.