Marvel after multiple times delaying Black Widow and Shang-Chi, the final delay announced. Scarlett Johansson’s upcoming movie Black Widow was delayed already from the initial scheduled May 1, 2020. And later, the movie continues to delay from November 6, 2020, then May 7, 2021, and now the movie pushed once more and it indicates that the company wants no more further delays.
Marvel going to start Phase 4 with Scarlett Johansson’s movie. But due to the global pandemic, affects and changes a lot of Cinemas look.
Because Black Widow release date pushed other upcoming movies of Disney+ and Marvel delayed as well. It includes Marvel Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings from July to September 3, Disney Emma Stone starring Cruella for May 28, and Pixar’s Luca for the June 18 release date.
And at last, Scarlett Johansson’s movie, Black Widow will release on July 9 in cinemas and on Disney+ also globally with Premier Access. And this going to be the first Marvel Cinematic Universe movie since two years after Spider-Man: far from home release.
Earlier it was reported by Variety, But now Marvel Studios and Disney+ officially confirmed it.
Check out the full Marvel tweet below:
Shang-Chi is not official confirms for digital release. So, it will release in theatres.
Other movies follow the same release date Eternals on November 5. And Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home on December 17.
Marvel The Falcon and the Winter Soldier already break the streaming record from its first episode by most-watched Disney+ series to date. So Black Widow expected maybe to break other records from its premiere day.
You can access Black Widow on Disney+ by taking a premium subscription for $30 cost.