‘Black Widow’ Release Date Has Been Pushed to May 2021
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic concern, Disney and Marvel have decided to delay the release date of Black Widow. More than 1 year after it was originally set to release, it has once again been pushed back to May 7th, 2021.
This will be the first time since 2009 that a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie hasn’t been released in a calendar year.
“We’ve got a pretty robust slate through 2021,” McCarthy said, as reported by Deadline. “We hope theaters are open, and we hope our films are films that for the people who choose to go to movie theaters, the experience of going to a theater is very different from what you would have at home.”
Stranger Things star David Harbour who plays the role of the Red Guardian in Marvel’s upcoming release Black Widow has said that he’s all for the film being released for streaming while the coronavirus pandemic continues.
While the future of Black Widow remains uncertain, here’s a quick look at the official trailer. Regardless of when it’s released, we here at MickeyBlog are super excited.
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Source: The Verge