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Black Widow First Trailer and New Poster Released And We’re In Awe!


Scarlett Johansson is back as Black Widow and we’re so excited! A trailer and new poster has dropped.

When they said a Black Widow trailer would drop on December 3rd, we thought they were making shit up. Turns out, they weren’t! We’re officially geeking out over the first trailer for the film which sees Natasha go back to her old roots as a spy.

We’ll break the trailer down in a later post, but just seeing Nat alive again and really embracing being a Black Widow was just epic to see! For those wondering, this film will take place after Captain America: Civil War or at least, that’s what we’re hearing.

In the trailer, we meet Yelena (Florence Pugh) and Melina (Rachel Weisz) as well as Alexei (David Harbour) who were like family to Nat before she joined ranks with the Avengers. We even see an arrow wielding dude in a mask. This is either Taskmaster or it’s a disguised Clint (Jeremy Renner). We’re not sure, but it’s likely Taskmaster due to there being no official confirmation that Hawkeye is even in the film.

Here’s a look at the new poster!

[Credit: Reddit]

How cool is the Black Widow poster? We love that the only words on it is ‘Marvel Studios’ and the release date. We’re going to be covering the female characters at a later date, but we’re just so happy this is finally coming to fruition. Just by looking at the trailer, this movie is going to be the very definition of Spy Thriller. Cate Shortland is doing a fantastic job. We cannot wait to see more!

Here’s a look at the first trailer for Black Widow:

[Credit; YouTube]

We cannot wait to see Natasha kick some serious ass again even if it is in the past. We’re going to comb through the trailer and break it down, but in the meantime, watch it over and over! We are!

Black Widow arrives in cinemas in May 2020.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!

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