Though the movies presently can’t seem to be formally reported, Marvel Studios is putting their slate of post-Avengers: Endgame films on the road to success, with Black Widow, at last, getting the spotlight in her first solo film.

Little is thought about Black Widow now, except that Scarlett Johansson will feature a movie directed by Cate Shortland. However, we have a smart thought of where the film will shoot.


As indicated by another report from HN Entertainment, Black Widow will start filming in the United Kingdom and could start as right on time as not long from now.

Little is known about Black Widow now, particularly with regards to the script being written by Jac Schaeffer. However, a short plot blurb did spring up on Production Weekly toward the end of last year. However, there’s no word on the validity of the synopsis:

“At birth the Black Widow (aka Natasha Romanova) is given to the KGB, which grooms her to become its ultimate operative. When the U.S.S.R. breaks up, the government tries to kill her as the action movies to present-day New York, where she is a freelance operative. The standalone film will find Romanoff living in the United States 15 years after the fall of the Soviet Union.”

Fans have been clamouring for a Black Widow film for a long while, as the character originally appeared in Iron Man 2. As far back as at that point, Ms Romanoff has earned innumerable fans and turned out to be a standout amongst the most noticeable heroes in the MCU — all without a solo film.


Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige talked about the significance of sparkling the spotlight on various characters every now and then, implying at the company’s strategy for future superhero movies.

“We believe that what we’re working on has value,” Feige said in Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years. “The risks and creative chances that we’re taking are in service to creating something an audience will respond to, something unique and different. I believe deeply that’s what film goers want – to be surprised and to have expectations exceeded. You don’t know until it’s out, but all we’ve done since Phase One is go with our gut.”

Black Widow does not have an official discharge date, but rather is supposed to be discharged in 2020.

Source:, Screenrant

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