Marvel Studios has announced the new release date of its upcoming scheduled movies. Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow, the long-awaited solo film based on Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) superhero Natasha Romanoff, has been pushed back by two months along with other Marvel movies.
The release of Black Widow has been pushed to July 9 from May 7. Above all, the movie will get a simultaneous release in the theatres and on streaming service Disney Plus. For home viewers on Disney Plus, the movie will be released at an additional cost to subscribers.
Marvel Studios took to Twitter and announced the new release date of Johansson starrer with an official new poster.
Cate Shortland, the Cate Shortland directorial has been delayed three times since the pandemic started in 2020. It was originally scheduled to release in theatres on May 20, 2020. Meanwhile, Cruella, the prequel to 101 Dalmatians that serves as an origin story for the iconic villain, is arriving as scheduled on May 28.