published on: 16/09/2020 2:31 PM
The film that will mark the debut of phase 4 of Marvel, is scheduled to premiere during the month of November.
If things run their course, in a few weeks the long-delayed film starring Scarlett Johansson, ” Black Widow, ” will finally see the light of day. In it, the actress plays Natasha Romanoff alias Black Widow again. The story is set years before his fatal end of “Avengers: Endgame” and everything indicates that it will be his farewell to measure at Marvel Studios. While many fans are eagerly awaiting the title, it should be noted that the star may have already thrown up a number of clues as to what to expect. These are some of them!
Definitely about Women empower and feminist
During an interview with Empire, Scarlett Johansson spoke about the feminist approach of “Black Widow.” She revealed that the film is very reflective of what is going on in relation to the Times Up movement and the #MeToo movement. She also added that the director of the film, Cate Shortland, wanted to make a film about women helping other women and women lifting other women out of a very difficult situation.
A family drama
Scarlett Johansson recently spoke about the family angle of the film. As seen in the multiple trailers that were released, “Black Widow” reunites with her most intimate surroundings. Speaking with Total Film, he revealed that one of the angles of the film is precisely that. One of the themes of the film will be to show what the family is, how it defines it, how it is part of what it is, and how history could define a person for better or for worse.
A Chronicle of a Death Foretold
Speaking to Empire magazine, Scarlett Johansson revealed that she knew about the Black Widow’s death from when she was filming for “Avengers: Infinity War.” He discussed his conversation with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige prior to filming the film. She mentioned that Feige called her and warned her that they were in a place where there would be great sacrifices and great losses.
“Black Widow” has a deeper message
In an older interview with Parade, Scarlett Johansson talked about the film Cate Shortland is directing. She said the film has a deeper message than anything she did before in the studio. The actor also added that the movie is very much about forgiving herself and accepting the choices that were made for her.