- “The experience will be worth the wait,” Marvel said in a post.
The new trailer — titled “Let’s Go” — shows Black Widow squaring off with the Taskmaster, as well as many other moments from the upcoming film. There’s even a shot of Black Widow jumping out of an airplane while she fights the Taskmaster.
Disney+ and Marvel announced in March that “Black Widow” would come out on Disney+ beginning on July 9. The film will be available on Disney+ Premier Access, a feature that allows people to watch new films on Disney+ for an extra $30 fee.
- The release date for “Black Widow” has been shifting a lot throughout the last year. The Marvel film — the first in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe — had an original release date of May 1, 2020. But the coronavirus outbreak led to movie theaters shutting their doors, which delayed the “Black Widow” release.