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Here’s when ‘Black Widow’ can be watched on Disney+ (for free)

‘Black Widow’ will be on Disney+ through Premier Access in July. But what about for normal subscribers?

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Natasha Romanoff in “Black Widow.”

Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) as Black Widow in “Black Widow,” which will be released on July 9.

Jay Maidment, Marvel Studios

Want to see “Black Widow” without paying an extra $30 or going to the movie theater? Well, you’ll have to wait until October.

When does “Black Widow” come out?

“Black Widow” will drop in movie theaters on July 9.

  • “Black Widow” had an original release date of May 1, 2020. But the coronavirus outbreak forced movie theaters to shut down for most of 2020, which delayed the release until July 9, 2021, when it was all said and done.

When can you watch it on Disney+ Premier Access?

On July 9, “Black Widow” will also be available on Disney+ Premier Access, a feature of Disney+ that allows you to watch new films on Disney+ for an extra $30 fee.

When can you watch it on Disney+ for free?

The pre-order page for “Black Widow” reveals that the film will be available on Disney+ for all subscribers on Oct. 6, 2021.

Again, this is for Disney+ subscribers. You can get a subscription at monthly or yearly rates at the Disney+ website. There aren’t any free trials available at the moment.

Disney+ costs $7.99 per month or $79.99 for the year

  • Hulu and ESPN Plus can be bundled in for $13.99 per month.