Black Widow Possibly Heading To Disney +

Black Widow Possibly Heading To Disney +

Black Widow Possibly Heading To Disney +!

It appears that Black Widow may be following in the footsteps of Wonder Woman 1984 since the DCEU movie has proved to be a major success in the COVID era. Read on for more about Black Widow Disney +… has learned that Marvel boss Kevin Feige has spoken about whether Black Widow could follow in the footsteps of the live-action Mulan and Pixar’s Soul.

Both Mulan and Pixar’s Soul released directly to Disney+ before, or instead of, having a worldwide theatrical release. And both films were huge successes for the studio.

Black Widow, which will kick off Phase 4 of the MCU, was originally due to come out in May 2020 but Natasha Romanoff’s solo movie has been repeatedly delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The movie, which stars Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, and David Harbour, is currently scheduled for release on May 7 this year but with the situation changing rapidly, it isn’t a guarantee that this will be possible.

Since many cities still do not allow moviegoers and are still closed many people can’t see movies unless they release directly to streaming services.

What Kevin Feige is saying about Black Widow:

Black Widow could premiere on streaming service Disney+ instead, Feige told Deadline that it is still too early to make that kind of decision.

If I had a crystal ball, I’d look into it and tell you. I don’t,” he said of Black Widow’s release plans, adding that he is hopeful Marvel will be able to keep telling interconnecting stories on both the big and small screens.

Our long lead plan was to have the MCU and the storytelling woven between weekly episodic big swings on Disney+ and into the feature big swings in theatres.

Feige explained:

It’s my great hope that that continues. Don’t ask me week by week what is going to happen in this world – I have no idea and don’t want to guess.

Feige concluded by saying that “until this past year” Marvel Studios’ plans had “gone remarkably well” and he is hopeful that fans will be able to return to the big screen relatively soon.