All the Marvel fans are eagerly waiting for Scarlett Johansson’s solo movie. After Robert Downey Jr as Iron Man, ScarJo made an entry as Black Widow in the MCU. The movie was earlier supposed to release in April this year. But that didn’t happen due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As of now, Marvel Studios have pushed the release date to November 6, 2020. However, no one is sure if the COVID-19 pandemic will be over by then or not. Also, there have been speculations that BW might get a digital release on Disney Plus.
Earlier, Scarlett Johansson’s co-star David Harbour expressed that he would love to see Black Widow on Disney Plus. Now, Disney CEO Bob Chapek has addressed the digital release of this MCU movie. As reported by Comicbook, Bob said that the release of BW on the digital platform might NOT be the case just yet. He also shared the reason for the same.
For now, Mulan will hit Disney Plus on September 4, 2020. So that’s an only one-off plan by them and Black Widow isn’t on the list yet. Bob Chapek said, “We are looking at Mulan as a one-off as opposed to saying there’s a new business windowing model we are looking at.”
Well, that’s good news for Scarlett Johansson’s fans. If the makers decide to keep digital release plan only one-off, fans might watch the movie directly on the big screen.
Talking about Black Widow, it is helmed by Cate Shortland. Along with Scarlett and David Harbour, it also stars Florence Pugh and Rachel Weisz. There are reports that Robert Downey Jr will have a cameo in the movie. However, there is no official confirmation regarding the same.