Marvel released the final official poster for Black Window featuring the entire cast of the MCU’s latest film. Natasha Romanoff will finally get her due with a solo feature in this film after years of playing a supporting role. Due to her death in Avenger: Endgame, this film will be going back in time, exploring the events between Avengers: Infinity War and Captain America: Civil War. Natasha is left alone, and Avengers disbands; she seeks out her former family to help her confront the demons from her past.
This family includes David Harbour’s Alexei Shostokoff AKA Red Guardian, Rachel Weisz’s Melina Vostokoff, and Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova. In addition to the core four, Ray Winstone, William Hurt, and O.T. Fagbenle will star. Early reviews of the film have praised the various performers, particularly Pugh, Johansson. Critics also said the actions in the movie are also one of the best of MCU.
Now only ten days left for Black Window to hit the theaters; Marvel has released the official poster for the highly anticipated film. In the poster, the entire cast can be seen in a classic poster format. Johansson can be seen in the front and center in the one-sheet with the rest of her cast. Black Window TV spots, posters, previews continue to roll out as the preparation is going on for Marvel’s significant return to theaters.
Each new promotion reveals something exciting about the film, but in a short amount of time, with the complete picture set to be told, it seems that Black Window will be a success. The movie will release both in Disney+ and theaters; the film is tracking to have a higher debut at the box office than F9. This past week F9 broke all box office records, and this film could be the same.
The film releasing simultaneously on the streaming platforms and theaters might affect box office collection as per speculations. Warner Bros. has released many films in the past few months, released in both theaters and streaming apps simultaneously. Black Window carries a heavy price tag on Disney+, costing subscribers an additional $30.