The crisis of the coronavirus pint for longer than we feared, and the distributors do not want to take the risk of investing in advertising for nothing. Disney had already decided to delay ‘Mulan’ and ‘The New Mutants’, the next in reach, but had not been pronounced on ‘Black Widow’ until now.
According to reports Variety, the first movie of Phase 4 of the Movie Universe Marvel postpones its premiereinitially designed for the 1 of may of this year, a week before in countries like ours. It was only a matter of time that this occurs. With it will also abandon their premiere dates in may, ‘the Woman in The Window’ and ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’.
Disney has not wanted to announce, as with ‘Mulan’, ‘The New Mutants’ or ‘Antlers: dark Creature’, a new date of arrival to theaters due to the uncertainty that surrounds the pandemic. But it is logical that we do not want to risk a film with a budget that exceeds $ 150 million. In the united States are beginning to be aware of the magnitude of the pandemic and there are cinema chains such as AMC (the main theaters of the country) who have announced the closure of their establishments between six and twelve weeks.
The film, directed by Cate Shortland, retrieves the character of Natasha Romanoff Scarlett Johansson, and adds a spectacular cast headed by Florence Pugh, David Harbour, Rachel Weisz, William Hurt and Ray Winstone. The film fills the hole between ‘Captain America: Civil War’ and ‘Avengers: Infinity War’.