Scarlett Johansson describes ‘Black Widow’ as “a family drama”

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Fans of Natasha Romanoff are going to need patience because, although the premiere of her film alone was to fall, there is still no new release date set for ‘Black Widow’. However, the proximity of its arrival in cinemas before the crisis of the coronavirus has made a number of magazines in paper bring the movie of Marvel on the cover, and continue to llegándonos news about it.

Black Widow

In this case, there are new statements of Scarlett Johansson to the british Total Film. In the pages of the magazine, Johansson has described ‘Black Widow’ as “a family drama”. So what explains: “One of the themes of the film is the family. What is a family? How do we define? How do we define our past. How our family, we define as we define, forge who we are, for good or for evil? I think part of the genius of Kevin Present is that they always think what they expect the fans of these movies and then gives them something they never dreamed of. The idea of Natasha Romanoff in a family drama is the most unexpected, I had to get the idea of what was going to be because it is a change of tone very big”. But ensures that, for very family drama, “deepens, it is courageous and it goes where it has to go”.

This family is formed by Yelena, played by Florence Pugh, and David Harbour, and Rachel Weisz as Alexei Shostakov and Melina Vostokoff. The film is directed by Cate Shortland, and although it was planned to release on the 30th of April, there is a significant change in their technical section.

Last minute change

According to reports Film Music Reporter, Marvel Studios has decided to replace Alexandre Desplat the front of the soundtrack of the film, and to replace it by Lorne Balfe, author of the music of ‘Bad Boys For Life’. A movement quite disappointing because Desplat seemed like a bet on the part of Marvel to give it a bit more personality to their soundtracks. It is not that Balfe is a bad option (he worked with Hans Zimmer on ‘The Dark Knight’ or ‘Origin’), but a soundtrack of Marvel by the winner of two Oscars Alexandre Desplat sounded very good, never better.

‘Black widow’ has no release date.