Black Widow is almost here after what feels like an eternity. We’ve been waiting for this film to come out forever, and have only been met with multiple delays. It’s finally happening, though! We can’t see it being delayed again. Now, there’s a new clip that reveals Red Guardian fully in costume! Hopper cleans up nice, eh?
This new clip is expanding on some of the things we’ve already seen in the trailer. There’s a scene we’ve seen several times now. It involves Natasha Romanoff reuniting with some of her former Soviet people.
It seems like as they’re all catching up though, Hopper’s character decides to dig out his old uniform and try it on. The clip that we’re gonna put just down below here shows a little more in regards to that.
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There’s something we don’t know, about Black Widow though. That’s how it’s going to connect to the rest of the MCU and what happens to the characters going forward. Will we see any of these characters again?
We have some of those answers at least. Yelena, one of the women in the above clip, will be appearing in the MCU after Black Widow. We already know she’s going to be the new Black Widow.
Her next appearance, as far as we are aware will be in the Hawkeye Disney+ series. After that she could really show up anywhere, but hopefully it’s soon. She could always show up in the rumored Young Avengers series. Or perhaps in Secret Invasion.
Here’s the Black Widow synopsis, in case you’ve forgotten.
Following the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016) Natasha Romanoff finds herself alone and forced to confront a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Romanoff must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.
You can catch Black Widow in Theatres and on Disney+ premiere access on July 9.
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