We’re all still bummed from the news that Marvel Studios’ Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson has been postponed. The move by Disney is understandable, but it doesn’t mean we can’t get ourselves pumped up for the eventual return to normalcy by checking out some sweet stills from the highly anticipated Marvel extravaganza.
Though March Madness, college basketball’s national championship tournament, has been cancelled this year, we thought it would fun to present an imaginary MCU bracket pitting Marvel’s surviving heroes against one another.
The Walt Disney Company announced today that due to the coronavirus pandemic across the globe it will be postponing the theatrical release date of the MCU solo character film Black Widow.
In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day let’s take a slide down the rainbow Bifrost bridge to Earth to find the Top 5 Irish Marvel heroes… and hopefully a pot of gold while we’re at it!
Spider-Man has been through quite a lot of drama over the last few years – we’re talking getting recruited by Iron Man during the Avengers’ Civil War, being dusted by Thanos on an alien planet, having his secret identity outed in the press, and dealing with two major movie studios fighting over his screen rights.
Marvel Studios has taken quite a few risks over the years with wacky out-there concepts. Audiences have rewarded their fearlessness by filling theaters to assure Marvel blockbuster hit after hit. Marvel’s next great gamble is the upcoming Eternals movie set right now for a fall release.
Marvel Studios has been relatively quiet since last summer’s Spider-Man: Far From Home. The blockbuster-maker has been slyly at work preparing a number of feature films and Disney+ TV series to burst onto the scene starting with this May’s Black Widow, followed by The Falcon and The Winter Soldier streaming series in August, November’s Eternals movie and WandaVision in December.
Disney has been hard at work over the last decade or so adding new and exciting lands to their theme parks based on huge Hollywood franchises. First there was Cars Land. Then there was Pandora: The World of Avatar. Next came Star Wars: Galaxy Edge. Now we have Marvel’s Avengers Campus.
Avengers: Endgame was the end of an epic 22 movie run that began with 2008’s Iron Man. Endgame left a number of loose threads to be picked up in upcoming movies and Disney+ television series. One of those threads happened to be the Guardians of the Galaxy. What would become of the team following the events of Infinity War and Endgame?
What better way to start the week than with a brand-new Black Widow poster AND trailer?! With less than two months to go until Natasha Romanoff’s long-anticipated standalone feature, it was only a matter of time before Marvel dropped fans another look – or two.