Marvel CCO Unsure If Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow Movie Will Stick Its Release Date

With 14,000,605 potential release options for Black Widow, Kevin Feige reiterated he wants to see it debut in cinemas.Speaking to ComicBook.com, Feige took a realistic approach to questions about Black Widow’s release. As much as he wants to see it premiere on the silver screen, he admitted he does not have full confidence in its current release date.“I mean, confidence is meaningless in today’s world because nobody knows anything. Hope springs eternal. A year delay, you hope would be enough, there’s a vaccine out there now. We’ll see. I certainly hope so. I want to be back in the theater with people.”Black Widow was originally scheduled to release in May 2020, with Eternals following it six months later in November. With the latest release schedule shuffle, Scarlett Johansson’s solo flick is set to drop just two months before the next theatrical project, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Despite the proximity of the two films, Feige stressed that close releases are nothing new for Marvel Studios.While Feige’s quotes are not entirely optimistic, it is good to get full transparency from our fearless Marvel leader.
The reality of today’s world is that everything has to be taken with a grain of salt. Rain checks have become the norm. Delays are expected. As Feige said, having a vaccine gives hope, but it would be jumping the gun to simply assume normalcy will return in just a few months.

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