Yesterday saw a leak of the Black Widow logo from the set of the film, but the quality was admittedly low. Thanks to the internet though, we have a high-quality render for what very well could be the final logo for the film.
Check it out:
It’s not much, but I think it’s simple enough to blend in with the rest of the titling for other MCU films. Of course, there’s still a chance that Marvel could change it, but how different could they make it, really?
The movie is currently shooting in Budapest, Hungary, and a lot of people are convinced that it’s going to be a prequel following Widow’s story before she started working for SHIELD. We don’t have any official confirmation, but the movie could also include Widow’s successor, Yelena Belova who is speculated to be played by Florence Pugh. It’s also very likely that we get an appearance from Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye since the two have a very tight-knit relationship which was emphasized in the first Avengers film.
With the movie currently shooting, I’m guessing Marvel will have some kind of sizzle reel prepared for SDCC 2019 this coming July. Then again, I’m expecting that only the attendees will be able to get a look-see at the film, and at best the general audience will get a release date.
We don’t know when Black Widow comes out yet, but it’s likely it will see a 2020 release. For now, gear up for the release of Spider-Man: Far from Home in theaters July 2.