The film of the belle of the Avengers is finally happening and it has been ages ago since a Marvel movie came out making Black Widow’s arrival more exciting. Set before the Avengers: Infinity War, it follows the story of Natasha Romanoff tracing back her roots, possibly sharing what the red mark in her ledger really is. Are you ready for it? Mark your calendars as this is when it will come out in your country!
Black Widow will be having both a theatrical and a Disney Plus Premier Access release date all at once. It will be on July 9, 2021. The film will cost an additional $30 on top of the monthly subscription on Disney Plus before being able have the film available on your home screens.
For those living in the UK, Black Widow is scheduled for release on cinemas on July 7, 2021, and the Disney Plus Premier Access release date remains the same on July 9, 2021. This has been officially announced on the Marvel UK & Ireland Twitter page. There would be an additional £19.99 on top of the monthly subscription cost to be able to watch the film on your account.
If you’re from the land down under, Australia, Black Widow is slated for release on July 8, 2021, and the Disney Plus Premier Access to it will be on the next day, July 9, 2021. A price of $34.99 would be needed in order to unlock the film on top of the monthly subscription cost.
Hailing from the Great White North? If you’re living in Canada then Black Widow will be released the same day as that in the US and it will be on July 9, 2021, both in theaters and on Disney Plus Premier Access for $34.99 and you would have to have an active subscription on Disney Plus first before being able to avail of this feature.
Black Widow will be set in between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War where Natasha Romanoff is running away from the consequences of the clash of the Avengers in Civil War where she heads home to her family to reconcile with her past.
Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow will be joined by David Harbour’s Red Guardian, Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova, and Rachel Weisz’s Melina Vostokoff as they take on the Taskmaster who is responsible for the Red Room, the lingering red Natasha has left on her ledger. With Natasha’s death in Avengers: Endgame, this film serves as her farewell to the MCU, the send-off she deserves.