Black Widow, according to Kevin Feige, may just be the first of many prequel movies

Black Widow will debut in Italian cinemas in just over two weeks and, second Kevin Feige, or the one who holds the future of phase four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it may just be the first of many prequel movies.

More MCU Prequels Coming After Black Widow?

At a recent press conference, Feige explained that “This film and this story are a special case for Natasha. But the idea of ​​exploring the past, present and future of the MCU is definitely a possibility for all of our characters. This particular story of this particular cast is very personal, very specific to Natasha ”.

Feige suggested that the arrival of new prequel films would only be possible if the stories told are creatively compelling, at least enough to justify a film of this type, even if the motivations with Black Widow were completely different.

“We knew very clearly that there was a long period of his life that we knew nothing about; not only his childhood but also the time period between Civil War and Infinity War. And that’s when we felt it was right to focus creatively on the possibilities that allow us to discover more about his past and more about his present. And … give some clues about the future. “

Black Widow texture and details

Black Widow will arrive in Italian cinemas on 7 July 2021. After two days, on 9 July, it will debut in streaming with VIP access on Disney Plus, while from 6 October 2021 it will be available to all subscribers to the service at no additional cost.

In the action-packed spy thriller Marvel Studios’s Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff aka the Black Widow faces the dark sides of her registry when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises.

Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing until she defeats her, Natasha will have to deal with her spy past and broken and left relationships before becoming an Avenger.

In addition to Johansson, Black Widow will boast a stellar cast that includes the beloved star of Stranger Things David Harbor (as Red Guardian) but also Florence Pugh, the Oscar winner Rachel Weisz, OT Fagbenle is Ray Winstone.


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