Marvel’s “Black Widow” Production Pushed Back

It seems as though the production for Marvel Studio’s Black Widow film is being pushed back to begin filming in June in the UK.

Although there was no official announcement of upcoming films by Marvel since they skipped 2018’s Comic-Con. Reports came out about what’s next for Marvel after 2019.

Avengers Endgame will definitely change the game, after everything is said and done. Marvel’s 2020 films are supposed to take place before anything happens in the MCU.

Black Widows movie is a prequel and a origin story that is said to take place in the late 90’s or early 2000’s. None the less its going to be a story that wont be affected by the events of Endgame.

“Black Widow” was scheduled to begin filming at the end of the month however it seems that scheduleing issues may have been at play here.

For now all we know is that Cate Shortland will helm the flick, and Captain-Marvel co-writer Jac Schaefer has written the script. There are still no casting details available yet, however went new details emerge we will report them.

As of now “Black Widow” has an unofficial release date of May 1st, 2020.

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