A feature of the upcoming MCU film Black Widow was released on the occasion of National Superhero Day. Scarlett Johansson, who reprises the role of Natasha Romanoff, is titled Superhero, including the clip. Black Widow was an original member of the Avengers.
In the clip, Johansson stated how the film would tell fans who Natasha really is, as despite experiencing her adventures from the Battle of New York, in which Loki invaded the war against Thanos with the Chitauri army, We are precious about his perfection.
The trailer and promo also house the crucifix of the film, that Natasha, a former Soviet spy, was first a SHGB admitted to SHIELD and then later, the Avengers, would face her past.
Starring Kate Shortland, with the screenplay written by Eric Pearson, the film is set after the events of the 2016 Captain America: Civil War in which Black Widow moves himself to the law to assist Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes.
If the film promises promo-wise, it would definitely be a fitting film for superheroes who sacrificed their lives in Avengers: Endgame.
Black Widow will be the first MCU film of 2019 after Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Black Widow was originally scheduled for release on May 1, 2020, but was delayed due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. It will now be released more than a year later on July 9, 2021.