In early 2020, MCU Juggernaut looked non-stop, steaming all the competition to win the box office with its new offering. Just months later, when the global health emergency led to the worldwide lockout of theaters, juggernaut hit the ground. First accident was Black widow, Whose release has already been delayed by more than a year. In a new interview with ComicBook.com, MCU listener Kevin Feige admitted that he is still not sure whether the film will be able to maintain its new release date, but is hoping for the best.
“I mean, confidence in today’s world is meaningless because no one knows anything. Hope springs eternal. A delay of a year, you hope there will be enough, there’s a vaccine out there now. We’ll see. I’ll definitely I hope. I want to be. Back to the theater with people. “
2020 was the year when female characters made their mark at the box office, with four major films scheduled for release, along with major films Black widow, Wonder Woman 1984, birds of prey, And Mulan. birds of prey Released for lack at a box office. Mulan And Wonder Woman 1984 Both choose streaming routes.
Many fans were sure that Disney would eventually cave, and Black widow To be released like Disney + Mulan. But it seems, at least for now, the studio is choosing to hold off on a streaming release, and keep a theatrical release date for it Black widow. In a separate interview with Deadline, Kevin feige He had intended that he believed a time would come when the MCU would resume its dominance of the theater business.
“If I had a crystal ball, I would see it and tell you [about the future of cinemas]. Not me I can tell you that for the last three years Bob Iger brought me to his office and talked about a streaming platform that would become Disney + and asked us to start working on programs for it. Our long lead plan was to have the weekly episodic big swings on Disney + and the MCU and story woven between feature big swings in theaters. It is my great hope that this will continue. What’s going to happen in this world this week, don’t ask me, I don’t know anything and I don’t want to guess. Everything we’ve done at Marvel Studios is “well, if everything gets done perfectly, here’s what we want to do.” And until this past year, things have gone remarkably well. And it is my hope that the world gets back on track and we all return to theaters, and people will watch and experience Disney for a week at a low monthly fee, which we are bringing there, and then to get Will be excited to meet with people again in real life and sit with strangers and share an experience on the big screen. “
Directed by Kate Shortland, Black widow Natasha Romanoff / Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, Alexei Shostakov / David Harbor as Red Guardian, OT Fagben as Mason, and Rachel Weizoff as Melina Vostokoff. The film hit theaters on May 7, 2021. The news comes from ComicBook.com with additional reporting of Deadline.
Subject: Black Widow, Movie Theater, Box Office