In early April, Disney announced that Black Widow would now be released on November 6, 2020, and the rest of their Phase Four slate of films were shifted to accommodate this change. In September 2020, Disney pushed the release back again to May 7, 2021, followed by a third shift in March 2021 to July 9, 2021.
Unless someone gets an Infinity Gauntlet together from the Guardians of the Galaxy or can call in a favor from WandaVision’s reality-shifting sitcom fanatic Scarlet Witch, Black Widow will not be coming to Netflix.
Disney is modifying its release strategy again for the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe entry “Black Widow.” The film will open in theaters on July 9, but it will also launch on the studio’s streaming platform Disney+ on the same day.
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Black Widow will be available for Disney Plus subscribers to purchase through Premier Access on the same day it hits theaters — July 9. … Black Widow is the fourth Disney Plus film available through the Premier Access model, following Disney’s Mulan, Raya and the Last Dragon and Cruella.
Trivia. In the comics, Tony Masters, better known as Taskmaster, was a mercenary hired as a training instructor by various criminal organizations such as HYDRA and A.I.M., who had the uncanny ability to mimic the fighting moves of his opponents.
Black Widow met an untimely and tragic end halfway through Avengers: Endgame, sacrificing herself on Vormir so that Hawkeye could retrieve the Soul Stone.