Scarlett Johansson talks about how important the movie Black Widow is

Black Widow with Scarlett Johansson will be the first Marvel film to be released in theaters after the global pandemic caused by the Coronavirus.

A new image of Black widow showing a tense confrontation between Natasha romanoff and the wicked Taskmaster, while Scarlett Johansson explains the relevance of the movie in the #MeToo era. The movie is scheduled to hit theaters this November, though many fans hope it can follow. Mulan which can be seen directly in Disney +, although its price would be around $ 29.99.

In a recent interview, the star Scarlett Johansson shared her thoughts on some of the feminist themes of the film from Marvel studios.

“I think this particular movie is very much a reflection of what's going on with the Time's Up movement and the #MeToo movement.”

“It would be a great loss if we didn't tackle those things, if this movie didn't do it head-on. I think, particularly for Cate, it was very important for her to make a film about women who are helping other women, who are getting other women out of a very difficult situation. Someone asked me if Natasha was a feminist. Of course it is, it's obvious. It's a bit stupid question. “

With these comments comes a new frame of Black Widow. As you can see below, the image features the fight between Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) and the villainous Taskmaster. The film's marketing campaign has stalled but is expected to pick up again in the coming weeks.

Scarlett Johansson talks about how important the movie Black Widow is

What will the movie be about?

Set between Marvel movies Captain America: Civil War (2016) and Avengers: Infinity War (2018), we find that the Avengers team has disbanded at the same time that Hulk and Thor are missing. Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) You are at a time in your life where you feel somewhat disoriented. But he must face his past while allying himself with old friends.

Directed by Cate shortland, the movie Black widow is starring Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, David Harbor, William Hurt and Ray Winstone. It will premiere on October 20, 2020. | Cinema, comics and series