Black Widow Postponed
Marvel Studios was developing a movie called Black Widow. It was originally supposed to have a theatrical release of May 1, 2020. But due to the Coronavirus it was pushed back. There was confusion if Black Widow was going to be released on Disney +, or if it was going to have a theatrical release. Then it was confirmed by Kevin Feige (the president of Marvel Studios) that Black Widow is going to have a theatrical release. It will now be released on November 12, 2020. This movie is rated PG-13 and may not be suitable for children.
The main protagonist is Black Widow or Natash Romanoff, and is going to be played by Scarlett Johansson. Black widow is a spy working for Shield. She was trained under the red room. There is where she learned all of her fighting skills. The main antagonist is Taskmaster but the actor is currently unknown. Taskmaster is a powerful villain in the comics. His power is to absorb knowledge instantly. His power is tied to his muscle memory. He can basically mimic the physical movement of superheros. Another hero being introduced is Red Guardian. Red Guardian in the comics is the Russian version of Captain America. Red Guardian will be played by Daivd Harbor, who is more famously known for playing chief Hopper in Stranger Things.
Black widow is not the only movie that was pushed back. All movies with 2020-2022 movie release dates have been pushed back, not just superhero movies. On the bright side, during the 2020-2022 years we are going to have more movies to look forward to.