Starting from that shot of Avengers: Endgame in which all the superheroines are seen, Marvel has a female ensemble film in store. Letitia Wright, Black Panther’s Shuri, says it with certainty.
Black Widow is the next appointment with a film Marvel, continuously postponed due to the global pandemic. Hope wants the film with Scarlett Johansson can be seen inside a movie theater and not on the Disney + streaming service. For now the release of the film, which is the first of Marvel Cinematic Universe revolving around a female character as the absolute protagonist, is scheduled for May 7, 2021. However, there is a project in the house Marvel which has the intent of emphasize the female sphere of the MCU, something that looks like a superheroine sun Avengers.
Apparently it’s not so much an unfounded rumor, but something to which the top Marvel they are thinking and planning. To say it with confidence is Letitia Wright, the actress who plays Shuri in Black Panther, sister of King T’Challa. The last time we saw her was during the epic final battle of Avengers: Endgame, in that shot that pays homage to the female fighters of the Marvel films, flanking them from edge to edge of the screen as they all launch against the armies of Thanos. Wright doesn’t think a heroine-focused movie is just a possibility, the actress believes it’s an inevitability. “Victoria Alonso she is very convinced in going in this direction, as she is Kevin Feige” dice Letitia Wright speaking of the vice president and the president of the Marvel, “It is only a matter of time”.
In fact, it is the time that separates us from this scenario that will first have to make room for the films already in the pipeline for the next few years: Black Widow, Shang-Chi, Eternals, Spider-Man 3, Thor: Love and Thunder e Doctor Strange 2, all placed on the calendar until March 2022.
Below is the Black Widow trailer.