The Black Widow marketing machine is officially out in full force. As the movie’s premiere date fast approaches, Marvel is gearing up for its first theatrical release in two years with a new TV spot confirming that advance tickets are now on sale. Check it out for yourself below.
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And that’s not all. The studio has also released a brand new featurette spotlighting the high-octane action sequences that fans can expect when Black Widow arrives next month. The video features interviews with several of the film’s cast members, including Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, and David Harbour. Johannson explains how the movie’s stunts are like nothing the MCU has seen before, particularly the scenes in Budapest, which are “so important to who Natasha really is.” Additionally, director Cate Shortland outlines her approach to zeroing in on Natasha’s character amid all the spectacle.
“I wanted to create something really visceral and fun,” said Shortland. “But to talk about Natasha as a human being. To let audiences see a side of her that they have never seen before.”
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Finally, Marvel (via Fandango) has also unveiled a new extended clip centering on Natasha and Pugh’s Yelena Belova. The scene appears to take place relatively early on in the movie and shows the two assassins escaping from a group of hunters who are presumably working for the Red Room facility. Watch the full clip below.
Black Widow hits theaters and Disney+ Premier Access on July 9.
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