BLACK WIDOW FILM – A new trailer tells us more about the villain of the film Black Widow, worn by Scarlett Johannsson.
[Mis à jour le 09 mars 2020 à 14h35] “I stop fleeing”. Black Widow is ready to do battle with its past in a new trailer released by Marvel this Monday, March 9. And after two explosive first trailers, these new images raise the tension and reveal (finally) a little more on Taskmaster, the big villain of this new feature film carried by Scarlett Johansson. The latter appears with his shield in numerous confrontations against Natasha Romanoff and her family of super-assassins. If we know his name and the fact that he “controls the Red Room”, which seems to be an army of assassins, his identity remains unknown since we never see his face or the actor or the actress who embodies this bad guy. It is therefore a safe bet that the revelation of his true identity will be one of the important twists of the film. Could it be someone close to heroin?
The first Marvel production entirely centered on Natasha Romanoff, the film Black Widow takes place before the events of Avengers: Infinity War and the fatal fate encountered by the superheroine at the end of the last phase of the MCU. The heroine embodied by Scarlett Johansson decides to return to Russia to face her past. She finds her family there, who also seems to be made up of peerless killers. Black Widow has one goal: “to go back to where it all started”. No doubt, this action film will finally shed more light on the dark past of the super-murderer as mysterious as murderous. The latter will also find his whole family, whose members are composed of the actors David Harbor (Stranger Things), Florence Pugh (Midsommar) and Rachel Weisz (The favorite). On the production side, Cate Shortland is in charge of the film Black Widow. We owe the Australian director, notably the films Berlin Syndrome and Lore. However, you will have to wait until April 29, 2020 in France, a few days before the American release, on May 1, 2020, to discover this last lap of Black Widow.