For over a year, fans have been waiting for that movie. Originally scheduled for release in May last year, Black Widow was postponed and then postponed again, making Tuesday night’s premiere even more exciting for both fans and stars.
“I am very anxious to come back to life again. I just love people, I love social experiences. I love movies, I love cinemas, so I’m really excited to get back to it. “I will,” said David Harbor.
Faithful people returned to their costumes, many dressed as “Black Widow.”
“It’s overwhelming. That is, wait 10 years for the movie to be made and then be delayed by COVID. If you get it, it will be even sweeter,” said Marvel fan Lauren.
“We’ve seen movies on the couch, but it doesn’t look like we’re watching a blockbuster,” said Anthony Benitez.
“Black Widow” features Scarlett Johansson as one of the “Avengers”, a trained assassin with no psychic powers. She is away from the group this time and she has an operative called “Sister”.
“It’s interesting to see women lifting other women and supporting each other’s forgiveness journey. I think that’s what we made in this movie,” Johansson said.
Early reviews praised the film’s heart and soul, and the positive behavior of women.
“Black Widow” will be released for a week starting Friday by Disney Marvel, which is owned by the same parent company as the ABC-owned television station.
Marvel fans attend a special show of “Black Widow” in New York City
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