Scarlett Johansson Is ‘Very Thankful’ Black Widow Is Being Made Now

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Why Scarlett Johansson Is ‘Very Thankful’ Black Widow Is Being Made Now Instead of 10 Years Ago. By Thomas Glare.

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The Black Widow character was first seen in Iron Man 2. Typically, all the other members of the Avengers grew to make their individual films. Captain America, Hulk, Wolverine, Thor, and Iron Man all starred in their standalone movies.

Black Widow was a character saved for Captain America chapters and Avengers team-ups. While it was so evident for the other characters, it was unclear how Natasha Romanoff’s single movie would be.

The common concerns were the kind of storyline to adapt to and the nature of the standalone movie. During the filming of Black Widow, we managed to have a one on one with Scarlett Johansson. She clarified why it took so long to shoot the movie and why it was worth waiting.

The trailer is so fascinating. I can’t wait for the movie’s release!

According to her views, the film would be way different were it made a decade ago.

She further explained that the time difference and the demand for audiences are the significant considerations put in place. Scarlett Johansson was very thankful that it took that long for the movie to come up. She was mainly pointing out that it addresses real stuff (the number one preference for audiences).

2009 – 2010 was a developing phase of Marvel Studios. Had Marvel released the Scarlett Johansson Black Widow movie then, it would be more superficial than the thrillers seen in the current releases such as Captain America: Civil War.

As Natasha Romanoff explained, the extra time gave the team additional inducement. The movie became more certain during the shooting period of Infinity War, which made the character’s fate so clear. At that point, it seemed nice that there was no need or urgency for the movie to happen. That eliminated any pressing urgency to shoot it.

In that case, the Black Widow movie was made because the team wanted to and not because they needed to.That made the process way better and more straightforward.

The Movie’s Setting

Black Widow preceded Captain America: Civil War as the 24th film of MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). The Black Widow movie was produced in 2021 by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

The film is a story by Jac Shaeffer and Ned Benson. It was produced by Kevin Feige, directed by Cate Shortland, and Eric Pearson did the screenplay.

The shooting was done in Norway, Morocco, Budapest, Pinewood Studios in England, Macon, and Atlanta, Georgia. There was an initial release on May 1st, 2021, although the pandemic derailed the filming. It later premiered on June 29th, 2021, and its scheduled release is on July 9th in the US.

The Black Widow movie is PG-13 (intense action/violence| some language| thematic material). It’s under the action and adventure genre, and the original language is English.

Black Widow Storyline

Black Widow’s storyline begins with a Scarlett Johansson Black Widow workout on the run. She is finally forced to confront her past, which is the basis of the entire movie – Natasha Romanoff facing her fears drawing from a dangerous conspiracy.

Scarlett Johansson is pursued by a force that is determined to bring her down. Since the force will stop at nothing, Natasha Romanoff must deal with her history. It includes her past life of being a spy and her broken relationships from her past life before she joined the Avengers.

It’s entirely on violence which revolves around betrayal, turn of events, reunions, and vengeance. Surprisingly, according to many reviews, Florence Pugh gets more credit for her role in the film. Ultimately, an overall great movie came out from the production.

It’s only a matter of time before you access it on the screens!


Movie lovers have their take on praises and critics of films depending on different considerations. Some might point out the retaining of Black Widow Scarlett Johansson outfit, and for some, they’d question the storyline. However, it all comes down to what the team puts up for the fans. Considering the reception received by Black Widow, fans will flood theaters and cinemas to watch this amazing thriller.

Do you think the wait was worth it? How would you rate Black Widow? Do you have your tickets ready for streaming the film? Please share your thoughts with us!


Thomas Glare is a freelance copywriter that focuses on the movie industry mostly. He’s collaborating with several online publications, and the legend says there’s no film he didn’t watch. 

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