On Wednesday afternoon, it was announced that the Marvel Black Widow could return via season 7. May 2021. It was supposed to be released over a year earlier, but the coronavirus pandemic has caused a series of delays that seem to have pushed it back to grade 7 for good. May brought. However, with so much uncertainty surrounding the status of the global pandemic and the introduction of the vaccine, it is unclear whether moviegoers will be able (and comfortable) to gather in theaters to see a Marvel movie. The result: The case could go back even further, and Marvel fans are feeling the pain.

Kevin Feige, the director of Marvel Studios, has been asked if the studio is confident that Black Widow will be released in May 2021, and he seems to have doubts. I mean, certainty is meaningless in today’s world because nobody knows anything. Hope dies last, Feige said on the Phase Zero podcast. Postponed for a year, hopefully it’s enough, now there’s a vaccine. We’ll see about that. I should hope so. I want to go back to theatre with people.

While some of Natasha Romanoff’s biggest fans are desperate to get the character on the big screen (which essentially means waiting), others are excited and want the film to follow in the footsteps of Raya and the Last Dragon with a theatrical and Disney release at an additional price beyond the subscription. So far, there is no indication that this is the plan.

When uncertainty arises, reactions fade faster than those of Sleep.

Real desire

Girls don’t want guys Girls don’t want black widow to stick around again pic.twitter.com/JmWGuHwHMK

– brookeLegACIES TONIGHT (@bvckysdogtags) January 21, 2021

Brooke knows that. Girls don’t need boys or anything. They just want the Black Widow to stop being delayed!



hold……. I swear, I’m not putting it off anymore, I just want to see the fucking movie #BlackWidow pic.twitter.com/ftXqQOBM9t

– ʂɬɛ℘ɧ Olivia Rodrigo Supremacy (@ctrlchaeyoung) January 21, 2021

Once SpongeBob joins the mime show, you know it’s a real thing.


Double version

Hopefully #BlackWidow won’t be delayed any more. All Disney has to do is release the film as a hybrid version and get it in theaters and on #DisneyPlus (Premier Access) at the same time pic.twitter.com/KsdQb5YWlM.

– Ashley Carter (@AshleyLCarter1) January 21, 2021

Ashley Carter is one of many people who has released Black Widow in theaters and on Disney+ for an additional price with the Premier Access option,




– sponge/eli☂︎ ᱬ (@spongeybongey) January 17, 2021

If the Black Widow reappears, will our bodies be able to resist her? We’re not super-soldiers here.



I’d like to be surprised if Black Widow gets pushed back to November or next year, because I absolutely want them to have a red carpet premiere (or a red and black carpet). Honestly, it will be gutted if it doesn’t premiere, and saddened if it is a box-office bomb pic.twitter.com/ushIYLmEPd

– Natasha (@Blockbustargirl) January 15, 2021

This Twitter user, who has named her account Black Widow herself or is actually named Natasha, is willing to wait for the time it will take for the feature to come out. It’s been a long time.


Longest minute

Black widow: I’ll see you in a minute.

Minute: pic.twitter.com/TZk4QI6Ydl

– BD (@BrandonDavisBD) January 21, 2021

The last thing Black Widow said to the Avengers was A. Nobody knows that this will be the longest minute.


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