Black Widow new teaser: It is Natasha vs Taskmaster

Black Widow new teaser: It is Natasha vs Taskmaster

Black Widow new teaser: It is Natasha vs Taskmaster

In the comics, Taskmaster is sometimes portrayed as an anti-hero more than an outright villain, so it would be interesting to see how he interacts and collides with Black Widow and her family, all of whom tend to operate in the grey area as well.

Turns out Black Widow has a new mission to tackle, which may involve her clan (Belova, Alexei Shostakov [David Harbour], and Melina Vostokoff [Rachel Weisz]).

Cate Shortland (Lore) directs Black Widow from a script written by Jac Schaeffer (The Hustle). The video of the Scarlett Johansson starrer offers more of the sister banter that takes place between Natasha and Yelena.

The new trailer dropped yesterday.

"Who the hell is that guy?" the trailer ends with Black Widow coming face-to-face with the Taskmaster.

Marvel unleashed a wave of elation amongst fans after dropping a special look into the much-anticipated Black Widow prequel, ahead of its release.

Nevertheless, because they have the license to print money, Marvel Studios chose to give the MCU mainstay a proper send-off with her first solo film, and by the looks of it, it's going to feature tons of Johannson whooping absolute ass, which frankly never gets old.

Now, going based entirely on Davis' speculative tweet alone, there could be a connection between Natasha's change in look, as well as her dedication to doing "whatever it takes" to defeat Thanos. "And I think everything that they're trying to do with that film is make it as painful and as real and as gritty as possible and it was exactly like that when we made it".

"She's not a classic hero because she has a dark past", said the filmmaker. The Marvel Cinematic Universe's upcoming film focusing on the adventures of Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) precedes the events of Avengers: Infinity War, and now we have new bits of footage added into the mix.

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