Long-overdue standalone film finally moves forward with scriptwriter hire

  • Long-overdue standalone film finally moves forward with scriptwriter hire

Long-overdue standalone film finally moves forward with scriptwriter hire

It's a shame that Johansson's Black Widow won't get to be the first since she's already appeared in so many movies and is so great, but hopefully, this means that she will get her own solo movie which she deserves.

Johansson has played the defected Russian spy six times on the big screen so far, starting with an appearance opposite Robert Downey Jr in 2010's Iron Man 2.

Are you looking forward to seeing a Black Widow movie? No story details were revealed in the report, but evidently Marvel is now committed to seeing its resident super spy finally venture out on her own. She then caught the eye of Anne Hathaway and has since worked on projects such as Nasty Women, a Dirty Rotten Scoundrels remake starring Hathaway, with a release date in August 2018.

Although a Black Widow movie has been a topic of discussion for years, this is the first time that it finally looks like it might become a reality.

At long last, the Black Widow standalone film that fans have been begging for since she appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) eight years ago has reportedly taken a promising step by hiring a scriptwriter.

BLACK WIDOW update: While Jac didn't get a chance to meet with ScarJo before she was tapped to pen BW, hearing the two are likely to sit down at the beginning of next month to talk about the film and how they see it going.

When we last left off with Black Widow in Captain America: Civil War, she had gone on the run from the USA government after helping Captain America and Winter Soldier escape to track down Helmut Zemo.

Anyway, things might be moving ahead on the Black Widow movie front.

Stay tuned to CinemaBlend for more news on what's happening with the Black Widow movie.

Her seventh turn rolls around next May with the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War.