Cinemas reopen in Los Angeles, will Marvel take advantage of Black Widow?


According to the data communicated so far by the United States, it seems that the cinemas in Los Angeles, like those in New York, could soon reopen their doors following the decrease in the number of Covid19 infections per 100 thousand inhabitants. This factor could be decisive when it comes to the distribution of a highly anticipated film Black Widow.

Already a few days ago we reported how the Disney producers had not changed the release date of the Black Widow movie, set for May 7 and how the same Disney CEO Bob Chapek had confirmed that the Black Widow movie would certainly be released in the cinemas. In the United States, Los Angeles could reach comforting parameters regarding the number of Covid19 infections from next week, when some non-essential activities such as cinemas can reopen.

This Friday in the USA the milestone of 2 million vaccinations should be reached and from here should start a further estimate and analysis of the situation that could precisely allow the reopening and thus give the possibility to Disney to distribute the long-awaited Black Widow movie, which we remember. it was supposed to come out in May 2019 initially.

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe spy thriller, set between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, the Black Widow will have to face the darker parts of her past when a dangerous conspiracy is linked to her previous life in the KGB. come back to haunt her. Pursued by a task force that will stop at nothing to capture her, Natasha will come face to face with her old life and her old affections belonging to an abandoned world long before she became one of the Avengers.

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