The coronavirus epidemic has also struck the movie industry. The release of several high-budget films had to be postponed due to the closure of cinemas. Black Widow, which arrived as a comic book adaptation by Marvel, should have premiered last spring; instead it is arriving in July of this year, both to theaters and to streaming service Disney+.
The film was shot in Budapest, and based on the information available, it seems that the Hungarian capital will not represent Moscow, Berlin, or Prague as it has had in Hollywood productions in recent years, but parts of the film will actually take place in Budapest.
The Citadel, the Eastern Railway Station, Széchenyi Street, and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences will also appear in the trailer, and the Black Widow will have to fight the main villain named Taskmaster in Alkotmány Street, based on the trailer.
The protagonist, acted by Scarlett Johansson, is already known for her roles in other Marvel movies, as she was a member of the superhero team Avengers alongside Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and The Hulk, for example. Interestingly, the character (Black Widow) already died in the 2019 Avengers: The Endgame, so the audience has already seen the end of her heroic career and life. Black Widow, partly shot in Budapest, focuses on the events of the past, some of which are revealed in the new preview.
Marvel’s Moon Knight series, directed by Mohamed Diab and starring Oscar Isaac, has confirmed Budapest as one of its main filming locations. Oscar Isaac, who and is already familiar among Disney fans for his roles in the newest Star Wars trilogy and X-Men: Apocalypse, was confirmed for the role of Moon Knight this month. It […]Continue reading
The 24th movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe would have originally been shown on May 1, 2020, but was first postponed indefinitely in March last year and then it was announced in September that the premier would come on May 7, 2021. However, it was delayed again in March this year, until July 9th when the movie will be finally shown.