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“Black Widow”: Scarlett Johansson tries out the heroine’s new costume behind the scenes; Check!

On her Instagram profile, makeup artist Deborah Lamia Denaver posted a behind-the-scenes image from “ Black Widow, ” showing protagonist Scarlett Johansson trying on the new heroine costume.

In the image, the star appears smiling, while Denaver makes some adjustments to her look.

In the caption, the makeup artist wrote:

“Behind the Scenes of ‘Black Widow’. It’s happening, let’s all be excited, I can’t wait to see the premiere !!! We need it, we want it, we’ll love it! “

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Recalling that the film was originally due for release in May 2020, but has been repeatedly delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

And, like fans, Tom Holland and the cast of ‘Spider-Man 3’ are dying of anguish watching the adaptation starring Scarlett Johansson.

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During an interview with Screen Rant, the star said he was pushing Marvel to ask the studio to release a copy of the film so that he and his fellow students could find out about the plot before the premiere.

However, given Holland’s track record as a bad keeper of secrets, it looks like such a request will not be met.

“We’ve been harassing Marvel for weeks to see if they’re going to schedule a screening of ‘Black Widow’. Man, how difficult it is, so far they haven’t given in to the pressure. Admire people, if you read this interview the order is on, we want to see the movie soon. “

Sadly, Holland and fans will have to wait a few more months to finally watch the heroine’s solo film “ Black Widow, ” which premieres on May 7.

The film will last 2 hours and 13 minutes.

By way of comparison, the film approaches the length of “Captain America: Civil War” (2 hours and 27 minutes) and “Black Panther” (2 hours and 14 minutes).

In addition to Scarlett Johansson in the lead role, the cast includes David Harbor, Rachel Weisz, Florence Pugh and OT Fagbenle.

Disney talks about possibility of launching ‘Black Widow’ digitally

The production is directed by Cate Shortland, based on the screenplay by Jac Schaeffer.

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