‘Black Widow’ has been shown to the international press and initial reactions have already been made public.
Additionally, ComicBook has confirmed that the movie has a post-credits scene. There are actually TWO.
Yes, #BlackWidow has a post-credits scene
(Maybe 2, I think?)
– BD (@BrandonDavisBD) June 17, 2021
To avoid spoilers, it was not allowed to disclose the content of the scenes.
The production was praised for its spy-movie vibe, tense scenes, polished humor and the essentials: Florence Pugh (“Midsommar”) received rave reviews for her acting, described as ” instant MCU icon ”.
Discover the first reactions:
“Very compelling fight and chase sequences, a risky performance by Florence Pugh and an intimate and dialogue-packed first half, a bit funny in a new way for the MCU; Yes, I liked it very much. “
#BlackWidow: Actually, some deadly fight and chase footage, the overwhelming performance of Florence Pugh (does she turn into another genre? No), and an intimate and chatty and quite funny first half of a new one. way for the MCU; yes, I enjoyed that. pic.twitter.com/i48fFmjNud
– Kate Erbland (@katerbland) June 17, 2021
“The Marvel movies are back! Black Widow is a tense, action-packed spy thriller that truly complements Natasha’s story in a visceral and emotional way. Florence Pugh RAILS and becomes a snapshot. It’s like an MCU Bond movie with undertones of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE & THELMA & LOUISE.
Marvel movies are back! #BlackWidow is a tense, action-packed spy thriller that truly complements Natasha’s story in a visceral and emotional way. Florence Pugh crushes him and is an instant MCU icon. It’s like the MCU’s Bond movie with undertones of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE & THELMA & LOUISE. pic.twitter.com/bauc2XVQlF
– Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) June 17, 2021
“Black Widow looks like a Marvel Phase 1 movie because it’s the most independent story in a while. Without that Marvel movie nonsense like you’ve never seen. Florence Pugh strike! “
BLACK WIDOW looks like a Phase 1 Marvel movie in Longest Standalone history in some time. All of this “An MCU entry like you’ve never seen it before!” trendy, yeah that’s not it. Florence Pugh reigns. (Also bonus points for a great MOONRAKER referral.)
—Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) June 17, 2021
“I really liked Black Widow! One of the funniest MCU movies, with a ton of self-referential jokes for longtime fans, enough self-awareness to make the nonsense work. Florence Pugh and David Harbor steal the show. He certainly has some issues. But dug! Absolutely to see in the rooms !! ”
I really liked Black Widow !! One of the funniest MCU movies, with a ton of self-referential jokes for longtime fans, enough self-awareness to make the nonsense work. Florence Pugh and David Harbor steal the show. Certainly has some issues. But dug! Must see at the cinema! pic.twitter.com/i8s96I14It
– julia alexander (@loudmouthjulia) June 17, 2021
“Mix the Jason Bourne movies, The Americans and the Marvel style and you’ve got Black Widow (or what I’ll call now, ‘The Moment Florence Pugh Conquered the World”)… Stick to the post- generics “
Mix Jason Bourne movies, FX Americans, and MCU lore and you’ve got #BlackWidow (or what will call for now, “The Moment Florence Pugh Took Over the World”)… Definitely stick around for the post-credits pic scene. twitter .com / btDWxb0bjX
– Jason Guerrasio (@JasonGuerrasio) June 17, 2021
“It’s one of Marvel’s best solo movies.
From start to finish, the movie is awesome. Excellent surprises, emotional moments, violent action and Scarlett Johansson finally puts it all on paper.
Director Cate Shortland got it right. Angry.”
#BlackWidow is one of Marvel’s best solo movies.
From start to finish, the movie is awesome. Great surprises, emotional moments for the characters, jaw-dropping action, and Scarlett Johansson finally gets to put it all into the role.
Director Cate Shortland got it right. Angry. pic.twitter.com/sgEkUW63cT
– BD (@BrandonDavisBD) June 17, 2021
Recalling that ‘Black Widow’ opens on July 8 in theaters simultaneously with the release on Disney + via Premier Access, priced at R $ 69.60.
In the spy thriller, Natasha Romanoff confronts the darker aspects of her rationality when a dangerous plot linked to her past emerges. Pursued by a force that will not stop until it destroys it, Natasha must come to terms with her spy story and the broken relationships left after becoming an Avenger.
In addition to Scarlett Johansson in the lead role, the cast includes David Harbor, Rachel Weisz, Florence Pugh and OT Fagbenle.
The production is directed by Cate Shortland, from a screenplay by Jac Schaeffer.
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