There’s no guarantee that “Black Widow” will hit theaters this year.
There’s also no guarantee that the majority of us won’t be watching it at home on TV – just like we did “Wonder Woman 1984” over Christmas.
According to Kevin Feige, who has held off releasing the Scarlett Johansson-starrer in an effort to get it some sort of theatrical release once the pandemic cools, the coronavirus is calling the shots still. So yes, there is a chance it could end up being a Disney+ premiere.
“Don’t ask me week by week what is going to happen in this world, I have no idea and don’t want to guess”, the big shot tells Deadline. “Everything we’ve done at Marvel Studios has been based in “Ok, if everything goes perfectly, here’s what we’d like to do.” And until this past year, things have gone remarkably well. And it’s my hope that the world gets back on track and we all get back into theaters, and that people will see and experience week by week for the low monthly fee of Disney+ of what we’re bringing there, and then be excited to get together with people again in real life and sit with strangers and share an experience on the big screen.”
So, that’s a… who the f*ck knows?