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MCU’s Black Widow Is Coming To Cinemas On May 1, 2020!

Wait... she has a sister?!
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The long wait will soon be over! Marvel Entertainment and Marvel Studios have released Black Widow’s first official teaser trailer and poster. After the death of one of our most beloved characters in Avengers: Endgame, it seems like it's time to go back to where it all started.

It won’t be long until we find out exactly what happened to Agent Natasha Romanoff in Budapest. And wait… she has a sister?!

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Black Widow is coming to cinemas on May 1, 2020. In the mean time, check out the trailer here:

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