Disney Plus has announced that Marvel Studios “Black Widow” will be available to all Disney Plus customers from Wednesday.
In addition to Scarlett Johansson, who played Black Widow, the action feature also features Florence Pug, David Harbor and Rachel Weisz. Directed by Kate Shortland, produced by Kevin Phase and scripted by Eric Pearson. The film unravels the mystery of Natasha Romanoff’s past and her path to becoming a spy and murderer today.
“Black Widow” opened on July 9 after several suspensions and was the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to open in theaters in two years. It was also available through Premier Access, allowing customers to rent the film for 30. Although the film grossed $ 80 million in theaters in its opening weekend, the figure is lower than the pre-epidemic Marvel standard. Also, Disney has revealed that “Black Widow” has grossed over $ 125 million in streaming.
The announcement of its availability for streaming to all customers follows the news that Scarlett Johansson and Disney have reached an agreement on the Johnson blockbuster lawsuit, accusing the studio of sabotaging the movie’s theatrical release through its availability for purchase on Disney Plus. The settlement was not disclosed.
The controversy over “Black Widow” has sparked a new start for Disney’s blockbuster release and streaming plans. “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” premiered in theaters in Sep-September just days before it aired, just like Disney’s “Free Guy”, which was released in theaters five days before the offer. Both films only demonstrated the theatrical release potential and potential success as “Shang-Chi” was released in the first epidemic-era that grossed over 200 200 million domestically and “Free Guy” peaked at number 1 at the domestic box office. The first two weeks of the initial release.