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Jan132019

Is Marvel ready to make an R-rated ‘Black Widow’ film?

While Captain Marvel marks the first female-led movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, another longstanding member of the MCU might be making waves in her own way. Writer Charles Murphy from the comedy and music podcast The Hashtag Show tweeted that he once heard Marvel Studios thinking about making the Black Widow movie an R-rated film. But this could also stand for other Marvel films, too. He adds “I’m not saying it will be for sure (no way to know what they will settle on at this point), but they have recently said that R-rated MCU films ARE a possibility, so it is a possibility.”

The buzz around possibly having R-rated MCU films came when Disney announced its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, and with the latter having already made more mature films for Marvel characters like Deadpool and Logan, it seems like something that could happen. We don’t know much about the Black Widow movie but it does currently have a female director in Cate Shortland, Scarlett Johansson will be reprising her role, and filming is expected to start this coming March. Release date is said to be 2020. It’s being rumoured that the film will be a prequel and will follow Natasha Romanoff (or Natalia Romanova) as she works as a spy for the KGB.

Source: Inquirer.net

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