Though Johansson lost out on winning a Golden Globe to Renée Zellweger for Judy, getting two nods from the Academy is a high honor in itself.
There's a new batch of Widows out there and more chaos, as Romanova vows to stop running from her past and protect those close to her. Sure, Harbour doesn't have an Oscar nomination yet, but give it a minute. "Before the moment. the exact moment #nominated #foraf***kingoscar!", Pugh wrote on Instagram in before-and-after pics, according to E! Belova becomes the second Black Widow in the comics series, and is referred to as Romanoff's sister in the trailer. It'd be incredible. But we'll have to see if she even survives her first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to even begin planning what it'd be like if Yelena Belova had to spend any amount of time talking with Peter Parker. "Black Widow" will be released in Hungarian cinemas on April 30, 2020. Watch the new trailer above.
Opening with Romanoff running from worldwide authorities after her betrayal off the Sokovia Accords, the film brings together characters from her past.
"Who the hell is that guy?" the trailer ends with Black Widow coming face-to-face with the Taskmaster. Red Guardian (David Harbour) and Melina Vostokoff a.k.a Iron Maiden (Rachel Weisz)-teased in the first trailer. It's directed by Cate Shortland (Berlin Syndrome, Lore) from a screenplay by Ned Benson (The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby) alongside newcomer Jac Schaeffer.
Now, going based entirely on Davis' speculative tweet alone, there could be a connection between Natasha's change in look, as well as her dedication to doing "whatever it takes" to defeat Thanos. I was trying to do something good. "She's not a classic hero because she has a dark past". Actresses starring in the next Marvel Studios feature - namely Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh - earned a total of three Oscar nods between them for their work in awesome movies including Jojo Rabbit, Marriage Story, and Little Women.