Black Widow 'special look' trailer gives film's villain a proper introduction

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"We have unfinished business", Romanoff tells Belova, who asks, "Who's "we"?" before showing Shostakov and fellow Black Widow Melina Vostokoff (Weisz, 49) taking on some bad guys.

In the comics, Taskmaster is sometimes portrayed as an anti-hero more than an outright villain, so it would be interesting to see how he interacts and collides with Black Widow and her family, all of whom tend to operate in the grey area as well.

Die-hard fans are also given a better look at Marvel's infamous and extremely mysterious supervillain, Taskmaster - who seemingly mirrors Romanoff's skillsets as a "trained killer".

Black Widow serves as the first "Phase Four" installment in the world-renowned Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and is set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016). "I'm on the run". "We're still both trained killers". We remember, as Nat has talked about having "red in her ledger" before.

Budapest has been mentioned in the Avengers films before.

The first trailer for the highly anticipated prequel centering on Johansson's super-assassin initially pitted the "Marriage Story" and "Little Women" stars against each other, but Monday night's "special look" shows them kicking butt together.

Meanwhile, Shortland expressed her excitement at seeing the "real" Natasha. Maybe, after Infinity War, Natasha discovers that Yelena is one of the people snapped away, and when she's on Vormir, it isn't just about her Avengers family, but also about her sister.

"She's not a classic hero because she has a dark past", said the filmmaker.

Scarlett Johansson's Natasha faces a new enemy in this Black Widow promo. MCU alum William Hurt reprises his role as Secretary of State Thaddeus Ross.

It might be recalled that in Avengers: Endgame, Black Widow died while protecting her partner, Clint Barton (Hawkeye), in an effort to collect the Soul Stone in order to defeat Thanos.

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