Marvel Cinematic Universe fans don their favorite Avengers costumes and walk the red carpet as the Black Widow saga unfolds in London’s Leicester Square.
The superhero film that tells the story of Natasha Romanoff’s character, Scarlett Johansson aka Black Widow, a Russian-born avenger who turns into an avenger, has finally arrived in the post-pandemic world after its release in theaters in recent years due to the end of the year. cinema with COVID wave background.
This will be Romanoff’s first solo film in the MCU, although he has been a recurring character in films since Iron Man came out in 2010.
“From start to finish, this whole experience was insane, and the extra two years made it feel like it wasn’t real yet,” said actress Florence Pew, who plays Romanoff’s sister Jelena on the show.
“I don’t believe that the first wave of movies will be our picture, with people going back to cinemas and seeing it,” Pew added. “I am extremely grateful in front of it.”
“So it’s very nice when folks like Elena and Natasha dress. I’m very happy that they have been seen by people. It was a long time now.”
“It’s not like watching a movie at the cinema,” said Marvel fan Milli, dressed as Romanoff.
“It’s great that we… see this as it was originally meant to be seen.”
Black Widow will hit theaters and the Disney+ streaming service next week.