In Marvel Entertainment’s tweet sharing this new “Black Widow” clip, the caption reads, “Simply two sisters bonding throughout a high-speed chase.” Because the footage demonstrates, bonding could also be simpler stated than performed for Natasha and Yelena. They’re fairly completely different from each other — regardless of being shut, coaching as Black Widows within the Pink Room, and sharing the identical mom and father figures: Melina Vostokoff, one other Black Widow (Rachel Weisz), and Alexei Shostakov, aka Pink Guardian (David Harbour).
Throughout an interview with Complete Movie Journal (by way of GamesRadar+), Scarlett Johansson stated of Yelena, “She stands utterly on her personal. She’s sturdy and completely different. She’s so completely different to Natasha. … You additionally see the generational distinction, too, in how they react to issues, and what they’re cautious about, or what they’re careless about. It is so contemporary, what [Yelena] does. It’s extremely consultant, additionally, of who she is as an individual.”
Johansson added that Yelena is “unapologetic, and assured in herself, and curious, and courageous, and emotionally courageous,” greater than the actress feels Natasha Romanoff “ever was” as much as that time.
Although “Black Widow” is ready earlier than the occasions of “Avengers: Endgame,” throughout which Natasha sacrificed herself amid the heroes’ time heist, the movie will discover Natasha passing the superhero baton on to Yelena. As Cate Shortland, the movie’s director, informed Empire On-line in July 2020, “We knew [Florence Pugh] could be nice, however we did not know how nice. Scarlett is so gracious, like, ‘Oh, I am handing her the baton.’ So it will propel one other feminine storyline.”
Earlier than that new feminine storyline occurs, followers can sit up for seeing “Black Widow” in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Entry on July 9.