Black Widow will premiere on Disney+ this July
If cinemas are open in Ireland by then, the Marvel movie could arrive simultaneously on the big screen this summer.
Folllowing multiple delays, it has been announced that the next entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will premiere on Disney+ this summer.
Black Widow, which was originally due to arrive in cinemas in May 2020, will now debut on the streaming service on Friday, 9 July. According to a report by IndieWire, the movie is scheduled to debut simultaneously on Disney+ and in cinemas, so it stands to reason that if cinemas in Ireland are open by then, it will be available to watch on the big screen, too.
Taking place between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, the movie will see Scarlett Johansson back in the title role, where she will be joined by Rachel Weisz, Florence Pugh, David Harbour and Ray Winstone.
Black Widow will join the likes of Mulan and Raya and the Last Dragon, arriving via Premiere Access on Disney+, and those movies were priced at €21.99 on top of the Disney+ subscription price.
Additionally, Disney announced that Cruella will arrive simultaneously in cinemas (where available) and on Disney+ via Premiere Access on Friday, 28 May, while Pixar's Luca will launch directly on Disney+, with no additional charge, from Friday, 18 June.
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