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

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While there's a fair amount of overlap between this trailer and the official teaser that released back in December, there are smatterings of new footage to be found throughout - most notably a proper introduction to the film's villain, Taskmaster. First we got Sony's Morbius giving us our first look at Jared Leto as the "living vampire" (not to mention some exciting links to the Marvel Cinematic Universe), then we got Vin Diesel getting some upgrades to make him more fast and furious in Bloodshot. "We are both still trained killers".

The clip begins with a post-Civil War Romanoff reuniting with her fellow trained assassin Yelena Belova (Pugh, 24), where she admits she's "on the run" after Belova asks her what she's doing home. And the other day, Johansson was nominated for not one but two Academy Awards: for Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance in Jojo Rabbit and for Actress in a Leading for her turn in Marriage Story.

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The movie also finds Florence Pugh as Romanoff's "sister" in assassination Yelena Belova and Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff, also a Black Widow. The first trailer of the Marvel origin film, 'Black Widow, ' dropped a month ago, and it could practically function as a tourism branding campaign spot, as one can spot Keleti Railway Station, the Bálna building, the Chain Bridge, and the Parliament, while the protagonist Black Widow, played by Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson fights the bad guys. Titled as special look, the Scarlett Johansson starrer reinforces the thought that Black Widow will be high on action. For example, the likes of Britney Spears, Beyonce, and Justin Timberlake - who have more or less been in the public eye for my entire life - are just 38-years-old!

With Marvel's Phase 4 plans all about diversity, I am guessing Feige and co. gender-bended Taskmaster in Black Widow and made the character a female.

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