'Black Widow' Set Photos Reveal Natasha Romanoff's New Suit



The images, which come via The GWW's Thomas Polito on Twitter, show star Scarlett Johannson on the set of her first solo outing in an all-new costume.

The footage also revealed Johansson's Natasha Romanoff running through a forest and on a motorbike in Budapest, plus David Harbour's villain, Red Guardian - who is basically the Russian Captain America - in his full costume, which looks as it does in the comics.

At San Diego Comic-Con last month, fans were treated to the first look at 2020's Black Widow.

For comparison, Robert Downey Jr., Johansson's Avengers costar, earned about $55 million for his turn as Iron Man in Endgame.

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The Black Widow footage is all of about four seconds long, so maybe during tomorrow's big Marvel Studios panel, Disney will release a Black Widow trailer.

Full plot details on Black Widow are now under wraps, though it has been revealed that the film is set after the events of Captain America: Civil War and will see Scarlett Johansson's Nathasha Romanoff take on the villainous Taskmaster. "It's really interesting because when we were looking for a director, you start to see some of the systemic problems", she said.

Harbour, along with Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow aka Natasha Romanov) and Florence Pugh (Yelena Belova) piped in via teleconference for the event, checking in on a chunk of new film footage that showed Harbour, in one scene, greeting his fellow comrades. Production is now underway.

Earlier, Johansson said the search for Black Widow director Cate Shortland was not easy. Stay tuned for the latest news on the Scarlett Johansson movie!

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