Black Widow New Promo: ‘The Avengers Weren’t My First Family,’ Reveals Scarlett Johansson AKA Natasha Romanoff

The latest promo of Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow gives a sneak-peek into her dark history and some shocking revelations, check it out

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Black Widow New Promo: ‘The Avengers Weren’t My First Family,’ Reveals Scarlett Johansson AKA Natasha Romanoff
With each passing day, fans’ wait for MCU’s upcoming female superhero film – Black Widow – is only increasing. Well, the makers, too, are leaving no stone unturned in adding to the film’s already-tremendous buzz. During the Sunday’s Super Bowl 2020 match, a new promo of Scarlett Johansson starrer Black Widow was unveiled and it focuses on her dark past. It sees Scarlett AKA Natasha Romanoff facing new trials and tribulations and meeting other women, who were trained to become Black Widows.

The 30-second-promo also sees Natasha making some revelations in regards to her connection with the fighting force called the Avengers. "You don't know everything about me," says Natasha in the new teaser. She adds, "The Avengers weren't my first family. At some point, we all have to choose, between what the world wants you to be, and who you are.” We also get a glimpse of Strangers Things fame, David Harbour, who plays an essential part in the superhero outing.

Check out the promo below:



Before this, another promo of Black Widow had hit the web and it saw a glimpse of Natasha battling the super-villain taskmaster, though fans anticipated to see Robert Downey Jr AKA Tony Stark, who is having a cameo in the film.

Take a look:



Black Widow also stars Florence Pugh and Rachel Weisz in important roles. The MCU outing is scheduled to hit the big screens in India on April 30, 2020. It will release in several languages like Hindi, English, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada.

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