While Avengers: Endgame might have had a definite smack of finality to it, it certainly did not mean the end of the MCU, with movies planned about as far into the future as it is likely that we will be able to continue to exist on this planet. One of those movies is Black Widow, which is expected to hit cinemas May 1 next year and today got its very first trailer.
Black Widow, unsurprisingly, focuses on the character Black Widow AKA Natasha Romanoff, a character that was first introduced in Iron Man 2 and went on to become one of the central characters of the Avengers movies.
The movie will take place after the events of Captain America: Civil War and sees Romanoff return to Russia to confront her past, which apparently involves meeting up with David Harbour playing a kind of Soviet Captain America and two other graduates of the Red Room, played by Rachel Weisz and Florence Pugh.
The film will reportedly feature appearances from Robert Downey Jr and William Hurt reprising their roles as Tony Stark and General Ross, respectively.
You can watch the trailer below:
You can have a look at the near future of MCU films set to be released right here.