Marvel Studios has announced that their much-awaited "Black Widow" stand-alone movie, starring Scarlett Johanasson, will hit the theatres on May 1 next year.
The film, which is currently under production, will be Marvel's first movie to release after the culmination of 'Infinity Saga', with "Spider-Man: Far From Home".
"I'm looking forward to exploring her as a fully realised woman in all of her many facets," Johanasson said on stage during Marvel's presentation at San Diego Comic-Con.
According to comicbook.com, the studio also shared the first footage of the movie with the Comic-Con audience.
The clip was of a fight sequence between Johansson and her on-screen sister Florence Pugh.
"Black Widow", directed by Cate Shortland, also features Rachel Weisz, David Harbor and O T Fagbenle.
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