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Black Widow Super Bowl Trailer Teases Scarlett Johansson’s Pre-Avengers Family

Black Widow Super Bowl Trailer Teases Scarlett Johansson’s Pre-Avengers Family”

Marvel buffs were in for some major treat over the weekend after the Scarlett Johansson-starrer dropped another trailer that elevated the excitement for all fans anticipating the release of the prequel.

Speaking about the family aspect of Black Widow, Johansson had earlier said in interview with Vanity Fair, "It's a film about self-forgiveness, and it's a film about family".

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The presence of marvel Cinematic Universe was felt as 'Black Widow' makers surprised the audiences with a new trailer during the Sunday's Super Bowl.

"The Avengers weren't my first family", Nat says as new footage from her solo flick, which will coincidently be the first Marvel Phase 4 movie. Featuring many scenes we've already overanalyzed in the surprise teaser released past year, today's special TV Spot, although about a family reunion, doesn't hold back on the action The teaser starts with a voice-over of Natasha stating, "You don't know everything about me". "At some point we all have to choose, between what the world wants you to be, and who you are", Romanoff declares while she joins her Black Widow family to fight the taskmaster and other enemies. The Marvel movie releases on May 1 in the U.S. and April 30 in India.



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