brought the Marvel Cinematic Universe back to the big screen in July, but it was only on Disney Plus for a month at an extra $30 fee. Great news: The superspy flick is back on Disney Plus now, and there’s no extra cost.
The action-packed solo outing for Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow has beensince Aug. 10 and on DVD and Blu-ray since Sept. 14. The film originally landed in movie theaters and on .
Natasha Romanoff’s (aka Black Widow’s) solo story was the first MCU installment toin July 2019. The pandemic , slated for May 2020. The streaming release was a sore point for .
When was Black Widow first released?
- Disney Plus: It became available July 9, but only for a month.
- Theaters: It was released in some areas as early as July 8.
How much does it cost?
If you subscribe to Disney Plus
Black Widow will be available for all Disney Plus subscribers, and will remain available for the foreseeable future at no extra cost.
Black Widow was the fourth Disney Plus film available through for a month if you paid Disney’sThe others were , , and . As theaters re-open, Disney has moved away from the same-day streaming release, premiering only in theaters.
A Disney Plus subscription currently sits at $8 a month, or $80 a year. In March, the subscription service raised its price an additional dollar a month, from $7 to $8. Its annual subscription was raised from $70 to $80.
Through digital and Blu-ray release
The film is available to rent or buy digitally, about a month after its initial release in theaters and on Disney Plus with Premier Access. DVD and Blu-ray came out Sept. 14. They include HD and 4K UHD options and a Blu-ray/DVD/digital combo pack.
The home release of the film includes bloopers, featurettes and nine deleted scenes. You can read more about those extras.
The film made its debut in theaters July 9, and in some places as early as July 8.
Plot and cast
Black Widowas Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff, and Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, a sister-figure to Natasha. Rachel Weisz’s character Melina and David Harbour’s character The Red Guardian/Alexei are parental figures to Natasha and Yelena.
The film is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which also includes titles such as and . In need of more Marvel? Loki, that’s also part of the MCU’s summer slate, landed on the streaming platform in June, and is coming in December.
Black Widow trailer
Here’s a promo from Marvel teasing the film.
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