‘Black Widow’ is the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4 and is a solo film 11 years after Black Widow first appeared, directed by Kate Shortland and written by Jack Shepher and Ned Benson. Black Widow was played by Scarlett Johansson, and Florence Pew, David Harbour, Rachel Weiss, O. T. Pagbenley, and Ray Winston were recruited.
The Black Widow film began in April 2004 by leaving David Hater to write and direct the film at Lionsgate Films. However, the project did not proceed, and the character's copyright was transferred to Marvel Studios in June 2006. Johanson appeared as Black Widow on several MCU films starting with Iron Man 2 in 2010. Marvel and Johanson have been interested in independent films in the years that followed, and development progressed with the hiring of Shepherd and Shortland in 2018. In 2019, Benson was hired and more cast selections were made, and in May of the same year, filming began at Pinewood Studios in England and Norway.
Tom Holland said this in an interview with Screenrent, an American media, on February 26th (local time). The Marvel movie 'Black Widow' is scheduled to be released on May 7th. Initially, it was intended to be released in May of last year, but the release was postponed due to the spread of COVID 19.