After the release of Mulan through Disney Plus and in some cinemas around the world, now the House of the Mouse would be very serious about releasing Black Widow in 2020.
According to Twitter user Amit Chaudhari, who has a reputation for sharing truthful information about the localization of films and series, the company would have started the process of dubbing and subtitling of the next installment of the MCU in various parts of the world.
Will it be the case in Mexico?
As a curious fact, actress Rosalba Sotelo has been responsible for doubling Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from Iron Man 2 (2010) to Avengers: Endgame (2019). In fact, Sotelo is the familiar voice of characters played by Scarlett Johansson, including her roles in Jojo Rabbit and Story of a Marriage, both films released last year.
While we would like to believe that the (alleged) localization starts for Black Widow confirms November 6 as its release date, the risk of a postponement is still in effect. Just last week it was reported that there were rumors regarding another delay for both the Marvel film and Wonder Woman 1984.
Days after that news, we learned that indeed the film about the Amazon warrior was going through its release from October 2 to December 25 of this year. Will Black Widow end up being postponed to 2021?
On the other hand, perhaps the House of the Mouse already boasts greater consideration for Disney Plus as a distribution channel for Natasha Romanoff’s solo film. After all, the company said it was very satisfied with the results of this strategy in the case of Mulan Come here for the full note.