Marvel is moving ahead with the highly anticipated solo Black Widow movie starring Scarlett Johansson and already has a writer on board for the project.
Johansson made her debut as the super-assassin turned superhero way back in the early days of the MCU in 2010's Iron Man 2. But no harm in feeling happy for Black Widow fandom. Marvel's president Kevin Feige reportedly me with several candidates before settling on critically acclaimed Jac Schaeffer, who wrote "The Shower", which starred Anne Hathaway, as well as "Olaf's Frozen Adventure". Although Marvel hasn't unveiled an official Phase Four slate yet, so far "Spider-Man: Homecoming 2" and "Guardians of the Galaxy 3" are the only movies that have been officially announced for post-"Avengers 4".
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For more on Black Widow and her importance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, check out these 5 reasons why Black Widow needs her own movie. It's taken the actor to appear in six subsequent releases for the studio to finally move forward with the project.
Scarlett next depicts Black Widow in Avengers: Infinity War, which reaches theaters in May (18). Diversity is something which they are willing to change with Black Panther coming next month set to be the first Marvel film with a mostly black cast and Captain Marvel also in development with Brie Larson as the titular character. From there, her character became a part of the Avengers crew, showing up in four other films from the franchise, as well as in an uncredited role in 2017's Thor: Ragnarok. More likely, they have seen the stellar box office numbers and critical acclaim that were heaped on Wonder Woman, the first female superhero to headline her own movie, and steered to success by a female director.