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Marvel Boss Wants Black Widow’s David Harbour and Rachel Weisz Back For More

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David Harbour Updates: Marvel’s first Phase 4 film, set in locations for seven days at this point, goes back a few years to address the issue of what Natasha Romanoff did between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War.

Black Widow goes even further back into Nat’s youth with Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) and her surrogate guardian Alexei Shostakov, aka the Red Guardian (David Harbor). Alexei, who could be compared to Captain America, and Melina, a researcher primarily concerned with the control of synthetic substances, are more than important on this mission.

Presently, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, while attending the D23 Inside Disney digital broadcast (via The Direct), was delving into the prospects for Harbor and Weisz at the MCU.

The goal is always that when characters emerge and extraordinary and incredible artists enter the universe when we make extraordinary memories with them that audiences have made that you usually have to see them once again. I think we almost certainly need that.

David Harbour and Rachel Weisz Back

David Harbour
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The new Black Widow characters had many chances to leave the stadium on Natasha’s first and only acting appearance, as useless relationship complexity was one of the hallmarks of the film. With Natasha tragically well and thought to be the fate that was experienced in Avengers: Endgame, the gate remains wide open for her surrogate family’s future appearances.

The film’s post-credit scene positions Yelena to take responsibility for Black Widow and establishes her role on the Disney + series Hawkeye.

A Red Guardian side project film has sparked some interest from Black Widow boss Cate Shortland, but since the MCU’s schedule was previously jam-packed with movies and shows, it could be several years before this can happen.

It should also be noted that Stranger Things, maintains a joint job. However, if Feige says Harbor and Weisz will show up later, chances are the Marvel overseer will be trusted.