There's a beat in Avengers: Endgame that doesn't quite land the way it's supposed to. Broadly speaking, that might not seem notable in a movie chock-full of capital-M Moments — of course some of them won't work. You might also see names like Emma Watson and Andre Holland floating around Black Widow rumor mills, but neither actor has been confirmed (probably because the movie itself hasn't been, but let's move on). Also, the panel discusses what possible adding David Harbour and Rachel Weisz to the Black Widow solo movies means for the film.
3 on hold, for how long is currently unknown, it seems like Marvel's next big project will be the Black Widow solo movie. The only issue there is that Scarlett Johansson much older than her character would be for a flashback movie like that. Scarlett Johansson took a Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. glamorous turn on the red carpet at Monday's world premiere of "Avengers: Endgame" in Los Angeles.
Plot details are being kept under wraps, but according to THR, the film will be an "internationally-set story centering on Natasha Romanoff, a spy and assassin who grew up being trained by the KGB before breaking from their grasp and becoming an agent of SHIELD and Avenger." So, basically, it's what we've all been waiting for.
Black Widow appeared as a regular character throughout the 2010-2013 Secret Avengers series, from issue #1 (July 2010) through its final issue #37 (March 2013). Johansson has opened up in interviews about undergoing extensive training for all of the Avengers movies.
She has indicated she'd like to see the character experience some maturity and emotional growth, much as she has throughout the many years she has been portraying the Black Widow. 3, Black Panther 2, The Eternals, Shang Chi, and more all in the mix, the Black Widow movie will most likely premiere after 2020.