The newest Marvel movie is Black Widow, and it’s now available to watch in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access. The movie stars Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, who’s also the Avenger known as Black Widow. The movie itself plays out like an espionage thriller, sort of like a James Bond movie.
If you want to watch Black Widow, you have two options. You can see it in the theater, or you can watch it at home via Premier Access on Disney+.
Where to Watch Black Widow (2021)
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To watch Black Widow on Disney+, you’ll first need a subscription to the streaming service. You can sign up for a one-month membership for $7.99, or you can get a bundle that includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $13.99 per month.
Once you subscribe to Disney Plus, you also need to sign up for Premier Access to view Black Widow. Premier Access costs $29.99, and you can order it here. You’ll have access to the movie for as long as you have Disney+.
Black Widow will support UHD, HDR, and Dolby Audio on Disney+.
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When Will Black Widow Be Available on Disney+ For No Additional Cost?
If you don’t want to shell out $29.99 for Premier Access, you can just wait. All Disney+ members will be able to stream Black Widow at no additional cost starting October 6, 2021.
How Long is Black Widow?
The running time for Black Widow is 134 minutes, or 2 hours 14 minutes.
Does Black Widow Have a Post-Credit Scene?
Yes, like most Marvel movies, Black Widow does indeed have a post-credits scene. We dive into that and the ending in our Black Widow post-credits scene and ending explainer. There are spoilers, so proceed with caution.
Black Widow Cast
Like most other Marvel movies, Black Widow has a stacked cast. Scarlet Johansson plays Natasha Romanoff (aka Black Widow). The delightful Florence Pugh is Yelena Belova. Rachel Weisz plays Melina, while David Harbour takes the role of Alexei. Lots of other recognizable faces make up the cast, but we’ll leave you with Olga Kurylenko as Taskmaster.
Where Black Widow Falls in the MCU Timeline
If you saw Avengers Endgame, then you likely know this movie doesn’t take place after it, for obvious reasons. You’d be correct. Black Widow takes place earlier in the MCU timeline. It’s set after the events of Captain America: Civil War, but before Avengers: Infinity War.
What Is Black Widow?
Black Widow is the latest addition to the MCU, though it takes place between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. Once again, Scarlett Johansson takes on the role of Natasha Romanoff, also known as Black Widow, a former Russian assassin with a mysterious past.
This movie delves into Black Widow’s origin story and lets her confront her past by heading back to where she was forced to become an assassin.
What Is Black Widow Rated?
Black Widow is rated PG-13 by the MPAA.
Is Black Widow Good?
The critical consensus on Black Widow is mostly positive. At the time of this writing, the movie sits at a Metacritic score of 67, which the site considers “generally favorable reviews.” It fares better at Rotten Tomatoes, with a score of 82%, giving it a “certified fresh” badge. In IGN’s Black Widow review, our critic gave it a score of 7/10, writing, “it struggles to strike a balance between action and family drama, and reinforces some of Marvel’s tired tropes of women superheroes.”
When Did Black Widow Come Out?
Black Widow came out on July 9 in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access.
What Time Did Black Widow Come Out on Disney Plus?
If you plan to watch Black Widow on Disney+, you can watch it now as it came out on July 9 at 12:01am PT / 3:01am ET.