‘Black Widow’ Settles on July 9 Theatrical and Disney+ Premier Access Release Date

Natasha Romanoff will officially make her solo film debut on July 9, opening simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+.

Black Widow’s movement around the calendar and the long rumored Premier Access are no surprise, but the announcement of both a theatrical and streaming opening day would seem to cement the film’s debut date for good this time.

Just as Disney+ did with Mulan and Raya and the Last Dragon, subscribers can purchase a one month rental of the film for an estimated $30 fee.

Black Widow’s movement to mid-summer does push Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings to September 3, with the Eternals (November 5) and Spider-Man: No Way Home (December 17) remaining in their previously readjusted release date slots.

Check out the new poster below and get ready to finally enjoy Black Widow in theaters or at home on July 9.

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  1. I really like black widow so much it’s one of the most action-packed Marvel movies for a very long time now the only thing I wasn’t too happy with was the ending. I thought she and the task mater was really going to dig it but in the end, she just talked to her I hated that part.

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