Black Widow Is Going To Be Released In The UK Earlier Than Anywhere Else

It’s been revealed that Black Widow’s UK release date has been set before it’ll be released in US cinemas, which is good news for UK-based Marvel fans.

Black Widow was originally supposed to be released on May 1st.

However, the Coronavirus pandemic meant that the movie’s release date had to be delayed.

Marvel Studios didn’t announce an official release date.

However, we’ve now got a one for the UK and it turns out that the movie will come out in the UK first.

It’s been revealed by Digital Spy that the upcoming Marvel Studios superhero movie’s new UK release date is October 28th.

This is, of course, assuming cinemas are open by that date.

Black Widow is being released in the UK earlier than anywhere else


Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow in the film’s first trailer – Credit: Marvel Studios

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This means that Black Widow will be released in the UK over a week earlier than in the United States.

The movie will be coming out in the US on November 6th.

However, this shouldn’t really come as a huge surprise since Marvel movies have tended to come out in the UK before most other territories.

Growing up in France, however, I found that Marvel movies came out even earlier over there than in the UK.

What do you make of this news?

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Are you happy to hear about Black Widow’s new UK release date?

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