Thunderbolts will bring a Black Widow sequel, according to Marvel Studios‘ Director of Visual Development Andy Park, who is promoting the new book The Art of Black Widow.
Although Scarlett Johansson’s original Black Widow is no longer a part of the franchise, the new MCU group will include various individuals from Phase 4’s Black Widow is probably not all that shocking.
Natasha Romanoff appears to be one of the irreversible absences from the Marvel universe, even though many characters have eluded death in the series. However, she continues to live on through her sister Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), who is carrying on her legacy.
‘Thunderbolts’ has been confirmed to be a ‘Black Widow’ sequel, with Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova leading the team pic.twitter.com/I2x5dRP2p5— Florence Pugh Daily (@bestofpugh) January 27, 2023
Along with Taskmaster (Olga Kurylenko) and Red Guardian (David Harbour), Yelena will be joined in Thunderbolts by Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), who will reprise her most considerable MCU role to date. To accomplish this, the Thunderbolts will explain Andy Park’s remarks and reintroduce the Black Widow’s cast.
Thunderbolts will assemble an entirely new MCU team for the Black Widow sequel
In Thunderbolts, Marvel’s response to The Suicide Squad, the Black above Widow characters will be joined by Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen), Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), and U.S. Agent (Wyatt Russell).
The group will come together and likely be accountable to either Louis-Dreyfus’ Val or Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, who Harrison Ford will play in the MCU after William Hurt’s passing.
Ayo Edebiri just added to the cast in an unnamed role, and there will probably be more casting announcements in the weeks leading up to production.
Very little is known about the motivation behind the formation of the squad in the film or how it will integrate into the main MCU narrative. Even so, the movie has a lot to look forward to, and David Harbour has already expressed how happy he is to join the franchise again.