Phase 4 of the MCU has seen both the beginning of Black Widow’s story and its finish. The hotly anticipated release of Black Widow at long last recounted the account of Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff, set up the MCU’s next conceivable Black Widow in Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), and opened up the chance of an entire multitude of previous Widows in the establishment’s future. And keeping in mind that the primary Black Widow in the MCU passed on Vormir in Endgame, it currently looks like there may in any case be a future.
Black Widow’s completion leaves open the chance for the Black Widow story to be proceeded on the grounds that the MCU currently has a few characters who at one time used that codename. Indeed, the possibility of Rachel Weisz’ Milena and David Harbor’s Alexei driving their own transformed case of Widows for the sake of equity is a convincing one, particularly with Taskmaster tossed in. What’s more, obviously, Yelena’s future in the MCU has effectively been set up with a part in Hawkeye and probably additionally whatever project Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ puzzling Contessa is setting up with her newcomers.
On the off chance that Cate Shortland gets everything she might want with an immediate spin-off after various characters, then Scarlett Johansson won’t return for Black Widow 2 – except if flashbacks were included – however Florence Pugh apparently would. Beam Winstone’s Dreykov has been vanquished, so he presumably will not either – notwithstanding some contort to uncover he wasn’t actually killed – yet Taskmaster can return presently she’s liberated from her father. There’s likewise the subject of what befalls Rachel Weisz’ Milena and David Harbor’s Red Guardian, which could see them return, and a second appearance for O-T Fagbenle’s Mason would be gladly received.
There is no data on when a potential Black Widow spin-off could come out, yet on the off chance that Yelena Belova gets her own film it’s probably going to come in Phase 5 at the soonest. We will refresh this page as data opens up.