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Marvel announces ‘Black Widow,’ ‘The Eternals,’ fourth ‘Thor’ solo film at Comic-Con


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SAN DIEGO – Saturday’s Marvel Studios panel is always the most anticipated presentation at San Diego Comic-Con, the one thousands of fans camp out overnight to watch live, and this year’s was one of its biggest yet.

On the heels of the mega-success of “Avengers: Endgame,” head honcho Kevin Feige revealed the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – 23 films and counting, including the latest movie, “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”

Here’s minute-by-minute breakdown of all the Marvel news (times are PT).

6:42: “Fantastic Four,” “Black Panther 2,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3: and “Captain Marvel 2” are all on the way, as well as mutants (which means the X-Men). One more big reveal: Mahershala Ali will star in a new “Blade” movie.

6:38: The “Black Widow” trailer shows a brutal fight with Natasha and Yelena choking each other out with a shower curtain in Budapest, and ends with a throwdown between Black Widow and debuting baddie Taskmaster.

6:27: “Black Widow” comes out May 1, 2020. David Harbour is Alexei, and cast also includes Florence Pugh and Rachel Weisz. And, of course, Scarlett Johansson is here, too. Cate Shortland is directing. “I don’t think I could have portrayed this iteration of Natasha 10 years ago,” Johansson says of her “fully realized woman.” Harbour is very excited. Florence’s character Yelena Belova is a “sister” character to Natasha. It’s Weisz’s first Comic-Con. Marvel “has really put at the forefront strong and powerful female characters,” she says.

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