The Marvel film will feature 22 minutes of IMAX scenes!
IMAX revealed how much of Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow will be presented in the expanded ratio ahead of its release.
Black Widow will be the first Marvel movie in two years by the time it comes out. In the meantime, we’ve seen the launch of Phase Four happen with television shows on Disney Plus instead. Scarlett Johansson’s solo film will also debut on the streamer with Premier Access, but many Marvel fans might head straight to theaters to see the film since it will be presented in IMAX when it hits next month.
Tickets for Black Widow aren’t on sale yet, but IMAX shared that the Scarlett Johansson-led film will have 22 minutes of footage in the expanded 1:90:1 aspect ratio that gives you 26% more picture. You can check out IMAX’s tweet, which offers a nice visual of the difference below.
Specially formatted for IMAX theatres, @TheBlackWidow will feature up to 26% more picture on select scenes, only in IMAX. Who’s ready? Experience #BlackWidow in IMAX July 9. pic.twitter.com/U9V9FgtacW
— IMAX (@IMAX) June 7, 2021
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Here is the official synopsis for the film:
In Marvel Studios’ action-packed spy thriller “Black Widow,” Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.
Directed by Cate Shortland from a script written by Eric Pearson based on a story by Jac Schaeffer and Ned Benson, the Marvel film stars Scarlett Johansson, David Harbour, Florence Pugh, O-T Fagbenle, Ray Winstone, Olivier Richters, and Rachel Weisz.
Black Widow hits theaters and Disney Plus on July 9th. Stay tuned for the latest news regarding the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more content.
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