It’s Landed, Black Widow Hits Disney+ TOMORROW!!
Have you had a chance to see Marvel Studios’ Black Widow yet? The inaugural movie in the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was released for streaming with premiere access (for $30) earlier this year. But tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5th, 2021, Black Widow will be available for streaming for all users on Disney+!
After multiple delays due to the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, Black Widow was simultaneously released in theaters and for streaming on Disney+ (with premiere access) in July 2021. It swiftly went on to break COVID-era box office records, earning more than $150 million on its opening weekend.
Black Widow is also responsible for securing the biggest Friday opening of the pandemic (biggest Friday opening of the pandemic so far, anyway), with Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage’s recent release earning second place.
And while Black Widow has already been available to stream with premiere access (or, more recently, through alternative avenues of digital delivery), beginning tomorrow, anyone with access to Disney+ will be able to stream the feature without an additional charge.
In the time since the movie was released for streaming with premiere access, an official “watch party” was held, encouraging viewers to start the movie at the same time and then share their thoughts on the proceedings via social media… Did you attend, Marvel Blog True Believers? Because I did!
Will another online watch party take place now that everyone can view Black Widow? Let’s hope so! These virtual watch parties are always full of fun behind-the-scenes facts about Marvel Studios’ films.
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Will you be watching Black Widow on Disney+ tomorrow, Marvel Blog True Believers? Are you planning on a double feature with the first season finale of What If…? How about enjoying the movie with a watch party that lets you enjoy viewing Black Widow with other Disney+ users, giving you the chance to use emoji to express how you feel about a given scene?
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