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First Social Media Reactions to “Black Widow”

Marvel Studios’ Black Widow will be released on July 09 in both theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access. Select members of the media have been shown an advanced screening of the movie, and some initial reaction on social media is now available.

#BlackWidow is worth the wait, with intense action and great character moments that make you wish “Endgame” didn’t happen so you could have more. pic.twitter.com/biWw5c1ymL

— LaughingPlace.com (@laughing_place) June 17, 2021


I’ve seen #BlackWidow !

A #Marvel star is born with #FlorencePugh’s #YelenaBelova

A LOT of talking but the action scenes are excellent.

Very raw movie, especially first 2/3

There are 2 reveals 👀 take proper precautions to avoid spoilers.

Review embargo lifts 6/29 pic.twitter.com/afS8ifHqWt

— Grace Randolph (@GraceRandolph) June 17, 2021

#BlackWidow might be one of my favorite solo origin movies in the MCU. There’s something about seeing Natasha finally get her story that made me emotional in all the best ways. Also, Florence Pugh was born for the MCU, and her dynamic with Scarlett is a triumph

— Nora Dominick (@noradominick) June 17, 2021

#BlackWidow is excellent. An exhilarating shot of adrenaline. Scarlett Johansson & Florence Pugh nail the banter & ballet-like stunts. David Harbour is absolutely terrific. Big action set pieces are thrilling, propulsive & capably constructed. Multi-layered thematic resonance. pic.twitter.com/ew9r1NXvfL

— Courtney Howard (@Lulamaybelle) June 17, 2021

Marvel movies are back and Phase 4 kicks off with the very entertaining and action-packed #BlackWidow. Giving us a long-overdue look at Natasha’s backstory, with solid performances throughout and thrilling set pieces that demand you see this movie on the biggest screen possible. pic.twitter.com/Pr6qeBlSGQ

— Umberto Gonzalez (@elmayimbe) June 17, 2021

#BlackWidow director Cate Shortland and the writing team made a movie with #WinterSoldier-like action / grit infused with emotion and heart.

There are visceral moments, solid humor, & surprising twists (especially for big MCU fans!) MORE PLEASE! pic.twitter.com/Oqwirnxa3X

— BD (@BrandonDavisBD) June 17, 2021

Yes, #BlackWidow has a post-credits scene

(Maybe 2, I think?)

— BD (@BrandonDavisBD) June 17, 2021

I got to see #BlackWidow last night, and as someone who has been waiting since 2010 to see Natasha Romanoff get her own movie, it was well worth the wait.

The actions rips, the emotion hits and the new characters joining the MCU are standouts. MORE BLACK WIDOW MOVIES PLEASE! pic.twitter.com/R0JUHThSiF

— Hector Navarro (@Hectorisfunny) June 17, 2021

#BlackWidow pays a beautiful and long overdue tribute to Natasha Romanoff. It’s also the spy thriller fans of the character have been asking for all these years. It’s funny, thrilling and very emotional. Florence Pugh is fantastic as Yelena Belova, who is definitely here to stay. pic.twitter.com/i0jimxIJG0

— Lando (@orlandoenelcine) June 17, 2021

Marvel movies are back! #BlackWidow is a tense, action-packed spy thriller that truly completes Natasha’s story in a visceral & emotional way. Florence Pugh CRUSHES it & is an instant MCU icon. This is like the MCU’s Bond movie w/ shades of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE & THELMA & LOUISE. pic.twitter.com/bauc2XVQlF

— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) June 17, 2021

Black Widow is so disappointing. Scarlett Johansson tries, but the script, pacing, & poor character development sink the film. Starts off promising but by the second act becomes a disjointed & uneven mess. Generic, uninspired, & ultimately lacking the Marvel Magic. #BlackWidow pic.twitter.com/rGJu51aJxS

— Scott Menzel (@ScottDMenzel) June 17, 2021

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