The Black Widow trailer
Attention Spoiler Alert: Since the death of the famous Black Widow in Avengers: Endgame, the destiny of Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) seemed to be sealed. Nonetheless, here’s the famous spy in a brand new trailer.
Even though she seems perfectly alive and in great shape, this new movie is not be integrated into the chronology of events. Indeed, the action in Black Widow takes place after the Civil War confrontations.
Memorable action scenes, special effects that’ll take your breath away, Black Widow also uses some gorgeous landscapes.
From Budapest to Morocco
In the trailer we notice a superb scene with the Statue of Liberty in Budapest. Though the name might be suggestive for New York fans, the difference between the two monuments is significant. This effigy was erected in 1947 in memory of the liberation of the Hungarian capital by Soviet troops two years prior. Its placement at the top of the Gellért-hegy nature reserve is not innocuous. From this position, the bronze sculpture is visible from almost anywhere in the city.
A few seconds later we see Black Widow getting off a train in the Budapest-Keleti station. Put into service in 1884, it is the biggest railway station in the city.
Though the Hungarian capital is the center of attention, production didn’t settle for just this location. Film crews also shot in Norway, Morocco and apparently may have been to Macon in the USA. The train station here, not visible in the trailer, was transformed into a studio for a week according to channel 13WMAZ. Several “Albany” stickers make you think that this action is supposed to be taking place in New York State and not in Georgia. The magic of cinema.
Just a few more months to patiently wait before discovering the latest creation from Marvel studios on April 29th, 2020 in cinemas.