Disney+: A New MCU Documentary Has Just Arrived On The Streaming Platform

The MCU is currently amidst a small break as fans are eagerly waiting for the release of Eternals, after the conclusion of the first season of What If…?. As we still have a few weeks left before the film releases in the theatres, Marvel Studios, and Disney+ have now released some new behind-the-scenes footage to keep the fans engaged. On Wednesday, Disney+ premiered another Marvel documentary, diving into the making of Black Widow.

Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of Black Widow is now streaming on Disney+

Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of Black Widow
Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of Black Widow

Black Widow was released in theatres earlier this year, alongside its premiere on Disney+ Premier Access, and was recently added to the regular Disney+ lineup. And now, fans can finally have a look at all behind the scenes in the film’s making. Titled as Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of Black Widow is now streaming on Disney+.

Disney and Marvel have been debuting new episodes of the Assembled documentary series throughout the year, revealing how all-new Marvel TV series and films are made. While Black Widow is the latest to receive this treatment, Shang-Chi will be the next, as the film will arrive on Disney+ next month.

In addition to a long-awaited Scarlett Johansson solo film, Black Widow also introduced many new characters in the MCU, including her adopted sister Yelena Belova. The character was portrayed by Florence Pugh, she was one of the widows who were trained in the Red Room and the film’s end saw her take the baton from Natasha.

Pugh opened up about her new role in the Widow family and MCU while talking to Comicbook recently.

Florence Pugh
Florence Pugh

“First of all, I think when I came on board there wasn’t even any conversations of whether there’d be this scene or that scene or a future Yelena,” Pugh explained. “It was just like, ‘Get involved, get stuck in.’ And I was so grateful to be invited. Going forward, I think the most wonderful thing and the scary thing is that, obviously, I’ve got major shoes to fill. It’s just been really wonderful seeing all the ways that Scarlett’s changed conversation about her character. And I think for me, whatever future there is, I would love to, I suppose, follow in her footsteps in that way. How do we make Yelena different, how do we make her stand out? How do we make her powerful? And that’s going to be an ongoing, I hope, conversation. Yeah, I suppose follow in Scarlett’s footsteps in that way, changing it.”


Source: Comicbook

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