The cameo in Black Widow

The fans of Avengers can rejoice as it is confirmed that Robert Downey Jr. will indeed make an appearance in Marvel’s upcoming Phase 4 Black Widow movie.  The movie is set for release in May 2020.

The cameo in Black Widow

Tony Stark and Black Widow
Tony Stark and Black Widow

Black Widow is the next Marvel Studio’s film that is focused on the titular superhero. Scarlett Johannson plays Natasha Romanoff. The movie will offer some details on the origins of Romanoff. ‘Black Widow’ is a prequel to ‘Avengers: Endgame’

and set after the events of ‘Captain America: Civil War’. The cameo will be a scene where Tony tells Natasha to run, which is the reason she goes into hiding with Steve and the Secret Avengers.

The appearance of Robert Downey Jr. in Black Widow

Iron Man to make an appearance in Black Widow
Iron Man to make an appearance in Black Widow

Apparently Robert Downey Jr. will not be shooting new scenes for the cameo. The scene is already on film, but previously unseen. The fans can rejoice as this appearance of Robert Downey Jr. is an unused/unseen footage. To the fans of Iron Man who had a hard time saying goodbye earlier this year, the cameo will still be a delight. The cameo is most likely to be a flashback sequence in the movie.

Apparently, if Marvel is pleased with the prospects of Black Widow, we can expect more prequels from the MCU.

Have you watched Avengers: Endgame yet? 

What do you think about this surprise cameo role of Robert Downey Jr. in Black Widow? Let us know your thoughts via a comment below!

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