In the Marvel movie Black Widow, Florence Pugh, who plays Yelena Belova, describes the story as a women’s struggle
In a new interview with young actress Florence Pugh, she shared some exciting further details about the latest from Marvel Studios. Since she will play Yelena Belova, the former ally of Black Widow, she returns to help her. It is even rumored that she could be her replacement in the future.
Delays in the release date of Black Widow have been constant and it may soon appear on another means that we learned enough information of the distribution of the film from Marvel in recent months, and although it is inevitable that repeat the same when asked to the stars the same questions over and over, Florence Pugh has now shared some intriguing new details.
This movie is about the abuse of women. It’s about how they do involuntary hysterectomies at age eight. These are girls from whom the whole world is robbed. It is excruciating, and it is essential.
Part of the excitement for me is that women and girls worldwide will see this, and they are going to see a story of abuse that was really challenged by its own victims. For a Marvel movie to reach all those levels is very exciting. The best thing about it is that it is not layered with this color of gray. You will see these women push themselves and be healthy and murderers, yet they still need to discuss how they were abused.
It Will Be Different Than What We Are Used To
It’s hard to imagine Marvel allowing one of their films to dwell too much on these kinds of topics, but it certainly looks like Black Widow is going to touch on some big stories in a more brutal way than we’re used to.
Black Widow will premiere on October 30. But we expect an official announcement about another launch delay at any time. There is even speculation that it could go directly to the Disney+ digital platform.