“You don’t know everything about me,” Natasha Romanoff says at the beginning of a brand new trailer for Marvel Studios’ Black Widow, which you can watch above. “Before I was an Avenger, before I got this family, I made mistakes, choosing between what the world wants you to be and who you are.” These decisions are clearly weighing heavy on the master assassin, who realizes she’s got to go back to where her story started before she can move forward. 

In Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger. Directed by Cate Shortland and produced by Kevin Feige, the movie stars Scarlett Johansson reprising her role as Natasha Romanoff. Florence Pugh stars as Yelena Belova, David Harbour as Alexei Shostakov aka Red Guardian, and Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff.

Black Widow arrives in theatres and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9. 

Netflix has unveiled the first trailer for its upcoming superhero series Jupiter’s Legacy, based on Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s comic book series. Starring Josh Duhamel, the series is set to hit the streaming platform on May 7.

Jupiter’s Legacy spans from the 1930s through to the present day and is based around the first generation of Superheroes, who rose to prominence after receiving their powers. Fast forward to the present day, the original heroes are revered as the elder guard, while the children of the fabled heroes are struggling to live up to their parent’s legacy and legendary feats.

The series stars Josh Duhamel (Transformers) as Sheldon Sampson/The Utopian, Ben Daniels (The Crown) as Walter Sampson/Brainwave, Leslie Bibb (The Babysitter: Killer Queen) as Grace Sampson/Lady Liberty, Elena Kampouris (Shoplifters of the World) as Chloe Sampson, Andrew Horton (It Came From the Desert) as Brandon Sampson/Paragon, Mike Wade (SEAL Team) as Fitz Small and Matt Lanter (Chasing the Rain) as George Hutchene/Skyfox.

The trailer for the long-awaited “Venom” sequel is finally here — and so is the new villain Carnage.

At Cinemas Sept 15th

The trailer for the long-awaited “Venom” sequel is finally here — and so is the new villain Carnage.

At Cinemas Sept 15th

The highly anticipated return of the coming-of-age drama from Norway is happening on May 27, 2021.

The Gods and Giants are returning! Ragnarok – the Norwegian coming-of-age-drama with a twist of Norse mythology – is returning to Netflix with its second season on May 27, 2021. 

About Ragnarok season 2

The second season will pick up where the first season left: What do you do when you’re a 17 year-old high schooler who has just learned that you’re up against an ancient and extremely powerful enemy that is holding an entire town, perhaps even an entire country, in an iron grip? 

Magne has to accept that now that he’s ready for battle, his enemies are too many and too strong. Is there anyone else who, like him, has supernatural powers? And will he be able to find these people in time? And what happens when it turns out that his little brother, Laurits, is also quite exceptional, but that he views the world very differently from Magne? In the second season of Ragnarok, the conflict gets tougher, evil gets more focused, and the choices even more desperate. In the midst of all this, Magne is faced with the fundamental question: How far are you willing to go in order to save your family?