Those wondering if we might actually see Black Widow in 2020 might be happy with this bit of news. It appears that Disney has begun the localization process for the film, where they translate and dub it into local languages around the world, which is a good sign it’s coming out in 2020.
The news comes from Amit Chaudhari, who has accurately provided localization information in the past; including the last Black Widow trailer:
According to my sources, #Disney have sent a cut of #BlackWidow movie for localisation process across different countries & 'Disney India' received their cut earlier this month as they're set to dubb it in 5 Indian Languages!! pic.twitter.com/m9Xsb92Q40— Amit Chaudhari (@5150Aamrit) September 15, 2020
With movie theaters still not fully open in places like the US, it’s possible that Disney is planning a hybrid theatrical/Disney+ release following the Premier Access debut of Mulan earlier this month. There have been reports that Disney is happy with how Mulan performed on the streaming service compared to the theaters where it opens, and the Mulan Premier Access does end just a few days before the release of Black Widow…