During a Black Widow press conference, the Marvel Studios president explained that there is a strong possibility for films along the lines of the upcoming title. “Certainly, this film and this story is a particular case for Natasha,” he said. “But the notion of exploring the past, present, and future of the MCU is certainly in the cards for all of our characters. This particular story of this particular cast is very personal, very specific to Natasha.”
Feige added, however, that the films need to tell a story that will fill the gaps in a character’s life. He explained, “We very specifically knew there was a large period of her life that we didn’t know about, not just her childhood, but this period of time between Civil War and Infinity War. And that period, we felt it was a right to creatively focus on being able to discover more about our past and more about our present. And… give a hint at the legacy in the future.”
Black Widow premieres July 9 in theaters and on Disney+ via Premier Access.