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Taskmaster’s Secret Identity in Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow Finally REVEALED!

Marvel Studios decided to provide one more run with fan-favorite Natasha Romanoff in Marvel Cinematic Universe after killing the character in Avengers Endgame. Fans will witness Natasha Romanoff’s journey in an upcoming standalone movie, Black Widow, that will hit theatres later this year. If there wasn’t an unfortunate coronavirus pandemic, the fans should have already watched the movie.

The upcoming Phase Four movie will feature Black Widow and her espionage family running into villainous Taskmaster. Marvel Studios has already dropped two teasers and multiple posters from the film, but they haven’t revealed about the identity of Taskmaster—even the actor portraying it. Ever since the news about Taskmaster’s involvement in the movie surfaces, fans have been continually raising questions about the identity of mercenary-for-hire.

While the Studios is keeping up firmly to hide the character’s identity, one of the actors from the film might have revealed Taskmaster’s mysterious identity. The confirmation news came from actor O.T. Fagbenle who plays Rick Mason in the upcoming movie during Instagram Live. Rick Mason is romantically interested in Natasha and is her ally when they were working together for S.H.I.E.L.D.

As Natasha sacrificed herself for the fate of humanity in Avengers Endgame, the movie takes place after the events of 2016’s Captain America: Civil War. Captain America breaks Natasha along with other allies out of the Raft, but immediately she has to confront a dark and dangerous conspiracy from her past. Romanoff returns to her family to complete any unfinished business fighting against a force that is on her tail to break her down.

 

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Cate Shortland is directing the movie along with David Harbour (portraying the Russian Captain America, Red Guardian), Florence Pugh, and William Hurt, joining the cast in primary roles. The movie will hit theaters on November 6, 2020. However, U.K. fans can watch the film 10 days earlier, on October 28.

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