The first film of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has finally been released with Black Widow that is already available in theaters and on Disney + Premier Access, and if you plan to see it you should know that the film starring Scarlett Johansson has a post-scene. credits, as is customary in Marvel productions.
Here we tell you what the post-credits scene of Black Widow movie is about that connects directly with one of the new Marvel series that will premiere on Disney +.
The Black Widow movie ends by showing Natasha Romanoff with a new haircut and heading to meet up with other Avengers, but as we know she dies during the events of Avengers: Endgame, so the post-credits scene is related to that sad moment. (via ComicBook).
In this scene, Yelena Belova appears visiting Natasha’s grave, where she is arranging flowers and spending a moment with her late sister, and is suddenly interrupted by someone who arrives and blows her nose right behind her.
This is Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, the mysterious woman played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus that we saw in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier recruiting John Walker. Yelena works for Valentina Allegra de Fontaine just like Walker, so she is evidently putting together a team.
Val tells Yelena that she wanted to personally deliver her next target to him since she will give him the ability to eliminate the man responsible for Natasha’s death, and she hands him a tablet that shows a picture of Clint Barton.
In this way, this short scene connects directly to the Hawkeye series that will premiere on Disney + in the fall season, and where Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton is expected to deliver the hero’s mantle to Kate Bishop played by Hailee Steinfeld. It had already been announced that Florence Pugh’s Yelena would appear in the series, but with this we now know that at least initially she will act as an enemy of Hawkeye and company, since when things are clarified she will surely change the way of thinking of her.
Black Widow is available in theaters and through Disney + Premier Access, at this link you can find out more details about it.