Black Widow: Logo of Scarlett Johansson's film leaked; set photos reveal Florence Pugh's Marvel character
The logo of the upcoming Black Widow movie has emerged online, which shows its iconic red hourglass.
In one seemingly innocuous photo, two dummy crates can be spotted. One of the boxes is labelled 'Natasha,' as in Natasha Romanoff, and the other is labelled 'Yelena,' which seems to refer to Yelena Belova. Earlier, a photo of Pugh and Scarlett Johansson's body doubles shooting for an action scene also surfaced on the Internet.
For the uninitiated, Yelena Belova was the second modern-era character to use the name Black Widow. Initially a rival of Natasha, she later became Natasha's ally. Yelena also had connections with HYDRA, S.H.I.E.L.D, and Vanguard.
The pictures also revealed the logo of Johansson's film. Featuring the iconic red hourglass, the logo also has Marvel Studios written above.
Check out the logo and the pictures here
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