“The Consequences of Yet Another ‘Black Widow’ Delay for the MCU.”
Monday, February 15, 2021, By Lily Datz
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Kendall Phillips, professor of communication and rhetorical studies in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, was quoted in the Observer story “The Consequences of Yet Another ‘Black Widow’ Delay for the MCU.” Phillips, an expert on Marvel Cinematic Universe, explains that the latest Marvel movie, Black Widow, has been through multiple release date changes due to the challenges of the company’s “interwoven narrative universe.” “It seems they will at some point be forced to either bite the bullet and release one of their big pictures on Disney+, or to start re-editing to shift points of connection. Or, they can just wait the whole thing out,” Phillips says.