Marvel's prequel Black Widow movie has been filming for some weeks now, and slowly but surely we are starting to see information trickle out for this movie. Interestingly enough, Marvel hasn't actually hasn't even officially announced that they are making a Black Widow movie (I know that they're waiting for Hall H at SDCC, but c'mon now), despite everyone knowing what's going on. Directed by Cate Shortland, Scarlett Johansson is on board as star and executive producer and is finally getting that well-earned payday from Marvel. The movie is said to introduce an as yet uncast (or at least an actor that has yet to be announced) Taskmaster into the MCU, Florence Pugh who is all but confirmed as fellow Red Room graduate and Black Widow Yelena Belovna, and Ray Winstone in an yet undisclosed role. Some question has been brought up as to exactly when this movie will take place, and there have been some interesting rumors, including 1999 in the midst of the Y2K "crisis". Another, coming from Sebastian Stan, has the movie talking place in between Civil War and Infinity War (But nothing rules out multiple time periods). Natasha went on the lam before she could be arrested in Civil War, and there may be a good story to tell in between then and her hooking up with Rogers, Wilson and Maximoff. As far as the relevance of the movie's prequel nature, Kevin Feige, while still not confirming a Black Widow movie is in production, compared the theoretical Black Widow prequel to Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul. Some people have questioned the necessity of a Black Widow movie (and I won't dignify them with links), but I look forward to one last adventure with Natasha Romanov and trust Kevin Feige to deliver an exciting and relevant story.