Marvel fans are freaking out over a potential Black Widow sighting in the new ‘Loki’ trailer

Loki TV series

  • The trailer for Marvel's new Disney Plus spin-off series "Loki" featured a glimpse of what many believe to be a familiar character: Black Widow.
  • Fans think Scarlett Johansson's Natasha Romanoff might appear in the TV show after a brief image of what looks like her with "Avengers: Age of Ultron"-era hair appeared in the trailer.
  • However, one fan believes it could be Lady Loki rather than Black Widow, with Lady Loki rumored to be in the show and rumored to be played by Sophie Di Martino.
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Marvel fans are freaking out about Black Widow potentially appearing in the upcoming Disney Plus show "Loki" after one viewer spotted what looks like Natasha Romanoff in the show's trailer.

Kevin Feige introduced an entire slate of Marvel projects at Disney's investors day, and premiered a brand new trailer for the spin-off series "Loki."

And fans think they've seen Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow pop up in the trailer.

Whoever it is, is sitting on a planet that looks like Vormir, which is where we last saw Natasha before she died in "Avengers: Endgame." However, one fan thinks the character's hair in this shot looks like the style she wore in an earlier MCU movie: "Avengers: Age of Ultron."

Another fan is speculating that the image could be taken from Tony Stark's vision in "Age of Ultron" after he grabbed the scepter containing the mind stone at the start of the movie.

Meanwhile, another fan thinks her hair looks more like the style she wore in the first-ever "Avengers" movie.

Whatever the case, fans are getting their hopes up for a return of Johansson's Black Widow.

But it looks like this may just be Disney and Marvel toying with its fans, as there could be a more rational explainer for this appearance …

It looks like this character could be Lady Loki rather than Black Widow. It's rumored that Lady Loki is going to be played by Sophie Di Martino, although nothing has been officially confirmed just yet. Also in the fairly eclectic cast is Richard E. Grant, Wunmi Mosaku, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Owen Wilson.

"Loki" will follow on from "Avengers: Endgame" after Loki stole the tesseract and disappeared from Earth. The show will follow Loki in this own crime thriller as he appears to travel through alternate realities and timelines.

Watch the full trailer below:


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