Natasha Romanoff’s first standalone outing as the titular superhero in “Black Widow” will premiere May 1, and that means we’re due for another teaser. Fans will get a new special look soon.

According to Screen Rant, fans will be getting their first big special sneak peek at the new Marvel Cinematic Universe film on Monday, Jan. 13. We’ll get to see the “Black Widow” sneak peek during the 2020 National College Football Championship on ESPN. If that sounds like a random place to have a Marvel special look to drop, just know that there’s a reason for it.

ESPN is actually largely owned by Disney and this also isn’t the first time a Marvel sneak peek has premiered on the sports channel. Both “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame” offered extended trailers and exclusive looks like that during the super bowl. “Black Panther” was also given a spot that premiered on ESPN.

It isn’t yet known what will be shown in the upcoming special look, but what we do know the solo movie will include several new popular comic-book characters and a timeline that places the heroine in the middle of “Captain America: Civil War” and “Infinity War.”

The character’s past will greatly come into play in this new movie, introducing her old “family” into the mix: Yelena (Florence Pugh), another Black Widow-like character from the Red Room; Melina (Rachel Weisz), who is yet another character with the title of Black Widow and is a Red Room instructor and motherly character; and Alexei Shostakov AKA Red Guardian (David Harbour), a Russian counterpart of Captain America.

Rather than seeing a new trailer popping up, it’s likely ESPN will show an extended scene or some additional footage from the “Black Widow” film. Some footage was shown in early December at Comic Con Experience in São Paulo, Brazil, so it’s possible that they could be releasing that footage to the public. Once the halftime show begins at the NCAA championship, we’ll be able to see for sure what the “Black Widow” special look will be.

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