The first teaser trailer of the “Black Widow” solo movie may be released next week at the San Diego Comic Con. There is no confirmation that a first-look video of the upcoming film will be released soon, but a recent report hinted at this possibility.

A team from Marvel is expected to announce a set of new projects at the Comic Con, like the sequels to the popular stand-alone movies “Doctor Strange” and “Black Panther.” The only move that is currently in production from the studio is Scarlett Johansson’s “Black Widow.”

Since “Black Widow” is still in the early days of its production, does it mean that there will be no footage for the team to show in San Diego? A top executive working in one of Disney’s rival studios, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, told Variety that the company will have to get creative in order to “feed and water” its eager fans.

Marvel has so far remained tight-lipped about the next phase of movies that it is working on. The San Diego Comic Con will be a good place to announce the plans, and the executive also didn’t rule out a teaser trailer for “Black Widow” movie.

“Getting something ready, like footage or a trailer for ‘Black Widow,’ means a VFX acceleration,” the executive said.

If Marvel wants to put together a two-or three-minute teaser trailer, it could mean a cost of around a million dollars, according to the executive.

Natasha Romanoff is dead in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Screenwriter Christopher Markus has explained that the character has killed so many people in her life that her story has eventually led her to sacrifice her life as a hero, Screen Rant reported. With the death of the character, the solo film is expected to be a prequel.

The release date of “Black Widow” may also be announced at the San Diego Comic Con. The film is expected to be about the legacy of Natasha, and it may also introduce her successor Yelena Belova, Screen Rant reported.

Black Widow movie Kevin Feige spoke about prequels when asked about the "Black Widow" movie. Photo: Marvel Studios