NBA basketball is restarting soon, with 22 teams being invited to finish the season in a "bubble" down at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Teams will play their final games of the season at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. This complex would form the "bubble," and serving as the official site for games, practices, and housing. Eventually, some of the players and coach's families will join them down there. Crazy right? Well, new details about the amenities came out, and one thing sure to irk MCU fans patiently waiting for Black Widow is a new report from Yahoo Sports NBA writer Kevin Smith, who tweeted this today:
Per Walt Disney World Sources: Disney will make movies available for players and their families (once they join). This is likely to include movies that have not been released to the general public, including Marvel's Black Widow.
— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) June 16, 2020
Black Widow Spoilers Will Leak For Sure
That's right: the NBA may get to view not just Black Widow, but other films that have been delayed to the public by the pandemic. Could they get to see Mulan? No Time To Die? Wonder Woman 1984 is almost a lock as well if Black Widow is going to be shown. I guess my question is: why? I get that they will all be locked down while there for a couple of months, but we all were for ten weeks, and some of us continue to be. Why Can't we watch Black Widow? I am sure they all have Netflix and Hulu and such. Let them log in and watch 90 Day Fiancee and Ozark.
It's not worth getting upset about really, but you know that spoilers are going to leak now. It is inevitable. So be prepared in about a month or so. One night you may log in to Twitter, and LeBron James will spoil Black Widow that he just watched. For the rest of us, Black Widow, directed by Cate Shortland, stars Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour, O. T. Fagbenle, Rachel Weisz, and Ray Winstone. It opens on November 6th.