Marvel announced on Tuesday that Black Widow, which was originally scheduled for release on 7 May, will now be unveiled on 9 July.
The film will be released simultaneously in select cinemas and on Disney+, where it will be available for a premium fee.
This is one of several adjustments to Disney’s release schedule announced on Tuesday.
The upcoming Marvel film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which was scheduled to come out in July, has been pushed back to 3 September.
Cruella, starring Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil from One Hundred and One Dalmatians, is keeping its scheduled release date of 28 May, with an added simultaneous release on Disney+.
Pixar’s upcoming film Luca, meanwhile, won’t be released in cinemas and will debut on Disney+ in countries where the streaming service is available. In other markets, the film is expected to have a theatrical release.
Four more films have been given new release dates: Free Guy has been moved from 21 May to 13 August; The King’s Man from 20 August to 22 December; Deep Water from 13 August to 14 January 2022; and Death on the Nile from 17 September to 11 February 2022.