Though Marvel’s Phase 3 will soon come to a close with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home next month, filming is already underway for the first entry in the MCU’s next era. So far, production for the long-awaited Black Widow solo movie has yielded a fair amount of set material, most of which features Scarlett Johansson in the title role. And with this newly surfaced photo, it seems we have our first look at the film’s official logo.
The below image of the back of a set chair isn’t the best quality, but it still gives us a pretty good idea of the simple design Marvel is currently going with. Overall, the title seems as coldly efficient as Natasha Romanoff herself, but look closely and you’ll notice the character’s red hourglass icon at the center of the image.
Seeing how Black Widow isn’t expected to hit theaters until next year, Marvel still has plenty of time to rework the logo before the film’s marketing truly gets underway. All the same, with the studio staying tight-lipped about the details of Cate Shortland’s upcoming flick, fans will likely appreciate this blurry, low-res tease of things to come.
Though Marvel Studios has yet to officially announce Nat’s solo outing, Kevin Feige recently offered a few vague hints of what to expect from the movie. In an interview with io9, the producer discussed their decision to write Black Widow as a prequel, assuring fans that there’s “a method to the madness.” Feige also went on to reference Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul as an unlikely source of inspiration for the film.
Hopefully Marvel can get a little more specific in their Black Widow teases at next month’s SDCC, but in the meantime, look out for Spider-Man: Far From Home, which comes swinging into theaters on July 2nd.