‘Black Widow’ Hires Costume Designer Jany Temime (‘Skyfall, Spectre’)

Discussing Film has revealed that Jany Temime will be the costume designer of ‘Black Widow,’ and HN Entertainment further confirmed it.

Temine’s extensive credits include two James Bond films: ‘Skyfall’ and Spectre.’ Also, she has worked on three Alfonso Cuarón films: ‘Gravity,’ Children of Men,’ and ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.’ Speaking of ‘Azkaban,’ Temine has worked on a whopping six Harry Potter movies. The other five films being: ‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,’ ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,’ ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1-2.’ Lastly, her next film is Michael Bay’s Netflix film ‘6 Underground’ that stars Ryan Reynolds.

‘Discussing Film’ previously revealed that ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ cinematographer Rob Hardy was hired. There is also a good chance that ‘Red Sparrow’ production designer Maria Djurkovic could be on the project too. But, this is currently unconfirmed.

There was also a recent rumor that suggested that Marvel was considering making ‘Black Widow’ an R-rated feature film.

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Filming should be starting in March, along with locations that could include Croatia and Miami, Florida.

Marvel Studios has yet to officially announce the ‘Black Widow’ release date. However, there is an assumption it will take the May 1st, 2020 spot previously slated by Disney.

Source: Discussing Film and HN Entertainment

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