... which is misleading, because there is no "Black Widow movie" set in stone yet. Or they'll ask Marvel captain Kevin Feige, leading to the headline ...
... even though an exec saying they're "creatively and emotionally ... most committing to" Black Widow but not actually putting it on their three-year schedule is the exact opposite of a commitment. It's like when your parents said "We'll see" when you asked them to buy you a drum kit.
No matter what project it is, whether it's a TV show or a movie or a stick figure flipbook of a boy hitting a can with a stick, you'll find the same bullshit. Asked about a Family Guy movie, a producer said, "There are no specific plans," but also, "if I were a gambling man, I'd say within the next five years," and joked that he was putting money on that. Thus, headlines read:
This is a pattern you'll see throughout this article -- celebrities will say vague shit off the cuff, and journalists will dig through it for a headline. In fact, it's pretty hard to find an actual article about an interview that feels honest. One of the few that I found concerned Daniel Craig, who, when asked about playing James Bond after Spectre, said, "I'd rather break this glass and slash my wrists."
The 25th James Bond film stars Daniel Craig and hits theaters next year.