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Perhaps during quarantine, you’ve watched every single Marvel movie from beginning to end in its roughly 48-hour glory. Each film and comic book share harrowing stories of the classic good vs. evil theme. 

Some of the most vital characters, from Spider-Man all the way to the Guardians Of The Galaxy realms, are the women who make sure their superhero counterparts don’t die at the hands of some of the most heinous villains created by Stan Lee.

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Take the quiz below to see which badass superheroine from the Marvel Cinematic Universe you’re most like.

More on Marvel Phase 4

First announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Black Widow was set to kick off summer and Phase 4 in May. However, the release as delayed with theaters worldwide shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic. Marvel shifted Phase 4 to begin later this year with Black Widow snagging a November 6 release date.

Spider-Man: Far From Home ended Phase 3 last summer, picking up after the highest-grossing film of all-time, Avengers: Endgame. However, with Black Widow, Marvel fans will jump back in the timeline to follow the events of Natasha Romanova (Scarlet Johansson) in the U.S.S.R. just after Captain America: Civil War

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David Harbour (Stranger Things), Florence Pugh (Midsommar) and Rachel Weisz will join Johansson in the upcoming film. Robert Downey Jr. is also rumored to reprise his role as Iron Man. The first teaser trailer arrived in December followed by a final cut in March.

The Eternals will follow Black Widow as the next installment in Phase 4 with a February 12, 2021 release date. Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings hits theaters May 7, 2021 followed by an untitled Spider-Man sequel November 5, 2021.

The following year, Thor: Love And Thunder will arrive February 11, 2022 followed by Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness March 25, 2022.