The first minute or so of the new trailer for Marvel Studios’ Black Widow is a lot of Avengers clips, played over voiceover of Black Widow saying things like “I’ve lived a lot of lives.” It’s the narration of a self-aware superhero, who has come a long way and undergone many changes since her first hallway battle in Iron Man 2 back in 2010. Scarlett Johansson’s MCU Russian assassin has been a lot of of things: a good guy, a bad guy, stuck in bad C-storylines with Jeremy Renner. With the release of Black Widow, she’ll finally get to be that most coveted of positions for an Avenger: a lead character. In the trailer for Black Widow, we see Johansson in some sort of snow battle, we see her reunite with her sister Florence Pugh, and her comrade Rachel Weisz, and flashbacks to their dad, shirtless David Harbour. The best part besides Pugh’s Russian accent is a Soviet-sounding choral rendition of the Avengers fanfare. Black Widow will be released in theaters and on Disney+ with premiere access on July 9. She’s still only our second-favorite MCU Eastern European Scarlet(t), though, after a certain beloved chaos witch.