Scarlett Johansson, who happens to be the first lady of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, recently graced the celebrity premiere of her upcoming film, Jojo Rabbit. However, she just ended up spilling some beans on her upcoming female superhero-oriented Marvel film, Black Widow. Well, guys relax because this is a spoiler-free piece! In a conversation with Entertainment Tonight, Scarlett Johansson revealed how Black Widow is sure to give fans a closer insight into her character, which is among one of the main forces of MCU’s Avengers.
Talking about Black Widow, Scarlett was quoted as saying, "I don't know if I can take it anymore without any closure. It's too exhausting." While Black Widow dies in the last MCU outing, Avengers: Endgame, the report adds that her character is based on the events that took place between America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. The film will chronicle the daily adventures faced by Black Widow AKA Natasha Romanoff. Moreover, Scarlet also opened up on the discussion that took place between Marvel’s female ladies and boss Kevin Feige. It turns out that requested to form an all-female superhero Marvel clan. (Also read - After Avengers, Thor Chris Hemsworth Wants To Reunite With Iron Man Robert Downey Jr And Captain America Chris Evans For This Film)
She said to Yahoo News, “It was so powerful for all of us female superheroes to be together because we don't always crossover, and here we were amongst all these incredible actresses that we've admired for so long. It just felt like the right move to approach Kevin with this, and he was very excited about it of course.” We wait! (Also read - Priyanka Chopra Jonas Reveals She Is In Talks With Avengers Endgame Directors Russo Brothers For Something Exciting)
Meanwhile, Black Widow is slated to hit the big screens on May 1, 2020.
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