Scarlett Johansson tells more about her ‘Black Widow’ role

Actor Scarlett Johansson expressed her “bittersweet” emotions while saying “Black Widow” goodbye to her role. The actor recently appeared in an interview at the show ‘Good Morning America,’ where she showed that after release of the upcoming movie ‘Black Widow’ she was no longer to play her Marvel character, reported People magazine. “I’ve been working with my Marvel family for an incredible decade. Every 18 months or two years I will not see them, like these kinds of milestones I always look forward to, “Johansson said that. He said.

She added that, “But I’m really proud of this movie, and I think it’s great to be high. This movie is so different from any of the other Marvel movies we’ve made so far, so yeah… it’s bittersweet, as I said.”

The player who played Natasha Romanoff in the popular Marvel actor was introduced to Black Widow for the first time in the 2010 Iron Man 2 and her role was last resumed in the 2019 ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ where her character died.

Johansson, in her previous interviews, also talked about how her husband, comedian Saturday night, Colin Jost, “Want to be surprised,” avoids all spoilers about ‘black widow,’ adding that he even wanted to know who was on set.

“I always say… I’m like, ‘You really don’t want to know. These days there are so little surprises, just have patience and enjoy the film, and this film is definitely full of a lot of surprises, “In an interview, Johannson said.

The actor from Marvel previously said that she needs to make sure that she gives Jost ‘spolier alerts’ before she begins to practise her film lines.

Saying, Johansson, “He wants to know, ‘How was your day?,’ of course, but when it’s bleeded into, ‘Can you read this scene with me?,’ it’s like, ‘I’m going to get some spoilers or like…?’ Before we read lines together, he wanted to know ‘spoiler alert.'”

The long-awaited Marvel flick was supposed to hit the big screen on 30 April and 1 May 2020 in India, but it was delayed several times due to challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.

The role of ‘Black Widow’ is reproduced as Natasha/Black Widows by Johansson, Yelena starred by Florence Pugh and Alexei/The Red Guardian portrayed by David Harbour and Melina by Rachel Weisz.

Johansson played a leading role in seven Marvel films in Black Widow that tracked her evolution from a dubious Russian assassin to an Avenger who had saved the world.

In her upcoming film, which is pursued by a force that doesn’t stop her, Natasha has to deal with her spy history and her broken relationships long before she became an avenger. What is even more interesting is that the new Marvel villain Taskmaster will be seen by the audience.

The film, led by Cate Shortland and produced by Kevin Feige, will be shown in theatres and on July 9 at the Disney+ Premier.

source: ANI

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