According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 'WandaVision' star recently had a brief chat with Vanity Fair about the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on theatrical releases.
Washington: American actor Scarlett Johansson revealed how she got back her iconic 'Black Widow' role after Golden Globe-winning actor Emily Blunt left the Marvel...
People Magazine reported that Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige recently said in an interview that he is "excited to continue working with" Scarlett "in any way possible." But, the actor seems to have made a decision to "not return"
Johansson plays Natasha Romanoff, the elusive 'Black Widow', in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first major superhero movie.
The 36-year-old actress gets her first solo superhero film this year, with "Black Widow" scheduled to release in theatres on July 9.
Fox News cited the 36-year-old star in a new interview to The Gentlewoman as saying that, "I don't think actors have obligations to have a public role in society."
The new show explores the timely issues of identity, community, historical authorship and patriotism. It will be told from the point of view of Jess Morales
According to The Hollywood Reporter, 'Black Widow', which was earlier slated for a May 7 release, will now be coming out on July 9.
Women directors comprise 16 per cent of filmmakers calling the shots on the 100 highest-grossing last year
Ever, 13, has featured alongside Milla in Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, and has also appeared in the upcoming films Black Widow and Peter Pan.
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