Scarlett Johansson & Jeremy Renner On The Possibilities Of Appearing In Upcoming MARVEL Sequels
Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner had some nice chemistry as Black Widow and Hawkeye in The Avengers, and shared a few great scenes together, so it's only natural to assume that should we see one appear in a future Marvel movie, we may see the other. We already know that Miss Romanov won't be rejoining Tony Stark in Iron Man 3, but while chatting to Total Film the duo reveal that there is always the possibility that they could cameo in the other Marvel sequels that are in the works, even if they aren't spilling what they may or may not know just yet..
We know Johansson won't be popping up in Iron Man 3, but what about the sequels to Captain America and Thor? She and Renner discuss the possibilities, and also comment on whether love might be in the air for the two "master assassins"..
TF: You’re not in the third Iron Man?
Scarlett Johansson: “No. I know they have Iron Man 3, and then they’re going to roll out Thor 2 and Cap 2. I don’t know how far the process is for either of those. But we talk to Kevin [Feige] about that stuff.”
TF: But you’re not cameoing in either of those?
Jeremy Renner: “Not that I’m aware of.”
Johansson: “I’m not sure. But there is always the possibility. But even if there was a possibility, we would never tell you!”
Widow and Hawkeye's relationship seemed more based on friendship and respect than intimacy in The Avengers, but could we see that progress in the future? Renner thinks so, and suggests things might get a bit rough if they ever did decide to have a romp between the sheets..
TF: What about a love story between Black Widow and Hawkeye?
Renner: “I think there are possibilities all through the Marvel Universe, isn’t there? Sure. I wouldn’t discount that. I think it’s probably…I think they’d just as much get after each other in bed as they would slice each other’s throats while they’re at it. The Widow’s thighs, man, they’re dangerous! You’ve got to be careful of those things. Like a preying mantis!”
If they ever did get it on we could start calling them Black-Eye! No? Ok. For more click on the link below.
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