Scarlett Johansson Talks Even More Black Widow

Scarlett Johansson Talks Even More Black Widow

Scarlett Johansson sat down with the people over at Screenrant and discussed more about Black Widow's life style, costume, Black Widow film, and more about the character. So hit the jump to check out her thoughts.

In a recent interview with Screen Rant Actor Scarlett Johansson discussed even more about Black Widow's life style. "I think it's nice in this film to see the Natasha [Romanoff] of Black Widow. I mean, you see her and you go, 'Wow, this is a person who gets ready in the morning. This is a person who has a personal life outside of work, who knows how much of a personal life that is," Scarlett Said to ScreenRant. "But she's got an identity outside of this job, which I think makes her much easier to relate to, much more sort of interesting and enigmatic, there's this whole other life that exists for her. Part of that, of course, is even getting her out of the suit, and seeing that she's got her own thing going on."She then talked more about the Black widow movie, and whats he mind set is as of now."There's always the possibility in this kind of Marvel madness that anything could happen, and a lot of these spin-offs are really like fan-driven, which is great because if the audience wants it, then you know that it's built in, in a way and people are excited to see it," She then Said she was willing to get back in her cat-suit if the fan really wanted to see it."So if the audience wants something like that and we could really carve out a great story for her that's a continuation of what we already know, then I'd be totally for it. The material is there and I'm always willing to slip the suit back on and power through it, if people want to see it."."So who you really want to see a black widow movie added on to the MCU? Or something else like a budapest film? Sound off below with your thoughts.

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