Scarlett Johansson wants to star in an ‘Iron Man’ spin-off.
The Hollywood beauty – who portrays Natasha Romanoff and her alter-ego, sexy Russian spy Black Widow, in the upcoming ‘Iron Man 2’ – is desperate to don her skintight, black cat-suit and reprise her role for another Marvel comic book adaptation.
ScarJo talks about her hopes for the character and some possible Avengers spoilers.
She said: “She has many different incarnations and different storylines so I'm hoping she will be able to continue in that way. I'm hoping that if the fans like the character and support the character, we'll see her again."
As well as a movie based on the Black Widow, Scarlett has hinted the character will return to screens in the hotly-anticipated ‘Avengers’ movie.
The 24-year-old star added: “I hope I get to come back and do it again. The character certainly comes back. We see that she does in the comics and certainly she is a big part of The Avengers. I don't know if that is where it's going to go but she is definitely a big part of The Avengers.”
'The Avengers' will see Iron Man - played by Robert Downey Jr. - the Incredible Hulk - portrayed by Edward Norton - Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury and Thor - who will be brought to life by Chris Hemsworth - join forces for an all-action blockbuster.
'Iron Man 2' director Jon Favreau is expected to helm the project, which is tentatively scheduled for release in 2012.
Johansson’s husband Ryan Reynolds is already in talks to have his own superhero spin-off movie – based around his ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ character Deadpool as well as landing the lead in "Green Lantern."
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