Scar­lett feels Black Wi­dow per­fect for a stand­alone film

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - City - - Entertainment -

Ac­tor Scar­lett Jo­hans­son (right) says her Avengers char­ac­ter Black Wi­dow is “right” for a stand­alone movie. The 32-year-old ac­tor fea­tures as Natasha Ro­manoff and her su­per­hero al­ter-ego in the Marvel Comics en­sem­ble movie fran­chise. She has al­ready had a word with Marvel boss Kevin Feige about the pos­si­bil­ity of giv­ing the char­ac­ter her own film, re­ported Fe­male First.

“I’ve talked to Kevin Feige (pres­i­dent of the stu­dio) about it. We’re cre­atively re­ally com­pat­i­ble. We both agree that the char­ac­ter is right for a stand­alone, it’s just a case of tim­ing at this point for both Marvel and my­self,” she said.

But she feels the stu­dio’s list of planned projects could make it dif­fi­cult for them to plan a Black Wi­dow movie. “Marvel has a re­ally huge ros­ter. They’re look­ing four years ahead. I also have a lot of things to do. If I did it, I’d ded­i­cate my­self com­pletely to make it amaz­ing. It would have to be the best ver­sion, the movie could pos­si­bly be. Oth­er­wise, I would never do it,” she said.

I also have a lot of things that I want to do. If I did it, I would ded­i­cate my­self com­pletely to mak­ing it amaz­ing

SCAR­LETT JO­HANS­SON, AC­TOR

PHOTO:MARIO ANZUONI/ REUTERS

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