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Welcome to Scarlett Johansson Fan, your online resource dedicated to the two time Oscar Nominated actress Scarlett Johansson. You may know Scarlett from her Oscar nominated roles in "JoJo Rabbit", "Marriage Story" and her 10 years as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow in the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" and her own movie coming out in May "Black Widow". It is our aim to bring you all the latest news, photos, information and much more on Scarlett's career. We hope you enjoy your stay!
June 20, 2021  Abby No comments Black Widow, Gallery Updates

David Harbour + Dad Jokes = ? Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” is now available for tickets and pre-orders. Experience it July 9. Marvel.com/BlackWidow

June 20, 2021  Abby No comments Black Widow

The full ET video was just post by them and it has a lot more of the interview with Scarlett and Florence as well as adding in interviews with David Harbour and O-T Fagbenle that were not in the first video. The only thing with this one is they have taken a lot of the on set footage out. But Scarlett and Florence are just to cute for this world.

Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour and O-T Fagbenle chat with ET’s Nischelle Turner on the set of ‘Black Widow,’ in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9. The cast brings Marvel fans up to speed on where the movie takes place on the MCU timeline, while Scarlett reflects on what playing Natasha Romanoff for a decade has meant to her. David Harbour reacts to comparisons between his character and Chris Evans’ Captain America. He jokes, ‘I really am ‘America’s ass’ when you think about it.’

June 17, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates

The new issue of SFX Magazine – July is out now and Black Widow has a 4 page spread in it, No new photos unfortunately and no new full interviews but still a nice peace to have a little read of. You can find the digital scans from it in the gallery now.

June 17, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow

The press got to see Black Widow last night and so far people are loving it.

denofgeek – Early viewers of Marvel’s Black Widow have praised the film’s perfect balance of action, espionage, and Florence Pugh.

It’s been awhile since we’ve all been able to see a Marvel film in theaters. In fact, it’s been two years, two weeks, and one day since Spider-Man: Far From Home premiered. Now, Marvel’s Black Widow is set to end that pandemic-induced drought when it arrives in theaters (and on Disney+) Friday, July 9.

Marvel has restarted its blockbuster machine on television already, of course. WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and now Loki have all been creative and commercial hits for Disney+. But will the studio be able to recapture that blockbuster energy on the big screen with Black Widow?

Well, according to the first social media reactions, the answer to that is a resounding “yes.” A handful of critics and Marvel fans have already seen the latest film starring Scarlett Johnasson as the titular Black Widow. The embargo for their social media impressions lifted today at 12 p.m. Here are what some Black Widow viewers had to say.

One thing that jumps out from these first reactions is how impressed many critics are by the film’s action sequences. As its characters have grown immensely more powerful in recent films, Marvel has sometimes struggled to properly depict the physics of all these fights among beings with God-like powers. Since Natasha Romanoff is a mortal spy, Black Widow has an opportunity to present more Earthbound and reasonable combat. Based on these reactions, it seems that the film has done exactly that.

Comparisons to John Wick and James Bond films abound in these posts, which is certainly a positive sign for any vaccinated individual prepared to head back to the movies. These reviews also single out Florence Pugh’s performance as Yelena Belova. Director Cate Shortland has previously said that Natasha will “hand the baton” to Yelena as Black Widow in this film, and many viewers are excited at the prospect for more of the character in the MCU. Pugh is also on the verge of major movie stardom, if she’s not there already. Marvel was lucky to nab her when they did.

BrandonDavisBD
#BlackWidow is one of Marvel’s best solo films. Start to finish, the movie is great. Excellent surprises, emotional character moments, bad-ass action, and Scarlett Johansson finally gets to pour everything into the role.
Director Cate Shortland nailed it. Bravo. Yes, #BlackWidow has a post-credits scene (Maybe 2, I think?)

JacobDFilm
#BlackWidow was better than I thought it would be!
Although there’s some excellent action, what pulled me in was the really powerful themes & character moments the film presented.
Easily Scarlett’s best performance as Nat, and Florence Pugh is brilliant as Yelena.

elmayimbe
Marvel movies are back and Phase 4 kicks off with the very entertaining and action-packed #BlackWidow. Giving us a long-overdue look at Natasha’s backstory, with solid performances throughout and thrilling set pieces that demand you see this movie on the biggest screen possible.

Hectorisfunny
I got to see #BlackWidow last night, and as someone who has been waiting since 2010 to see Natasha Romanoff get her own movie, it was well worth the wait.
The actions rips, the emotion hits and the new characters joining the MCU are standouts. MORE BLACK WIDOW MOVIES PLEASE!

rob_keyes
I watched #BlackWidow yesterday and it’s as refreshingly different to other Marvel Studios releases as it is to just have these big movies back. The leads are awesome and the story does some unexpected things. It’s the most adult MCU release yet, but still offers a few laughs.

NextBestPicture
BLACK WIDOW is an adrenaline-filled spy film with tons of action, breakneck pacing & an engaging supporting cast. Seeing Scarlett Johansson finally & deservedly have her moment in the MCU feels great but Florence Pugh is the MVP. Nothing bold or daring but it will satisfy fans.

MamasGeeky
Black Widow is full of incredible action sequences & it is so good to see Natasha again — even if she feels like a side character sometimes. @Florence_Pugh steals the show. Her chemistry with Scarlett Johansson makes the movie what it is & provides a lot of laughs! #BlackWidow

BenMkWrites
#BlackWidow is another epic entry in the #MCU. The bond between #Natasha & #YelenaBelova is a solid anchor for the film, as is their #Incredibles-like dynamic with #Melina and #RedGuardian. Also, kudos to @MarvelStudios for making #Taskmaster more than just a faceless adversary.

noradominick
#BlackWidow might be one of my favorite solo origin movies in the MCU. There’s something about seeing Natasha finally get her story that made me emotional in all the best ways. Also, Florence Pugh was born for the MCU, and her dynamic with Scarlett is a triumph

June 17, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates

Back in 2019 entertainment tonight got to go to London and see the filming of Black Widow and have some interviews with the cast and they can at last release it for us all to see. The video has some behind the scenes new footage and a cute little interview with Scarlett and Florence. You can watch the video below and caps are up in the gallery for you all.

June 15, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Interviews

Marvel – Academy Award-nominated actress Scarlett Johansson first made her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in 2010 with Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 2, and over ten years later, in 2021, audiences will discover her character Natasha Romanoff’s story outside of the Avengers with the release of Black Widow, in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9.

Not much is known about Natasha Romanoff, but as an elite super spy, she prefers it that way. What we do now know is that she’s done running from her past, and that the Avengers weren’t her first family.

In Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.

FROM EVERYTHING TO NOTHING
Black Widow immediately picks up after the events of Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War. During an intimate press discussion on the set of Black Widow, Johansson reminisced that as an operative, Natasha has always been part of this “greater whole,” whether it was part of the Red Room, or S.H.I.E.L.D., or the Avengers. She’s been part of some unit or makeshift family, but now “after Civil War, it’s all gone. Everything is gone. And for the first time ever, really just on her own.”

This predicament presented challenges that intrigued Johansson. “She doesn’t have to return to anything,” remarked Johansson, “which is a pretty terrifying place to be when you’ve been attached to something for so long.”

A TEAM OF ONE
“When you find her at the beginning of the film, she’s just broken,” shared Johansson, “and by the end of the film, the goal is to put her back together, but different from before.”

While the elite super spy known as Black Widow, now on the run as a fugitive, has always been self-sufficient, with connections everywhere, she’s finally presented an opportunity to just walk it all back, but can she?

It was important to Johansson that the solo Black Widow film was not an origin film. In her discussions with producer Kevin Feige and executive producer Brad Winderbaum, they felt this timeline was the best point in Natasha’s story to tell.

In their discussions, they realized what they wanted to explore was the relationship between Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff and Florence Pugh’s Yelena. Johansson had no interest in the story of “two women competing against one another, trying to take each other down, dethroning one another.” In Black Widow, we witness the love shared in the space of sisterhood.

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June 15, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Interviews

collider – From the set of ‘Black Widow’ back in 2019, Johansson talks about her character’s long journey.

In 2019, Disney brought Collider and a few other journalists to London to visit the set of their highly anticipated new MCU movie Black Widow, which was in production at the time. Little did we know that the film’s planned 2020 release date would be pushed back over a year, making the wait for the Black Widow movie even longer.

Black Widow is now due to cinemas on July 9, 2021 (as well as being simultaneously released on Disney+ via Premier Access), which means we can finally share what we learned while on the Black Widow set. We were fortunate enough to speak with several people who worked on the film, including Black Widow herself Scarlett Johansson, who has portrayed Natasha Romanov (the titular Black Widow), since 2010.

We spoke with Johansson about legacy of Natasha in the MCU and how the character has evolved since her debut in Iron Man 2, and how her characterization in that film was hypersexualized. We also discussed her relationship with her sister-not-sister Yelena Belova, played in the film by Florence Pugh, and how the relationship between Natasha and Yelena changed before filming began.

So, Yelena seems to be a key part of Natasha’s redemption arc. Could you talk a little bit about that potential?
SCARLETT JOHANSSON: Yeah. We knew we wanted to include the Yelena character really early on, but that character really transformed over the months of prep that we did and development. The character kind of felt very — I don’t know how to say this. I guess what I would say is that the story of two women competing against one another and trying to take each other down and sort of dethrone one another felt uninteresting. It just didn’t feel like what I wanted to explore and I think what, really, audiences wanted to see. It just felt very old fashioned and not true, and so taking that feeling and running with that instinct, the relationship developed into what it is, which is it’s a relationship that I think is grounded in a shared experience and a knowingness and a sisterhood. With that comes many complicated feelings, of course. Not all good, fuzzy ones, but real grounded ones. It’s a very special relationship. I think it will be very touching for a lot of people. I have a lot of empathy for that relationship and for both of those characters’ history and trauma, and that shared history, as dark as it is, brings them together and there’s a lot of love between them. But, their relationship is also contentious and everything else that comes with that kind of sisterly relationship.
I think Natasha has a lot of compassion and that’s not necessarily what I would have anticipated when we were filming Iron Man 2 or Avengers or whatever. You’ve seen glimpses of it and it’s developed over time, as we’ve been able to bring the character to the forefront in different instillaments, but she’s a very compassionate person and that passion is actually what drives a lot of her decision making. I mean, she’s also practical and pragmatic and I don’t think those two things have to necessarily work against each other. That part of her is what really touches me.

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June 11, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates, Interviews

And the magazine scans keep coming out this month. I have added two new one’s that both had Scarlett on the cover the first is Slim Magazine – June 2021 and the other is Oean Drive – June 2021 that has on the cover the photo of that shoot I desperately want. both of them are for Black Widow promo with new interviews with Scarlett. You can find the digital scans from both in the gallery now.

June 11, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates

And to finish of the day of Black Widow updates we have 4 new posters that have been released, I love that they all have new promo photos of Scarlett and I hope we get them at some point. You can see them all in the gallery now.

June 11, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates

We have a new Black Widow featurette called Ready Set Action it has a new interviews with the cast, behind the scene and new footage from the movie. And my god is this movie going to Break me I can just see it. You can watch it below and screen captures are in the gallery now.

June 11, 2021  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates

Great news you can now pre-order your tickets and on Disney+ for Black Widow at long long long long last. And we got a little fun video with Scarlett, David and Florence telling you to do it. Who is getting it on D+ and who is going to the cinema? I’m getting it on D+.