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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!
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Back in March scarlett did the photoshoot for Parade Magazine – April 2020 cover to at the time to promote Black Widow. We got a new interview and photoshoot at this time only three outtakes have come out and just the magazine cover but I am still looking for the rest of the scans.

Parade Magazine – Not far from her home in New York City, on a sunny day in early March, Scarlett Johansson pops in for her Parade photo shoot after dropping off her 5-year-old daughter, Rose, at school. (This interview and photo shoot occurred before the coronavirus quarantine.) A little later, she’ll pick up Rose and return to the uptown apartment she also shares with her fiancé, Saturday Night Live co-head writer and “Weekend Update” co-anchor Colin Jost.

Oh, it’s pretty much just a typical weekday (when such days were possible just six weeks or so ago), though “typical” is a relative term when you’re an acclaimed, world-renowned actress, and your new movie, Black Widow, is shaping up to be a fall smash.

Indeed, with all due respect to one of her baseball heroes—Hall of Fame-bound superstar Derek Jeter of her beloved New York Yankees—Johansson is the one delivering big hits these days. At 35, the former child star is the top female box-office draw in the world, having brought in more than $14 billion in global ticket sales. She’s proven herself a master at comedy (Sing), action (Lucy) and awards-bait drama (her impressive Oscar-nominated 2019 twofer of Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit). And she’s done it while winning legions of fans as the Russian-KGB-assassin-turned-crime-fighting-Avenger Black Widow in seven Marvel movies. With Black Widow, she finally gets to star in her own.

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Join Oscar nominated filmmaker Noah Baumbach, and Oscar nominees Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver and Laura Dern, as we take an intimate look at bringing the pages of Marriage Story to life.

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Back in May the 2020 Teen Choice Awards took place virtually this year and Avengers:Endgame was up for movie of the year and won the award. As thanks to the show we got a funny as hell video with all the original 6 Avengers being there crazy self’s. You can watch the video below.

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Zoe Bell got a ton of her friends together to play a game of who can kick the shit out of each other without being in the same room. As Zoe and Scarlett’s long term stunt double Heidi Moneymaker and great friends she got Scarlett to make a appearance in the video and its a funny as hell.

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At long long LONG last the Alternative vormir Death scene is available to be seen thanks to Disney+ that launched in March in the UK with a ton of new deleted scenes from Avengers: Endgame why they could not have just not added them to the Blu-Ray I don’t no but I was able to get Screen Captures from it before it stop you doing that. This version is far more a fight for Nat and Clint and less emotions but for me I love this one far more then what we got in the movie and it was just a better ending to Nat for me. They are not full HQ Screen Captures but they are not bad and are now up in the gallery. Now when will all the other bits we have seen clips of but not in full come out?.

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Marvel released a special edition box set of all 23 movies called Infinity Saga Box Set last year in the US and it will come out November 2, 2020 in the UK costing £399.99. With all the movies comes a 1 hour long disk containing new deleted scenes from the movies that had not been seen untill now. As the US got it last year I have after some time looking got my hands on the download for the disk and Scarlett appears in two of the deleted scenes. The first in Avengers: Age Of Ultron in a Alternate Ending and you can see just how pregnant she was when filming the movie and the other for Avengers: Infinity War when she finds the hulk. I do wish they had kept in the hulk one as it made for more sense for the next movie. Full 1080p Blu-Ray Screen Captures from both are now up in the gallery.

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Total Film – One of the virtues of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been its adaptability. The franchise’s superhero movies have frequently been moulded to surprising genre choices, like paranoid thriller (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), heist movie (Ant-Man), high-school comedy (Spider-Man: Homecoming) and psychedelic space fantasy (Thor: Ragnarok).

Black Widow – which recently had its original intended release date postponed because of the impacts of the coronavirus – once again uses another unexpected format. “One of the themes of the film is family,” says star Scarlett Johansson in the upcoming issue of our sister publication Total Film magazine. “What is family? How does it define us? How does our past define us? How does our family – however we define it – make up who we are, for better or worse?”

Natasha, the Avengers’ rogue operative, will find herself in a very unexpected assignment… a family drama. “I think part of Kevin Feige’s genius is that he always thinks about what fans expect out of these films and then gives them something that they never could’ve dreamed of,” adds Johansson. “The idea of Natasha Romanoff in a family drama is the least expected thing, and I had to wrap my head around what that was going to be because there’s such a big tonal shift.”

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I was able to find a download from the 92nd Annual Academy Awards that took place on February 08th, Scarlett was front row but of to the left so you did not get to see her much other then when she was up for the awards or congratulating someone. These are not the best quality but still nice to see.

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The first lot of movie stills for Scarlett’s upcoming movie Black Widow are now out and I have added them all into the galley for you all.

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Scarlett Johansson looks back on playing Black Widow in films spanning a decade.

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Go behind the scenes of Scarlett’s Entertainment Weekly April 2020 cover shoot.

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Scarlett was featured on the cover of Entertainment Weekly – April 2020 to promote Black Widow, With came with big interview and amazing new photoshoot.

EW.com – Johansson readies for battle the way a veteran doctor scrubs in for surgery or an astronaut gears up for her eighth space flight. Hair drawn back in a tidy braid, she barely glances down at Natasha Romanoff’s familiar black catsuit as she buckles every buckle and zips every zipper with rhythmic efficiency. Squeezed into a closet-size armory on a Manhattan Beach soundstage, Johansson’s assassin-turned-Avenger is surrounded by all the guns, knives, and glossy wigs a superspy could ever need. She moves like she’s been doing this for a decade — because she has.

But this is something new: There’s no Captain America or Hawkeye to assist her, no S.H.I.E.L.D. backup waiting out of sight. This is Black Widow’s long-awaited solo movie, set in the turmoil between the all-star superhero team’s breakup in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War and their reunion in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War. The mission she’s prepping for is personal, as the former Russian agent is going up against opponents from her past. When a fellow Widow, Rachel Weisz’s Melina, wonders how they’ll tackle one particularly formidable foe, Natasha replies, “Just get me close to him.” It’s not an arrogant quip or a self-congratulatory boast, just a matter-of-fact threat from a spy who is very, very good at her job.

Then, just as Johansson pulls on her last glove with a satisfying snap…darkness. The studio has lost power; in the dark, someone calls out for flashlights. After a quick investigation, the production crew discovers the blackout is not the work of a diabolical supervillain but a blown transformer nearby. Natasha’s mission will have to wait a little while longer — but that’s all right. Black Widow knows how to wait.

When Johansson made her debut as Black Widow in 2010’s Iron Man 2, the then-nascent Marvel Cinematic Universe was more like a small galaxy. Today, it stands as the most profitable film franchise of all time, a sprawling, 20-plus-film juggernaut that’s demolished box office records and turned obscure comic characters into marquee names. Among them is Romanoff, the scarlet-haired superspy without superpowers.

Johansson’s portrayal became an immediate fan favorite, thanks to her sarcasm and general penchant for ass-kicking, plus her dramatic evolution — she goes from playing Tony Stark’s undercover personal assistant to Avengers founding member to savior of the universe.

Now, after 10 years and seven movies, this spider is finally playing solitaire. Cate Shortland directs the Black Widow stand-alone film (out May 1), a prequel that follows Nat before — spoiler alert! — she sacrificed herself to thwart Thanos in last year’s Avengers: Endgame. The Natasha we’ve known has usually preferred to look ahead instead of behind: First trained to be a killer as a young girl in the secret Soviet Red Room program, she worked as an assassin and KGB agent on some less-than-heroic missions. She’s since devoted her life to more virtuous pursuits, whether that’s foiling alien invasions (several times) or teaching Hulk self-care. Now she’s forced to reexamine her history — and past trauma — when she’s drawn into a Red Room-related conspiracy. “I thought it was interesting to explore this part of her life before she rejoins the Avengers, before she makes that ultimate sacrifice,” Johansson, 35, explains. “How does she become this full person from all these broken pieces?”

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