Scarlett Johansson on returning back to MCU: ‘ That chapter is over’
Scarlett Johansson has seemingly waved goodbye to her MCU’s character Black Widow as she doesn’t want to come back to studio for future projects.
During her recent sitting with the host and fellow Marvel co-star Gwyneth Paltrow on The Good Podcast Johansson revealed her plans on return to Marvel films.
“I’m done,” Johansson said. “That chapter is over. I did all that I had to do. Also coming back and playing a character again and again, over a decade of time, is such a unique experience.”
After that Johansson asked Paltrow if she was done with Marvel movies, Paltrow responded “I think so. I mean, I didn’t die so they can always ask me.”
“I think you may come back at some point,” Johansson quipped.
“Really?” Paltrow said as she was seemingly surprised. “A 64-year-old Pepper Potts? How great.”
Johansson added, “100% that’s happening. I can see it. They’re never gonna let you go. Break out that wig, baby.”
Johansson kicked off her career in the MCU with her iconic role Natasha Romanoff in 2010’s Iron Man 2, which also starred Paltrow as Pepper Potts.
The character of Black Widow was killed in 2019’s Avengers: Endgame, but the actress returned to MCU for a standalone prequel movie, Black Widow.