Since the appearance of Scarlett Johansson in Iron Man 2, The actress made an effort to make her character stand out and gain importance among the rest of the superheroes. Finally, in The Avengers, He managed to prove that he was on a par with his peers and the rest of the films served to deepen his character.

Unfortunately, it took several years for the spy to get her own solo tape, and when Black widow It was finally released, it ended up serving as a platform to introduce Yelena (Florence Pugh) and as a final farewell to the actress. However, the partnership with Marvel-Disney has yet to come to an end.

After Natasha Romanoff’s character sacrificed her life to save humanity in Avengers: Endgame, fans were upset by the way the actress was being fired. At that time a movie about the character was already confirmed, but many considered that it was too late, especially because it was the first female element that the team had.

Black Widow received comments of all kinds, with some thanking to learn more about the spy’s past, and others stating that there was simply no longer an interest in that story, especially since it contributed very little to the expected Phase 4.

But, unfortunately and in a controversial way, the actress sued the company for the dual premiere of the film, which made her lose millions, also being her first project as a producer. Although this legal problem was quite strong, with Disney sending out a statement that many received as sexist and aggressive, both parties managed to reach an agreement. Of course, this was expected to mark the end of an era, but it turns out that Johansson and Marvel weren’t left on as bad terms as previously thought.

Recently, at an event to recognize the trajectory of Scarlett Johansson, he took the opportunity to confirm that they were already in talks so that the interpreter would continue to be part of the Marvel family, but now as a producer.

In an interview with Collider, Johansson explained her new ambition as a producer, which is not limited to Marvel:

I’ve worked for 30 years, which is crazy when I say it out loud, but I think I understand the efficiency of how productions work and how you “slim down” the “fat” in a production and “oil” things. I learned that fish rots from the head, which is very, very true in any creative space, but particularly a production that involves hundreds of people. So yeah, just working with people who want to be there and everyone wants to contribute creatively to the same kind of idea and building that kind of creative family is something that I get really excited about as I produce more and more things for other people.

What do you think of Scarlett Johansson’s statements?