Jac Schaeffer was hired by Marvel to write the script for the film earlier this year
"Avengers: Infinity War" is the sixth time that Scarlett Johansson starred Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow at the big stage plays screen, and it will not be the last if the actress has anything to say about it. During an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Johansson expressed interest in continuing to play the character and turned to the reports that Marvel eventually developed an independent Black Widow movie.
"I think there is room for it," Johansson said excitedly. "The only option would be if it's something we've never seen before that was really groundbreaking and incredibly tough, I think if anyone could do that, my boss Kevin Feige could do that." He's a visionary. "
" I think it might be something special, "she continued. The character has a tormented past, she had to make many difficult decisions, she has a lot of trauma, she has problems, there's room to work them all out. "
The anticipation of a stand-alone Black Widow Film has intensified in recent years. Johansson played the character in "Iron Man 2" from 2010 and was one of the veterans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The studio announced in January that Jac Schaeffer is writing the script. Schaeffer is a rising screenwriter who is best known for her blacklisted screenplay "The Shower." The details of the film are completely secretive, although a rumor reported by ScreenRant says the film will be a prequel and Sebastian Stan's Bucky / Winter could play Soldier
Johansson is listed as a performer in the untitled fourth "Avengers" Seed List, which was filmed at the same time as "Infinity War" and will be released on May 3, 2019. "Infinity War" is their second release from 2018 after a dubbing role in Wes Anderson's "Isle of Dogs". You can see Johansson's performance on "Ellen" below.