“I don’t know if she thought it was kind of like a hippie thing,” Jost quipped.
Johansson said the streaming release of the Marvel movie breached her contract and deprived her of potential earnings.
The "Halloween" star defended Johansson against "real-life manipulation" in her legal battle against the studio over the release of "Black Widow."
The Avengers haven’t exactly been quick to publicly assemble around Johansson amid her legal dispute.
The "WandaVision" star said her first thought when she read that her “Avengers” co-star was suing the company was, “Good for you, Scarlett.”
The “Black Widow” star and “Saturday Night Live” writer, who got married last year, gave their newborn son a very interesting name.
Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney for releasing “Black Widow” simultaneously in theaters and on its Disney+ streaming service.
The actor said the decision to simultaneously release the film in theaters and on Disney+ breached her contract and deprived her of potential earnings.
The "Black Widow" actor said it was more of an "underwhelming panic," as opposed to an "overwhelming panic," if that helps.
The actor praised her character's evolution over the past decade ahead of the release of the stand-alone "Black Widow" film.