Scarlett Johansson

“He left the studio," the “Black Widow” star recently told Dax Shepard and Monica Padman. "He needed a break."
"Not a lot of people make that connection," the "Black Widow" actor admitted.
The stars were out on the purple carpet in Los Angeles for the culmination of over a decade of films, as the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to an end in “Avengers: Endgame”. The feeling was both celebratory and bittersweet amongst the actors who have played these roles across 22 films.
Ariana Grande, Scarlett Johansson, Emma Stone, Ben Affleck, Carrie Fisher and Elisabeth Moss and are just some of the celebrities who found love on the set of “Saturday Night Live.”
The “Black Widow” star had quite a biting comment when Drew Barrymore showed her a high school yearbook photo of her husband.
Scarlett Johansson has settled her lawsuit against Disney for releasing “Black Widow” simultaneously in theaters and on its Disney+ streaming service.
"Ordering fresh mint mouthwash — extra strength," Alexa blurts out when the couple wakes up in the morning.
This is despite the “Saturday Night Live” "Weekend Update" co-anchor describing himself as a “great babysitter.”
“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.