Kevin Feige suggests a “top secret” Marvel project

Scarlett Johansson was a toast to the city at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where the actress became the 35th recipient of the American Cinematheque Award. Marvel boss Kevin Feige was among those present to pay tribute to Johansson and teased in the process a “top secret” Marvel project with the actress that is not related to Black Widow.

As reported by Deadline, Feige began by praising Johansson for her “talent,” “vision,” “intelligence and savvy,” as an actor and producer, and that was when he hinted at a “top secret Marvel Studios project” that the studio is back in business with the actress who has nothing to do with her Black Widow character, Natasha Romanoff. Feige pointed out that Johansson is the first Marvel actress to produce one of the studio’s films with Black Widow, and that she will serve in that capacity again on an upcoming Marvel project. Since the project is “top secret”, he did not reveal what the project would be at the ceremony. Here’s what Feige had to say:

“Scarlett has lent her talent and stardom to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for over a decade. That she has chosen to play a key role in it for so many years, I am very grateful for. Working with her has truly been one of the most memorable and rewarding collaborations in my career. “

Given how things went a few months ago between Disney and Johansson regarding her lawsuit against the studio surrounding the release of Black Widow, it’s great to see everyone take it well together here. To be fair, Johansson’s legal battle was with Disney and not with Marvel Studios or Kevin Feige, so I would assume she had his full support when it came to getting what she owed. Johansson claimed in his lawsuit that Disney broke her contract by releasing Black widow at Disney + and in cinemas at the same time. The first response to the lawsuit was very ugly, and it played out very publicly, but it was ultimately settled with the actress allegedly earning $ 40 million in the process. The lawsuit was not filed at the event and everything seems to be going well even with Disney as Johansson is still involved in their The tower of terror movie.

In terms of this special award, Johansson is in good company, as the honorary winners, who go back to 1986, include Spike Lee, Bradley Cooper, Charlize Theron, Robert Downey Jr., Reese Witherspoon, George Clooney, Martin Scorsese, Julia Roberts, and many more. Johansson seems more than worthy to be a part of this club.

What “top secret” Marvel project do YOU ​​think Johansson is working on with Kevin Feige?

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