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Scarlett Johansson Talks Possibility of Solo Movie for Black Widow

December 12, 2011 (8:34 am) GMT
Speaking of the chance on a spin-off film for the heroine, the 'Avengers' actress says, 'If the fans want it, and the audience wants it, nothing's impossible.'

hasn't yet to be seen as Natasha Romanoff in "", but she has already talked about a possibility of her character getting a solo movie. Speaking to Superhero Hype, the 27-year-old actress revealed it is possible that producer Kevin Paige would greenlight her own Black Widow film.

"I love playing the Widow. I think she's got a very interesting past, a lot of storylines to explore, and certainly Kevin loves the character," she said. "I think that Marvel has a very personal relationship with their fans, and I think if the fans want it, and the audience wants it, nothing's impossible."

The former spouse of actor added, "I would love to explore that option as well. Like I said, I love the character and it would be nice to see something nice and gritty." When asked if she will appear in "", she replied, "I've heard nothing. You know how it goes. Sometimes two days before, it's like 'And here's your next mission.' I have no idea."

After tackling Black Widow in "", Johansson will be seen once again as the heroine when "Avengers" is opened wide in theaters across the United States on May 4, 2012. Before that, she is set to star opposite in "", which is set to come out nationwide on December 23, 2011.


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