Scarlett Johansson back with Marvel with a "top-secret project"

Scarlett Johansson has received the American Cinematheque Award, presented annually to relevant personalities from the Hollywood industry.

Scarlett Johansson back with Marvel with a "top-secret project"

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Scarlett Johansson has received the American Cinematheque Award, presented annually to relevant personalities from the Hollywood industry. The funny thing about the ceremony is that it served as an official act for the actress and her "ex-boss" Kevin Feige to show that there is no grudge after what happened this year.

In fact, Feige, one of those in charge of paying tribute to Johansson with a speech, has announced by surprise that they are working together again on a project. This is a "top secret" production from Marvel Studios that would have nothing to do with Black Widow, according to Deadline .

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Of the various options we are considering, if it really has nothing to do with Natasha Romanoff, then most likely Johansson will not act as a performer on the project, which could be produced by her. In his speech, the head of Marvel Studios applauded Johansson's talent, vision, intelligence, and skill as an actress and also as a producer. Recall that, despite the conflict between them this year, Johansson will produce and star in the Disney film based on the Tower of Terror at Hollywood Studios.

"Scarlett has offered her talents and the power of her stardom to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for over a decade. I am so grateful that she has chosen to be a linchpin of it for so many years. Working with her has truly been one of the most memorable and fruitful collaborations of my career, " said Feige.

The legal battle between Scarlett Johansson and Disney from July to October was never mentioned. The actress sued the studio for its distribution strategy of ' Black Widow ', which simultaneously reached theaters, and Disney +, which, according to Johansson's accusations, would have diminished its profits. Everything was settled with a settlement of what is said to be more than 40 million dollars for her.

The American Cinematheque Awards

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Jon Favreau, Thomasin Mckenzie, Jamie Lee Curtis, twin Hunter Johansson, Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Downey Jr., and Jeremy Renner were also among those present who honored Scarlett Johansson with words of entertainment.

The American Cinematheque is an award given annually for the purpose of raising funds, and the recipients were Martin Scorsese in 1991, Spike Lee (2020), Charlize Theron (2019), and Nicole Kidman (2003) among many others. The first was awarded in 1986 to Eddie Murphy.

The American Cinematheque is an NGO dedicated to the dissemination and development of the moving image in all its forms. It was created in 1981 and is based, how could it be otherwise, in Los Angeles.