Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, is one of Hollywood’s most powerful people. He has a lot on his plate – overseeing all aspects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and producing films for other studios like “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” That being said, you might not know that he also helped bring Scarlett Johansson to life as Black Widow. In an interview with .marvel .studios .president .kevin .feige .about
Black Widow’s role in Avengers: Infinity War and what it was like working with ScarJo, he shares some insight into how she portrays Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow so well.
Who is Scarlett Johansson?
Scarlett Johansson is one of Hollywood’s most well-known actresses. She has starred in .ghost .in .the .shell, Lucy and other major blockbuster films including The Avengers franchise.
What did Kevin Feige say about Scarlett Johansson?
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Feige has been working with ScarJo since he was involved in the making of her first big Hollywood film, The Horse Whisperer, back in 1998. Scarlett Johansson on Black Widow: Scarlett Johansson doesn’t think she’s done with .scarlett .johansson.doesn’t .think .she’s.
She also said she loved the way Marvel treated female characters, which is “a rarity in Hollywood.”
What has Kevin Feige been doing recently?
Kevin Feige has been busy working on Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel as well as Spider-Man: Homecoming. Scarlett Johansson said that she is committed to adding depth and complexity when it comes to portraying women in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which includes Black Widow as well as her character Natasha Romanov on a.
Scarlett Johansson also said that she would love to see the Black Widow in her own movie, as well as a team-up with other female superheroes such as Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman-she just wants more representation for women at all levels of filmmaking.
“The thing is about making movies like this most well-known actresses. She has starred in .ghost .in .the .shell, Lucy and other major blockbuster films including The Avengers franchise.
“But .the .fact .that she has to carry so much of the burden on her shoulders is an unfair position for any woman. It’s a privilege that I’m in.”
Lady Bird director Greta Gerwig said: “I want equality, I want diversity and representation across all levels,” as well as industry-wide access to. the.tools .needed .to .be.a .maker, and the fundamental right of all people to tell their own stories.
“I want our culture’s filmmakers and content creators – both men and women – .” to feel empowered rather than exhausted,” she said. “A woman gets commissioned for a show or a film . and. then. is. unable to do it because of a pregnancy, or she has financial responsibility for her family.”
The post-speech remarks from Johansson and Feige echo the sentiment expressed by Gerwig at last year’s event that “women who are marginalized in Hollywood face an even steeper climb than their male counterparts.”
Who’s Kevin Feige?
The question in Johansson’s mind was how to get more women filmmakers on board for these franchises.” Then she remembered Feige and his outreach efforts at Marvel. “He would be the person to talk to,” Johansson said. “I’m not a producer. but I can produce this, and we’ll see what happens.”
“She’s a very strong woman,” Johansson said. “I think those are the qualities that she embodies.”
In the interview, Johansson said that she was not “a producer” but it is her mission to find more female filmmakers for Marvel’s projects. . She also discussed her connection with Black Widow and what makes her such a strong character.
Johannson then revealed that Feige has been supportive of this initiative, noting that he is “probably. the person to talk to.”
“I’m not a producer, but I can produce this, and we’ll see what happens,” Johansson said. “We’re all over the world now with Marvel-we have great minds in various fields of expertise that you wouldn’t find at other companies; it’s an extraordinary company to be a part of.” “I have no intention of stopping any time soon; I love what I do,” Johansson continued.
“I’m as motivated and excited, frankly . . . about the projects that I have coming up than ever before.”