Scarlett Johansson’s involvement with the legendary role of superspy Natasha Romanoff, popularly known as Black Widow, marked the end of an era. So it’s no surprise that the 36-year-old American actress was overcome with emotion on the final day of filming for Black Widow. Scarlett Johansson’s relationship with the famous character of Black Widow began in 2010 with the Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster picture Iron Man 2. The character of Romanoff then became an essential component of the seven Marvel superhero flicks. Scarlett Johansson had earlier given an official sendoff to Natasha in “Avengers: Endgame” which was released on April 26, 2019. The movie shows Natasha Romanoff sacrificing her life.
“It was made even more painful because Heidi Moneymaker, my longstanding stunt colleague who has been with me on this trip for ten years, it was also her last day as Black Widow,” a tearful Scarlett Johansson revealed.
“As a result, her presence was entirely appropriate. And we simply took a moment to reflect on the last decade and what we’ve accomplished together. We were overcome with emotion.”Scarlett also wanted for seven ‘final days’ in films. “I feel like there have been seven ‘final days’ for me on these projects,” Johansson explained.
Scarlett Johansson stated in a media interview that she was sobbing on the last day of filming, despite having pneumonia some of the time
“The last thing I shot for this film was actually when Natasha and Taskmaster come together for their final fight beat,” Scarlett Johansson said.
“I was fully on an inhaler at that point crawling towards the finish line of the MCU.”