Written By: Ken Hulsey
It was already a forgone conclusion that busty actress Scarlett Johansson would be poured into the vinyl once again to reprise her role as the Black Widow in the upcoming "Avengers" movie. What was not expected were Marvel Studios' plans to give the actress her own superhero franchise.
Marvel has just announced that after the release of "The Avengers" in 2012, Johansson and her sexy superspy character will be given their own series of films.
Kevin Feige, head of Marvel Studios, announced at a press event this week, "We've already started discussions with Scarlett about the idea of a solo movie and have begun putting together concepts, but "The Avengers" comes first."
As most of you know, Johansson made quite a splash playing the Black Widow this past summer in "Iron Man 2" and will join Robert Downey, Jr., Samuel L. Jackson and Mark Ruffalo in "The Avengers"
The curvy actress is reportedly ecstatic about playing the character again, and she feels more than ready to the role to the next level in a solo outing, remarking, "(I) would be happy to don the cat suit again and, you know, carry the torch"
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