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Scarlett Johansson kicks off 'SNL' by delivering a sexy lullaby before she later searches for love as her superhero character Black Widow.
New mom Johansson and fellow new parent Kenan Thompson won't let parenthood stop them from partying in the 'Saturday Night Live' promo video.
The 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' star has teamed up with co-star Jeremy Renner to promote a new Feeding America PSA campaign.
The adaptation of cyberpunk manga is expected to start shooting in January or February for a planned April 2017 release.
'I always really hate it when actors or people in the spotlight make giant grandiose statements about parenthood because it's so, so personal,' so said the actress.
Scarlett showed off her legs and cleavage in a black strapless gown while Elizabeth looked sophisticated wearing a white top and a flowing long skirt with front high slit.
The upcoming hosting gig will mark Johansson's fourth time hosting the show following her last back in 2010.
Scarlett rocked neon pink jumpsuit with floral cutouts, Shailene wore tight striped top paired with high-waisted pants, while Cara donned a purple flowy mini dress with a sleek hairstyle.
The Black Widow depicter is courted to play a lead role in a remake that will be a part of Universal's bigger Monsters universe.
The Black Widow of 'The Avengers' has defended John following their awkward encounter at the Oscars where she was seen giving him a side-eye when he kissed her on the cheek.
Another L.A.-based band with the same name has issued a cease-and-desist order to the 'Avengers' actress' reps, alleging copyright infringement.
The Black Widow of 'The Avengers' gives the 'Hairspray' actor a side-eye as she reacts half-heartedly to his friendly gesture.
Meanwhile, Jared Leto, Olivia Munn, Cate Blanchett, and Julianne Moore make the pink carpet at the Independent Spirit Awards gets more colorful with their vibrant numbers.
The super group, which also consists of Holly Miranda, Kendra Morris and Julia Haltigan, releases their first single 'Candy' that's produced by TV on Radio's Dave Sitek.
The actress teases in a new magazine interview that more of Black Widow's sad past will be revealed in the upcoming highly-anticipated movie.