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Meanwhile, the mom-to-be actress says she is currently 'stunt training' and ready for the filming scheduled to begin next month.
Joss Whedon is expected to film Black Widow's scenes earlier before proceeding with the other characters in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'.
The 'Lost in Translation' actress did not show signs that she was heavily pregnant when attending an event late last month.
Johansson explains in a statement that she has decided to step down from her position as Oxfam's ambassador because of 'a fundamental difference of opinion.'
The 'Her' star can be seen making sultry facial expressions while sipping the drink in the 30-second spot which will air during the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 2.
The performance that earned her Best Actress title at the Rome Film Festival is sadly declared ineligible to be included in the upcoming nominations of 2014 Golden Globe Awards.
Johansson opts for a flower and medallion print mini dress, while her co-star Mara goes with a semi-sheer white frock.
In the interview for her cover story, the 'Don Jon' star opens up about her relationship with fiance Romain Dauriac and how he changes her into a jealous person.
The 'Hitchcock' actress ensnares unsuspected male loners on the road by offering a free ride and then luring them to bed.
The 'Under the Skin' actress confirms her engagement report but says she and her fiance 'haven't chosen a date for the wedding.'
The 'We Bought a Zoo' actress was reportedly proposed by her journalist beau about a month ago with a vintage Art Deco ring.
The BAFTA-winning actress is on hand for the promo effort of her new film at Palazzo del Cinema in Italy.
The Golden Globe-nominated actress portrays an alien in human form in the movie version of Michael Faber's novel of the same name.
The actress thinks the politician 'would make a wonderful president' because of her maternal instinct.
Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, which also features cameo appearance from Channing Tatum and Anne Hathaway, will grace big screens in the U.S. on September 27.