Scarlett Johansson Reportedly Getting Big Paycheck For Black Widow Movie

BLACK WIDOW Earns $15 Million Payday for SCARLETT JOHANSSON - Report

Scarlett Johansson Getting Equal Pay for 'Black Widow' Standalone Film (Report)

Following it learned she is the highest paid actress of 2018, it's learned Scarlett Johansson will get a massive pay out for the Marvel Studios Black Widow movie that is now in development.

Johansson's Black Widow payday will reportedly match the salary earned by Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth for each of their respective performances as Captain America and Thor in Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers 4, and in their latest solo films Civil War and Ragnarok. As detailed by The Hollywood Reporter, Johansson is set to receive $15 million for a standalone Black Widow movie.

For comparison, Robert Downey Jr earned only $500,000 for the first Iron Man film in 2008, when his career was in a very different place. Brie Larson was offered $5 million for Captain Marvel, but her high price tag came along with a seven-picture deal that proves she'll be the new star of the MCU.

Avengers: Infinity War made over $2 billion at the global box office - one of the highest figures for any movie in history. She was first a villain of Iron-Man, and worked for the Russians before defecting to the U.S. and joining the Avengers.

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Next year's Avengers 4 - believed to be titled Avengers: Annihilation - is expected to do similar business, following the last movie's shocking cliffhangers. It was an emotional day to say the least.

In a March interview with The New York Times, the actor hinted that he was thinking about leaving the role, saying, "You want to get off the train before they push you off". A brief glimpse of Captain America's white suit can also be seen to the lower right of the image.

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