At the end of this year, Scarlett Johansson will be honored with the American Cinemateque Award, whose delivery ceremony will take place on November 18th in Beverly Hills. The award comes thanks to the great diversity of roles played over the course of a very prestigious career and to his reputation as a “talented artist”.
Rick Nicita, the head of the awards for the American Cinemateque, said of the choice to award the Black Widow actress: ” Scarlett Johansson’s career embodies the essence of the American Cinemateque Award. Her immense talent has shone since the debut film when she was just a child to become a blockbuster megastar. He’s starred in bold independent films with top-tier directors, starred in major Hollywood franchises, accepted starring and supporting roles in big and small budget films. Wherever he lights up the screen with his presence, the public knows that they will always see an artist committed and dedicated to the maximum of his faculties. We can’t wait to see the next part of Scarlett Johansson’s wonderful career. “
Last year the non-profit organization honored director Spike Lee.
The arrival in the cinemas of Black Widow is very close now and the first reviews of the critics have already come out, which are largely promoting the Marvel Studios film, the first to arrive in the cinema after more than two years, that is, since the release of Avengers: Endgame (as Spider-Man: Far From Home is distributed by Sony). The film is supposed to be a kind of farewell for Scarlett Johansson’s character, but we don’t know for sure if she will no longer appear within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.