Scarlett Johansson Iron Man 2 – Part 2

Scarlett Johansson Iron Man 2

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by Jackie Middleton

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Thankfully, Scarlett didn’t pay any attention to the critics. Scarlett felt a change would do her good, that staying within her comfort zone was not allowing her to grow as an actress. A new challenge? Why not! To prepare for the demanding role of Black Widow, Scarlett began an exercise regime to become healthy & physically fit. This Iron Man flick required an actress who could perform her own risky stunts – acrobatics not for the faint of heart, or those worried about breaking a nail! Scarlett worked really hard to prove that she could play a character different from anything she had done previously. As a result, the film’s director had to take notice. The stereotypical pretty girl? Scarlett was much more than that! By believing in herself & showing her versatility, Scarlett proved all the nay-sayers wrong and won the coveted role of Black Widow! Scarlett Johansson Iron Man 2 villain extraordinaire – she’s wicked, dangerous, mischievous and beautiful!

Iron Man 2 in theatres May 7th!

Check out the trailer for Iron Man 2.

Iron Man 2 Synopsis:
Paramount Pictures and Marvel Entertainment present the highly anticipated sequel to the blockbuster film, “Iron Man”. In “Iron Man 2,” billionaire inventor Tony Stark (Oscar® nominee, Robert Downey Jr.) falls under pressure from the government, the press and the public to share his armored Iron Man technology with the military. Fearing that his secrets will slip into the wrong hands, Tony fights to establish new alliances with the help of Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) & James ‘Rhodey’ Rhodes (Don Cheadle), while powerful new forces threaten to destroy him.

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Jackie Middleton is a freelance writer for Vervegirl.com. Jackie’s unhealthy addiction to pop culture only rivals her love for chocolate. Check out her blog at www.losethatgirl.com.