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[See VIDEO] Scarlett Johansson Kills It On Saturday Night Live

She is promoting the new Avengers movie which already brought in more than $250 million around the world before its U.S. release on Friday.


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Scarlett Johansson was, as usual, a big hit on Saturday Night Live last night. She made the appearance as part of her promotional campaign for the New movie “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”

This was Johansson’s fourth turn as the show’s guest host.

A lot of other famous people are in the movie too, but who cares about them. We just want more of ScarJo jumping around in a tight black outfit.

You can see her opening monologue here:



She of course did a spoof off the Avengers. It was a pre-recorded mock preview for her much talked about stand alone film as the Marvel Comics hero who she plays, Black Widow. The movie was called “Black Widow: Age of Me.” It is a spoof of “rom coms” in which Black Widow falls in love with the villain Ultron, who happens to be a computer.

In other great news for ScarJo, the new Avengers movie opened on Friday with $85.5 million at the box office in the U.S. and Canada. It is expected to break $200 million in its opening weekend. That’s in addition to the more than $250 million that it took in overall in countries where the movie was released a week earlier.

We hope that Scarlett does not get cramps in her hand from endorsing over all of her royalty checks.

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