The third "Avengers" movie is still filming down in Atlanta -- starring just about everyone in the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- and Johansson (Black Widow) talked it up while promoting "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
Colbert asked if there was anything Johansson could tell them about "Infinity War" without getting into trouble.
Johansson: "I really can't. I can't think of anything I can possibly say. All right..."
Colbert: "You're in it..."
Johansson: "OK. I am in it. At one point, I do think that the whole, the Infinity Wars, there are I think at one point 61 or 62 Marvel characters in it."
Johansson: "Yeah, there's a lot."
Colbert: "In one scene, there's 61 or 62 Marvel characters?"
Johansson: "I think in one particular scene there's like 32 of us. There's a lot. There are so many of us, I don't know who's a Marvel character and who's like a crew member. Honestly."
Colbert said he might be a Marvel character, since Marvel put him in the Amazing Spider-Man years ago. (It's true.) Johansson said there might be room for him in "Infinity War," so he should come down to set.
"Rough Night" is now in theaters; "Infinity War" opens May 4th, 2018.
[Via: Screen Rant]
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