The Black Widow is going to see green — and a lot of it.
Scarlett Johansson has finally landed a $15 million salary for an upcoming standalone movie centered on her Marvel character, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
That is the same amount that Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth got for playing Captain America and Thor in this year's "Avengers: Infinity War," as well as for their most recent standalone movies "Captain America: Civil War" and "Thor: Ragnarok."
Marvel, however, told THR in a statement that it "disputes the accuracy of these numbers, and as a matter of policy, we never publicly disclose salaries or deal terms."
If the salary figure is correct, it's a huge amount for a character's first standalone movie. Robert Downey Jr. only made $500,000 for the first "Iron Man," and Chadwick Boseman reportedly received $2 million for "Black Panther."Brie Larson is making $5 million for the upcoming "Captain Marvel," but also signed a seven-movie deal.
Johansson has appeared in six Marvel Cinematic Universe movies: "Iron Man 2,""Avengers,""Captain America: The Winter Soldier,""Avengers: Age of Ultron,""Captain America: Civil War," and "Infinity War." She will also return in "Avengers 4."
The Black Widow movie will be directed by Cate Shortland and is rumored to be a prequel set before the events of "Avengers." It currently has no release date.