Black Widow aka Natasha Romanoff actress Scarlett Johansson apparently cried when she watched Ever Anderson portray the younger version of her character.
Scarlett Johansson was moved to tears by Ever Anderson's portrayal of a young Natasha Romanoff in the much-awaited solo Black Widow film. Scarlett informed the 13-year-old actress that she cried while witnessing her parts.
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In a new interview, Ever told Yahoo Canada:
She said that I had made her cry in one of my scenes and it was one of the most amazing things ever because she’s such an honored and well-respected actress.
She went on to say that some of her spots were pretty dark, and they really remained with her. It's the kind of stuff you contemplate at night. Ever also discussed following in the footsteps of her parents, Milla Jovovich and filmmaker Paul W.S. Anderson.
As you're likely aware, Milla is well recognized for her role in Paul's Resident Evil films, which he wrote and directed. He also created and directed her most recent film, Monster Hunter, which is currently available on demand.
Meanwhile, the latest MCU star admitted:
Being a child actor means your childhood is definitely different from others. But in the end, I did everything I had to do to prove myself and to prove that [this was] really what I wanted to do.
Ever Anderson is expected to appear next in the upcoming adventure fantasy film Peter Pan & Wendy (2022).