The Marvel Cinematic Universe is effectively what might be compared to filling in as a elected official. You don’t will have a private life or do anything you desire, you simply serve at the joy of the general population as a represetative of the greatest movie establishment on the planet. Until you hang up your hero suit, you are presently not An Actor or even A Person, you’re a Hulk or a Spider-Man or a Happy Hogan. On the off chance that you make a film in your MCU expression, it’s not The Judge, featuring Robert Downey Jr., it’s The Judge, featuring a shaved Tony Stark for reasons unknown. When you leave the MCU, however, you’re allowed to return to carrying on with your own life and doing anything you desire.
For two of the MCU’s most recently retired stars, that implies nerding out like a few geeks and doing some conventional non-establishment acting (and furthermore, for one of them, some suing). We’re talking a film that does not depend on anything and isn’t a spin-off of anything. It’s not so much as a prequel to anything. It’s simply… a film. The two acting geeks we’re discussing are Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson, who are presently both liberated from the pressing factors of the MCU—conceivably briefly, for one of them—and are at long last ready to hit you up, know, acting. They’re actors.
On the off chance that it appears as though we’re utilizing a ton of words to say “Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans are doing a new movie together,” we ought to clarify that we don’t have a clue about a ton about the film they’re making. The Hollywood Reporter says it’s considered Ghosted and that it’s an “adventure movie”in the vein of Romancing The Stone for Apple, with Deadpool’s Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick composing and Rocketman’s Dexter Fletcher coordinating, however that is all we know. Apparently Romancing The Stone-style experience motion pictures are the up and coming thing. Move over, hero motion pictures. You have a place in the garbage with cowpoke films and grown-up shows.