Scarlett Johansson confirms 'Black Widow' will finally address what happened in Budapest

Although Scarlett Johansson is not sharing many spoilers for the upcoming “Black Widow” film, she did manage to let something slip recently.

During a recent late night appearance, the Oscar winner managed to dodge Jimmy Fallon’s pressure campaign about what happens in her upcoming movie, “Black Widow.” But she did reveal that the franchise will finally address a mystery that was introduced in the first “Avengers” movie.

“You finally get to know what happens in Budapest,” Johansson dished.

For Marvel fans, the Budapest Operation was mentioned in 2012’s “The Avengers,” when Johansson’s Black Widow and Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye discuss the super-secret mission only in passing. The mission remained a secret during Monday’s interview, with Johansson admittedly too scared to go further into detail about it, remarking to Fallon, “I can’t! I can’t say anything!”

Johansson also acknowledged that “Black Widow” is something Marvel fans have demanded for nearly a decade.

“I’m nervous about it — it’s like a nervous excitement,” Johansson said. “We’ve been sitting on this film for over a year and it’s been 10 years in the making.”

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Johansson said she’s “super proud” of the film, adding, “It really is a great movie to see in the theater because it’s super cinematic, explosive, loud, fun … passionate. It’s really great. It’s explosive!”

“Black Widow” will be released in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9.

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