July 31, 2021

Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) in Marvel Studios' BLACK WIDOW, in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access. Photo by Jay Maidment. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.

Why ‘Black Widow’ Writer Eric Pearson Feels Guilty of Post-Credit Scene

Sometimes a screenwriter will sit at a movie premiere and observe a film that doesn’t really reflect their work. Not to mention that Marvel veteran Eric Pearson, who has been fortunate to be involved in projects such as Thor in the throat: Ragnarok and Black Widow, where he spent time on set and rehearsals, which allowed him to write well for the star Scarlett Johansson, Florence Puff, David Harbor And Rachel Weisz.

At one point Pearson finds himself at a dinner table with four giants, each of them screaming out the central family reunion scene ideas from the movie. Pearson went on to write off, and when he returned, filmmaker Kate Shortland chose him to work his thinking ahead – someone who doesn’t consider himself a good actor promises a nerve wracking. It wasn’t for the writer to act on the set. In another instance, Pearson actually read the line at the spot where Hay-T Fagbenle (Mason) who was the teammate of the day which Mason and Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff argued with Budapest pronounced how the shots were sick. (Fagbenel fired towards his end.)