It seems like a wave of well-wishes and congratulations are in on their way for Avengers: Endgame actress, Scarlett Johansson. After having dated for two years, she has now gotten engaged to her boyfriend, SNL star, Colin Jost. There is no date that has been set as of now for their wedding Marcel Pariseau, who is Johansson’s publicist has said.
All the fans are now sending across their wishes to Scarlett and her fiance. The couple had made a public outing together for the premiere of the movie, Avengers: Endgame and they had been was photographed looking very happy and comfortable with each other.
For the actress, this marriage would be her third one. She had first been married to the Deadpool actor, Ryan Reynolds and then she was married to the journalist, Romain Dauriac in the year, 2014 and had their daughter, Rose. They had then separated in the year, 2016 and got officially divorced in the year, 2017. In the same year, Scarlett had started dating Colin Jost.
The announcement is surely a very joyful one for all her fans and supporters. The actress had reminded the world of the hardships that tag along with being a celebrity and she had spoken to ET about an experience she had with the paparazzi. After filming a talk show for the promotion of the movie, Avengers: Endgame, she had revealed that the paparazzi had stalked her as she left the set and even broke a lot of traffic laws:
“Yesterday, after leaving the Jimmy Kimmel Show, I was followed by 5 cars full of men with blacked out windows who were running red lights and putting other drivers and pedestrians at risk so they could follow me to find out where I was staying and subsequently stalk me and my young daughter for the duration of my stay,” Johansson had said.
“The paparazzi put people’s lives at risk, so they can wait for days in quiet neighbourhoods in blacked out cars and try to follow me to the playground and photograph my child and other people’s children in a safe place that should be off limits but isn’t. All of this is perfectly legal. After yesterday’s incident, I felt it was my duty as a concerned citizen who was being pursued dangerously and stalked to go to the local precinct and seek guidance there. I would encourage others in a similar situation to go to the police.”