Scarlett Johansson Updates: Ever Anderson, 13, is following in her mother Milla Jovovich’s footsteps and taking Hollywood by storm with a fantastic performance in Black Widow that even made Scarlett Johansson cry.
Scarlett Johansson reportedly cried while watching Ever Anderson’s portrayal in the Black Widow series as a younger version of Natasha Romanoff. Anderson told Yahoo Canada that Johansson had cried while watching her portions in the series.
In a new interview with Yahoo Canada, Ever added, “She said I made her weep in one of my sequences, and it was one of the most amazing things ever because she’s such an honored and well-respected actor.”
Ever stated that some of her sequences were “very heavy,” and that they stayed with her for a long time. She stated that the scenes are what causes one to think profoundly. “They [her own scenes] stayed with me for a long time. “It’s something you think about at night,” Ever explained.
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Anderson claimed that her parents were concerned when she decided to pursue acting professionally at the age of five, but that they have always been supportive.
“Being a kid actress means your childhood is unlike everybody else’s,” she explained. “However, in the end, I did everything I could to prove myself and that [this] was truly what I wanted to do.”
Ever Anderson was joined on set by her parents while filming Black Widow.
She explained, “They give me wonderful suggestions on what they believe I could do and do differently.” Anderson’s parents advised her to “care and be interested in yourself and everyone else,” among other things. And to always be doing more, having more interests, and being interested in other things.”
Because she was still in school and, frankly, can’t keep a secret, the the13-year-parents old’s didn’t even inform her she received the part in Black Widow.
This will not be Anderson’s final legendary role. She’ll next be seen as Wendy Darling in the upcoming live-action picture Peter Pan & Wendy, starring Jude Law as Captain Hook, Yara Shahidi as Tinkerbell, Alexander Molony as Peter Pan, and Jim Gaffigan as Smee, which is currently filming in Vancouver.
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