Scarlett Johansson’s daughter Rose may only be 4-years-old, but she knows her mom doesn’t have a “normal” job.
In an interview with “Lorraine”, Johansson joined “Avengers: Endgame” co-star Paul Rudd to promote the superhero flick. The Golden Globe nominee, 34, revealed Rose confuses her acting gigs with the life of a superhero.
Johansson, who stars as Black Widow in the hit “Avengers” franchise, explained, “I was going to the office, not even going to the set, she asked me, ‘Who are you fighting?'”
She added, “I don’t think she thinks I’ve got a regular job. I can’t image how abstract that is for a 4-year-old.”
Rudd’s son on-the-other-hand isn’t too excited about his role as Ant-Man in the Marvel films. According to Rudd, Jack, 14, mocks the actor for landing the “stupid” superhero.
“He said ‘I can’t wait to see how stupid you’ll be in that.’ He said it with a smile on his face. He loves it. He loves all the Marvel films,” Rudd explained. “He’s also very quick to remind me I’m not Falcon. It’s nice, I’m his dad. He’s 14. He’s proud, but he still gets in the shots.”
“Avengers: Endgame” hits big screens April 26.