As you’ll no doubt know already, the world premiere for Avengers: Age of Ultron took place Monday night at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Scarlett looked lovely in a strapless dress by Stella McCartney, with Jerome C. Rousseau heels and Ared Menzilcian jewelry. Huge thanks to Gabby for the photos–over 500 in total (more to come very soon) and many apologies for the delay in adding them.

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I’ve finally added photos of Scarlett attending last weekend’s MTV Movie Awards to the gallery. Enjoy!

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Last night, Scarlett and her Avengers: Age of Ultron co-stars stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live for a special takeover episode, and those that have seen it will likely agree it was a lot of fun. I’ll work on adding screen captures and additional coverage from the episode very soon. Further clips from the show are available under the cut.

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THE DAILY TELEGRAPH – While many celebrities new to motherhood make it sound effortless, as though they slipped into a vastly altered lifestyle with barely a glitch, Scarlett Johansson, who gave birth to Rose Dorothy last September, is a little more grounded.

“I’m such a newbie at this,” she admitted to News.com.au.

“I always really hate it when actors or people in the spotlight make giant grandiose statements about parenthood because it’s so, so personal,” she smiles.

“And I don’t profess to know anything more about parenting than anybody else.”

Johansson, 30, is raising her daughter with second hubby, French advertising executive, Romain Dauriac, between their homes in Paris and New York City.

Although she doesn’t wax lyrical about the joys or challenges of motherhood, she does acknowledge that her career and most certainly her life has forever changed.

“I have a greater responsibility now so that will definitely affect my schedule.

“Before (Rose), I just made the choices that were affecting me but now I’m responsible for somebody else. Eventually I will have to work less and it might even make me more discerning,” she says.

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In addition to Saturday’s press conference for Avengers: Age of Ultron, Scarlett and the cast also posed for a portrait session to promote the movie at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank. For now, the photos are of medium quality, but I’ll do my best to update them with larger, better quality versions very soon.

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With thanks once again to the lovely Claudia, I have added photos of Scarlett looking beautiful at the Avengers: Age of Ultron press conference held at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California on Saturday (April 11).

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With many thanks to my friends Annika and Claudia, I’ve updated the gallery with numerous scans featuring Avengers: Age of Ultron to the gallery–including the latest cover feature for Entertainment Weekly.

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PEOPLE – Scarlett Johansson has played the Black Widow in a slew of Marvel films, but the demands of the role haven’t gotten any easier for her.

“I don’t think you’re allowed to ride a motorcycle when you’re so pregnant, but I did,” Johansson, who welcomed a daughter with Romain Dauriac in September, explained at a press event for the film at the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank, California, Saturday. “I did all of the motorcycle riding. I embarrassingly rode some sort of mechanical-bull type of motorcycle, which goes nowhere and doesn’t look cool, at all. But, I had some very professional and amazing motor-cross morphing done that makes Black Widow look like a total badass.”

“Every film is exciting because I get new tools and fun new stuff to do, and luckily Joss writes me some badass moves that make me look like that,” she continued. “It”s awesome.”

Asked how she sees Black Widow moving forward in the Marvel universe, Scarlett explained the character’s arc in Avengers 2.

“In the beginning of Avengers 2, there is some sense, finally, of everything being normal, in a way… And at the end of Avengers 2, I think Widow… had this moment of false hope, where she felt like she’d put in the work and [felt] there should be some kind of personal payoff, and she was ready to accept it. And she realizes that her calling is a greater one, which is not necessarily something that she’s thrilled about.”

“That’s what is most heroic about her,” Johansson concluded. “She’s accepting the call of duty, even at her own personal loss. I think it’s an interesting place to leave her.”

Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters May 1.

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