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Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson Will Reunite For the First Time Since Endgame to Star in an Apple TV+ Movie

And they might even meet up in space, too.

Get ready, Marvel fans. Black Widow and Captain America are reuniting for a big-budget film project about the billionaire space race. 

Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson will be starring opposite each other in an upcoming movie titled Project Artemis by Apple TV+. No word yet on their roles, but we’re already expecting a cutting-edge drama from Apple TV+. Project Artemis will reportedly follow the real-life drama of the billionaire space race, and the title of the film parallels NASA’s Artemis program to return humans to the Moon. 

The space billionaires aren’t the only ones with money—Apple is reportedly investing over $100 million in the deal. The Apple-produced movie Coda recently won a groundbreaking Oscar for Best Picture, the first Oscar to ever be awarded to a streamer. With the success of Coda, it’s clear Apple TV+ is going all-in with its upcoming films and shows.

Project Artemis will be directed by actor Jason Bateman and produced by Johansson’s production company These Pictures and Bateman’s company Aggregate Films. 


Evans and Johansson aren’t the only Avengers alumni to partner with Apple. Team Downey, aka Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey, have signed a deal to create a crime drama for Apple, Tom Hiddleston is set to appear in the drama series The Essex Serpent, and Samuel L. Jackson is starring as the lead in the miniseries The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey, which is currently streaming on Apple TV+. 

Apple TV+ might have a smaller viewership compared to mega-streamer Netflix, but the streaming platform is already shaping up to be the top player in the field.

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