Scarlett Johansson was seen sporting an athleisure look as she stepped out in New York City on Wednesday.
The 38-year-old actress – who is married to actor Colin Jost – wore a black baseball cap and dark sunglasses.
The mother-of-two pulled her blonde hair into a ponytail, slipping the glossy locks through her hat’s opening at the back.
Johansson, a native of the Big Apple, wore a light gray zip-up hoodie with her leggings.
The silver screen siren, who recently covered Variety magazine, finished the outfit with light blue socks and white sneakers.
Low-key look: Scarlett Johansson was seen sporting an athleisure look as she stepped out in New York City on Wednesday
The Iron Man star slung a white canvas tote bag with a multicolor print on it over her shoulder.
She busied herself with her phone as she moved through the city, clutching it with light blue manicured hands.
The beauty appeared to go makeup-free and she showed off an asymmetrical look as she wore multiple small earrings in just one ear.
Scarlett married Colin, her third husband, in October 2020 and the two are parents to 20-month old son Cosmo.
She also has an 8-year-old daughter named Rose from her marriage to journalist Romain Dauriac, 39.
The longtime performer is set to team up with her Avengers: Affinity War co-star Chris Hemsworth for a new project.
The action stars have joined the voice cast for the upcoming animated film Transformers One.
Scarlett will star as Elita and Chris as the young Optimus Prime in the prequel explaining the rivalry between the Autobots and the Decepticons.
Accessories: The 38-year-old actress – who is married to actor Colin Jost – wore a black baseball cap and dark sunglasses
Scarlett’s next film, Asteroid City, directed and co-written by Wes Anderson, is set to debut at Cannes and will be released in theaters in June.
Johansson recently opened up to Variety about her landmark lawsuit against Disney, revealing she found her pregnancy a ‘wonderful distraction’ amid the legal battle.
The actress gave birth to Cosmo in August 2021, two months before she settled out of court with the entertainment company.
Scarlett had filed the suit in July after Black Widow was released on streaming service Disney+ at the same time as its debut in theatres, with the actress claiming she had lost out on more $50 million.
She alleged she had been guaranteed that the film would have an exclusive theatrical release, and that the bulk of her salary was based on the box office performance, but Disney countered that she was paid $20 million for the film regardless.
After a shocking statement in response to the suit which criticized Scarlett for her ‘callous disregard for the horrific and prolonged global effects of the COVID-19 pandemic,’ the matter was resolved outside of court.
Although the terms of their deal were never publicly revealed, it has been reported that the actress received more than $40 million.
Fuss-free: The mother-of-two pulled her blonde hair into a ponytail, slipping the glossy locks through her hat’s opening at the back
Speaking with the publication about the ordeal, the actress said: ‘I was sad and disappointed. But mostly sad.’
She added that the timing of the lawsuit was ‘amazing’ because she was focused on expecting her second child.
She explained: ‘I was also really heavily pregnant, too, which in a weird way was amazing timing. Suddenly, your entire attention is drawn to this miracle of life. So, I had the most wonderful distraction in the world and soon after had a beautiful baby.’
After the lawsuit was brought, the actress received support from fans, who often approached her to congratulate her for standing up for herself.
Since the legal battle she’s become Hollywood’s highest-grossing star, netting a total of $14.52 billion worldwide and counting.
Disney and Scarlett are now on good terms and she visits the theme park in Florida around 10 times a year.
She is also working on the planned Tower Of Terror ride with the company.
Speaking out: Johansson recently opened up to Variety about her landmark lawsuit against Disney, revealing she found her pregnancy a ‘wonderful distraction’ amid the legal battle
Gripe: Scarlett had filed a suit against Disney in July 2021 after Black Widow was released on streaming service Disney+ at the same time as its debut in theatres, with the actress claiming she had lost out on more $50 million
Elsewhere, Scarlett spoke out about pay disparity in Hollywood, a culture which usually sees men earn more than women.
However, the actress revealed that she managed to lobby to be paid the same salary as her male Avengers co-stars.
She said: ‘That has always been such an important point for my mom. It was like, You should be making the same amount of money for similar screen time or effort.
‘You have value. It was a given in our household that there be fairness.’