Salma Hayek is channeling her inner superhero and taking a page out of Scarlett Johansson‘s playbook. The 54-year-old star stunned when she showed her support for Marvel in a laidback selfie. Proving she’s a badass, just like Scarlett, the “Drunk Parents” actress turned the camera on herself and flashed her pearly whites while sporting Johansson’s silhouette on her head.
Salma Hayek took a quick snap while taking a trip in her luxury car to prove she’s all about uplifting other women.
Smiling big while wearing minimal makeup, the usually glammed-out red carpet slayer went for a more casual look for her errand run. Letting her dark hair flow freely and straight down her back, Salma Hayek showed off her amazing shoulders while wearing a black tank top.
Focusing the camera to what was on the top of her head, the “Like a Boss” star paired her casual look with a black baseball cap but it wasn’t any ordinary one.
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The dark baseball cap displayed the “Black Widow” logo with Scarlett Johansson’s iconic character outlined on the front. Showing that there’s plenty of fame to go around, Salma Hayek voiced her support for the Marvel actress. “Guess what movie my cap’s from… I’ll give you a hint… #scarlettjohansson,” she captioned the stunning superhero selfie.
Fans immediately began showing the star some love by double tapping her car shot. They also couldn’t help but drop her some empowerment in the comment section.
“Black Widow baby!” one Marvel fan wrote. “This is easy,” answered another. “Such a babe,” commented a third follower. Salma Hayek’s love for Scarlett Johansson and Marvel comics was well reciprocated with fans. Within minutes, the star’s stunning selfie collected over 88k likes and the numbers keep climbing!
Scarlett Johansson’s highly anticipated film was scheduled to be released this year but because of COVID-19 was delayed a whole seven months. “Black Widow” is now scheduled to be released in May 2021.
According to several outlets, Scarlett Johansson is “eager” for fans to get their butts in the seat to watch her work after the Disney delay. She even spoke out about the release date, expressing that the important thing is making sure everyone can watch safety.
“We’re all eager to get the movie out, but more important than anything, everybody wants the experience to feel safe, to have people be able to really feel confident about sitting in an enclosed theatre,” she told Marie Claire in their Winter 2020 issue.