Scarlett Johansson could have another career in her future.
The “Black Widow” star, 38, appeared on the “Today” show Monday where she was interviewed about a potential return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe — and she helped Al Roker do the weather forecast.
After her chat, Roker, 69, joked that when the “Marriage Story” star often stops by the NBC morning show, she tries to take on his job.
Once the interview concluded, the meteorologist led Johansson to a screen that showed off the temperature map.
“This weather you guys is cray-cray,” she joked as she pointed to cities on the map such as Scarlet, Georgia, and Hollywood, California.
She then tapped the screen to show the heavy amount of rainfall in Texas and the large quantities of snow by Washington.
“Guys, it looks like there is a bunch of stuff happening here,” she said as she pointed to a red line on the map by Maine. “There seems to be a warm front up there.”
Johansson previously showed off her reporting skills alongside Roker in March.
Before her latest TV stint, Johansson discussed her Marvel character as well as her skincare line, the Outset.
Variety first reported earlier this year that the MCU should bring back Black Widow in an effort to save the Marvel franchise.
Of the rumor, Johansson told “Today”: “I don’t know how you come back from that.” Her character had died in 2019’s “Avengers: Endgame.”
“It would be a miracle. It would be real Marvel miracle. It would be a marvel. But, you know, who knows? Eh … I’m not sure,” she shrugged about the idea.
“The Prestige” star sat down with Marvel costar Gwyneth Paltrow on an April episode of the Oscar winner’s “Goop” podcast, where they discussed if they would ever suit up for another superhero flick sometime in the near future.
“I think so. I mean, I didn’t die, so they can always ask me,” the “Shakespeare in Love” actress, 51, said of reprising her role as Pepper Potts.
Paltrow’s character is the longtime love interest of Tony Stark/Iron Man, played by series fan-favorite Robert Downey Jr.
“I think you may come back at some point,” Johansson replied. Paltrow then joked: “Really? A 64-year-old Pepper Potts? How great.”
“One hundred percent, that’s happening. I can see it,” Johansson teased. “They’re never gonna let you go. Break out that wig, baby.”