AP Photo/Lionel CironneauU.S. actress Scarlett Johansson with her boyfriend Romain Doriac arrive at the 39th French Cesar Awards Ceremony

AP Photo/Lionel CironneauU.S. actress Scarlett Johansson with her boyfriend Romain Doriac arrive at the 39th French Cesar Awards Ceremony

Scarlett Johansson’s pregnancy could change ‘Avengers’ schedule

Entertainment geeks the world over are wondering how pregnant Scarlett Johansson is going to wear Black Widow’s skin-tight jumpsuit while promoting and filming her upcoming movies.

The sexy A-lister, 29, is apparently due in August, though one can’t tell that by looking at her most recent red-carpet photos.

According to E! News, she is scheduled to begin shooting “Avengers 2” overseas April 5, after her promotional tour for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is complete.

A source tells the entertainment website that shooting for the superhero sequel — called “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and slated for a May 2015 release — will need rearranging. “They’re going to fast-track her scenes,” the insider said.

ScarJo’s pregnancy news comes six months after it was announced that she and French journalist beau Romain Dauriac were engaged.Avengers: Age of UltronCaptain America: The Winter SoldierFeaturesGossipScarlett Johansson

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