Catsuits seem to be all the rage with females in big screen superhero films.
So, with the recent reveal of Anne Hathaway's catsuit for "The Dark Knight Rises," how does Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow catsuit compare in the upcoming "Avengers" movie?
When she talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com correspondent Tony Cabrera at the D23 Expo on Saturday, August 20, she said the costume was "Same, same old catsuit. Tight and that's about it."
When asked how she got out of the form-fitting suit every day, Johansson replied, "Can I get out of my own catsuit? I don't know I feel like that's sharing a lot of information ... I'm incredibly flexible."
Johansson stood alongside her "Avengers" co-star Jeremy Renner, who plays Hawkeye, at the event. The actress is reprising her "Iron Man 2" character Black Widow, the only female Avenger. Samuel L. Jackson will reprise his role as Nick Fury, Chris Hemsworth will once again play Thor, Chris Evans returns as Captain America, Robert Downey Jr. stars as Iron Man, and Mark Ruffalo will debut as The Incredible Hulk in the highly anticipated blockbuster.
The film also stars Tom Hiddleston as Loki, a villain from "Thor," and Cobie Smulders as Maria Hill, an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D with Fury. It is directed by Joss Whedon and is set for release on May 4, 2012.
"We've got a good group of guys. I kind of have to keep them in check a little bit," Johansson said about her character.
"She's like our den mother, she keeps us in line," Renner said.
"I'm pretty excited. To be honest I really can't wait to see it all when it comes together. For us as actors in this movie it's such a big spectacle of film, you really don't have ... you have an inkling of what it's going to look like but not the whole scope of it," Renner said about the movie. "It will be, at the end of the day, a pretty tremendous for all of it."
Fellow cast member Hemsworth and Downey Jr. stayed tight-lipped about the project at the event.
"We can say we're here to talk about it but not really talk about it," Downey Jr. told Cabrera.
As for sharing the work load now that the film focuses on several heroes instead of just one, Hemsworth said, "It's good, it's better. You share the workload with a couple of extra days off here and there."
"Like rugby instead of boxing, not that I know anything about rugby," Donwey Jr. added.
There were two "Avengers" clip shown at D23 including a segment with Hiddleston and Jackson, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The two characters were in a high-security jail cell with Fury interrogating Loki about his search for a power source.
"We're right in the middle of shooting 'The Avengers.' I'm going back to Cleveland, Ohio tomorrow to keep trying to take over the world," Hiddleston joked.
Hiddleston remarked "I'm sort of almost stuffed to the brim of 'The Avengers,'" but could not reveal any more details in the film.
"That's hard when you want to share information and you can't," he said. "But I can tell you that it's definitively awesome."
Reporting by Tony Cabrera, correspondent for KABC Television's entertainment show "On The Red Carpet" (check for local TV listings).