Scarlett Johansson steps out for takeaway with fiance Colin Jost in The Hamptons

They escaped New York City hustle and bustle for the quieter Hamptons on Long Island, New York amid the coronavirus outbreak. And the slower life looked to be doing good for Scarlett Johansson, 35, and her fiance Colin Jost. The loved-up duo were seen smiling as they stepped out to pick up some takeaway food and beverages.

Scarlett kept things casual in a woolen brown overcoat and a pair of loose-fitting jeans that were distressed in the knee. The Horse Whisperer actress accessorized with a black and white scarf and a beanie for extra warmth. The Avengers’ actress completed her look with a pair of $520 Gucci printed espadrilles.

Scarlett kept a low profile with shades on with her hair not styled. Colin dressed similarly in a casual white T-shirt underneath a khaki jacket. He completed his look with jeans and wore a striking red beanie on his head.

The pair, who have been dating since 2017, were seen sipping on beverages and carried brown paper bags back to their home. Scarlett and Colin have been in The Hamptons since Monday, after his show, SNL, has been put on hiatus for the next three after the coronavirus outbreak.

SNL was supposed to return to its normally scheduled broadcast on March 28, but Variety reported afternoon that the show will be postponed until April. John Krasinski was set to host the weekly comedic program with Dua Lipa as the musical performance.

A few (among a lengthy list) of the film and television show productions shut down amid the outbreak includes: The Handmaid’s Tale, Lord of The Rings, Empire, Peaky Blinders, Stranger Things, The Ellen Show, Jimmy Fallon Show, The Bachelorette, Survivor and The Walking Dead.

And Scarlett’s movie Black Widow has been delayed. Disney decided to announce they were pushing back the film’s release Tuesday, almost a week after delaying plans for their summer tent-pole Mulan. Before the ongoing crisis, BoxOfficePro originally estimated the film would have a $115million opening weekend.

The delay of Black Widow’s release comes after Marvel shut down production on three of its upcoming Disney Plus TV shows: The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, Loki and WandaVision. As of Wednesday morning, there have been over 3200 cases and 115 deaths from COVID-19 in the United States.

Author: Rana Abdullah

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