Black Widow’s death is one of the more controversial endings in “Avengers: Endgame.” However, Scarlett Johansson seems to be OK with her character’s death scene.

“The finality of it was sad, but I was excited to die with honor,” Johansson told the Hollywood Reporter. “It felt in-character that she would sacrifice herself, of course for humanity but actually for her friends, for the people she loves. It was bittersweet.”

The scene in question had Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow go to Vormir with Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton/Hawkeye. They realized that one had to die in order to get the soul stone and bring back half of all life in the universe, and neither wanted to let their friend die. They fought to the death, with Black Widow “winning.” She died and Clint received the soul stone.

Fans had some issues with this for several reasons. Some felt it implied that Clint had more to live for because he was married with children. Others felt it would’ve made sense for Hawkeye to die since he had been on a five-year murder spree in the wake of his family disappearing.

A lot of fans also took issue with the aftermath of her death as well. Tony Stark/Iron Man’s (Robert Downey Jr.) funeral was a huge deal while Nat didn’t receive nearly as much fanfare. However, co-director Joe Russo revealed that this is because a “Black Widow” solo movie is on the way while “Endgame” was genuinely Iron Man’s final appearance.

“People have asked why Natasha didn’t get the same amount of screen time post-death as Tony did,” Russo said on the “Avengers: Endgame” home release commentary (via TheWrap). “Well, Tony does not have another movie. Tony is done. And Natasha has another film. And Marvel Universe obviously does not have to move forward linearly anymore. But that character still has more screen time coming.”

The “Black Widow” solo movie is currently filming and is due in theaters on May 1, 2020. Cate Shortland directs while David Harbour, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz and O-T Fagbenle co-star.

Black Widow death
Scarlett Johansson is pictured as Black Widow. Marvel Studios