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Abby October 14th, 2019 Jojo Rabbit

Taiki Waititi’s new film “Jojo Rabbit” is drawing huge praise in Hollywood and won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Paul McGuire Grimes from “Twin Cities Live” and Paul’s Trip to the Movies sat down with the cast including Scarlett Johansson (Rosie Betzler) Roman Griffin Davis (Jojo Betzler) and Thomasin Mckenzie (Elsa Korr). Griffin Davis discusses the acting advice he received for his first film, and Johansson shares her excitement for the new “Black Widow” from Marvel.



Abby October 14th, 2019 Jojo Rabbit



Abby October 13th, 2019 Jojo Rabbit

Taika Waititi, Scarlett Johansson, Stephen Merchant, Alfie Allen, Thomasin McKenzie, and Roman Griffin Davis



Abby October 13th, 2019 Jojo Rabbit

Emmy-Winner Jake Hamilton (@JakesTakes) talks with the stars and writer/director of JOJO RABBIT — Taika Waititi, Scarlett Johansson, Thomasin McKenzie, Roman Griffin Davis, Stephen Merchant and Alfie Allen!



Abby October 9th, 2019 Gallery Updates , Magazines

Elle – Scarlett Johansson Is a Happy Woman Who Can’t Stop Playing Sad Women

Early on in Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story, we see Scarlett Johansson’s Nicole, a woman in her midthirties who’s fond of oatmeal-colored cardigans and whose Instagram bio might read “mother, wife, actress, in that order,” seated on a sofa inside her divorce attorney’s office. Soon, she’ll dive into her story, a six-minute-long monologue that’s equal parts raw and precise: the story of someone who hasn’t been truly heard in months, maybe years (and a scene that will likely resurface during awards-show broadcasts). But first, Nicole is just a woman on a couch—looking dead-tired in a wrinkly button-down shirt and DIY haircut—waiting. When her lawyer (Laura Dern) finally breezes in, impeccably coiffed but apologizing for looking “schleppy,” Nicole glances down at her shirt and sighs. It’s a small moment, but one that made this exhausted mom, wife, and journalist feel seen.

Johansson also felt an almost eerie sense of connection when Baumbach handed her the monologue over lunch in the fall of 2017.“It was the first piece Noah gave me, and it felt familiar somehow, but not because of what I’d been experiencing then,” says the actress, 34, who at the time was embroiled in her own separation, from French curator Romain Dauriac. “But maybe because of how I grew up, and the dynamic between my parents—or maybe because I’ve known women who’ve dedicated themselves to their partner’s vision and then come out of this decade-long relationship feeling almost like a ghost.” She adds that she, too, has been in that place, and that the truth in Nicole’s story was what excited her. “I didn’t hesitate at all, because I knew that I’d have the opportunity to say those words,” she says. “Noah gave me that monologue, and I was like, ‘Well, shit, come on.’ Am I going to be like, ‘Nah, I’m good—let some other actor have that’? No way.”

Johansson is relaying this anecdote from London, where’s she’s in the homestretch of filming next May’s Black Widow, which she stars in and executive produced. A little over a week before, Forbes named her the highest-paid actress for the second year in a row, with her 2019 earnings hitting the $56 million mark. She’s just returned from Venice, where Marriage Story premiered to glowing reviews. By the time this story hits stands, audiences will have also seen her in Jojo Rabbit, Taika Waititi’s heartbreaking Holocaust satire that delivers the emotional heft of Life Is Beautiful with a spoonful of Moonrise Kingdom whimsy. When you lay it all out, it’s clear that Johansson is at the top of her game.
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Abby October 9th, 2019 Gallery Updates , Marriage Story

Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story, the Centerpiece selection of the 57th New York Film Festival, made its New York Premiere on October 4. Baumbach, Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Ray Liotta, Alan Alda, Wallace Shawn, Julie Hagerty, Greta Gerwig, Spike Lee, and more walked the red carpet before introducing the film and joining the Spotlight Box to a standing ovation.57th New York Film Festival is presented by Film at Lincoln Center from Friday, September 27 – Sunday, October 13. See ticket info, the schedule, and more:



Abby October 9th, 2019 Gallery Updates , Marriage Story

Scarlett Johansson talks “Marriage Story”, but admits she had little to share on her upcoming nuptials to “Saturday Night Live” Colin Jost.



Abby October 9th, 2019 Gallery Updates , Marriage Story

After the press conference earlier that day the night came and the big event of the day for Scarlett and her co-stars with the Marriage Story premiere at the Lincoln Center. Scarlett looks like she was having a amazing time and looked radiant in her little black dress with a cute little bow on top. Photos from the premiere have been added to the gallery from both the press line and inside. Enjoy!



Abby October 9th, 2019 Gallery Updates , Marriage Story

On October 04th, Scarlett made a stop at the 57th New York Fiilm Festival for her new movie Marriage Story with co-stars Adam Drive, Laura Dern and director Noah Baumbach, Thr day began with a press conference at the at Walter Reade Theater but unfortunately Scarlett was a little late to it thanks to New York traffic but she did make it in the end for more of it. I have added to the gallery photos from it and you can watch the full video below.

The Marriage Story press conference at the 57th New York Fiilm Festival featured Noah Baumbach, Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Ray Liotta, Alan Alda, and producer David Heyman. They discuss the influences on the film–from Hitchcock to Persona–Robbie Ryan’s cinematography, the duality of marriage, the importance of adding humor to the narrative, the different personalities of the lawyers, and much more. Moderated by Florence Almozini, NYFF selection committee member and Associate Director of Programming at Film at Lincoln Center.

57th New York Film Festival is presented by Film at Lincoln Center from Friday, September 27 – Sunday, October 13. See ticket info, the schedule, and more: https://filmlinc.org/nyff

Noah Baumbach’s new film is about the rapid tangling and gradual untangling of impetuosity, resentment, and abiding love between a married couple negotiating their divorce and the custody of their son. Adam Driver is Charlie, a 100-percent New York experimental theater director; Scarlett Johansson is Nicole, his principal actress and soon-to-be L.A.-based ex-wife. Their “amicable” breakup devolves, one painful rash response and hostile counter-response at a time, into a legal battlefield, led on Nicole’s side by Laura Dern and on Charlie’s side by nice Alan Alda and not-so-nice Ray Liotta. What is so remarkable about Marriage Story is its frank understanding of the emotional fluctuations between Charlie and Nicole: they are both short-sighted, both occasionally petty, both vindictive, and both loving. The film is as harrowing as it is hilarious as it is deeply moving. With Merritt Wever and Julie Hagerty as Nicole’s sister and mom, and Azhy Robertson as their beloved son, Henry. A Netflix release.

A centerpiece of New York culture since 1963, the New York Film Festival will introduce the most essential new cinematic works from around the world to U.S. audiences in its Main Slate. NYFF will also continue to feature a variety of titles in different sections and sidebars, including Spotlight on Documentary, newly rejuvenated classics in Restorations and Revivals, a diverse selection of international and locally made Shorts, the ever-expanding experimental showcase Projections, and the immersive storytelling experiences of the cutting-edge Convergence. Additionally, there will be an exciting lineup of special events, free filmmaker talks and panel discussions, and the latest editions of our annual Industry and Critic Academies.



Abby September 22nd, 2019 Jojo Rabbit

thejc – The UK Jewish Film Festival has announced a prestigious line-up for 2019, including the Oscar-tipped JoJo Rabbit starring Scarlett Johansson and UK premiers of spy drama The Operative, starring Diane Kruger and Martin Freeman, and comedy My Polish Honeymoon.

The festival will run from November 6-21 at 15 cinemas across London. In addition, festival highlights will be shown in 20 towns and cities across England, Scotland and Wales, running until December 12.

The programme, which features 96 films and discussions with directors, actors, politicians and journalists, is the largest of its kind in the world. It includes eight world premieres, one European premiere, 40 UK premieres, and films from 24 countries, including 23 films from the UK.

The opening night gala will host a showing of My Polish Honeymoon, a debut feature from French director Élise Otzenberger. The comedy follows a recently-married Parisian couple as they head off on a belated honeymoon to Poland, and becomes a story about rediscovering roots and being Jewish today.

The Oscar-tipped Jojo Rabbit, which recently won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, will be the centrepiece of the closing night gala. Written and directed by Taika Waititi (Jewish on his mother’s side; his father is Maori), this Second World War satire follows Jojo, a lonely German boy whose imaginary friend is an idiotic Adolf Hitler. Jojo’s world view is turned upside down when he discovers his single mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a young Jewish girl in their attic.

The centrepiece gala will see the UK premiere of The Operative, directed by Yuval Adler and starring Diane Kruger and Martin Freeman. British citizen Rachel is a rootless polyglot, but with a deep love for Israel – traits that make her an ideal Mossad agent. Recruited by a Berlin-based British Jew, she is sent to Tehran to spy on a businessman. Based on the Israeli novel?The English Teacher,?The Operative?asks whether love for a man is more important than service to your nation.

The documentary gala hosts the world premiere of The Human Factor, followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Dror Moreh (The Gatekeepers), and producer Teddy Leifer (Oscar nominee for The Invisible War, Oscar winner for Icarus). With the end of the Cold War and America becoming a sole global superpower, the 1990s brought the promise of a new world order – and hopes for a comprehensive peace between Israel and two of its bitterest enemies, the Palestinians and Syria. Featuring key players, the documentary looks back at a decade which started with the signing of the Oslo Accords and ended with a bitter sense of disillusionment, leading to the Second Intifada.

Michael Etherton, Chief Executive of UK Jewish Film, said: “We are the UK’s only film festival dedicated to telling stories about Jewish life and experience, and the majority of our UK and international films would not otherwise make it to cinemas or streaming services.

“At a time of increasing fears about the rise of racism, including antisemitism, the UK Jewish Film Festival has a crucial role to play in making sure that Jewish life and culture is being adequately represented on our cinema screens.

“That’s why this year, with the support of the BFI Audience Fund, we are unrolling an extensive and important nationwide tour. From Inverness to Brighton and Bangor to Norwich, we will reveal wonderful cinematic snapshots of Jewish life to diverse audiences who may not otherwise have any interaction with Jewish culture.”



Abby September 10th, 2019 Interviews

We caught up with writer and director Taika Waititi and the cast of Jojo Rabbit, including Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell and Roman Griffin Davis, at the Toronto International Film Festival. This edgy satire about a boy whose imaginary friend is Hitler is tough to summarize — Waititi describes his distinctive style as “like life” which is always a mixture of comedy and drama. Johansson admits it’s a movie you need to experience for yourself.



Abby September 10th, 2019 Events , Gallery Updates

And the big event of the day was later on that night with the second Premiere for Scarlett with JoJo Rabbit at at Princess of Wales Theatre. This time Scarlett when for full festival glam with a Rodarte Fall 2019 Collection dress, Aquazzura So Vera Sandals, Fred Leighton layered antique necklaces and earrings. A lot more photos from this event have come out and over 150 HQ have now been added to the gallery.



Current Projects
Avengers: Endgame
Role: Natasha Romanoff
Release Date: 2019
After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), the universe is in ruins. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers assemble once more in order to undo Thanos' actions and restore order to the universe.

Marriage Story
Role: Nicole
Release Date: 2019
In the latest from Noah Baumbach (The Meyerowitz Stories, Frances Ha), a stage director (Adam Driver) and his actor wife (Scarlett Johansson) struggle through a gruelling, coast-to-coast divorce that pushes them to their personal and creative extremes.

Jojo Rabbit
Role: Rosie Betzler
Release Date: 2019
A World War II satire about a ten-year-old boy who, ridiculed by his peers and misunderstood by his mother, can't quite figure out how to fit in. As the naïve young German struggles to understand his place in an increasingly Fascist regime, he resorts to an imaginary friend (to be played by Taika) who can offer advice and help him cope.

Black Widow
Role: Natasha Romanoff
Release Date: May 1st, 2020
The plot is unknown at this time.

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Apart EP
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2) Bad Dreams -3:24
3) Movies - 4:39
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5)Tomorrow (feat. Scarlett Johansson) [Remix] Pete Yorn. - 3:15
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Scarlett is featured on the cover of the November Issue of Elle Magazine promoting Jojo Rabbit and Marriage Story.
Johansson also felt an almost eerie sense of connection when Baumbach handed her the monologue over lunch in the fall of 2017.“It was the first piece Noah gave me, and it felt familiar somehow, but not because of what I’d been experiencing then,” says the actress, 34, who at the time was embroiled in her own separation, from French curator Romain Dauriac. “But maybe because of how I grew up, and the dynamic between my parents—or maybe because I’ve known women who’ve dedicated themselves to their partner’s vision and then come out of this decade-long relationship feeling almost like a ghost.” She adds that she, too, has been in that place, and that the truth in Nicole’s story was what excited her. “I didn’t hesitate at all, because I knew that I’d have the opportunity to say those words,” she says. “Noah gave me that monologue, and I was like, ‘Well, shit, come on.’ Am I going to be like, ‘Nah, I’m good—let some other actor have that’? No way.”
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