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Spotlight on The Outset
The Outset is a minimalist skincare brand that provides exceptional products for everyone, doing away with unnecessary ingredients and harmful stereotypes. With an approach to skincare that is mindful and minimalist, Scarlett says she wants The Outset to be "universal, approachable, and as reliable as your favorite white tee — a classic staple"
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Deadline – The first look image from My Mother’s Wedding, the directorial debut from Kristin Scott Thomas, has been released. The film stars Scarlett Johansson, Sienna Miller, and Emily Beecham.

Principle photography on the film — which Scott Thomas co-wrote with John Micklethwait — has been completed. The film follows the story of three sisters who return to their childhood home for the third wedding of their twice-widowed mother, Diana. The three daughters now lead very different lives: Georgina, a palliative nurse; Victoria, a Hollywood star; and Katherine, a captain in the Royal Navy. Over the weekend, the family gathers to celebrate a new marriage, but mother and daughters alike are forced to revisit the past and confront the future, with help from a colorful group of unexpected wedding guests.

The cast includes Academy award nominee Scarlett Johansson (Marriage Story, Under The Skin), BAFTA award nominee Sienna Miller (Anatomy of a Scandal, American Woman), and Cannes Best Actress winner Emily Beecham (Little Joe, Cruella), who play the sisters. Academy award nominee and BAFTA award-winner Scott Thomas plays Diana Frost, their mother.

This marks the third time Scott Thomas and Johansson have played mother and daughter since 1998’s The Horse Whisperer.

“I have wanted to direct for a long time and it was thrilling to create this fictional family using my own childhood memories as a springboard,” said Kristin Scott Thomas. “Directing and acting with such talented actresses and reuniting with Scarlett Johansson has been exhilarating.”

The cast is filled out by BAFTA award nominee, Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire, Knight of Cups), Sindhu Vee (Sex Education, Matilda), Joshua McGuire (Cheaters, Anatomy of a Scandal), Mark Stanley (Game Of Thrones, Trigger Point), Thibault de Montalembert (Call My Agent, The King) and Samson Kayo (Bloods, The Bubble).

Additional credits include director of photography Yves Belanger (Brooklyn, Dallas Buyers Club), BAFTA award-winning Production Designer Andrew McAlpine (The Piano, An Education), Casting Director Lucy Bevan (The Batman, Belfast), Editor Gary Dollner (Fleabag, Killing Eve), Costume Designer Sinead Kidao (Small Axe, The Pursuit of Love), and Academy award nominated Hair and Make-Up Designer Daniel Phillips (The Queen, Florence Foster Jenkins).

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The Disinsider – We are less than two months away from the biggest Disney fan event in the world, the D23 Expo. The three day event, which takes place September 9-11, will be the place to be for announcements, news, never-before-seen footage, and first looks from Disney’s movie, tv, and streaming studios.

8. Tower of Terror
Not much is known about this project in general. However, Disney has been trying to get Tower of Terror off the ground for a few years now. We expect Scarlett Johansson to be in attendance to officially announce the movie. While late last year we reported Thor: Love and Thunder Director Taika Waititi was in talks to direct, his schedule has been gotten quite busy, I’d also expect a director announcement, whether it happens to be Waititi (unlikely at this point as he is working on Star Wars movie) or a new name, we will have wait and see.

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Deadline – Apple’s high-profile space pic Project Artemis looks to be gearing up and also seeing two major changes as Deadline is hearing that Channing Tatum is in talks to co-star opposite Scarlett Johansson while Greg Berlanti will now direct the pic. Tatum replaces Chris Evans, who had to part ways with project due to scheduling conflicts with his upcoming pics Pain Hustlers and Big Red One. That said, Apple and Evans just wrapped production on the upcoming action adventure romcom Ghosted that all parties are excited about. Berlanti steps in for Jason Bateman, who as Deadline first reported last month, amicably parted ways with the film due to creative differences. Berlanti is particular about what he commits to as a director and insiders say not only was he super excited about the opportunity but his take on the script excited both Apple execs and producers about what he wants to do for the film.

“We are thrilled to welcome Greg Berlanti and Channing Tatum to Project Artemis. Greg’s passion for character and storytelling has driven his decades long career in film & TV. We couldn’t be more excited for him to lead our team on this journey. We have been huge fans of Channing’s for a long time and are so honored to finally have the opportunity to work with him,” said Jonathan Lia, These Pictures Co-Founder

The film is a high priority for Apple, who swooped in to drop $100 million+ to acquire the hot package when it hit the market this past spring. Rose Gilroy penned the script with Johansson will produce with Jonathan Lia and Keenan Flynn through their These Pictures production company, which commissioned and developed the script. Once Tatum’s deal closes, the film will likely get fast-tracked into production.

Plot details are being kept under wraps other then it being set against the space race in the 60s.

Tatum is having himself quite a big year starting with his MGM pic Dog, which became one of the first break through box-office hits making $84 million globally on a $15 million budget. He followed that up with Paramount adventure romcom The Lost City, which also starred Sandra Bullock. The film crossed the $100 million at the domestic box-office, becoming one of the more popular romcoms in recent years. He is in production on Zoe Kravitz’s directorial debut P Island. He recently wrapped production on Magic Mike’s Last Dance and is also developing an adaptation of his children’s book Sparkella with MGM.

Berlanti continues to be one of the more success producers on TV with his credits including Riverdale, The Flash and The Flight Attendant. On the film side, he is producing the upcoming Amazon pic My Policeman starring Harry Styles and Emma Corwin.

This will mark his first directing job since 2018’s Love, Simon for 20th Century. The film gained a strong following leading to a spin-off Hulu TV show Love, Victor.

Tatum is repped by CAA and Jacobson, Teller and Berlanti is repped by WME and Felker Toczek Suddleson.

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Forbes – She may be best known to many for playing a larger-than-life superhero in some of the highest-grossing blockbuster movies, but just as the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand, so has the business world for actor, producer, and entrepreneur Scarlett Johansson.

As the Founder and Chair of the new skincare line The Outset, a brand that recently launched back in March, the 37-year-old Black Widow star has dedicated years striving to better understand the beauty industry, while playing an integral part in the creation of The Outset products that exist today.

“Being introduced to an entirely new industry, all of that has been quite an adventure,” Johansson says during our exclusive conversation. “Now finally having the products being in development with other pieces that we will add into the collection and just getting the feedback from people and having those return customers and people that just swear by this line, it really is a dream come true. It took five years to see it through, but now it’s actually here and a reality and working and growing and it’s very, very exciting.”

One of The Outset’s most unique ingredients is its signature Hyaluroset Complex, a botanical alternative to hyaluronic acid, delivering immediate and lasting hydration to the skin. The five available products out on the market today are the antioxidant cleanser, the vegan prep serum, the nourishing daily moisturizer, the restorative night cream, and the smoothing expression lines cream, which Johansson playfully tells me is her husband Colin Jost’s favorite product to use.

In late April, just over a month after The Outset products became available for purchase on the company’s website, Johansson and her Co-Founder & CEO Kate Foster expanded the accessibility of their products by making them available in-store and online at over 500 Sephora locations across the United States.

Just as actors tend to take the time to prepare for their next role, Johansson has brought that same mindset to her skincare business approach. With Foster having previously spent a decade in beauty, a decade in fashion, and a handful of years in entrepreneurship before The Outset, she has witnessed firsthand the dedication that Johansson brings to her work.

“She did spend three years on this project really getting educated on the beauty landscape, on the industry, understanding the different paths available to her to bring this concept to life,” Foster shares with me about Johansson. “I think by the time that she and I got together, she had really already had a master class in the beauty industry and knew what she wanted, but also more importantly, what she didn’t want.”

When I asked Foster about the value that Johansson continues to bring to The Outset team, she says of her Hollywood movie star business partner, “She’s so loved by a very vibrant community who is following us and participating in The Outset story on social [media]. She is such a global powerhouse and it’s very well-earned that it is obviously a huge asset for the brand – but still, we don’t think of ourselves as a celebrity brand. We think of ourselves as this indie brand with a superpower.”

Now that Johansson has found her entrepreneurial footing and knows what it takes to get a start-up company off the ground, I wondered what has been the greatest learning curve so far throughout her business experiences with The Outset.

“Oh my gosh, the whole thing has been such a learning curve. When you have all these different ingredients that come from different places and then are put together in another place and processed in a very certain way. Dealing with quality control and making sure that stuff is then packaged correctly and everything is being mindfully produced. Having a project that is so focused on these kind of conscious choices, there is just a big learning curve there, but that’s also the most exciting thing about having a start-up.”

For Johansson, seeing the ongoing positive feedback that The Outset is receiving goes far beyond just a professional satisfaction for her, but also feels somewhat personal after she struggled for years to achieve a more clear and healthy complexion in front of the public eye.

Click on the link at the top to view the full interview

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Scarlett was in the UK back in May-July filming her new movie by her friend Kristin Scott Thomas’ feature directorial debut My Mothers Wedding in the UK. Scarlett was seen twice on set the first time in Portsmouth on the dockyard on May 1st filming in a Royal Navy uniform getting what looks like a award. After that the filming moved to Surrey/Hampshire and Scarlett was seen again in June 2nd filming at a wedding that looks like for her mothers character and the full cast. The movie has now wrapped and should be out next year so more news should be out at the end of the year I would say.

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Deadline – EXCLUSIVE: Scarlett Johansson’s new movie, My Mother’s Wedding, that’s also Kristin Scott Thomas’ feature directorial debut has added BAFTA and Golden Globe nominee Sienna Miller, SAG ensemble winner Freida Pinto and Cannes Film Festival Best Actress Emily Beecham. Cameras are currently rolling, Deadline hears.

Details with regard to the pic’s plot are under wraps, but Thomas wrote it with John Micklethwait. Producers are Finola Dwyer and Steven Rales.

Back in 2017, it was reported that Thomas was making her feature directorial debut with The Sea Change, based on Elizabeth Jane Howard’s novel of the same name. This is not that project, nor did it come to fruition.

Miller received a 2013 Golden Globe nomination in the Best Actress TV Miniseries/Movie category and BAFTA Best Leading Actress nom for HBO’s The Girl in which she played Tippi Hedren to Toby Jones’ Alfred Hitchcock. She also received a 2008 BAFTA nom in the Rising Star category. She exploded on the stateside scene in 2006 with her turn as Edie Sedgwick in 2006’s Factory Girl and continued on to big parts in G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, American Sniper, Foxcatcher, The Lost City of Z, Live by Night, The Catcher Was a Spy, 21 Bridges and is starring as Erin Fleming in Oren Moverman’s Groucho Marx movie, Raised Eyebrows.

Pinto will next be seen in Mr. Malcolm’s List, directed by Emma Holly Jones, set for release via Bleecker Street on July 1. Additionally, the star of the Oscar winning Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire recently launched her production company Freebird Films, developing provocative stories with the intention of challenging stale assumptions, reflecting and celebrating diversity, uplifting the work and lives of intrepid women and revealing everyday heroes. The company has 18 projects in various stages of development including the highly anticipated Netflix limited series The Henna Artist, based on Alka Joshi’s bestselling novel, with Pinto starring and executive producing. Pinto won a SAG feature ensemble award for Slumdog Millionaire and was BAFTA nominated for the film in the supporting actress category. Her feature credits include Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Immortals, Knight of Cups, Only, Hillbilly Elegy and Intrusion.

Beecham won Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival in 2019 for Jessica Hausner’s Little Joe. Her feature credits include 28 Weeks Later; Hail, Caesar!, Cruella, Guy Ritchie’s The Interpreter and Mikael Håfström’s Slingshot.

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Deadline – Scarlett Johansson To Star In Kristin Scott Thomas’ Feature Directorial Debut ‘My Mother’s Wedding’ – Update

EXCLUSIVE, UPDATED WITH ADDITIONAL DETAILS, 10:15 a.m.: Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) has signed on to star in My Mother’s Wedding — the first feature directed by Oscar-nominated actress Kristin Scott Thomas (Slow Horses), which is currently in production.

Details with regard to the film’s plot have thus far been kept under wraps, though we know Thomas wrote it with John Micklethwait. Sienna Miller, Emily Beecham and Freida Pinto will also star in the pic produced by Finola Dwyer and Steven Rales.

Johansson notched both of her two Oscar nominations in 2020 for her turns in Noah Baumbach’s custody-battle drama Marriage Story and Taika Waititi’s satire Jojo Rabbit. She most recently reprised her role as Natasha Romanoff (aka Black Widow) for Disney’s Marvel pic of the same name, and will next be seen in Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City. Other upcoming projects include the Apple tentpole Project Artemis with her Avengers franchise co-star Chris Evans, Sebastián Lelio’s drama Bride, and a Tower of Tower film in early development, which she will produce for Disney.

Thomas earned her Oscar nom for her leading role in The English Patient in 1997. She’s also been recognized over the course of her career with a BAFTA Award, as well as Emmy and Golden Globe noms and other accolades. She plays Diana Taverner on Apple TV+’s hit series Slow Horses with Gary Oldman, and will soon be seen in Marc Fitoussi’s comedy Les Cyclades, Rupert Everett’s Lost and Found in Paris, Jane Anderson’s historical drama Women in the Castle and Alexander-Therese Keining’s Paramour, among other projects.

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Scarlett’s other movie from last year Sing 2 came out on Blu-ray/DVD a little bit ago and today was able to get my hands on a copy of all the extra’s on the Blu-Ray. Bad news is Scarlett is not in a lot of them or she is in for seconds but the ones she was in are Singing, Anatomy of a Scene The Bus Sequence, From Scratch to Voice and Outtakes. All are up in the gallery now in 1080P so please enjoy them and I will see about getting the videos on here.

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As you all should have seen over the last week, Scarlett Johansson Fan has a new look up on both the main site and the gallery using Scarlett’s The OutSet photoshoots. To go with the look of The Outset I wanted the site to have a clean and fresh look about it and I think Design Demure (They did my florence one as well) did a absolutely amazing job on it. I will be doing some major updates on the site in the coming weeks so keep looking for that.

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Scarlett was a guest in studio of The Today Show on April 27th to to promote her skin care line The Outset coming at last to Sephora shops. She talked all about making The Outset, what they did to test it for all peoples skin. Her time in lockdown and her new baby. After that Scarlett when outside and did the weather forecast for the show.

I have added in the full interview and weather sediment for you all to watch below and and have added in the screen caps to the gallery as well!

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It Sure is a Beautiful Day when Catt is in conversation with an undisputable powerhouse like Scarlett Johansson! Today on the show Scarlett gives us the skinny on her brand-new clean beauty company: The Outset. Also joining is co-founder and CEO Kate Foster Lengyel.

We hear about the challenges of creating clean and effective skin care, the differences between the beauty and film industry, and Scarlett also shares about her own personal skin challenges and living through a pandemic while raising two wee ones.

What products from The Outset does hubby Colin Jost love the most? Does Scarlett have a favorite podcast? And of course, what is her favorite part of the day and why?

Make sure to check out www.theoutset.com online and follow their IG for updates at @theoutset. You can also shop products starting April 26th at Sephora!

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Scarlett Johansson is one of the highest-paid actors in the world, and has starred in some of the highest-grossing movies of all time. But those career defining moments didn’t come easy. She’s had to reframe rejection, say “yes” without looking back, and fight against toxic behavior in the entertainment industry. This week, we’ll ask Scarlett how she had perspective even in the toughest moments — including not getting the original call to be Black Widow — and why she recently took the leap to start her own skincare business.

In this episode, Scarlett shares:
How she’s dealt with rejection in her career
Why she decided to pivot and start her own business
How she’s made a career out of being someone’s “second choice” and how she kept an open mind
How she handled being pigeonholed into certain roles

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