Welcome to Scarlett Johansson Fan, your online resource dedicated to the two time Oscar Nominated actress Scarlett Johansson. You may know Scarlett from her Oscar nominated roles in "JoJo Rabbit", "Marriage Story" and her 10 years as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow in the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" and her own movie coming out in May "Black Widow". It is our aim to bring you all the latest news, photos, information and much more on Scarlett's career. We hope you enjoy your stay!
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Posted by Abby on July 23rd, 2019

GMA – Scarlett Johansson has embodied the bravery and empowerment that her Marvel character Black Widow has shown on screen for almost a decade.

Now, the Oscar-nominated actress can finally admit that she’s getting her own standalone film in May.

“Can I finally say that?” she told ABC News’ Adrienne Bankert in an interview that was shot at Comic-Con International: San Diego this weekend and aired Monday on “GMA.”

In the revealing interview, the actress talked about her defining sacrifice in “Avengers: Endgame” and how she feels like this is icing for her Marvel Cinematic Universe career.

“I would’ve been happy to, you know, to end it at ‘Endgame’ and walk away,” she said. “I was proud of the work that we had all done together, and that the only reason to do this standalone would be to elevate the genre in some way. And so hopefully, we will have.”

Speaking of that sacrifice, it’s still unknown if this film will be a prequel or some kind of resurrection, but the actress is teasing a little of what fans can expect. She also shared it’s currently in production.

“You actually get to all the questions you may have had about this mysterious character and who she is,” Johansson said. “Where she comes from, her makeup, who she knows, like, what makes her her? What are the secrets of the past that haunt her?”

Johansson will follow in the footsteps of Brie Larson’s “Captain Marvel” as the second female hero to lead her own MCU film.

“It’s a little bit scary not having the kind of cushion of my fellow Avengers around,” she went on. “You kind of feel like you put yourself out there in a different way because the character stands on her own.”

Johansson says she feels physically ready though.


Posted by Abby on July 21st, 2019

After her interview with Entertainment Weekly Scarlett and the cast of Black Window went and did a little photoshoot for them before leaving to go back to filming the movie in London. I have added in two HQ photos from it and hope one day to get the rest.


Posted by Abby on July 21st, 2019

usatoday – SAN DIEGO — Scarlett Johansson would have happily ended her run as Avengers superspy Black Widow with her emotional and fatal finale in “Avengers: Endgame.”

But like any good secret agent, Johansson got sucked back into the game – again, very happily — for her own Marvel solo project “Black Widow” (in theaters May 1, 2020). Directed by Cate Shortland (“Lore”), the movie kicks off Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and had a primetime spot Saturday at Marvel’s Comic-Con presentation.

Currently filming in London, “Black Widow” is “a mature step” in Marvel’s growing universe, Johansson tells USA TODAY. “Even though there’s a lot of different elements in some facets of the character to explore, I was happy with the work that I did. The only reason to do this film is really to elevate the genre in a way. It feels like the right time.”

Marvel showed a spy-tinged “Black Widow” trailer to the Comic-Con crowd that offered a glimpse at the ballet company/Black Widow program that trained Russian girls to be super-assassins, a “John Wick”-esque fight between Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff and her “sister” Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) that involves guns, knives and a shower curtain, and a throwdown between Natasha and debuting supervillain Taskmaster.

“It’s a remarkable, unique story,” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige says of “Black Widow,” which is set after the events of 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War.” “People think they know everything there is to know about the Black Widow. I promise you they do not. We tapped into a period in her life that we’ve never explored before and how that affects her going forward.”

So far, those fights with Johansson have been “just amazing moments that I’ll think back to for the rest of my life,” Pugh said, who later admitted that her favorite Yelena character quirk is “how she does two ponytails instead of one.”

Rachel Weisz’s Melina has cycled through the Red Room program five times and is quite formidable herself. “No shower curtains but l have ‘Widow Bites’ and lots of action scenes,” Weisz said.

“Black Widow” features “three really complicated, powerful but vulnerable female characters. I can’t think of any action movie that is like that,” Weisz added. “So I would say it’s completely new.”

“Stranger Things” star David Harbour plays Alexei, aka Red Guardian, the Soviets’ answer to Captain America developed during the Cold War. “In your cliche mind, you go like, ‘Oh this is what it’s going to be. ‘And it’s like, ‘No, it’s surprise, surprise, surprise.’ He will surprise you,” said Harbour, who wore a Cap T-shirt for the occasion.

And Mason, played by O-T Fagbenle (“The Handmaid’s Tale”), is a “fixer” of sorts with “the ability to get things for spies and superheroes who might find it hard to get otherwise,” said the British actor. He also teases an “interesting romantic conflict” between Mason and Natasha: “Sometimes you want things that aren’t practical, and your heart and the nature of your life doesn’t necessarily coalesce to provide that kind of connection.”

Johansson had been talking about and developing a “Black Widow” movie with Kevin Feige for eight years and thinks the timing couldn’t be better for her, personally.

“I definitely feel like the film that we’re making right now and this incarnation of Natasha, in all of her sort of strength and her vulnerability and the strengths she finds in her own vulnerability, is something that I don’t think I could have done 10 years ago,” Johansson said.


Posted by Abby on July 21st, 2019

It’s now official Black Window is the next MCU Movie to come out. Yesterday Marvel had there big panel at Comic Con 2019 to announce there nest phase of movies (phase 4) with 5 new movies and 5 new tv shows coming within the next 2 years and for Black Window we got to meet the full cast and no who they play. On top of that the people at the panel got to watch some footage and it was a bad ass fight and from the sounds of it there is a lot more to come like it, The movie will take place after Civil War, Taskmaster is confirmed as the bad guy and the date for it coming out is May 1st 2020. Some photos from the panel and press line are now up in the gallery and I hope to add in more soon.


Posted by Abby on July 20th, 2019

OMG we may yet get to see the alternate version of Hawkeye and Black Widow on Vormir as the Japanese commercial for Avengers: Endgame shows a lot of footage from it’s deleted footage and it looks like it would have been a lot better way to send her off if you ask me.


Posted by Abby on July 18th, 2019

Here is a little clip from the upcoming Avengers: Endgame Blu-Ray release were Scarlett talk’s about Nat’s sacrifice


Posted by Abby on July 14th, 2019

As If Magazine – As the 4th-highest-grossing worldwide box-office actor of all time, Scarlett Johansson is one of the most valuable performers of the modern age. Her rich, husky voice sounds laced with whiskey and smoke and seems to teasingly belie her peaches-and-cream complexion, hourglass figure, and heart-shaped face. It’s easy to fall head over heels for this blue-eyed creature who is the embodiment of sensual guile and whose likeness to Marilyn Monroe is undeniable.

Despite her screen-goddess superpowers, Scarlett Johansson is an actor’s actor who continues to challenge herself in unexpected roles. She can seamlessly shift from drama to comedy, a feat not many actors successfully master. Her extensive acting range covers all genres from drama to comedy, and includes a comic-book hero blockbuster franchise, sci-fi indies, animation voiceovers, and the thespian also happens to be a three-time Woody Allen muse and Tony Award winner (Best Featured Actress, A View from the Bridge), the pinnacle for actors who honor their craft above fame and fortune (which the actress happens to have in abundance anyway).

Scarlett embodies a calm confidence on screen, an almost hypnotic allure. She is in a league of her own, and therefore we were tasked with the responsibility of creating a feature that goes beyond the typical magazine editorial—we wanted to turn her into a collectible work of art, but how? We decided to pair her with a contemporary artist, but who would the artist be, and what would be the result of this collaboration? Scarlett is an actor who does her homework, so it was not surprising to learn that she knows art and the important artists working today. This multi-award-winning actress with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame tasked us with finding an artist whose style is unmistakable, whose name commands respect, and whose work is collected by the biggest museums and esteemed galleries around the world—in other words, we needed to find an artist as important in the art world as Scarlett is in the entertainment industry. Many names came to mind, but the name that resonated the most was a contemporary American artist recognized as one of the guiding lights of postmodern painting, David Salle.

Salle’s work is uses poetical juxtapositions, the exact meanings of which are hard to pin down. He combines original and appropriated visuals signs and symbols, such as imagery from popular culture like a Kleenex box, with imagery from art history, such as elements from a Caravaggio painting. The artist takes abstraction and the human figure and manipulates images by combining a variety of different styles and textures. He continually brings unexpected symbols together in unpredictable ways. Salle’s work is always intriguing, invariably laced with a sense of humor, and continually confounds assumptions. His style is identifiable, while each and every work conjures something new for the viewer. These notions resonate with the work Johansson challenges herself with. Her movie choices are varied and her characters are always complex. Both Johansson’s and Salle’s work are unpredictable yet identifiable in their style and impact. We were inspired just by thinking of what these two forces could do together.

For AS IF magazine, Salle imagined a world Johansson would inhabit inspired by his current show at the Skarstedt gallery in London, “Musicality and Humour.” Ideas were shared with Scarlett, and on the day of our shoot Salle directed Johansson to play with the idea of living within a tree as I photographed her. From sitting on gnarled roots, leaning against a tree trunk, to hanging upside down from a branch, Johansson committed herself to the role one hundred percent. Salle then intertwined the images of Scarlett with the recurring elements in his current series, which includes black-and-white illustrations from the ’40s and ’50s commonly seen in popular publications of the day, like The New Yorker. The subjects in his new series are from another era; notes of Americana nostalgia make a kind of history painting. Scarlett Johansson, an actress so fresh and modern and yet with a style and elegance that recalls the great actresses from the ’40s and ’50s, inhabits Salle’s world with a dominance, as if the world materialized as the result of her own imaginings.

The following editorial is the aforementioned collaboration. The following text is a conversation between Scarlett Johansson and David Salle in which the artist and the actress discuss her industry, her craft, politics in art, people’s perceptions of her work, and her experience during our shoot.


Scarlett Johansson: Yes, I had a lot of fun doing it too!

You were very game, and really got into the spirit of it. You even hung upside down for us!
Ha, yes! It turned into a day of acrobatics. It was a full day of work. I should have gotten paid scale (laughs)!

(Laughs) Yes. I’ll make sure to tell the team. We’re also excited about the dresses we made, that were inspired by the shoot.
Yes, you should be!

Speaking of dresses, I wanted to ask you how important the costume is for you for a role?
The costume is very important for me, and also for the audience, because it gives the actor and the audience clues into who the character is. It provides an actor clues into how a character feels about themselves and how they want to be presented, which I think are important. It helps me as an actor because it’s part of the process of getting ready to go, it’s just another layer. I’m already in the mindset, and then I put on these particular clothes that have meaning to me as an actor because I make active choices in choosing the costume, whether I’m choosing personal pieces of jewelry, a pair of shoes, or something sentimental to my character.

So, you invest the costume with a specific character logic, which helps you get into your role.
Exactly, it also helps with how the character is, and how they are in their body. Are they comfortable with what they’re wearing? Are they comfortable in their own skin?

Oh no. Keep her cold and wet!
Exactly! I remember looking at Jonathan and shooting him daggers with my eyes while thinking, I’m going to kill you! I mean, I know how to pretend that I’m cold. I can pretend that I can’t feel my feet or toes. Plus, I was already wet and cold I didn’t need to be tortured.

To Read the rest of the interview click on the link at the top!


Posted by Abby on July 14th, 2019

I have to say what she said was right to start with as a actor she should be allowed to go for any part she is offered as that is her job and no one would turn down a job. The people who SHOULD be held accountable are the casting director, production staff and over all top people at the companies as they are the ones who should say who get’s what and who dose not.

Variety – Scarlett Johansson is speaking out against the backlash regarding recent comments about politically correct casting.

“An interview that was recently published has been edited for click bait and is widely taken out of context,” the actress said in a statement, referring to a recent article from the arts and culture publication As If. “The question I was answering in my conversation with the contemporary artist, David Salle, was about the confrontation between political correctness and art.

She clarified her stance, saying, “I personally feel that, in an ideal world, any actor should be able to play anybody and Art, in all forms, should be immune to political correctness. That is the point I was making, albeit didn’t come across that way.”

Johansson also went on to clear up some of the points made during the original interview, noting that not every actor gets the same opportunities as their Caucasian, cis-gendered counterparts.

“I recognize that in reality, there is a wide spread discrepancy amongst my industry that favors Caucasian, cis gendered actors and that not every actor has been given the same opportunities that I have been privileged to,” she said. “I continue to support, and always have, diversity in every industry and will continue to fight for projects where everyone is included.”

Johansson came under fire for her response to a question about political correctness, following her controversial casting in the upcoming film “Rub & Tug,” in which she had been cast to play the trans gangster Dante Tex Gill.

‘You know, as an actor I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job and the requirements of my job,’ she said in the interview obtained by Daily Mail. “I feel like it’s a trend in my business and it needs to happen for various social reasons, yet there are times it does get uncomfortable when it affects the art because I feel art should be free of restrictions.”

Johansson has also run into casting issues in the past, drawing widespread criticism for her part in the 2016 film adaptation of the Japanese anime “Ghost in the Shell.” Fans of the anime argued that a Japanese actor should have been cast in the role instead.


Posted by Abby on July 13th, 2019

At long long last after months of it’s coming Scarlett’s magazine cover for As If Magazine has now been release, and with it I have added into the gallery digital scans, 7 outtakes from the shoot and a behind the scenes video from the day. This shoot is something very new for Scarlett and just visually unique and beautiful to look at. I do hope in the months to come new photos from this shoot come out but till then have a look at them in the galley.


Posted by Abby on July 13th, 2019

ET Canade – Scarlett Johansson is a busy and in-demand actress. But with many projects in the works, the “Avengers: Endgame” actress is detailing some of her favourite roles.

As she explained in the new issue of AS IF Magazine, Johansson’s latest role, next to Adam Driver in the untitled Noah Baumbach film, is something she’s proud of but noted it’s particularly “exhausting.”

“I did a job with Adam Driver recently which is coming out later this year,” she said. “We spent two entire days screaming at each other, brutally screaming and fighting for two full days. It was exhausting, but if I didn’t have as strong an actor as Adam to take all stuff I was giving him I would have been lost. For me, working with other actors is a really important part of what I do… it’s everything.”

But 2003’s “Lost In Translation” stands out as a favourite.

“[People will] say to me, that movie means everything to me, I was living that experience,” Johansson explained. “You see, I was 17 when I made that movie, I was having my own experience that was very different to what the character I was playing was experiencing. The way audiences perceived my character was feeling and experiencing was, in actuality, very different from what I, the actor, was feeling and experiencing making the movie. I never assumed that my experience was something others could relate to because it was so specific to me and to where I was in my life. I can’t begin to tell you how many people thought that film was about travel and being a stranger in a strange land. I’m always so amazed when I get those comments. To me, ‘Lost In Translation’ was so specific to a young woman experiencing her loss of innocence, and her profound relationship with a stranger made the experience transformative. To me, the film was so much more about the relationship between my character and Bill Murray’s character than being in a foreign land. The fact that she was in a place alien to her made it possible for her to get a perspective on her life that she wouldn’t have had in her own familiar surroundings and being suffocated by the expectations of those around her.”

And 2013’s “Under The Skin” was a great film, but was tough to shoot, “I remember when we were shooting ‘Under The Skin’ in Scotland and it was about 7 degrees outside—it was so cold. At that point my character was wet all the time because I spent a big portion of the film outside and it was raining and snowing.”

She added, “My hair and clothes were always wet from the rain machines and actual rain. I was completely drenched and cold. In between takes the costume director would give me a warming jacket because I’m sure she saw I was turning blue, and the director Jonathan Glazer pulled her aside and asked her to stop giving me the jacket.”


Posted by Abby on July 13th, 2019

We Got This Covered – With Phase 3 of the MCU now finally complete, fans are eagerly looking forward to what’s coming in Phase 4. Marvel Studios’ plans for the next couple of years are widely expected to be outlined at next week’s San Diego Comic-Con, with fresh information coming down the pipeline about Shang-Chi, The Eternals, Black Panther 2 and Doctor Strange 2. But all of those movies are some way off yet, with The Eternals just about to begin shooting. This leaves only one currently-in-production film that has a realistic chance of getting a trailer at the panel: Black Widow.

And as it turns out, Variety are reporting that an advance look at the movie may well be on the cards. An anonymous executive spoke to the publication recently, explaining that:

“Marvel will of course bring out the stars of its next phase, and that’ll be a moment for it, but you’re also using a presentation in Hall H to break a new piece of content. Getting something ready, like footage or a trailer for ‘Black Widow,’ means a VFX acceleration. If it’s up to two or three minutes, that can run you a million bucks.”

Well, it’s a good thing that Marvel Studios probably has a million bucks to burn at the moment, and right now seems like a great time to remind audiences of why they were demanding a Black Widow solo movie for so long. Precisely what Black Widow will consist of remains a mystery, but given that we all saw Natasha sacrifice herself for the Soul Stone in Avengers: Endgame, it’s safe to assume that this will be a prequel.

Despite that, analysis of set photos shows cars that were released in 2017. This indicates that at least part of the events of the movie will take during the time the character was undercover with Captain America after Civil War, or possibly during the five-year period after the Blip. So, right now we have more questions than answers, but I’m desperately hoping at least some of them get cleared up next week at Comic-Con.


Posted by Abby on June 20th, 2019

Current Projects
Sing 2
Role: Ash (voice)
Release Date: 2021
Sequel to the 2016 animated film, 'Sing'.

Black Widow
Role: Natasha Romanoff
Release Date: November 06th, 2020
A film about Natasha Romanoff in her quests between the films Civil War and Infinity War.

Marriage Story
Role: Nicole
Release Date: Out Now On Netflix's
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: Out Now On Blu-Ray
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.

Apart EP
Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson
Out Now on All Music Stations


Apart EP
1) Iguana Bird - 3:38
2) Bad Dreams -3:24
3) Movies - 4:39
4) Cigarillo - 3:02
5)Tomorrow (feat. Scarlett Johansson) [Remix] Pete Yorn. - 3:15
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Huawei.: 2016 - 2017
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Scarlett is featured on the cover of the April Issue of Entertainment Weekly promoting Black Widow.
Even as journalists and fans repeatedly asked Johansson when Black Widow would be going solo, the actress was privately unsure whether that was something she even wanted. “I was like, I think I’m good,” Johansson admits. “If we [were] going to do this, it had to be creatively fulfilling. I’ve been working for such a long time, and I have to feel like I’m challenged. I don’t want to do the same thing that I’d already done before.”
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