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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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November 25, 2020  Abby No comments Events, Gallery Updates

Last night was the 2020 The 41st Young Artist Academy Awards and like all other award shows it was done online this year. Scarlett started the show of with presenting the award for Breakout Ensemble Award Recipient to her JoJo Rabbit co-stars Roman Griffin Davis, Archie Yates and Thomasin McKenzie and can I just say how cute Archie was in his speech. Screen Caps from the award show are now in the gallery and you can watch the full award video below (Scarlett is at 1 Min mark)

November 16, 2020  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates

At long long long last and a lot of work on my part to get this my copy of Black Widow Official Movie Special Book has come thank god. In it are a lot of new stills and on set photos of Scarlett as well as a long new interview that when I get more time I will post on here but till that time I have taken all the photos of Scarlett in the book and added them into the gallery for you all to see and the movie looks more amazing now.

November 15, 2020  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates, Magazines

As well as being on the Marie Claire – Winter 2020 cover Scarlett is on the Marie Claire (Australia) – December 2020 cover with new interview but old photos. I have added in the full digital scans to the gallery and you can read the interview below.

Marie Claire – It’s now common cliché to say 2020 has been a bit shit.

But it’s been even more frustrating for people like Scarlett Johansson. Johansson has been working on her upcoming Marvel epic, Black Widow, since 2010 and was gearing up for the long-awaited release this year only for everything to be derailed by the pandemic. We’ve all had plans canned this year, but to have a project that had already been ten years in the making put on hold – again? That’s next level shit.

And in an exclusive chat for marie claire’s December issue (out now), the actor reveals it’s been hard year all-round. “It’s such an uncertain time and there’s a lot of ups and downs – and anxiety – that comes with that,” she said, speaking to Alley Pascoe from her home in New York. “Like so many people, my life came to a screeching halt. It’s been very challenging.”

Disappointment aside, the actor – who recently got married to comedian and SNL cast member Colin Jost – says she has no regrets. “To me, they feel like a waste of time. That doesn’t mean I don’t wish I had acted differently at times, or knew then what I know now, but that’s different than having regret. I try to make active choices and look back with understanding. Regret keeps you stuck in a place as opposed to taking responsibility, understanding and moving on.”

Johansson serves as executive producer on Black Widow in addition to her starring role as Natasha Romanoff, and says one of the highlights was getting to work with Australian director Cate Shortland. “I’m an enormous fan of Cate’s,” Johansson said. “I felt so thankful every single day that we were working together on this. I was relieved to be in her capable hands, because obviously it was hard – after 10 years in the making – to try to imagine who the person would be to have the vision for this movie. Cate was the single person I could think of.”

Despite the film being a about women, having a woman director and comprising a strong cast of women in Johansson and her co-stars Florence Pugh and Rachel Weisz, Johansson confesses the set wasn’t quite the sisterhood you might imagine, noting the near all-male crew. “Cate would talk about it all the time! She was like, ‘Where’s all the ladies on this thing?’” she said. “Because of circumstance, like where we were shooting [Norway, Budapest, Morocco and England], the set was male, which is not uncommon, unfortunately. Things are changing now, but it’s still very imbalanced a lot of the time. [But] our core cast and our director were a tight-knit group of strong women.”

Ultimately, though, she’s proud to be leading a new guard of complex, powerful superheroes creating a new world of possibilities for young women, including her six-year-old daughter, Rose. “When I was growing up there were no female superheroes,” she explained. “The superhero genre has completely opened up in the past decade. It’s wonderful to see your kids empowered and inspired by role models that are more than you could’ve imagined for yourself. These characters are pushing boundaries and making things seem possible that were not possible when I was a kid.”

She added, “It’s progressive – and fun! My daughter’s so small, so she’s peripherally aware, but I think it has even more impact as children get a little bit older. If you asked [Rose] who would win a fight between Black Widow and Captain America, she would definitely say Black Widow, which is super cool [laughs]. She’s probably partial!”

November 15, 2020  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates, Magazines

The digital scans for Scarlett’s new magazine cover for Marie Claire – Winter 2020 with her Black Widow co-star Florence Pugh have now been added in to the gallery for you all. There were no new photos but the interview is a great read and I hope to one day get the photoshoot for this for the site.

October 30, 2020  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates, Interviews, Magazines

Scarlett and Black Widow co-star Florence Pugh are on the cover of Marie Claire – Winter 2020 with a all new amazing photoshoot and interview. I have added in the magazine cover and first set of outtakes from the shoot to the galley. I hope to have the digital scans soon and here is hoping more outtakes.

Marie Claire – The Call Once upon a weekday (or weekend, because what’s time anymore?), there was Scarlett Johansson, sipping, sipping, a margarita.

All good so far, eh? But, alas, like most things in 2020, it just went bad from there.

A call interrupted her cocktail hour. The word: The release of Black Widow, the sure-shot blockbuster starring Johansson and the magnetic Marvel newcomer Florence Pugh and directed by Cate Shortland—three power women collaborating on a power-women film, asserting their ascendance—was being delayed. It was deflating news, Johansson recalls, though not out of the blue.

Another margarita, you say? Yes, please, and thank you.

“I’d been talking to Kevin Feige”—the president of Marvel Studios—“about it, and our fellow producers, just trying to understand what the landscape was,” says Johansson, 36, with a little resignation now in that unmistakable voice but a little pragmatism too. “We’re all eager to get the movie out, but more important than anything, everybody wants the experience to feel safe, to have people be able to really feel confident about sitting in an enclosed theater.”

We’re on a conference call, because that’s what you do these days—no lunch. That or Zoom, which we did a few weeks ago. Pugh, 24, is with us on the line. Also resigned, also pragmatic. She had just flown from London back to L.A., where she lives, when she got the call.

“I think I probably had a hunch,” she says. “It seemed to me all the fun of summer, and everybody being outside and finally having some relaxed rules, caught up with everyone, obviously, because of the virus. I’m sad that people don’t get to watch it for another half year, but I wasn’t majorly upset because it’s important to look after people right now.”

What they’re saying is, the postponement of a superhero film isn’t the apocalypse. Not this abysmal year nor any other. But ain’t it the pits? Who wouldn’t want to be sitting in a darkened theater right now, loaded with a bucket of fake-buttered popcorn, big soda, sinking into a seat as heart-thumping Marvel action unfolds on the screen?

And this, of all movies—one with strong female characters, strong female actors, a strong female director. A movie that’s both fun and important. So what happens now?

The Movie

We first chatted over computer screens. Pugh, after many months grounded by COVID-19, had traveled to London and Zoomed from her office, a dimly lit room with framed art hung high on the walls and opened boxes for a Casio key-board and stand—check her YouTube for her acoustic-guitar performances as Flossie Rose—perched on a cabinet.

Johansson was a few minutes late, on account of picking up her daughter from a rained-out day camp, and joined the call from her New York home. It was evening in London, and Pugh, who wore a white T-shirt that read “Love” and several thin necklaces, had poured herself a generous glass of red wine.

When Scarlett appeared on the call, Pugh yelped, “Oh my goodness, there she is!”

Johansson, dressed in athleisure and fresh faced, smiled back. And for a few minutes, the two stars—one of whom’s $56 million salary last year reportedly made her the highest paid actress in the world—seemed no more than two good friends catching up. They teased each other about their choice of Zoom settings. Johansson chose her bedroom and was backdropped by a tufted suede headboard and wallpaper patterned with birds and leaves.

“I like to switch up. Keep people guessing. Make it look like I’ve gone somewhere,” she said. “When I’ve gone nowhere, obviously.”

To Read The Rest Of The Interview Click On The Link Up Top.

October 06, 2020  Abby Comments are off Gallery Updates

Military Times – The USO is launching its inaugural Military Virtual Programming, or MVP, Con today to bring service members some Comic-Con-style festivities that can be enjoyed from anywhere around the globe.

The three-day event features noteworthy guests such as Marvel’s “Avengers” stars Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson, “Punisher” star Jon Bernthal, and Norman Reedus of “The Walking Dead,” among many others.

Programming, which includes live virtual discussions and webinars, will run from noon on Oct. 6 until the night of Oct. 8. “The USO has always been by the side of our military and their families,” USO Chief Operating Officer Alan Reyes said in a release.

“By providing virtual engagements and programming — with the help of military supporters, the entertainment industry and USO partners — we can boost morale and express our nation’s gratitude for all the military is doing to protect us.” With COVID-19 shuttering most events across the country, the USO, like many organizations, has had to go virtual.

“As part of the USO’s virtual programming, celebrities and partners around the world conduct virtual visits, engage in live discussions, offer live performances and make one-on-one calls with service members,” the release said.

“MVP events also include film and television prescreening events, online workshops, classes, Q&As and digital subscriptions in a wide variety of topics, including the military spouse community, transitioning from the military and gaming.”

The USO released the following schedule of events for this week’s virtual convention.

TUESDAY, OCT. 6

Noon ET – Greg Grunberg of The Action Figures Band
3 p.m. ET – National Cartoonists Society Comic Book Panel with Members Jim Davis (“Garfield”), Jeff Keane (“The Family Circus”) and Maria Scrivan (“Half Full”)
9 p.m. ET – Doug Marcaida of History’s “Forged in Fire”

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7
Noon ET – MAD Magazine Comic Book Panel with writer Desmond Devlin and cartoonists Tom Richmond and Sam Vivano
3 p.m. ET – Gerard Way, creator of “The Umbrella Academy”
9 p.m. ET – Norman Reedus of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and “Ride with Norman Reedus”

THURSDAY, OCT. 8
Noon ET – DC FanDome’s Finest Prerecorded Panel Series, Including “The Flash,” “Titans” and “BAWSE Females of Color Within the DC Universe”
3 p.m. ET – Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans of Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” and “Captain America”
9 p.m. ET – Jon Bernthal of Netflix’s “The Punisher”

September 27, 2020  Abby Comments are off Charity Projects, Events, Gallery Updates

Scarlett has put her voice to good use again supporting the Oklahomans for Sentencing Reform and the Question 805 reform that would end the practice of adding years to a person’s prison sentence for a nonviolent crime because they had a prior nonviolent conviction. Under SQ 805, people who are convicted of nonviolent crimes could be sentenced up to the maximum allowable time in prison for their crime, but would not receive additional time in prison because of their past. SQ 805 applies only to people with nonviolent offenses.

If you would like to find out more information on the question, find out how to help or just put your voice and take action you can do all that here Here.

September 19, 2020  Abby Comments are off Gallery Updates, Magazines

Scarlett’s new magazine cover for Black Widow Total Film came out yesterday and I have got my hands on the digital copy to add the scans to the gallery for you all. No new photos from the movie was in the magazine but its a good read so I hope you enjoy! And a little update on redoing all the past updates on the main site I have now made it to 2011 as soon as I’m done on that I will be working on her projects page.

September 06, 2020  Abby Comments are off Gallery Updates

Screen Rant – Scarlett Johansson says the long-awaited Black Widow solo movie reflects the Time’s Up movement and confirms that Black Widow is a feminist.

Scarlett Johansson says the Black Widow movie reflects the #MeToo movement. Marvel’s long-awaited solo film for Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow is finally hitting theaters in November after its original release date back in May was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. So far, Black Widow is sticking to its current release date, which means fans will soon get to see Natasha’s highly-anticipated backstory.

Directed by Cate Shortland, Black Widow is a prequel story taking place between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. The first film of Marvel’s Phase Four will introduce Natasha’s past, including her non-biological Russian family. Natasha will return to her Russian roots to take down the Red Room, the organization that trained her as an assassin when she was growing up. With the help of her family, Natasha will attempt to free the Red Room while facing off with its leader, the mysterious Taskmaster. The cast also includes Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, David Harbour as Alexei Shostakov, and Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff. The film’s trailer and teasers promise action-packed sequences and intense fight scenes typically seen in Marvel movies, but Johansson says there’s much more to Black Widow.

In an interview with Empire, Johansson discusses the feminist themes in Black Widow and how it reflects the #MeToo movement. “I think this film, in particular, is very much reflective of what’s going on in regards to the Time’s Up movement and the #MeToo movement,” said Johansson. “It would be such a miss if we didn’t address that stuff if this film didn’t take that head-on. I think, particularly for Cate, it was so important for her to make a movie about women who are helping other women, who lift other women up out of a very difficult situation. Someone asked me if Natasha was a feminist. Of course, she is, it’s obvious. It’s kinda an asinine question.”

2020 is a big year for female-led superhero films, with Black Widow, Birds of Prey, Wonder Woman 1984, and The New Mutants, all featuring women at the forefront. For years, fans have been calling for more female representation in comic book movie leads. After 21 films in the MCU, Captain Marvel delivered the first female superhero lead, and the DCEU even beat them to it with 2017’s Wonder Woman. Now Marvel is noticeably trying to feature more diversity in its upcoming TV shows and movies. Disney+’s upcoming The Eternals will feature a diverse cast and superhero female lead in Angelina Jolie. Additionally, She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel series are in the works, while Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch will co-lead WandaVision later this year.

Of course, Hollywood still has a long way to go before it accurately reflects how the world looks, but it’s clear that Marvel Studios is trying to make a change and divert from the white, male superhero lead. Fans have understandably been impatient for a Black Widow-centric movie, considering she appeared in seven MCU movies before she was given her solo story. It’s refreshing to see not only a female lead but that most of the lead’s family is compromised of women. Now, after all these years, fans will finally get to learn the truth behind Natasha’s past later this year.

September 06, 2020  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates, Movies

A new set of movie stills for Scarlett’s upcoming movie Black Widow have just been released thanks to Empire Magazine and I have added them all into the galley for you all.

August 08, 2020  Abby Comments are off Black Widow, Gallery Updates

The official Black Widow movie book called Black Widow Official Movie Special Book is now out to pre-order on Amazon. My guess is this should have come out months ago with the movie but was pushed back till later in the year to go with the new movie date. The Amazon listing has some photos from it on there page, with a new promo of Scarlett and new still of her fighting in the white suit. The book will be out on 30th September and you can pre-order it Here on Amazon Uk for £15.29 and Here on Amazon US but it looks like they have to listing for it right now. I will be getting a copy and scan in all the photos for the site.

A guide to Marvel Studios’ Black Widow movie. Includes all-new interviews with the cast and talent behind the cameras!
Experience the interviews with the stars and teams dedicated to bringing this brand new movie to life! Featuring interviews with the stars of the film: Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour, and Rachel Weisz, this behind the scenes book includes stunning photos and imagery from Marvel Studios’ latest movie.

This title also includes interviews with the crew responsible for bringing Black Widow’s world of espionage to life along with an indepth look at the comic history of the iconic Marvel character.

August 08, 2020  Abby Comments are off Gallery Updates, Jojo Rabbit

One of the other movie’s Scarlett had come out last year was JoJo Rabbit and the Blu-Ray/DVD for the movie came out some time ago but I at last got round to getting my copy of the Blu-Ray today yay right. Again There are only two extra’s Scarlett is in Inside “JoJo Rabbit” a look into the world with cast and crew and Gag Reel. Full 1080p blu-ray caps are now up in the gallery from them both so enjoy!






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