Published by Abby Published on February 27, 2017

Today’s the the big day for all of hollywwod, The 89th Annual Academy Awards are upon as and are girl Scarlett is currently at the event and on the red carpet right now looking her best out there, I do have to say I just love this dress she has on this year the 2015 one was not my favourite but this is killing it. The first set of photos from the event are now up in the gallery but as it’s very late were I am and I have work in 6 hours the rest of updates for the event will be up some time tomorrow but enjoy these photos till then.

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– Public Appearances > Events In 2017 > The 89th Annual Academy Awards – Press Line

Published by Abby Published on February 24, 2017

Scarlett is featured in the April addition of Plugged magazine with a two page spread and new photoshoot that looks like it was taken back when Scarlett was doing some promo interviews for Ghost In The Shell, Both the scans and the photoshoot are now up in are gallery.

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– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Plugged – april 2017
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots From 2017 > Set 003

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Scarlett Johansson has played an AI, aliens, and psychokinetic superhumans – but in Ghost In The Shell, the live-action adaptation of the cult manga franchise, she plays a cyborg with a human soul. And as you can see from our exclusive image, a cyborg with a healthy taste in cyberpunk leather and futuristic motorcycles. Take a look below, and click to embiggen.

Johansson plays The Major, and as she explains to us in the new issue of Empire, on sale this week, she’s at something of an existential crossroads when we meet her. “She’s living a unique experience,” the star explains to us from the film’s set, “as somebody who has an idea of who she thinks she was, and then who she is now, and the person that she feels she is, this sort of gnawing feeling she has in her ghost. Being able to play those three sides: the ego, the superego and the id… That was pretty enticing.”

Johansson also gave us a small insight into her apparent dip into naturism, glimpsed in the trailer – actually The Major sporting a flesh-toned silicone camouflage suit. “I don’t wear that too often, thankfully,” she grins sheepishly. “It’s hot where you don’t want it to be and cold where you don’t want it to be.”

This is just a sneak preview of six exhaustive pages of coverage on Rupert Sanders’ blockbuster adaptation – be sure to pick up the new issue of Empire, on sale from Thursday 23 February, to read the full on-set report. Want to get your copy before anyone else, for less than the cover price, with exclusive covers to boot?

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– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > empire – april 2017

Published by Abby Published on February 15, 2017

The opening sequence of Lost in Translation, Sofia Coppola’s 2003 film about two spiritually adrift, jet-lagged Americans finding each other in Tokyo, features a sustained shot of Scarlett Johansson’s behind, swaddled in a pair of nearly translucent pink underwear, as she lies on a bed, gazing at a window with the curtains drawn. Johansson plays Charlotte, a recent college graduate lamenting the trajectory of her life from inside an opulent Japanese hotel; the actress was just 17 when she landed the role. Although she had already been working for almost a decade, her quiet, deliberate performance turned her into one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actresses, and in the 14 years since Lost in Translation was released, she has served as a muse to auteurs including Woody Allen and the Coen brothers and propped up massive commercial franchises such as Captain America and The Avengers. Her creative choices have been vast and varied, a mix of blockbusters and art-house experiments: a computer operating system in Spike Jonze’s Her (a character she gave life to using only that dusky, twilight voice), a 17th century servant to the painter Johannes Vermeer in Girl With a Pearl Earring, the girlfriend of a porn addict in Don Jon.

Hollywood has a strange relationship to certain libidinous energies, and Johansson is compared often and aptly to Marilyn Monroe: The fact of her body seems to supersede everything else. But Johansson is bored by discussions of her physicality, and while Monroe was never quite able to fully steer her own sexuality, Johansson is remarkably self-possessed. To ask her about her good looks is to watch her grow increasingly disinterested. In the past decade, she’s also chosen roles—an unnamed, homicidal alien in Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin; Black Widow, an unforgiving superspy, in the Avengers films; a drug mule who turns superhuman in Luc Besson’s Lucy—in which her sexuality is weaponized. Men underestimate her and are punished for it.

Her latest part is Major Motoko Kusanagi in a live-action adaptation of Ghost in the Shell, Mamoru Oshii’s beloved 1995 manga film. In Oshii’s version, the Major is Japanese, and when Johansson’s casting was announced, critics immediately cried whitewashing. Johansson was born in New York City, in 1984, to a Jewish mother from the Bronx and a father from Denmark, and while she is quick to acknowledge Hollywood’s grim diversity problem, she is hopeful that the film, directed by Rupert Sanders and shot in New Zealand and Hong Kong, will resolve any questions about the Major’s actual origins.

The New Yorker’s Amanda Petrusich first connected with Johansson in a cavernous photo studio on the west side of Manhattan. Two weeks after their initial conversation, Johansson would speak at the Women’s March on Washington, voicing her firm support for women’s reproductive rights. At one point she addressed the new president directly, saying that her daughter “may potentially not have the right to make choices for her body and her future that your daughter Ivanka has been privileged to have.” But on this blustery afternoon just days into the new year, writer and subject found an overstuffed leather couch, commandeered a plate of chocolate chip cookies and spoke about Johansson’s childhood, career and new life as a mother—she has a two-year-old daughter with French advertising executive Romain Dauriac. (They were wed in 2014, three years after the end of Johansson’s brief and high-profile marriage to Ryan Reynolds.) “She’s frank and funny and forthright—a kind of tough-talking New York girl,” Petrusich says. “She’s also deeply uninterested in bullshit. There’s a sense, speaking with her, that you need to be ready to go hard or you’ll lose her interest. It immediately made sense to me that Sofia Coppola cast her as a corrective to the bubbly blonde starlet played by Anna Faris in Lost in Translation. She’s a deep and naturally contemplative person—with a gaze that draws you in even as it commands you to keep up.”

You were born and raised in New York City. What was it like to grow up here?
New York was different then. That makes me sound like an old geezer, but the city was much more accessible. My group of friends was really diverse. We all came from different socioeconomic backgrounds, and our parents did different things. Some parents were drug dealers, some were working in finance, and we all lived in the same community. While it’s still probably the greatest city in the world—I’m biased—I think it used to feel like more was possible here for more people. There’s a great leather store down in the West Village that has been there forever. I was there a couple of months ago, and the guy who has been making sandals since 1967 or whatever is fighting his landlord to stay in that space, because it was once rent stabilized and that doesn’t exist anymore. In the next couple of years it will probably turn into some corporate business. It’s sad, because that’s the heartbeat of New York. That’s what drove the city, what made things seem possible.

Almost everyone I know who grew up in New York City has this lovely quality—not just being exposed to all the different artists working around you but, inevitably, to all these different ways of being, ways of living, ways of seeing the world.
And you can be yourself here, or whatever version of yourself you want to be. That’s not possible in a lot of other places. I love the idea of raising my daughter here. She’s probably exposed to so many more things just going to the playground than almost any other toddler her age growing up in a lot of other places.

You had your daughter in 2015?
What year are we in? No, 2014—I can’t even remember. [laughs] She’s two and a half now.

Do you think motherhood has changed you?
Oh, it has changed me, yes. Just the process of being pregnant and giving birth was incredibly profound. Also surrendering to the fact that with babies, and particularly infants and toddlers, you have to let go of your expectations and of whatever instincts you have to take control of the situation. Of course, being a mother, you have to make decisions all the time that affect this person who is completely dependent on you, but you also have to surrender to the experience, and that in itself is really liberating. For me, it’s the best thing that has ever happened. Ever. Somebody once described it to me as your heart growing this other chamber, and I think that’s really profoundly true. Your capacity to love something, at least in my experience, deepens to a whole other space. I think I was afraid that life would change, and it does; it dramatically changes. But I feel in a lot of ways more myself now than I did before.

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– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots From 2017 > Set 002

Published by Abby Published on February 14, 2017

With Ghost In The Shell now just over a month and half way Paramount Pictures have just released a new Trailer for it, With this one showing off more of what we think the storyline will be about and with a new tagline “They created me, but they cannot control me.”. Ghost In The Shell will open on March 31st, (us & UK).

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– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Trailer 2

Published by Abby Published on February 10, 2017

Although the magazine is not out till the 14th, The HQ digital scans from the latest issue of Marie Claire featuring Scarlett on the cover have now been added to the gallery! be sure to check them out:

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– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Marie Claire – March 2017

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As we said in a previous post that Scarlett would be Honored at AmfAR NYFW, Well the event that will kick off NY Fashion Week took place on Wednesday (08th February) at the Cipriani Wall Street in New York. Both Scarlett who had her award presented by her fellow Avenger co-star Mark Ruffalo and Donatella Versace were honored with the Award of Courage for both their contributions to raising awareness about HIV and AIDS. Scarlett looks classy and gorgeous as always in her form fitting suit. Over 500 HQ photos have been adeed into the gallery for you all to look at.

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– Public Appearances > Events In 2017 > 19th Annual amfAR New York Gala – Arrivals
– Public Appearances > Events In 2017 > 19th Annual amfAR New York Gala – Press Room
– Public Appearances > Events In 2017 > 19th Annual amfAR New York Gala – Show

Published by Abby Published on February 7, 2017

The first three outtakes from Scarlett’s March 2017 Marie Claire cover photoshoot have now been released and she looking just beautiful in them all, In the coming week’s there should be more released but till then head over to are gallery to view these gorgeous ones.

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– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots From 2017 > Set 001

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Marie Claire just released a little exclusive video below from Scarlett’s shoot with them to hold you over till the full set is out on February 15th.

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– Studio Photoshoots > Behind The Scenes > Marie Claire March 2017

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In 2015, Scarlett Johansson was presenting at the Oscars, walking the red carpet in an emerald Atelier Versace gown and a dramatic matching Swarovski necklace. But she was more concerned with another accessory. “I had to bring my breast pump, because I was nursing and every ounce is like liquid gold,” says the actress, who had given birth to her daughter, Rose, five months earlier. After the ceremony, she reunited with it in the company of mutual friends Kelly Ripa and her husband, Mark Consuelos, but not for long.

“Somehow, Mark got ahold of my breast pump—in a bag with all the milk, ice packs in there, and shit. He grabbed it out of my hand,” Johansson recalls. He was just trying to help, she explains, “but our cars got separated. Apparently, Kelly looked over, and she was like, ‘Wait a minute—is that Scarlett’s breast pump? We’ve got to get it back!’ because she knew how panicked I would be. We finally ended up at the same party three hours later, and Mark was like, ‘I’m so sorry.'”

Johansson, 32, laughs her throaty laugh and takes a sip of rooibos tea. Sitting with her in the Gotham Lounge at The Peninsula hotel in Manhattan, it’s hard not to feel a sense of kinship. Minutes ago, I was pumping in the hotel bathroom—she told her story in solidarity. “It’s very humbling,” she says of motherhood. When I absentmindedly shift around my maternity bra, she asks, “How’s your boobs? Are they square? That was always my favorite.”

For someone who has spent the past several years playing a superhero in Marvel’s Avengers franchises, Johansson is refreshingly human. “Sorry I look like such a hobo,” she says. Having just wrapped a USO tour with stops in Turkey, Qatar, and Afghanistan, the actress arrives with a stuffy nose, wearing Levi’s jeans, large-frame glasses, Adidas Superstars, and a Yankees cap. She looks more like your cool girlfriend than a movie-star goddess. But don’t be fooled: She is the latter.

Here, a few highlights from our interview, in our March issue on newsstands February 14:

On the controversy surrounding her casting as the lead in Ghost in a Shell:
“I certainly would never presume to play another race of a person. Diversity is important in Hollywood, and I would never want to feel like I was playing a character that was offensive. Also, having a franchise with a female protagonist driving it is such a rare opportunity. Certainly, I feel the enormous pressure of that—the weight of such a big property on my shoulders.”

On being the highest-grossing actress in Hollywood history:
“Just because I’m the top-grossing actress of all time does not mean I’m the highest paid. I’ve had to fight for everything that I have. It’s such a fickle and political industry.”

On being reluctant to discuss the wage gap:
“Some people felt I should talk about my personal struggle in order to shed a spotlight on the greater issue. Maybe I’m being presumptuous, but I assumed it was obvious that women in all positions struggle for equality. It’s always an uphill battle and fight. My experience with my close female friends and family is that the struggle is real for everybody. Everyone has been discriminated against or harassed—sexism is real.”

On her daughter watching her in movies:
“I don’t think she’s allowed to see any of the movies I’ve made, other than Sing. I’ll be happy when she’s old enough to show her movies where I kicked some a**.”

On no subject being off-limits with her friends:
“I want to talk about what’s happening with your vagina. I want to know why it hates you or whatever. I want to compare and contrast notes. I want to talk about sex and all that stuff.”

On celebrities being vocal about politics:
“[I believe] that it is really important to hear people in various positions of power voice their opinions, their story. Why not? Why can’t I have the voice? Why can’t I use my platform? What’s the point of having it if you don’t use it? If you don’t want to get involved, please, the noise is loud enough. But if you’ve got something to say, say it.”

Credit: marieclaire.com

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– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Marie Claire – March 2017

Published by Abby Published on January 26, 2017

First I just want to take this time to talk about the rumour that Scarlett and Romain have Split, At this time that is all it is a rumour till Scarlett’s or Romain’s people say it’s over don’t trust anything you see or read, But if it is true then I will not be posting about it on the site other then the first official word from them, Scarlett like’s to keep things private and I and you all should respect that.

Yesterday (January 25th) Scarlett and Romin were at the ‘An Uncanny Likeness’ exhibition reception in New York City where Romin was one of the organizers of the show. Scarlett was happy to pose for photos and was rocked an all-black ensemble of a collared shirt tucked into faded denim pants, Some HQ photos have been added to the gallery, enjoy!

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– Public Appearances > Events In 2017 > ‘An Uncanny Likeness’ exhibition reception

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We are now two months away from Ghost In The Shell hitting theatres and today a two new item’s were released for it. The first being a new poster that look’s like but I don’t no for sure was done by Mondo (he is doing the art for the 1995 steelbook that is coming out soon) so could have done it for them. And the other is a little video of Major called Digital Mind with the tag line They did not save her life; they stole it.. In the coming week’s we should get lot’s more new updates.

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– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Screen Captures: Online Featurette – Digital Mind

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