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“Ghost In The Shell” Blu-Ray Screen Captures

As I said in my last post Scarlett’s most recent marvel movie Ghost In The Shell was released on Blu-Ray/DVD last week in the Uk, And after working on them all week I have at last added 1080p Blu-ray quality screen captures of Scarlett as Mira/Motoko or the Major. I got to see this in the theater and it was just visually stunning to see in 3D and still holds up at home but 3D or 4K is the way to go on this one. Scarlett dose delivers a solid performance as the Major with just the right amount of distance and intrigue to work and makes it her own just a shame the movie did not do that well, with the unfair press it was getting for casting Scarlett and in the end that is what killed it still any Scarltt fan should give it ago. Over 1400+ Screen Captures are now up in the gallery to view and more Blu-ray caps from some of Scarlett’s older movies are coming very soon.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Blu-Ray Screen Captures: Movie

“Ghost In The Shell” Blu-Ray Bonus Features

Ghost In The Shell is now out on Blu-Ray and DVD in the UK and my copy with the bonus disc came today thanks to HMV, To start with today as I don’t have time to cap the movie yet I did 1080p screen captures from all the bonus features on the Blu-Ray that had Scarlett in and they are Hard-Wired Humanity: Making Ghost In The Shell, Section 9: Cyber Defenders, Man & Machine: The Ghost Philosophy and from the bonus disc Forging The Shell, It’s a shame there was no Deleted Scenes or Gag Reel added on there. Tomorrow I will make a start on doing the main movie caps and they should be up by the end of the week but till then enjoy these!

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Blu-Ray Screen Captures: Bonus Features – Hard-Wired Humanity: Making Ghost In The Shell
– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Blu-Ray Screen Captures: Bonus Features – Section 9: Cyber Defenders
– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Blu-Ray Screen Captures: Bonus Features – Man & Machine: The Ghost Philosophy
– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Blu-Ray Screen Captures: Bonus Features – Forging The Shell

Cinematoday Scarlett Interview

There is no number of Japanese original that the real live planning in Hollywood goes out …… Moreover, even if it realizes, the work convinced by the fans is nearly zero. Under such circumstances, “GHOST IN THE SHELL / Ghost in the Shell” by the original work, Shiro Masamune, director · Mamoru Oshii is fully realized, there will be many fans that expectation and anxiety are half. About the pros and cons of this work there will be individual differences, but it can be said that this is the first successful example in the realization of Japanese animation in Hollywood. Rather Scarlett Johansson, starring the big new work that can not be said to do in Japan, said.

Q: Did you prepare to play Major?
When I saw the original animated version “GHOST IN THE SHELL / GHOST IN THE SHELL”, I did not understand what it was. It is a very abstract story and character setting, and I thought about how to do this in live action. For that, I did a lot of discussions with Rupert Thunder’s director, and from the director I got a lot of data sent to the mountain, so I think it helped me to create a role. It was almost the same as when it was “LUCY / Lucy” that I received materials from the director who suffered from such complicated characters. I do not know, I can not do it. Because, there are lots of fans in the original version, and responsibility is accompanied to playing it in live action. So I read materials and scripts anyway before I started taking pictures, I interpreted myself. Simply thinking, this work is a story that the major is growing through the fight with cyber terrorism. That felt growth and sympathy as my actress. By thinking so, I think it has become very easy.

Q: The action was also pretty hard. About special training on body building?
Regarding physical training, I have been doing constant training every morning with my personal trainer, so I have not done anything special in terms of body building. However, that is what I am doing with my own time, but when I start shooting my time will naturally decrease. So, in the morning, there was sometimes a workout after entering the shooting site. Also, as with any action movie, unless you enter that set, you do not know the choreography at the actual space size and what the wire work is like. So, after I entered the studio this time, I checked the scene with Corio Grapher (choreographer). The hardest thing was the brawl scene in the night club. In a very narrow place, it was really hard because I had to make three men together. It will not be established if we remove timing a bit, and I have been handcuffed to the pole (laugh). And without the stunt, I played all that scene myself. It is a very proud scene.

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– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots From 2017 > Set 009
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Scarlett On Good Morning America

Scarlett was a guest on the day time show Good Morning America yesterday (March 28th) as part of the Ghost In The Shell tour, I’m working on getting hold of the stills from this interview and the caps will be up tomorrow till then you can watch the interview below.

GALLERY LINKS:
– TV Shows & Interviews > Talk Shows > Good Morning America > March 27th, 2017 – Captures
– TV Shows & Interviews > Talk Shows > Good Morning America > March 27th, 2017 – Stills

Scarlett Johansson: Talks To Time Out London

The star of ‘Ghost in the Shell’ on the dangers of a POTUS with no political experience and why she won’t be oversharing her personal life

Scarlett Johansson has been sharing her beliefs loudly and proudly this year. She put the boot into Ivanka Trump on ‘Saturday Night Live’ earlier this month with that spoof TV commercial for Complicit perfume. It was no different when I met Johansson back in January to talk about her new movie, the futuristic sci-fi epic ‘Ghost in the Shell’. We spoke just days before the inauguration of Donald Trump, and the conversation headed away from the movie, a remake of the 1990s Japanese manga and towards politics: she was furious and didn’t care who knew it. A week after we spoke, the actress took to the podium in Washington during the Women’s March, in defence of abortion and reproductive rights. Some actors worry about straying beyond the day job – not this one.

You play a cyborg in ‘Ghost in the Shell’. Where do you even start playing a character that’s not human in any normal way?
‘It felt restrictive. There’s nothing extra to her. She’s efficient. There’s no fumbling for the right thing to say. She doesn’t nervously fidget. She’s not exactly mechanical, but she’s driven, and as an actor you rely on physical nuances, vocal nuances, things that connect with an audience. You don’t want to give a performance that’s monotonous. But it has to stay true to what her experience is. It was challenging.’

Are you interested in how technology affects us more generally?
‘I’m wary of it. I’m probably more wary than someone who isn’t in the public eye. I see the value of anonymity in a way that one cannot unless they don’t have it any more! We live in a world where so much is shared about us and anonymity is such a precious thing. I can’t imagine why you’d actively want to give it up. That’s why I don’t participate in social media. It seems like it can be a great waste of time.’

As an actor, you don’t choose to give up anonymity. The loss must creep up on you.
‘It comes with the territory, I guess. It’s an adjustment. It’s the unfortunate side-effect of doing a job that you love. At the same time, it’s part of the reason why you can do the job you love. One hand holds the other. I don’t feel like I have to actively give up my personal life though. I don’t have to overshare.’

You live and work in Europe a lot these days. You shoot the Avengers movies in the UK. Do you still think of yourself as a New Yorker?
‘Yeah, I do. I’m a New Yorker. It’s something that follows you. It’s an inherent part of how you approach life in general, being a city kid. I carry it with me whether I’m aware of it or not. How I function in other cities, how I problem solve, how I get things done, how I communicate. It’s all the product of growing up in a city where anything is possible. The city is unforgiving, it’s beautiful and tragic and, you know, available and distant, all in one afternoon.’

Are you a fan of London?
‘I love it, it’s a great city. It’s kind of like New York in that sometimes you go there and it’s disappointing. It just feels like it’s full of tourists and everything’s too expensive and nothing cool is going on. Then you go back a few years later and you’re like: Wow! Everything’s fresh and new, and there are fresh and interesting new shops and ideas and galleries and neighbourhoods and music. Every few years it has a renaissance. Londoners are like New Yorkers in some ways: they’re survivors, pushing through.’

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Film Inside Interviews Scarlett For “Ghost In The Shell”

Scarlett Johansson is one of Hollywood’s highest-grossing actresses of all time in North America, with her films making over $3.6 billion and counting. With her outstanding performance in here much anticipated film “Ghost in the Shell” she earned herself the title “Queen of science fiction”. Film Inside’s Rachel Kasuch met the actress in New York where they talked about souls, what to believe, technology and checking the cell phone at the door…

“Ghost In The Shell” New York Press Junkie

And so the Ghost In The Shell tour has moved on to a new country with Scarllet and her co-stars yesterday (March 25th) do a day of press junkie in New York for the movie. I have now post three of the interviews Scarlett did below and now we have some photos from the event as well up in the gallery.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Appearances > Events In 2017 > Ghost In The Shell New York Press Junkie

New “Ghost In The Shell” Photo Update

We are now under a week away from the release of Ghost In The Shell (I will be seeing it next Saturday) so at last Paramount Pictures have released a ton of new photos from the movie, with Scarlett getting new Stills, a promo photoshoot photo and some behind the scenes photos. At this time they are all in MQ but I hope to have them in HQ very soon but till then you can view them all in the gallery.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Movie Stills
– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Promotional Shoot
– Movie Productions > Ghost In The Shell > Behind The Scenes

Gallery Update: Magazine Scans

The last couple of months Scarlett has been in a lot of new magazines from all over the world and I have just added a load into the gallery with all the one’s I have missed.

The scans include: Ocean Drive Panama, 8 Days, Tu Style N.13, Time Out London, Voyage, Cine21, The Hollywood Reporter and Gioia. All the magazine’s are to do with Ghost In The Shell.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Ocean Drive Panama February/March 2017
– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > 8 Days – March 2017
– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Tu Style N.13 – March 2017
– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Time Out London – March/April 2017
– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Voyage – April 2017
– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Cine21 – April 2017
– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > The Hollywood Reporter – April 2017
– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Gioia – April 2017