Hello netters! Since the site lost it’s previous layout when the scripts where upgraded, I have now re designed our fan archive and video section. I used some of my all time favorite Scarlett photoshoots, and I hope you’ll like it. Comments are truely appriciated – we would love to hear your opinions on them!
I will try to get some updates in at one of the sections later today, to come with our sparkly new designs!
I just noticed that Scarlett’s The Early Show appearance from earlier this month was never posted so you can now check it out under the cut. I’ve also made screencaps of the video. Scarlett looked really beautiful with her dark red hair.
I’ve added some other pending images in the gallery, mainly screencaps from her 2008 interviews, so please click on the last uploads link to view them all.
– Last Uploads
Below you can find a lot of new Scarlett videos. Most of these are from The Spirit promotion (European press tour, Le Grand Journal: La Boîte à questions) and there are also a few clips from the Nobel Peace Concert. I will be making caps of everything soon.
Scarlett and Ryan encourage you to… Not vote. 😉 Video via Myspace Celebrity.
Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Snoop Dogg, Harrison Ford, Julia Roberts, Ben Stiller, Will Smith, Steven Spielberg, Justin Timberlake, along with Sacha Baron Cohen as “Borat,” Zach Braff, Colin Farrell, Neil Patrick Harris, Scarlett Johansson, Shia LeBeouf, Tobey Maguire, Ryan Reynolds, and Jason Segal, are featured in a second of a series of public service announcements to encourage American youth to vote in partnership with Google, YouTube, Declare Yourself, and MySpace. The non-partisan PSA’s, produced by DiCaprio’s Appian Way, were created to engage and inspire young people to vote and participate in the upcoming election.
Be sure to check out the clip – and don’t forget to vote!
Click here to view the video or check it out under the cut. Scarlett appears very briefly around 1:20.
In an effort to raise its socially conscious voice to the already loud socially active part of its environment, YouTube has launched a campaign with the lofty “Millennium Development Goal” of “cutting global poverty in half by 2015.”
The campaign, “In my name,” unites the online destination with Global Call to Action Against Poverty, Oxfam International, Save the Children and Comic Relief to help spread the message that poverty around the world needs to be eliminated.
To get out the word, YouTube last week unveiled a dedicated micro-site, YouTube.com/inmyname, where visitors can upload videos stating their name, home country and a message to their government about the need to meet the poverty goals. Among the celebs who already have put videos on the site are Mischa Barton, Ellie McPherson, Kristin Davis, Annie Lennox, Scarlett Johansson, John Legend, Wyclef Jean and Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas.
As many of you already noticed, I added the photo coverage of Scarlett’s appearance on Tonight Show with Jay Leno earlier this week. After some technical difficulties, I was finally able to upload the video today. It is a lengthy interview and, as usual, Scarlett handles herself with so much class – even when it comes to some rather strange questions. Loyal fan Phil also sent in a video of Scarlett’s appearance on The Early Show from August 12. I’ve added it and made some screencaps. Happy downloading!