Hello everyone! First of all let me say that I’ve been really busy during all the month and on holidays this past week so that’s why the site hasn’t been updated. Sorry for all the things missing! While I was out of the city Scarlett attended to a few events and some new modeling pics were realeased. I’ll be posting all them soon but for now enjoy the pics of the latest event, An Evening of Cocktails and Shopping hosted by Coach, that benefited the Children’s Defense Fund (April 20)
– Public Events 2011 >Evening of Cocktails and Shopping hosted by Coach
Scarlett joins more than 800,000 women, men, and teens in standing with Planned Parenthood by signing an open letter to Congress and speaking out to protect women’s access to the preventive and lifesaving health services that Planned Parenthood provides.
Today Planned Parenthood posted a video to YouTube that you can see here
I have been very busy this past week to post on the site, but I didn’t want to miss this.
After the tragedy in Japan, I would like to send my love to all our japanese fans and followers. My heart goes out to all the Earthquake and Tsunami victims and to the people that are going through this difficult time.
Dressed in a Spring 2011 Dolce & Gabbana minidress, and photographed by Peter Lindbergh, Scarlett graces the cover of the April issue of Vogue (China) magazine.
I personally love her haircut and her pose, and can’t wait to see the whole editorial! If any of our chinese fans is able to scan the article I would be really grateful!
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Scarlett Johansson will receive the Ally for Equality Award from the Human Rights Campaign at the 2011 HRC Los Angeles Gala on Saturday March 12 at the Ritz-Carlton/JW Marriott in Los Angeles. Former Congressman Patrick Murphy (D-PA) will receive the HRC National Leadership Award, Rabbi Denise Eger and Rev. Canon Susan Russell will receive the HRC Community Equality Award. Jessie Tyler Ferguson of ABC’s “Modern Family” and star personal trainer Jillian Michaels of NBC’s “Biggest Loser” will make special appearances, and retired Marine Staff Sergeant Eric Alva, the first American service member wounded in Iraq and a national advocate for “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal, will be a special guest for the event.
Johansson, a longtime supporter of the LGBT community, will receive the Ally for Equality Award which recognizes the outstanding efforts of those outside of the LGBT community who dedicate time, energy, spirit and whole-hearted commitment to better the lives of LGBT people.
“Scarlett Johansson has been a tremendous friend to the LGBT community and has for many years used her celebrity and talents to advocate for our rights,” said HRC Los Angeles Gala Co-Chair Andrew Arnold. “We appreciate and honor her support as an ally with this award.”
Scarlett Johansson and Jon Hamm in The Philadelphia Story, Hugh Jackman in On the 20th Century, Katie Holmes and America Ferrera in Extremities – these are among the potential Broadway offerings being explored in recent and upcoming staged readings.
None of these readings rep any kind of guarantee of a star’s attachment to a project or even that the project will move ahead. Still, the possibilities are enticing when Johansson netted a Tony for her Broadway debut in A View From the Bridge, Jackman is a proven B.O. powerhouse from stints in A Steady Rain and The Boy From Oz, and Holmes’ publicity-grabbing stint in a supporting role in All My Sons helped keep that show’s grosses healthy.
Johansson, Hamm and John Krasinski were all tapped for a recent reading of Philadelphia Story helmed by Alex Timbers (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson). Philip Barry’s 1939 comedy centers on a socialite whosewedding preparations are complicated by a number of factors, including her ex-husband and a reporter.
As he does every year following the Oscars, Jimmy Kimmel had some star-studded sketches for his post-Oscar episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. This year’s episode features actresses like Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba or Sofia Vergara engage in a new work-out regimen called “Humpilates”. Basically, Kimmel and his writers found an excuse to have some of Hollywood’s most beautiful actresses hump exercise balls bearing the word “hobo”. You can watch the video here and enjoy some stills in our gallery.
– TV Shows & Interviews: Specials > Jimmy Kimmel Post-Oscar Special