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The Outset is a minimalist skincare brand that provides exceptional products for everyone, doing away with unnecessary ingredients and harmful stereotypes. With an approach to skincare that is mindful and minimalist, Scarlett says she wants The Outset to be "universal, approachable, and as reliable as your favorite white tee — a classic staple"
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Scarlett’s other movie from last year Sing 2 came out on Blu-ray/DVD a little bit ago and today was able to get my hands on a copy of all the extra’s on the Blu-Ray. Bad news is Scarlett is not in a lot of them or she is in for seconds but the ones she was in are Singing, Anatomy of a Scene The Bus Sequence, From Scratch to Voice and Outtakes. All are up in the gallery now in 1080P so please enjoy them and I will see about getting the videos on here.

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As you all should have seen over the last week, Scarlett Johansson Fan has a new look up on both the main site and the gallery using Scarlett’s The OutSet photoshoots. To go with the look of The Outset I wanted the site to have a clean and fresh look about it and I think Design Demure (They did my florence one as well) did a absolutely amazing job on it. I will be doing some major updates on the site in the coming weeks so keep looking for that.

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Scarlett was a guest in studio of The Today Show on April 27th to to promote her skin care line The Outset coming at last to Sephora shops. She talked all about making The Outset, what they did to test it for all peoples skin. Her time in lockdown and her new baby. After that Scarlett when outside and did the weather forecast for the show.

I have added in the full interview and weather sediment for you all to watch below and and have added in the screen caps to the gallery as well!

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It Sure is a Beautiful Day when Catt is in conversation with an undisputable powerhouse like Scarlett Johansson! Today on the show Scarlett gives us the skinny on her brand-new clean beauty company: The Outset. Also joining is co-founder and CEO Kate Foster Lengyel.

We hear about the challenges of creating clean and effective skin care, the differences between the beauty and film industry, and Scarlett also shares about her own personal skin challenges and living through a pandemic while raising two wee ones.

What products from The Outset does hubby Colin Jost love the most? Does Scarlett have a favorite podcast? And of course, what is her favorite part of the day and why?

Make sure to check out www.theoutset.com online and follow their IG for updates at @theoutset. You can also shop products starting April 26th at Sephora!

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Scarlett Johansson is one of the highest-paid actors in the world, and has starred in some of the highest-grossing movies of all time. But those career defining moments didn’t come easy. She’s had to reframe rejection, say “yes” without looking back, and fight against toxic behavior in the entertainment industry. This week, we’ll ask Scarlett how she had perspective even in the toughest moments — including not getting the original call to be Black Widow — and why she recently took the leap to start her own skincare business.

In this episode, Scarlett shares:
How she’s dealt with rejection in her career
Why she decided to pivot and start her own business
How she’s made a career out of being someone’s “second choice” and how she kept an open mind
How she handled being pigeonholed into certain roles

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Scarlett made a surprise appearance last night (December 05th) at the 44th Kennedy Center Honors at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Scarlett was there for Colin and SNL to support it’s creator Lorne Michaels who was honored for his contributions to the performing arts at the event. Scarlett did do a speech at the event but no videos have come out yet. She was in a plunging gold sequined halter dress and just looks amazing in it. At this time we only have 16 HQ photos from the event and it looks like no more photos will be coming out but I will keep a eye out.

Scarlett made her first “Event” of 2022 planting trees in New York for One Tree Planted with The Outset. For one dollar they plant one tree and Scarlett took the day out to help out. You can find out more Here

Well And Good – It’s 10 a.m. on a sunny Monday morning in early April, and I’m standing in New York City’s Highbridge Park shoveling dirt onto a freshly planted baby tree. A hundred yards away, Scarlett Johansson is wearing a Yankees cap and simple cargo pants, and she’s up to her elbows in mulch. In honor of Earth Month, her new skin-care brand, the Outset, partnered with One Tree Planted, a nonprofit dedicated to global reforestation efforts, and she—along with her co-founder Kate Foster—were spending this particular morning getting their hands dirty to contribute to cause: planting 25,000 trees.

The brand, which launched last month, prides itself on being a beauty brand that centers sustainability and minimalist values. This ethos is exemplified in everything from its packaging (which is made from recyclable glass and post-consumer recycled plastic) and its supply chain (the brand’s factories are 100 percent wind-powered and carbon neutral) to its partnerships (in addition to One Tree Planted, the brand also works with Dress For Success and 1% For the Planet).

The Outset is that inherently optimistic idea that every day is a chance for a fresh start. With our philanthropic efforts, the idea is to support new beginnings for people and the planet.” —Kate Foster, co-founder

“The Outset is that inherently optimistic idea that every day is a chance for a fresh beginning and a new start,” says Foster. “And so with our philanthropic efforts, the idea is to support new beginnings for people and the planet. That’s why we partnered with One Tree Planted for all of Earth Month. Our philosophy is that we’re a consistent, everyday brand, and that’s how we’re showing up with our philanthropic efforts, as well—in these kinds of consistent everyday ways that we can support the causes that are meaningful to us and to our customers.”

With that in mind, “simplicity” is the driving force behind everything that the Outset does. The brand’s product line includes what people need for a well-rounded routine and nothing else: a cleanser, a serum, a moisturizer, and an eye cream. This is in part to ensure their products are accessible to a wide range of complexions, but it’s also a means to help consumers minimize the amount of waste they’re creating with their skin care.

“We wanted to have as little environmental impact as possible,” says Johansson. “There’s a lot of stuff out there, and I think it would be irresponsible of us not to take that into consideration. That kind of mindfulness is a big part of our brand DNA.”

During the month of April, the brand is donating 10 percent of its sales up to $25,000 to One Tree Planted to support wildfire restoration efforts in California. For every dollar donated, there will be one tree planted, adding up to a total of 25,000 trees. And on the other side of the country in NYC, in addition to the individual trees that Johansson, Foster, and their team (and I!) planted, the brand also donated $17,000 to fund urban planting organized by the nonprofit New York Restoration Project. Considering trees in NYC remove 2,000 tons of pollution and sequester 42,300 tons of carbon, these small steps can make a big difference.

Regarding bigger impact potential, Foster and Johansson hope the Outset’s initiatives will inspire the rest of the beauty industry to take note. “I think if you show people that they can use products that are clean and also effective, and that are good for you and have less impact, that’s important,” says Johansson. “The industry is so consumer-driven, so in being proactive and [showing them those products exist], large companies will be forced to follow suit. It’s our goal to be a part of that story.”

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Scarlett and Kate did a new Instagram live Video on 26th April, This time with Sephora to promote THE OUTSET. The video is over 40 minutes long and You can watch it below.

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Deadline – Here’s a hot one. Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) and Chris Evans (Captain America) are set to star in buzzy new movie package Project Artemis, we can reveal, with Ozark star, director and exec-producer Jason Bateman aboard to direct.

That’s not all. Fresh off its Best Picture Oscar win for Coda, Apple has swooped in on the in-demand package in a $100M+ deal. CAA cut the deal on behalf of the producers. This marks another massive purchase for the studio following a year that saw them pay more than $200M for both the Matthew Vaughn package Argyle and the untitled F1 racing pic starring Brad Pitt.

Plot details are being kept tightly under wraps but we hear the project is set against the space race. Screenplay comes from Rose Gilroy, daughter of writer-director Dan Gilroy and actress René Russo.

Two-time Oscar nominee Johansson will produce with Jonathan Lia and Keenan Flynn through their These Pictures production company, which commissioned and developed the script. Bateman will produce via his Aggregate Films banner.

Evans and Johansson have been looking for projects to team up on following the end of their Avengers days and came close on Ghosted, another hot package that Apple scooped up. Johansson fell off after scheduling conflicts with Ana de Armas stepping in. That film is currently filming but everything works out in the end as the two A-listers and old friends get a second chance at teaming up again.

Apple and Johansson are also teaming up on Bride, which the actress is starring in and producing for Oscar-winning director Sebastián Lelio. That project is currently in development.

Apple, which on Sunday became the first streamer to win Best Picture, is on a roll. Potentially releasing this year are Martin Scorsese’s Killer’s Of The Flower Moon and Taron Egerton starrer Tetris. The company made waves a couple of years ago with the massive deal for Antoine Fuqua package Emancipation, which could also debut in 2022 (though the Will Smith Oscar drama may delay things).

Avengers, Marriage Story and Lost In Translation star Johansson is in post on Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City. Captain America, Avengers and Knives Out star Evans is in post on Pixar’s Lightyear and the Russo’s The Gray Man.

Led by Bateman and Michael Costigan, Aggregate’s slate includes FX’s A Teacher; plus the upcoming FX limited series Under The Banner Of Heaven; Florida Man for Netflix; Lessons In Chemistry for Apple; and the Netflix feature Your Place Or Mine. Ozark launches its final seven episodes this April.

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Hypebae – Achieve camera-ready skin with consciously clean beauty products for all.
After serving as the face for luxury beauty brands, renowned Hollywood actor Scarlett Johansson stepped away to breathe life into her own vision, founding The Outset — a minimalist skincare brand that provides exceptional products for everyone, doing away with unnecessary ingredients and harmful stereotypes. With an approach to skincare that is mindful and minimalist, “the vision for The Outset was to create clean and effective products that simplify your routine and elevate your every day. I want The Outset to be universal, approachable, and as reliable as your favorite white tee — a classic staple,” Johansson tells us over email.

Known for her work in front of the camera as the uber-cool and badass Marvel superhero Black Widow, Johansson dedicated her time and energy to learning the ins and outs of the science behind skin care to deliver effective products without the frills. “After representing other brands as a character in their campaigns, I wanted to build a brand that was reflective of me and my beauty ideals. Because I have spent so much of my life in front of the camera, I’m acutely aware of how much my skin is linked to my confidence. There are so many brands and formulas and harsh ingredients, but for me, the simpler, the better. Finding freedom in the uncomplicated was something I wanted to make available to everyone.”

Working with CEO and co-founder Kate Foster Lengyel, The Outset sets itself apart from the pack, providing meticulously thought out formalutions at an affordable price. With all items under $55 USD, the skincare line truly prioritizes accessibility, ensuring all can benefit from the high-quality products. Driven by the old adage, “less is more,” The Outset is purposefully austere in its ingredient list, excluding 2,700 potentially harmful ingredients, doing away with anything that was incomplete, questionably sourced or unsatisfactory. Not only is the latest clean skincare brand fragrance-free, vegan, gluten-free, and nut allergen free, dermatologist and allergy tested, but the Hollywood-approved products’ packaging is designed with the earth in mind, using recycled materials wherever possible.

“The Outset means a new beginning, which feels more relevant than ever at a time when we are all starting over and pressing the reset button. It took years for us to build a brand that was backed by quality and purpose, and I’m thrilled to finally share The Outset with the world. It’s an exciting beginning for me, as well.” The campaign for the star’s latest venture decidedly features a wide diversity of faces, refusing the antiquated notion that first-rate beauty is only meant for some, you’ll find a true variety of genders, skin tones and ages on The Outset’s branding as all can benefit and use its products.

Comprised of five core products, The Outset features a Gentle Micellar Antioxidant Cleanser, Firming Vegan Collagen Prep Serum, Nourishing Squalane Daily Moisturizer, Restorative Niacinamide Night Cream and Smoothing Vitamin C Eye + Expression Lines Cream. The Outset is available now on the brand’s website. Watch The Outset’s innovative and inclusive campaign below.

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Instyle – Scarlett Johansson has held many titles: actress, brand ambassador, producer, mother, wife. And now, she has added one more title to the list: founder. Her newest project, a skincare line called The Outset, has been over five years in the making, and in conversation with InStyle, she says that despite the beauty industry being a crowded market, she believes there’s space for a brand like hers.

“It’s uncomplicated, clean, and mindful, and we’re looking to effect positive change. We’ve partnered with Dress for Success to support women as they enter the labor force, we work with One Tree Planted, we’ve found all these paper-alternatives [for our packaging], and we’re a member of 1% For The Planet. I think there is space for a brand like ours that looks to redirect the industry in a way,” she says. “Yes, it is a very crowded space, but I think there’s space for that.”

The decision to start a skincare brand of her own came at the same time that Johansson decided to stop doing beauty endorsements, which she had been doing for years with brands such as L’Oréal Paris and Dolce & Gabbana. “It just no longer felt desirable to represent other people’s beauty ideals,” she said. “I had a better sense of self and confident in my point of view in this space. [The decision] mirrored my acting career in the sense that I wanted to take charge of my own career in a way.” And while many celebrity beauty brands seem like a play for extra cash and fame, Johansson’s feels more purposeful. When she first considered launching a company, she says that many people encouraged her to license her name and work within a pre-existing infrastructure, which she didn’t want to do. “It would have been easier!” she says, adding that it definitely would’ve taken less time. “But it’s been an incredible journey having a startup — I feel like I got my MBA.”

The idea stemmed from Johansson’s experience with her own skin, which she describes as “problem skin,” and wanting to find something clean, effective, and simple. She realized that there were so many products that were focused on resurfacing the skin, which led it to be raw and aggravated. She says it took a long time for her to realize that replenishing her skin’s moisture levels was very healing. Then came the question of skincare ingredients. “I realized that I was putting a lot of really harmful things on my face — [things that were] harmful for myself and the planet,” she explains. As such, she decided that The Outset would be clean, which the brand describes as being free of fragrances, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, and both gluten and nut allergens. “It’s how we ended up with the hyaluroset complex that’s in all our products,” she says, explaining that it’s a botanical alternative to hyaluronic acid.

The initial collection is quite small, including just five products: the Gentle Micellar Antioxidant Cleanser, Firming Vegan Collagen Prep Serum, Nourishing Squalane Daily Moisturizer, Restorative Niacinamide Night Cream, and Smoothing Vitamin C Eye Expression Lines Cream. The entire line retails for less than $55. It’s as streamlined and simple as Johansson envisioned it to be, and while it’s hard to pick a favorite product after five years, she says she really loves the night cream. “I’m very proud of it. I wanted to create something that felt extremely luxurious and has a beautiful feel the morning after,” she says of her star pick. In fact, she asked her co-founder, beauty entrepreneur and veteran Kate Foster, if they could make a body lotion or hand cream with the formula since she loves it that much. “It would be too expensive, though. But I love it — your skin is noticeably plump and juicy when you put it on.”

And while Johansson’s pick is the night cream, her husband, SNL comedian Colin Jost, is particularly fond of the eye cream. “He’s the first partner I’ve ever had that uses an eye cream,” she says, adding that it fills all his needs and jokes that it’s why he looks so good on Saturday nights. However, as her partner, he helped her test a few formulas, and it wasn’t always smooth sailing. She explains that at one point, she had thought about adding a face mask to the skincare collection and was testing a formula. “I forgot to tell Colin it was self-warming, and he thought he was having a really crazy allergic reaction to it,” she shares while laughing. “He was like, ‘it’s spread and it’s melting off my face!’ He was completely freaking out.”

Life at home is a lot of fun for her. She and Jost welcomed their first child, Cosmo, in August 2021, and her daughter, Rose, is seven-years-old, an age when kids are curious about everything. Johansson shares that it’s funny because Rose questions everything she does. “‘Why are you tweezing your eyebrows? Why are you curling your lashes? What’s a tampon? What’s it for?'” she laughs. “She asked me why my underwear went up my butt crack, and I had to try to explain what a panty line was. I was like, “’cause you don’t want a line in your pants,” and she was like “Why?” And I was like, “’cause then you could see my underwear,” and she was like “But you are wearing underwear.” Like I know, it’s weird.”

With a newborn, Johansson is grateful she’s always had a simple skincare routine. However, since it’s winter and New York City (where she lives) is very dry, she says she tries to remind herself to moisturize head to toe. “I forget to use body lotion most of the time. It feels time-consuming, even though it only takes about 30 seconds,” she shares. After Cosmo was born, she says it took her a long time to get her hair cut and colored, and that once she did, she felt fresh and like herself again. Her hair has been something of hers she’s always had fun with. “When I was 19, I cut my hair into a fashion mullet, which I wanted to have a Bowie-meets-Silkwood vibe. When I look back, it felt like it was beyond forward, it was probably extreme, but now it’s back and I still think it was a really cute haircut,” she says. Another throwback beauty trend she brings up are the ultra-thin eyebrows that, like the mullet, are beginning to come back in style. “I definitely tweezed all my friends’ eyebrows away, which they still give me shit about,” she says. “Mine grew back, but I guess my friends’ didn’t and they’re still pissed about it — whatever, it was popular back then!” And something that will always be popular? Conscious beauty, which you can now find at theoutset.com.

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Forbes – From the outset, Scarlett Johansson didn’t want her new skin care company, The Outset, to be just another celebrity beauty brand. And while she is obviously the name behind it, the two-time Oscar nominee approached the venture like an entrepreneur.

For Johansson, who had already been the face of L’Oréal, that meant having the right business partner. “After spending three years meeting large beauty corporations and smaller production facilities and exploring product development,” the 37-year-old actress says of The Outset’s CEO, Kate Foster, “I realized that if I was going to launch something from the ground up, I needed to find my person.” With more than 20 years in fashion and beauty, Foster had previously held executive roles at the beauty division of Victoria’s Secret, Juicy Couture and NYDJ. She then founded SwearBy, a site featuring word-of-mouth recommendations with an emphasis on beauty and self-care products. When SwearBy was acquired by Meredith in January 2020, her friends in the beauty industry insisted she meet Johansson.

“Kate was not necessarily looking to get into something, but she was curious,” Johansson recalls. “I liked that about her. Curiosity, to me, is a highly desirable quality in any successful creative.”

Foster says she was immediately drawn to Johansson’s vision. “She wanted to build the effortless white tee of skin care. I was intrigued by this concept,” she says. The two were very clear on what the skincare startup would not be. Johansson rejected the idea of building a celebrity namesake brand and eliminated any hints of Millennial pink so that it could appeal to all generations and genders. “She had done her homework, and it was clear this was not a vanity project,” says Foster. “It’s about the consumer—that’s why it’s not called Scarlett Johansson Skin Care.”

Long before Foster came aboard, Johansson spent five years market-testing with prestige beauty consumers to understand their needs and their pain points. The two learned that 96% of prospective consumers were more interested in preserving skin health than in transforming its appearance, which reassured their clean, simplified take on skin care. The Outset then eliminated more than 2,700 ingredients, resulting in a vegan and allergen-free product line. Grounded in that market research, Foster helped architect an affordable product line—$55 or less.

To further differentiate herself as a celebrity founder, Johansson chose not to just partner with a large beauty development house, such as Coty (parent company of Kylie Skin) or Kendo (the brand behind Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty line). “She didn’t want to go that route,” says Foster. ”She wanted to build something for herself, like a true startup, similar to how she built her own production company. It’s a scrappy startup approach.”

While still a lean team of ten based in New York, The Outset was able to secure between $5 million and $10 million in funding from the Najafi Cos., a private investment firm founded by Jahm Najafi. The Najafi Cos. is also a significant investor in Beach House Group, a brand studio for a range of emerging celebrity-founded lifestyle brands, including Tracee Ellis Rossz’ Pattern Beauty and Shay Mitchell’s travel brand, Beis. Foster says they chose the Najafi team because “they were not about a cash-in/cash-out deal but about building a brand with longevity.” She declined to comment on whether she or Johansson invested personal capital.

Najafi, meanwhile, says he liked that The Outset was driven by passion, but not a passion project. “We were attracted to Scarlett and Kate’s approach that The Outset brand and products should stand on their own,” he says, “distinct from a celebrity persona, and remain customer-centric where the customers are, in many ways, the protagonists in this story.”

Sarah Jindal, a beauty analyst at Mintel, says celebrity founders like Johansson must be prepared to address the crowded nature of beauty. In response to The Outset’s branding, Jindal says many companies, from Glossier to Sunday Riley, have already moved away from the complex, multi-step regimens. “This is in line with the direction we see the category moving; streamlining, simplification, etc.”

Foster is undeterred by the A-list competition. “It’s undeniable that it’s a crowded market for celebrity skin care and celebrity beauty,” she says, “but we felt that chaos and noise was actually where the opportunity lies, this idea of trying to reset and take the guesswork out of skin care.”

For her part, Johansson does not see distinguishing herself in the beauty-verse as her biggest obstacle: “Launching during a pandemic and now dealing with supply chain issues, especially since we are trying to maintain very high clean and sustainability standards, has been an exciting challenge to navigate.” She also emphasizes that her company is inherently mission-driven, and announced The Outset has partnered with Dress for Success to support women returning to the labor force, One Tree Planted to support California wildfire reforestation projects, and is a member of 1% for the Planet.

“We plan to show up and build a community around what we stand for,” says Johansson.

The Outset officially launched its direct-to-consumer site on March 1 with five items, then hits shelves exclusively at Sephora, beginning on April 26. It will roll out new products, bundled sets and refills in the coming months. Foster says they plan to invest in social media ads and influencer partnerships. But she notes another important differentiator. “This isn’t your average celebrity brand because Scarlett is not on social media, so it’s not that Scarlett has this existing audience that she’s looking to monetize,” says Foster. “There’s a mystery around her.”

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Scarlett has made her first talk show of the year on one of her very close friends show The Drew Barrymore Show on last Wednesday (March 16th) to promote her new skin care line The Outset. They had a talk the times they have been together like Christmas day, shopping and the movie they did together, about Colin, the Saturday night live news report and would teenager Scarlett date teenager Colin and the answer was no. The Outset and how it was made and what she wants from it, and played a game of five things and was asked if she could cry on the spot and yes she can. It was great to see the two talking and just having fun with it.

I have got hold of the full interview and put it into 3 parts and have added them for you all to watch below and and have added in the screen caps to the gallery as well!

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Scarlett and Kate did a new Instagram live Video on Friday (11th Match), This time with Instagram Shop to promote The Outset. The video is over 30 minutes long and has some great interviews in it from Scarlett. You can watch it below.

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In this edition of Life in Looks, Scarlett Johansson walks Vogue through her personal style over the years.

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There’s no doubt that beauty brands are lining up for the chance to sign Scarlett Johansson as a brand ambassador. But now, the award-winning actress is all about The Outset, her new skin-care brand.

“For a long time, I was a brand ambassador for different luxury beauty brands and beauty brands. And right around I’d say my late 20s, I was just done representing someone else’s beauty, ideal or beauty standard, and felt like I was confident enough to do something that really was true to me,” she said on this week’s episode of the Glossy Beauty Podcast.

Five years in the making, The Outset was unveiled March 1 with six products. Johansson teamed up with fashion and beauty executive Kate Foster Lengyel to found the brand, which is available via DTC sales now and will launch with Sephora on April 26.

Lengyel oversees the day-to-day business operations of the brand, “and then I look after Kate,” said Johansson.

The marketing strategy is focused on Instagram and TikTok, but through the brand’s accounts, specifically — Johansson famously steers clear of having a personal Instagram account.

“My ego is far too fragile for me to have my own social media,” she said. While she said “never say never,” when it comes to starting her own account, she added, “I cannot imagine it happening anytime soon.”

On the podcast, the business partners went into more detail on the brand’s founding, including how it was inspired by Johansson’s straightforward approach to skin care, as well as consumer research.

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Scarlett was on the radio show On Air With Ryan Seacrest to talk about her new skin care line The Outset and a lot of other things. You can watch the interview below.

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Black Widow actress, Scarlett Johansson has made her debut on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show.

We’ve had Colin Jost on, Johansson’s mother and father-in-law and now the actress herself! “My mother-in-law is much more popular than I ever will be… I’ve gotten a lot of free breakfasts because of her,” Johansson jokes to the morning show. Johansson has just launched her “consciously clean minimalist skincare essentials” skincare line The Outset. It’s been a long time coming for Johansson with this new line. “It’s been a project I’ve been working on for 5 years,” Johansson says. “I’ve worked with a lot of prestigious beauty brands… I just didn’t want to fit someone else’s beauty ideal.”

After 5 years and what Johansson feels was like getting her MBA says, “It’s been adventurous to say the least.” Johansson continues, “It’s a really crowded space and there’s a lot of noise and it just feels so complicated, we wanted something to reduce all that noice,” she says, “We are very very proud of it.”

The best story Johansson tells though is that when her husband used the self heating mask, “I forgot to tell Collin it was self heating and I think he thought his face was melting off.”

The Outset has already launched. Also in April, the skincare line is launching is all 500 Sephora stores.

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Again here is a post that I thought I would never make but Scarlett did her first Instagram live video today, She was doing it with Bobby Brown but she was a little late so Scarlett looked a little lost to start with but was just adorable in it. You can watch it below from out Instagram and I will try and get it onto youtube soon.

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Allure – Colin Jost is an eye cream guy. At least, that’s according to Scarlett Johansson. “I’ve never had a partner who used eye cream before,” she tells Allure over a Zoom call. (The actor and Saturday Night Live star married in 2020, and share a six-month-old son, Cosmo.) “I always forget to put eye cream on, even though my makeup artists always tell me to.”

And so Johansson tapped Jost to be the “guinea pig” for her new eye cream, part of her new skin-care brand, The Outset. “He was the first one to use it regularly,” she shares. “He’s been using it secretly for a year.” Before The Outset came into his life, Jost regularly used Kiehl’s Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer. “I think it makes him feel invigorated,” Johansson adds.

The Outset’s first drop contains five products. First, there’s a Gentle Micellar Antioxidant Cleanser. For the uninitiated, micellar water is a combination of water, ingredients like glycerin and surfactant. Board-certified dermatologist Francesca Fusco, M.D., previously told Allure that this formula works well on acne-prone skin since micellar water “removes trapped debris from the skin, but doesn’t dry it out.”

Then there’s the Firming Vegan Collagen Prep Serum, and as the name implies the collagen does not come from fish (as it has in the past). “Newer collagen sources can be bio-engineered or from plant sources,” cosmetic chemist Ginger King previously explained to Allure.

Next up are the Nourishing Squalane Daily Moisturizer and Restorative Niacinamide Night Cream. Squalane works best for folks with dry or mature skin and that the ingredient can “aid in skin-care problems wherein the skin barrier is disrupted and transepidermal water loss is an issue,” says board-certified dermatologist Samantha Fisher, M.D. (The Nourishing Squalane Daily Moisturizer is also a favorite among the lucky Allure editors who received the line ahead of the launch.)

As for niacinamide, New York City-based board-certified dermatologist Marisa Garshick, M.D., says “it provides a great option on its own to help target skin-care concerns, such as discoloration and redness while being gentle on the skin.”

On to Jost’s favorite, the Smoothing Vitamin C Eye + Expression Lines Cream. Board-certified dermatologist Patricia Wexler, M.D. once told Allure that vitamin C “is a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals,” which means it can help repair damaged skin cells — and in the Expressions Lines Cream, it can brighten the undereye area over time.

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Let Scarlett Johansson Tell You About Her Skincare Brand, The Outset, Herself

We’re always in awe of our amazing guests, but today feels monumental in a few ways because we have Scarlett Johansson as our guest on the pod. An Academy Award nominee! Black Widow. AN AVENGER! Scarlett is joined by Kate Foster Lengyel, co-founder of her skincare brand The Outset (and Sara’s former boss!) which launches today, 3/1. Together, they share everything you need to know about the brand: the products, the ethos, the “why?” of it all. And there’s a lot of great product recommendations to be had, from a tried-and-true shampoo and conditioner that reminds Scarlett of high school to a $4 hand cream she can’t stop applying. We also share our thoughts on the brand as a whole. *Glams, one of The Outset products we discuss is not available at launch: The Lip Treatment. Coming soon!*

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ABOUT THE BRAND: Inspired by Scarlett’s personal approach to beauty, The Outset was created to simplify our routines and help produce a consistent ritual to give our best, brightest, and most camera-ready skin.
Tap to learn more and stay tuned for breakdowns of each one of our clean, vegan, cruelty-free, sustainably minded daily essentials.

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Today is the day people that Scarlett’s new skin care company The Outset has official launched yay. It’s been a busy day of promo from the site and Scarlett with lot’s of new articles, photoshoots and some videos coming out. Now the big news that all us fan’s want to no is can we get our hands on the skin care line and the answer to that is yes if you are in the US and no if you are outside of the US, It’s very disappointing for a lot but it’s a small company so I hope in time that will come. You can watch all the videos that have come out today below and all the photos are in the gallery now.

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WWD – The two-time Oscar-nominated actress talks about her new clean beauty line that’s been five years in the making.

Scarlett Johansson is the latest celebrity embarking on a venture in the beauty industry. The two-time Oscar-nominated actress revealed on Tuesday her clean skin care line, called The Outset, which is launching with five products meant to reflect Johansson’s own minimal skin care routine. For the venture, Johansson teamed with Kate Foster Lengyel, a beauty industry veteran who has worked in the beauty divisions of Victoria’s Secret and Juicy Couture.

“I entered this industry blindly in a way,” Johansson explained alongside Foster Lengyel at The Outset’s Flatiron office. “It’s very different from what I do in my other job, but I had worked for a long time as an ambassador for other beauty brands and I think as I got older in my late 20s, there was a turning point where I just felt like I was done representing other people’s ideal beauty standards and I felt like I had enough confidence to start something on my own that felt true to me.”

Johansson spent the last five years going down different avenues for the brand, working with various formulators and beauty executives until she met Foster Lengyel through mutual friends right before the pandemic hit. The two spent their time during quarantine brainstorming and figuring out their attack plan and were able to fast track their idea.

The Outset is launching with five clean skin care products: the Gentle Micellar Antioxidant Cleanser, the Firming Vegan Collagen Prep Serum, the Nourishing Squalene Daily Moisturizer, the Restorative Niacinamide Night Cream and the Smoothing Vitamin C Eye + Expression Lines Cream. Products range from $32 to $54 and will be available on The Outset’s website before entering Sephora in April.

“We call it the classic white T of skin care,” said Foster Lengyel, who is the brand’s cofounder and chief executive officer. “It’s a universal staple in your wardrobe. It pairs with everything else and I think we understand from our conversations with consumers that they like to use a variety of brands, and so we wanted to create a brand that would play well with others.”

The Outset uses a signature Hyaluroset complex, a botanical alternative to hyaluronic acid, in all of its products to deliver lasting hydration, plumping and smoothing. The brand excluded 2,700 harmful ingredients from its products and looked to only clean ingredients.

“I was looking at all avenues,” Johansson said when asked why she chose skin care rather than another beauty category. “Like, I love color, fragrance and skin care. This is going to sound kind of esoteric, but I really meditated on it a lot and spent a lot of time thinking about it. I kept coming back to the idea of skin care because I had problem skin for a very long time that I felt self-conscious about. [Skin care] was just very much the base of the rest of my beauty routine and if I wasn’t feeling good about my skin, no amount of hair or makeup or glamour would make that feeling go away.”

The Outset centers on a three-step Daily Essential Regimen with its cleanser, prep serum and daily moisturizer, which mimics Johansson’s own daily routine. Johansson and Foster Lengyel felt it was important to offer basic daily essentials that would elevate and fit in with a customer’s daily habits.

Johansson’s skin care brand comes at a time of increasing activity in the celebrity beauty industry where many major celebrities have come out with their own brand over the last two years. This includes the launches of Selena Gomez’s Rare Beauty, Jennifer Lopez’s JLo Beauty, Jennifer Aniston’s LolaVie and Ariana Grande’s R.E.M. Beauty, among others.

For Johansson, she sees her skin care brand as unique to what’s on the market because it came out of her own necessity and offers a simpler solution for daily skin care.

“I can just speak for The Outset, which is it was such a labor of love,” she explained. “[The beauty industry] is a very crowded space, but in that space I felt like there was an opportunity to almost reduce the noise and make something that felt like it was an easy choice for people to understand and there was a transparency to it.

Unlike many other celebrities and their brands, Johansson opted to not use her name and didn’t have any intention of doing so from the get-go.

“I never thought about using my name,” she explained. “I wanted this line to stand on its own and I didn’t want it to feel like there was any sort of pre-existing idea of what it was going to be. That people could approach the line and take away what they will from it without my presence being there.”

The Outset was coined by Foster Lengyel after the two cofounders decided they wanted the brand’s name to reflect new beginnings.

The skin care brand is also rooted in sustainability. The Daily Essential Regimen products are all refillable. The brand aims to offer more refillable products as it continues to release new launches.

Johansson and Foster Lengyel explained that The Outset has a few more facial skin care products slated for release later this year and that they have their sights set on body care as their next category expansion.

“We have a lot of dreams for where we see our company going,” Johansson concluded. “I think it’s about getting this out there and then seeing how people use it, how they respond and opening up the dialogue and inviting a community of people to be a part of it. It’s very exciting to finally be sharing the brand with other people. It’s been such an inside operation for so long.”

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Hollywoodreporter – The star and her business partner Kate Foster Lengyel take The Hollywood Reporter inside the launch of The Outset, the actress’ new vegan, eco-friendly brand.

Scarlett Johansson does not share her life with the world on social media. In this way, the actress hews to a pre-Instagram model of stardom, when celebrities were seen and heard in limited and intentional ways (read: when promoting a project). Johansson’s place in modern Hollywood, though, is evidenced by the launch of her new skin-care brand The Outset, as she joins a chorus of other celebrity beauty brands that seems to grow larger for consumers each season.

The Outset is an eco-friendly, plant-based skincare line. Johansson’s co-founder and the brand’s CEO, Kate Foster Lengyel, was founder and CEO of SwearBy, a digital site focused on word-of-mouth product recommendations. Together, with funding from the Najafi Companies (also an investor in Tracee Ellis Ross’ Pattern hair care line and Shay Mitchell’s travel essentials company Béis), Johansson and Foster created a line of six fragrance-free products: a cleanser, prep serum, day cream, night cream, fine line cream and lip treatment ($28 to $54). The brand’s signature is Hyaluroset Complex, a trademarked, hydrating ingredient blend that’s a botanical alternative to hyaluronic acid. On March?1, the items will be available on the brand’s direct-to-consumer website, and at sole retail partner Sephora on April?26.

Johansson — who was working on the launch amid her now-settled lawsuit against Disney over Black Widow’s release — and Foster spoke with The Hollywood Reporter over Zoom in December and again in February for a rare look at two different stages of the brand building process as the founders inched closer to its debut in the marketplace.

Johansson admitted that before she dove in to creating her own brand, the idea seemed daunting. “I never understood the background of how brands come to be. I just didn’t feel like I had a place at the table, because it was this whole new venture,” the actress told THR. “I think over time I just felt more confident that it was something that I had a perspective on. And felt like it was worth pursuing this dream.”

She started envisioning the line five years ago. “[The Outset] just was born out of curiosity and a genuine love for beauty and for skin care,” says Johansson. Early in the process, the budding entrepreneur met with several beauty companies about pairing with them, but she “kept coming back to this really authentic desire” to forge her own path.

She met Foster (“my producing partner, essentially,” says the actress) through mutual friends in the beauty industry, and the two recall being immediately aligned on how the brand should take shape: “I needed somebody else that felt brave and confident enough to do it independently of some of the major houses and brands. So Kate, I think, was the person for the job because she is a risk-taker. And she and I had a similar kind of ethos around beauty.”

Says Foster of Johansson, who serves as chairman of the company: “From our first meeting two years ago to where we are now, her vision then and the way that she described the brand, it’s like 99.9% the same as what we’re introducing.”

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Vvogue – The last time I met Scarlett Johansson, seven years ago, she had just given birth to her daughter, Rose, and had brought the infant on the press junket for a new luxury beauty launch. Johansson was running late, according to her publicists, who kept the details vague. She arrived within a few minutes, looking noticeably bright-eyed and fresh, especially for someone who was only a few months postpartum. “I’m so sorry, I was nursing my daughter,” she explained with a warmth and familiarity that were disarming coming from the woman who would shortly become the world’s highest-paid actress.

When we meet again in late fall, this time hovered over our respective computers, I am hiding from my children in a corner of my basement turned home office, while Johansson sits in her closed-door bedroom, shielded, for the moment, from her daughter and her son, Cosmo, who has just turned three months. Her Zoom background reveals a cheery frond-print wallpaper that the 37-year-old actor installed during the pandemic to simulate more tropical climes—or, she jokes, a retirement home in South Beach. “I’m so sorry I was late, I had to pump my boob,” she says, flashing a megawatt smile. Some things, it seems, haven’t changed.

Others have. “I’ve been the face of several luxury brands throughout my career, and all of those experiences were really wonderful. But—how do I put this?” she pauses, a black baseball cap semi-­obscuring a furrowed brow. “I guess I always felt like I was sort of playing a character in those campaigns, and as I evolved, I wanted to create and represent a brand that was true to me.” This month, Johansson makes good on that goal with The Outset, a six-piece line of skin-care essentials that offers simple, clean, effective, and accessible formulas.

Johansson isn’t the first celebrity to get into the beauty game. Last year alone saw the arrival of new brands from Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Aniston, Jada Pinkett Smith, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and the singer Halsey, among other A-listers hoping to add “founder” to their résumés. But there are very few beauty hopefuls with Marvel superhero franchises and indie cred—and even fewer who possess the layered intrigue that has always swirled around Johansson: the bombshell, the beauty queen, the badass assassin.

“I walked into our first meeting kind of taking a deep breath thinking, Holy crap, I’m about to meet Scarlett Johansson,” says Kate Foster Lengyel, The Outset’s cofounder, an industry veteran who was introduced to Johansson through mutual friends. She too was immediately charmed by Johansson’s intelligence and humor, which translate as a kind of normal-girl energy that you just don’t expect from Natasha Romanoff. “She’s Old Hollywood in that way,” confirms her longtime makeup artist Frankie Boyd.

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Forbes – Scarlett Johansson is joining the sea of celebrity skin care founders. Last June, the two-time Oscar nominee announced she would be entering the beauty market with her own line, and on Tuesday, the 37-year-old actress launched an Instagram account and a website offering a sneak peek of her brand, The Outset.

“I’ve been the face of several luxury brands throughout my career, and all of those experiences were really wonderful,” Johansson wrote in one post, referencing her years with L’Oréal, Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana, and others. “But—how do I put this? I guess I always felt like I was playing a character in those campaigns, and as I evolved I wanted to create and represent a brand that was true to me.” Using the hashtag #TheStartOfYou, Johansson’s preview of The Outset suggests a product line centered on eco-friendly and plant-based ingredients.

Johansson will serve as the chairman of the new company, which is expected to officially launch on March 1. Cofounder Kate Foster will be the CEO. Foster was previously founder and CEO of SwearBy, a digital site focused on word-of-mouth product recommendations.

The Outset has funding from the Najafi Companies, a Phoenix-based private investment firm founded by Jahm Najafi, vice chair and partial owner of the Phoenix Suns and McLaren Formula One Race Team. In addition to backing the NBA team and other sports ventures such as StubHub, BodyBuilding.com and Mission Advancement Corp. with Colin Kaepernick, Najafi has a notable portfolio of celebrity-founded lifestyle brands, including Tracee Ellis Ross’ Pattern Beauty and Shay Mitchell’s bag company, Beis.

WWD reported last year that Najafi invested between $5 million to $10 million to fund The Outset launch. When Johansson announced that the beauty company was in the works, the mother of two said she took a step away from her existing endorsement deals to focus on her own venture.

Johansson is joining a long list of stars with cosmetics brands. Rihanna, Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez already have their own beauty lines, all of which tend to boast an emphasis on clean ingredients, simplicity, accessibility and inclusiveness. But the crowded market isn’t deterring Johansson from entering the skin care space, which helped make Rihanna a billionaire last year.

The cluttered market did not deter Najafi from investing. “The Outset is a special opportunity; for us to partner with an artist, it comes down to core values, passion and commitment…” says Dean Schnider, partner at The Najafi Companies. “Scarlett has been perfecting her own skincare formulations for years and the amount of genuine passion and intentionality that has led to The Outset is a true differentiator in the marketplace.”

While The Outset is a serious business venture, Johansson’s husband, Saturday Night Live star Colin Jost, couldn’t resist making with the wisecracks in the comments of the new Instagram account: “Is this the best way to contact you?” Jost asked a Johansson portrait. “I’m starting a similar brand called ‘Part of a Face’ and would love to use this photo. Thanks.”

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Vanityfair – The Black Widow star launches her clean skin-care line today—never mind if she’s famously off social media. “I am really excited to create content for The Outset and be involved in our brand in that way,” she says. “But I don’t need to share pictures of my breakfast in order to do that.”

The start of spring is weeks away, but small signs of renewal keep presenting themselves. Clothing in petal-soft pastels. Fresh haircuts. Offices steadily humming back to life. That all manifests in the Zoom window, where Scarlett Johansson (salmon-colored sweater, crisp blond bob) is smiling from the Manhattan headquarters of The Outset, her new skin-care brand. Nothing about the six minimalist products suggests the star power that comes from Marvel juggernauts and art-house darlings like Lost in Translation and Her. In lieu of the actor’s name on the white boxes, there are tiny logos denoting cruelty-free formulas, a carbon-neutral facility, and cartons made using wind energy. If there’s a whiff of Johansson at all—a surname passed down by her Danish architect father—it’s in the Scandinavian simplicity of the design: frosted-glass jars with cornflower blue type.

“We kept coming back to the beginning, a restart, every day feeling like a new opportunity, elevating your every day, the essentials—all of these words,” the actor says of the early brainstorms. “And, I don’t know, Kate had this stroke of genius.” The Outset, as christened by cofounder and CEO Kate Foster, taps into a spirit of optimism—a bright coda for a project that coalesced over a downbeat two years. “The first time we met in person was right before the pandemic exploded—we actually met at a restaurant that’s unfortunately no longer there,” Johansson recalls. Ramping up a business amid global upheaval had its obvious challenges, but the state of things also offered a window of opportunity. “We were just like, ‘Okay, the noise has kind of died down and here we are; it’s just us. Let’s get to work.’”

If a phrase like the outset signals a clean slate, that philosophy also extends to its vision for an overhauled skin-care landscape, with considered ingredients and come-one-come-all approachability. (The protective night cream is the biggest ticket item, at $54.) At the heart of the range is an elemental three-step routine: a micellar gel for gentle cleansing, a firming serum, and a squalane-boosted moisturizer. Filling out the lineup are two targeted treatments: a lotion-like application for lips, and an eye cream for smoothing fine lines. (It’s a sleeper hit with Johansson’s husband, SNL star and Staten Island Ferry co-owner Colin Jost.)

For Johansson, whose onscreen work has expanded into a production company, it seems natural that her previous beauty ambassador roles would inspire her to create something of her own. The idea of building community was central; sustainability, too. “Making something that was a necessity without contributing to a problem was a pillar of importance for me,” she says, echoing the brand’s warm, pragmatic approach. Here, she revisits her Y2K piercings, hints at The Outset’s next steps, and talks about the lingering scrutiny around motherhood.

Vanity Fair: In the late 1990s, when you appeared with Robert Redford in The Horse Whisperer, he described your level of maturity as “13 going on 30.” Did that ahead-of-the-curve awareness extend to skin care?
Scarlett Johansson: It’s so funny that you brought that up. Right around the time when I made The Horse Whisperer, I was starting to get teenage, like, hormonal acne. And I remember—this really shows you how careful you have to be around what you say to young people—the makeup artist at the time was like, “Whoa, what is that? Like Mount Vesuvius.” He was describing my acne and it made me feel terrible. I did have problem skin for a really long time, well into my 20s. Even before that, starting to wear makeup when I was like eight, nine years old for film, my mom always reminded me to take care of my skin. [No matter the] amount of beauty or lighting or whatever, at the end of the day, coming home and washing your makeup off and seeing your skin, you’re just kind of there with yourself. I’ve been hyper-aware of how that has affected my own self-confidence.

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hypebae – Achieve camera-ready skin with consciously clean beauty products for all.
After serving as the face for luxury beauty brands, renowned Hollywood actor Scarlett Johansson stepped away to breathe life into her own vision, founding The Outset — a minimalist skincare brand that provides exceptional products for everyone, doing away with unnecessary ingredients and harmful stereotypes. With an approach to skincare that is mindful and minimalist, “the vision for The Outset was to create clean and effective products that simplify your routine and elevate your every day. I want The Outset to be universal, approachable, and as reliable as your favorite white tee — a classic staple,” Johansson tells us over email.

Known for her work in front of the camera as the uber-cool and badass Marvel superhero Black Widow, Johansson dedicated her time and energy to learning the ins and outs of the science behind skin care to deliver effective products without the frills. “After representing other brands as a character in their campaigns, I wanted to build a brand that was reflective of me and my beauty ideals. Because I have spent so much of my life in front of the camera, I’m acutely aware of how much my skin is linked to my confidence. There are so many brands and formulas and harsh ingredients, but for me, the simpler, the better. Finding freedom in the uncomplicated was something I wanted to make available to everyone.”

Working with CEO and co-founder Kate Foster Lengyel, The Outset sets itself apart from the pack, providing meticulously thought out formalutions at an affordable price. With all items under $55 USD, the skincare line truly prioritizes accessibility, ensuring all can benefit from the high-quality products. Driven by the old adage, “less is more,” The Outset is purposefully austere in its ingredient list, excluding 2,700 potentially harmful ingredients, doing away with anything that was incomplete, questionably sourced or unsatisfactory. Not only is the latest clean skincare brand fragrance-free, vegan, gluten-free, and nut allergen free, dermatologist and allergy tested, but the Hollywood-approved products’ packaging is designed with the earth in mind, using recycled materials wherever possible.

“The Outset means a new beginning, which feels more relevant than ever at a time when we are all starting over and pressing the reset button. It took years for us to build a brand that was backed by quality and purpose, and I’m thrilled to finally share The Outset with the world. It’s an exciting beginning for me, as well.” The campaign for the star’s latest venture decidedly features a wide diversity of faces, refusing the antiquated notion that first-rate beauty is only meant for some, you’ll find a true variety of genders, skin tones and ages on The Outset’s branding as all can benefit and use its products.

Comprised of five core products, The Outset features a Gentle Micellar Antioxidant Cleanser, Firming Vegan Collagen Prep Serum, Nourishing Squalane Daily Moisturizer, Restorative Niacinamide Night Cream and Smoothing Vitamin C Eye + Expression Lines Cream. The Outset is available now on the brand’s website. Watch The Outset’s innovative and inclusive campaign below.

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Scarlett is being honoured by Dress for Success – your hour, her power 2022 campaign as one of 27 woman this year. Dress for Success is a global nonprofit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help them thrive in work and in life and has been around since 1997 honouring and helping all woman. You can view the website Here and find out about all the work they do, and all the other woman who are being honoured this year.

Dress for Success’ annual Your Hour, Her Power® campaign kicks off March 1 in celebration of Women’s History month and International Women’s Day. This year, Dress for Success is excited to bring back “31 Days of Women in Power” for a second year to inspire hope and resilience among women by honoring groundbreaking women in leadership positions across various industries.

For March 8, we honor Scarlett Johansson, Founder and Chair of The Outset, a new clean beauty brand focused on simplicity via consciously clean ingredients and mindfully designed products. Scarlett is a Tony and BAFTA winner and two-time Academy Award nominee, and the highest grossing female actor of all time. She was most recently seen in the final installment of the Avengers film series, Avengers: Endgame, and reprised her role as “Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow” in the highly anticipated stand-alone film Black Widow. She earned Academy Award nominations for her work in Marriage Story, directed by Noah Baumbach, and in Taika Waititi’s JoJo Rabbit.

Other recent roles include Sing and Sing 2, Avengers: Infinity War, Lucy, Under the Skin, Ghost in the Shell, Isle of Dogs and Her, which earned her a Best Actress Award at the Rome Film Festival. A champion for giving back, Johansson has served as Global Ambassador for Oxfam and RED, and has actively supported philanthropic organizations including USA Harvest, Feeding America, AmfAR, Meals on Wheels, Solar Responders, Soles4Souls, and Planned Parenthood.

Scarlett discussed the reason she joined Dress for Success’ Your Hour, Her Power campaign, “When women own their power, they can show up in the world in ways that contribute to society and the global economy. Every day is a new opportunity to reclaim your power, to begin again and make your mark on the world. Dress for Success makes this possible.”

By giving the equivalent of just one hour of your pay, you not only give a Dress for Success woman access to programs, services, and tools that will help her achieve economic advancement, but you also join us in celebrating female leaders for the pivotal role they play in driving business and economic gains, and social and cultural change.

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We have a date for the official launch of The Outset and it will be March 01st who is excited to get there hands on some or all of the products I know I am. The social media promotion is now fully in go mode and we are getting the first lot of photos, videos and info in now. with there Instagram added in a ton of new behind-the-scenes photos of Scarlett, and one new photoshoot photo of her from the campaign and there website adding the video little Commercial. I would expect more updates to come each day in the lead up to the opening. But for now you can view all the photos in the gallery and watch the video below.

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Well this is a post I thought I would never make but Scarlett is on Instagram and has post her first video , Now don’t get to excited it’s not her own person one but one for The Outset, She is in the video with Kate Foster who is the co-create of The Outset with Scarlett. And after that Scarlett made a appearance on one of Kate’s Tic Tok videos. These two are just comedy gold and I hope we get more videos soon.

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Elle – As a kid growing up in downtown New York City, Scarlett Johansson would regularly see Kate Moss and Gisele Bündchen on David Yurman billboards overlooking Soho. So it was “a very nice, really big deal” when she was handpicked—along with actor Henry Golding—as the latest David Yurman muse to get her very own XL ad, along with a short film where she gets chased by the paparazzi, rolls around in bed, and sings “New York, New York.” (Yes, besides fighting Thanos and fighting for fair pay, Johansson can also sing very well.)

To talk about the new campaign, Johansson called us from home in New York—we love a local girl!—to discuss male gazes, female expectations, and what happens when she really needs to talk to someone.

You’ve posed in a bed for Dolce & Gabbana, for your recent Amazon commercial, and now for David Yurman. Did they come to you and say, “Okay, it’s a bed shot!” or at this point, is that just a given?
Oh yes, you know, I’ve tried to do every campaign in my life from bed. [Laughs.] Yeah, I find it really great to roll out of bed, and then go through about six hours of hair and makeup, and then just get back into a bed.
So the secret to bedhead is six hours of glam.
Yes. You look better when you get back into the bed after all that hair and makeup! I’m sure there’s a quote from Marilyn Monroe or Liz Taylor about wearing diamonds in bed…But yeah, I guess advertisers—I mean, I guess, male advertisers or men who are advertising executives, love to see me in bed with lots of jewelry. I guess it’s a thing.
I assume when you actually go to bed…
I take off all my jewelry. Yes. So this idea that I’m asleep wearing such incredible jewelry, all this amazing David Yurman, it’s cool, but I’m sorry to say, it’s sort of counterintuitive! And yes, most nights I have like, a ring or two that I wear to bed. But eight gold bangles on each arm? No. And a giant gold and diamond hugger? No. I don’t just have diamonds kicking around in my bed. That would get kind of dangerous.
Speaking of dangerous, do you ever subscribe to superstitions when it comes to jewelry? Some people believe certain pieces are haunted.
I have that feeling about some material objects. When I was younger, I used to collect Victorian jewelry. When I started, like, making my own money, if I traveled somewhere, I would track down antique collectibles and rare pieces. I remember working in England, and working in New Orleans, and finding pieces of Victorian jewelry and…I don’t know, it’s like, the jewelry would choose me. Suddenly, I’d be really drawn to a particular piece and I wouldn’t even know why. I think only jewelry can do that to you!
The theme of the campaign is “come closer,” which I suppose is something you can do in a bedroom. But also, how have you had to adjust your idea of coming closer during these past two years in isolation?
I’m always a face-to-face girl. If I need to tell you something important, I want to tell you face to face. So on the one hand, thank God for video chat and FaceTime and all that. That’s been a lifesaver. On the other hand, even though I love seeing my nieces and nephews grow and I can do that via video call, I hate talking about anything important on the phone! I want to see you in person. Either that, or I want to send you an email or write to you. I do like writing long letters to people.
Is there an element of “come closer” that’s also connected to being famous? Like, you’re a real person, but you’re faced with images of yourself every day, even though they’re not exactly you, per se.
I have an advantage because I’ve been [acting] for such a long time that it doesn’t phase me as much. It’s not that I’m jaded, but I just see that “image” as an extension of my work, you know? It’s like, “Okay, I’m in this thing. My face will be everywhere. That’s marketing; that’s not me.” To be honest with you, it might also come from growing up in New York where there are images everywhere, and then the next day, they’re gone and new billboards or posters go up…I think it’s probably weirder for my daughter, because if it’s not your [job] and you’re not used to it, those moments can be extremely startling. And you know, I’m sure I do have a lot of other feelings about this! [Laughs.] But I guess I’m used to it.

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After months of teasing of the upcoming Skincare line, as of yesterday it has officially launched on social media and we have the name The Outset. The website that you can view Here is now live but at this time only set up for the front page and you subscribing for updates, The Instagram has a little more with three photos on it and one of them is of Scarlett from the upcoming campaign and you can view it Here. The Facebook has the most information on it with the actual products and prices on them and it’s not the cheapest line but it is middle of the road. Some of the items are Botanical Lip Rescue Treatment for $28.00, Restorative Niacinamide Night Cream for $54.00. Smoothing Vitamin C Eye + Expression Lines Cream for $42.00 and Firming Vegan Collagen Prep Serum for $46.00 and you can view it Here. In the coming week’s we should get more info on the campaign, were you can pick the items up and other news on this.

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Scarlett will be featured in the new Vogue (US) March 2022 magazine, She is announcing her new Skincare line in it and on top of that it’s a new photoshoot and she look’s amazing in it. At this time we only have LQ scans from it but as soon as the digital scans come out I will replace them.

Edit: I have added in the digital scans for the magazine now.

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Harpers Bazaar – The actress stars in David Yurman’s new campaign dedicated to New York City.
As a twentysomething in Manhattan, Scarlett Johansson would see David Yurman’s fine jewelry ads plastered around the city. “I always felt like if you were in a Yurman campaign, you’d really made it,” she tells BAZAAR. So starring in the luxury brand’s new campaign was an absolute no-brainer for her.

Yurman photographed the new mom and two-time Academy Award-nominated actress alongside Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding as its first-ever celebrity ambassador duo. They’re shot by Lachlan Bailey at elite NYC hotspots like The Carlyle’s famed Bemelmen’s Bar, which comes with white-glove service and a socialite-studded guest list. A fan of David Yurman’s signature cuff bracelets and delicate necklaces, Johansson wears them casually stacked in the ads for an elevated all-purpose look.

Johansson felt especially drawn to David Yurman’s latest project because it reminded her of everything she adores about the big city. “Having grown up in Greenwich Village, I know New York City like the back of my hand. I feel most comfortable in the rhythm and pacing of this city because everything feels possible. It’s unpredictable and offers a sense of wonder, which makes every day feel important and exciting.”

“I grew up spending most of my weekends with my grandma, Dorothy,” the movie star adds. “There were many places we visited together, depending on what struck our mood. Going to the Staten Island Zoo and taking the ferry was a favorite. We also loved going for Dim Sum in Chinatown on Mott Street on Sundays. Every time I have shrimp dumplings, I think of my grandma. We used to love passing the fish markets and looking at all the live eels in the buckets. After lunch, we would get custard buns on Canal Street.”

She continues, “It’s been such a difficult couple of years for many people, spending time apart from our family and friends and the regular routines that give us a sense of self and peace of mind. The ‘Come Closer’ campaign is about recapturing our connectivity with our loved ones, but also with our environment and ourselves.”

Despite being one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood, the star says that she keeps her everyday jewelry edit simple, calling on more dramatic pieces for special occasions. “I look for jewelry that makes a statement – whether that be through its artistic design, color, or length. I’ve been collecting Victorian jewelry since I was a teenager and am fond of elaborate and decadent jewelry styles that feature mixed metals and stones.”

But what she likes best is the kind of jewelry you can pile on. “I’m a sucker for a beautiful chain,” she divulges. “Yurman has so many of them and they are so gorgeously hand-crafted. I love layering all different lengths and links, for day and night.”

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Scarlett and Henry Golding were unveiled yesterday as the new faces for David Yurman new campaign Come Closer. The shoot is to show cases of Scarlett’s home of New York and shows her live in it. The commercial is just beautiful to look at and some of Scarlett’s best looks with the photoshoot. If you would like to find out more or see some of the items Scarlett has on you can view the the website Here. And you can watch the video below and full photos are up in the gallery.

An ode to the city we love, our campaign film brings to life moments of glamour and everyday beauty with Scarlett Johansson, a born-and-bred New Yorker. Growing up in New York’s Greenwich Village, Scarlett always felt connected to David Yurman, seeing their ad campaigns in her favorite fashion magazines. For Johansson, their designs embodied the city’s spirit—bold, fresh and a bit of edge. For our Come Closer campaign, fashion photographer Lachlan Bailey captured the mother, founder, five-time Golden Globe and two-time Academy Award-nominated actress at New York City’s iconic Carlyle Hotel and its famed Bemelmans Bar.“Scarlett is the embodiment of the David Yurman woman. A native New Yorker at the top of her craft she forges her own path.”

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There’s just something about seeing a movie in a theatre that makes it that much more memorable.

What’s your favorite movie memory? Tell us, and don’t forget to tag #GlobalMovieDay

Featured across the Academy’s social channels will be exclusive content from Cher, Zazie Beetz, Halle Berry, Jason Blum, Kris Bowers, Patricia Cardoso, Jon M. Chu, Ariana Debose, Ali Fazal, Danny Glover, Eiza González, Tom Hanks, Aldis Hodge, Scarlett Johansson, Marc Maron, Marlee Matlin, Matthew McConaughey, Michelle Rodriguez, J.K. Simmons, Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith, Jurnee Smollet, Amandla Stenberg, Taura Stinson, Diane Warren, Marlon Wayans, Reese Witherspoon and more!

Global Movie Day falls on the second Saturday of February every year in the heart of Oscar season, to celebrate the power of movies to reach, connect and inspire people around the world.

How to Celebrate:
Celebrate Global Movie Day by sharing movies that have inspired you. Post your favorite movie lines on Twitter or the greatest posters on Instagram. No matter how you choose to celebrate, be sure to take pictures/videos and share them using hashtag GlobalMovieDay.

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Scarlett was a guest (virtually) on the Nickelodeon Kid Of The Year were she did a message to Orion Jean, who founded his cause, “Race to Kindness and was the winner in the end. I have added in the little video Scarlett did and unfortunately not the best screen caps but its the best I can do right now.


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Scarlett and Colin were guests on Good Morning America today to talk about the new Amazon commercial. It was a very short interview for the two and some one need’s to show Scarlett what a 4K camera is as what they are using is terrible.

I have added in the screen caps from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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Well this was a shock today but Amazon them self’s today released the full commercial Scarlett and Colin did for this Sundays Super Bowl no one saw it coming today thats for sure. I do wonder if Amazon have something new for Sunday for us in say a different commercial or something as I just don’t get why they would give us this early. Anyway the commercial it’s self is just amazing to watch and is about all the trouble the two would get into if Alexa could read minds, Scarlett and Colin work so well together and I hope that down the road they do a movie together because it would be gold. You can find all the screen caps in the gallery and watch the video below.

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Scarlett has just been confirmed to appear on the Nickelodeon Kid Of The Year awards this coming Wednesday. She will be a presenter but not yet confirmed if it will be in person or virtually but I really really hope its in person.

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Great news for us Scarlett and Colin will be a guess on Good Morning America this Monday to do some promo for the upcoming Amazon Super Bowl Commercial they are doing on the 13th. Full updates on the interview will be up on the site when I can get it but probably Monday night (UK time that is).

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back at the end of January came out that Scarlett with Colin would be filming a new Super Bowl commercial for the upcoming game and today we got to find out that both yes they did and who it is for. And the answer to that is Amazon and by the looks of the new little videos they have released as promo for the full one coming on the 13th, It will be about Alexa and getting things wrong for them. You can watch the two videos below.

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Crossy sits down for a chat with Ash & Meena, voiced by Scarlett Johansson and Tori Kelly to chat all things Sing 2!

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Sing 2 comes out in the Uk this weekend and the press interviews that were done last year are starting to come out now.

The star studded cast of Sing 2 sat down to catch up with BBC Radio 1’s film critic Ali Plumb to talk about the much anticipated sequel

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I have a magazine update from November – December of last year and does not sound odd to say. From November we only have one update and thats Femme Film Magazine. A lot more come out in December to go with the Sing 2 promo that was going on, and they are People, Revista Frame , Žmon?s and F Magazine. You can fine all the HQ scans in the gallery to view.

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First I would love to say a big Happy New Year to everyone on Scarlett Johansson Fan, I no last year was a lot of bad well till near the end, but here is to a better one that is filled with new Scarlett content as she will have a movie, tv show and skin care line coming out this year so lot’s to come from her.

On with the update, I have been working all day on the video part of the site adding in all the press interviews from black widow, events she was at and sing 2 with over 6 pages now, all her talk shows from this year, and in the movies part Black Widow had a big update with all the promo videos and some clips being added in and Sing 2 now has a page for it. I will be working on added in more videos very soon from the past years and movies so keep looking back for them

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    Rosita, Ash, Johnny, Meena, and their fearless leader Buster Moon are back with new friends and new songs to electrify audiences in ‘Sing 2,’ as the whole gang reunites for another legendary performance. This time, though, they’ve promised an appearance by reclusive rock star Clay Calloway (voiced by U2’s Bono) and need to pull together to convince him to join the show. Ahead of the film’s release, RT correspondent Naz Perez sat down with cast members Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, Tori Kelly, and Reese Witherspoon, as well as director Garth Jennings, to talk about the new film and how music has impacted their lives. They also list their favorite songs of 2021 (one of them is super into rainforest sounds) and talk about working with Bono, and Matthew McConaughey explains why koalas are actually pretty boring.
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    Christmas is coming early for the kids who’ve been dying to see “SING 2.” The sequel to the animated smash hit opens Dec. 22 and promises to be another big success. Original cast members return and are joined by music legend Bono of U2, who plays reclusive star Clay Calloway. Entertainment reporter Kim Holcomb talked to stars Matthew McConaughey (Buster Moon,) Tori Kelly (Meena,) Scarlett Johansson (Ash,) and Garth Jennings (director and Miss Crawley.)
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    Scarlets Johansson and Tori Kelly share with Dave Morales their experiences making SING 2 and what their families really thought of the first film.
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    Let the spirit of the music move you, because it’s time to SING!! To celebrate the theatrical release of Sing 2 and the return of some of our favorite animated characters, we sat down with co-stars Reese Witherspoon and Scarlett Johansson to find out which lovable character from the film truly matches their personality. Watch the video to see if any of them got their actual character, where they get their best singing done.
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    The new installment of ‘Sing’ has already been released in theaters in our country and Bruno was able to speak with two of its protagonists about this new installment. What did they tell him? Find out everything in the following video
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    The stakes are even higher for our favorite group of singing animals in “Sing 2.” Entertainment reporter Heather Brooker sat down with the cast to find out what’s new for Buster (Matthew McConaughey), Ash (Scarlett Johansson), Meena (Tori Kelly) and more when “Sing 2” opens in theaters Dec. 22.
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    Jabba chats to the stars of the blockbuster animation Sing 2 for Weekend Sunrise on the 7 Network, Saturday December 18th 2021.
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    Perhaps anything can happen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it feels rather safe to say that Scarlett Johansson’s run as Black Widow has come to an end. But, that doesn’t mean her contribution to the franchise has to stop there. Johansson is heavily leaning into the producing side of things now. Not only is she credited as a producer on the upcoming Tower of Terror movie over at Disney and the A24 sci-fi drama Bride, but she’s also continuing to work on the MCU in a producorial capacity. Just last month, Kevin Feige revealed that Johansson is producing a “non-Black Widow-related top-secret Marvel Studio project.”
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    ET’s Nischelle Turner video chatted with Reese Witherspoon and Scarlett Johansson about their new movie, ‘Sing 2,’ in theaters Dec. 22. The actresses also opened up about what their kids think about them singing around the house. Plus, Reese reveals the movie she’s most recognized for – her answer might surprise you! The Oscar winner also reveals how her kids, Ava and Deacon, reacted when they found out they’d landed spots in Beyoncé’s latest campaign for her activewear line.
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    Emmy-Winner Jake Hamilton talks with the stars of SING 2 — Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson & Matthew McConaughey

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Rosita, Ash, Johnny, Meena, and their fearless leader Buster Moon are back with new friends and new songs to electrify audiences in ‘Sing 2,’ as the whole gang reunites for another legendary performance. This time, though, they’ve promised an appearance by reclusive rock star Clay Calloway (voiced by U2’s Bono) and need to pull together to convince him to join the show. Ahead of the film’s release, RT correspondent Naz Perez sat down with cast members Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, Tori Kelly, and Reese Witherspoon, as well as director Garth Jennings, to talk about the new film and how music has impacted their lives. They also list their favorite songs of 2021 (one of them is super into rainforest sounds) and talk about working with Bono, and Matthew McConaughey explains why koalas are actually pretty boring.

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REVIEW – I’m here for the song choices!! The over 25 songs used and featured in the film are my favorite parts.

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Christmas is coming early for the kids who’ve been dying to see “SING 2.”

The sequel to the animated smash hit opens Dec. 22 and promises to be another big success.

Original cast members return and are joined by music legend Bono of U2, who plays reclusive star Clay Calloway.

Entertainment reporter Kim Holcomb talked to stars Matthew McConaughey (Buster Moon,) Tori Kelly (Meena,) Scarlett Johansson (Ash,) and Garth Jennings (director and Miss Crawley.)

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Scarlets Johansson and Tori Kelly share with Dave Morales their experiences making SING 2 and what their families really thought of the first film.

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Let the spirit of the music move you, because it’s time to SING!! To celebrate the theatrical release of Sing 2 and the return of some of our favorite animated characters, we sat down with co-stars Reese Witherspoon and Scarlett Johansson to find out which lovable character from the film truly matches their personality. Watch the video to see if any of them got their actual character, where they get their best singing done.

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The new installment of ‘Sing’ has already been released in theaters in our country and Bruno was able to speak with two of its protagonists about this new installment. What did they tell him? Find out everything in the following video

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The stakes are even higher for our favorite group of singing animals in “Sing 2.” Entertainment reporter Heather Brooker sat down with the cast to find out what’s new for Buster (Matthew McConaughey), Ash (Scarlett Johansson), Meena (Tori Kelly) and more when “Sing 2” opens in theaters Dec. 22.

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Jabba chats to the stars of the blockbuster animation Sing 2 for Weekend Sunrise on the 7 Network, Saturday December 18th 2021.

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Not a Scarlett update but its in the Marvel/Black Widow family but I have just opened my new site on Nat’s little sister Florence Pugh. Let’s face it after Black Widow and all the promo the girls did how could I not fall in love with her and want a sister site to this one. There is still a lot of work to do on it but I would love if you could all check it out! Spider sisters forever.

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For the second time this year Scarlett made again a virtual appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night (December 16th) for her new movie Sing 2. They had a little talk about the movie its self, who makes Scarlett fan girl like the rest of us and it’s Judge Judy who she meet in a restaurant. What songs Scarlett does when she does karaoke and the last time she did it. After that Scarlett and Jimmy played a game of Mimic Challenge were they both had some very odd items and sounds but I have no clue who won in the end.

I have added in the screen caps and are trying to find the episode stills from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch some of her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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Scarlett and Bono were a guest on the The Ellen Degeneres Show today (December 14th) to talk Sing 2, Scarlett talked about her kids and what they are upto, Rose is bossy right now and into her own world and Cosmo has found out he has feet (o to be a baby again) and the two played a game of Random Question Generator. The bad news is that I can not find the episode to make caps from it but the good news is that the show will air in the UK on Friday as we have 3 days behind the US and I can rip it then so please come back on friday for the screen caps from the interview and maybe full video but in the meantime I have added MQ stills from the interview to the gallery and 2 clips below to watch.

Edit: The episode was on UK tv today and I have managed to rip a copy of the interview from the ITV website to make screen captures for the site, Only down side is there the video on the website is not in 1080p so the caps are not the best they could be.

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Perhaps anything can happen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it feels rather safe to say that Scarlett Johansson’s run as Black Widow has come to an end. But, that doesn’t mean her contribution to the franchise has to stop there.

Johansson is heavily leaning into the producing side of things now. Not only is she credited as a producer on the upcoming Tower of Terror movie over at Disney and the A24 sci-fi drama Bride, but she’s also continuing to work on the MCU in a producorial capacity. Just last month, Kevin Feige revealed that Johansson is producing a “non-Black Widow-related top-secret Marvel Studio project.”

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ET’s Nischelle Turner video chatted with Reese Witherspoon and Scarlett Johansson about their new movie, ‘Sing 2,’ in theaters Dec. 22. The actresses also opened up about what their kids think about them singing around the house. Plus, Reese reveals the movie she’s most recognized for – her answer might surprise you! The Oscar winner also reveals how her kids, Ava and Deacon, reacted when they found out they’d landed spots in Beyoncé’s latest campaign for her activewear line.

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Scarlett Johansson chats with ET’s Will Marfuggi at the premiere of ‘Sing 2.’ The actress shares her anxiety at the thought of appearing on a reality competition series like in the animated comedy, especially as a contestant on ‘Chopped!’ Johansson jokes about the secrecy around her Marvel project that MCU overseer Kevin Feige teased last month, confirming her ‘lips are sealed’ for now! ‘Sing 2’ is in theaters on Dec. 22.

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Scarlett Johansson, Reese Witherspoon, Tori Kelly, Matthew McConaughey, and more of the star-studded cast, who voice characters in the animated sequel “Sing 2”, step out in style for the premiere at the iconic Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.

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Scarlett Johansson’s little girl knows what she wants! The Oscar nominee tells Access Hollywood’s Zuri Hall that her daughter, Rose, wanted a sequel to Scarlett’s animated movie “Sing” right away and now, it’s finally here! Is Scarlett and Colin Jost’s baby boy, Cosmo, ready to watch the animated film with the fam? And, Scarlett shares how they decided on the infant’s unique name. “Sing 2” is in theaters on Dec. 22.

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Matthew McConaughey hints a possible singing cameo for the next “Sing” film and talks family. Plus, Reese Witherspoon and Scarlett Johansson talk holiday traditions. Watch!

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‘Extra’s’ Terri Seymour interviewed Scarlett Johansson at the L.A. premiere of ‘Sing 2,’ where she talked about singing a U2 song for the movie – which also stars Bono himself! Scarlett also gave an update on her four and a half-month-old son Cosmo and dished on family holiday plans. ‘Sing 2’ hits theaters December 22.

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Last night was the last big event that Scarlett will be doing this year (That we known of) with the Premiere of Sing 2 at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Scarlett was there we her co-stars Tori Kelly, Halsey, Reese Witherspoon, Matthew McConaughey, Nick Krol, Bono, Ava Elizabeth Phillippe and Garth Jennings. She looked amazing in her light, cute and happy flower dress that just when so well with a kids movie. Scarlett dose have two talk shows coming up with with for the movie so she will still be doing promo for it at lest this week.

I have added into the gallery HQ photos from the night with the first set of photos I hope to get more soon, But so far we have 140+ photos from the red carpet and 5 from the inside that are up in the gallery.

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Emmy-Winner Jake Hamilton talks with the stars of SING 2 — Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson & Matthew McConaughey

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This video is about Sing 2 Movie Interview With Scarlett Johansson. This holiday season, the new chapter in Illumination’s smash animated franchise arrives with big dreams and spectacular hit songs as the ever-optimistic Buster Moon and his all-star cast of performers prepare to launch their most dazzling stage extravaganza yet …all in the glittering entertainment capital of the world. There’s just one hitch: They first have to persuade the world’s most reclusive rock star—played by global music icon Bono, in his animated film debut—to join them.

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‘Extra’s’ Rachel Lindsay interviews Reese Withersoon and Scarlett Johansson about their highly anticipated sequel ‘Sing 2’! They talk about tackling U2 and Ariana Grande songs for the movie, and Scarlett reveals how excited her daughter is to see the film. Plus, Reese reacts to her oldest kids Ava and Deacon Phillippe modeling for Beyoncé’s new Ivy Park collection. ‘Sing 2’ is in theaters December 22.

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Reese Witherspoon and Scarlett Johansson, who star in “Sing 2,” spoke to Access Hollywood’s Zuri Hall about their upcoming flick and what it was like creating this film during the pandemic. The actors also had the best reaction to seeing photos of themselves from their first red carpets more than 20 years ago. Reese and Scarlett broke down what they were thinking during that point in their careers and how things have changed. “Sing 2” is in theaters on Dec. 22.

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Scarlett Johansson’s baby boy has a newfound fascination!

The actress, 37, appears on Thursday’s episode of PEOPLE (The TV Show!) where she caught up with special correspondent Nancy O’Dell about her two kids and shares her excitement for her upcoming film Sing 2, out Dec. 22. Speaking about her infant son Cosmo, whom she welcomed in August with husband Colin Jost, the star says he’s “great” and has been “making all the fun discoveries like feet.”

“It’s the best,” she says, teasing, “I mean, feet, who knew? There they are. Life-changing.”

The Black Widow actress says Cosmo does “everything” when it comes to his tiny toes, sharing that he’ll “stare at them, pull on them, chew on them.”

“It’s just unbelievable,” she continues. “I mean, can you imagine you never realized you had feet and then you looked down and there they are? You’re like, ‘Whoa.’ ”

As for her daughter, Rose Dorothy, Johansson says the 7-year-old has recently made a discovery of her own: that her mother is a famous actress!

“I think she’s pretty excited about the fact that I’m in Sing 2,” Johansson says. “Although it’s probably more abstract to her. Like she just recently figured out how animated movies work because that’s kind of a surreal, kind of concept.”

The actress also chats with O’Dell about her experience working with Bono on the animated movie and jokes about making an album with the U2 musician.

“I’m only going to do it if Bono does it,” she teases. “Now, he’s come to my turf and then if I go to his turf, we got to work on the album together.”

Sing 2 hits theaters on Dec. 22.

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They might still be flying high from having Bono, Pharrell Williams, and Halsey join the already-star-studded cast of “Sing 2” but Scarlett Johansson and Tori Kelly have their wish list for the three-quel and they want Dolly Parton! Plus, Scarlett Johansson shares what it was like to duet with the U2 legend in the film.

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The promo for Scarlett’s latest movie Sing 2 is starting up now and on Thursday and Friday the press junket for the movie took place in LA. Day 1 Scarlett was teamed up with her co-star Tori Kelly for interviews and day 2 she was with Reese Witherspoon and from some of the photos we have seen it looks like some kids will be interviewing them and we should have some great interviews coming up soon. I have added in some photos from both days and two little videos as well.

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After Scarlett won at the E! People’s Choice Awards she did a little portrait sessions with the award. She looks just amazing in them and I’m just happy to see more photoshoots of Scarlett from this year. All three photos that we have right now are in the gallery for you all.

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Well we are being blessed this week with new Scarlett content with Scarlett making her second event of the week this time for the E! People’s Choice Awards 2021 at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. Scarlett was up for two awards that night Female Movie Star and The Movie of 2021 both for Black Widow and with both winning so a massive congratulations to both Scarlett and the full Black Widow team for the wins.

Scarlett was in a Gabriela Hearst custom piece and jewellery by Deco Ice Pick (thanks to Scarlett Johansson Closet for the info)

I have added into the gallery HQ photos from the night but again like the other event from this week we have very little photos and considering it was a big award show its a little odd, But so far 6 photos from the press room and 17 from the show are up in the gallery. I hope more are to come but it does not look like it right now.

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Scarlett made a surprise appearance last night (December 05th) at the 44th Kennedy Center Honors at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Scarlett was there for Colin and SNL to support it’s creator Lorne Michaels who was honored for his contributions to the performing arts at the event. Scarlett did do a speech at the event but no videos have come out yet. She was in a plunging gold sequined halter dress and just looks amazing in it. At this time we only have 16 HQ photos from the event and it looks like no more photos will be coming out but I will keep a eye out.

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IGN – A different kind of reteam is in store for Ghosted, the Apple Original Films romantic action adventure film to be helmed by Dexter Fletcher. Ana de Armas will reteam with her Knives Out co-star Chris Evans in the film. Scarlett Johansson, Evans’ oft-collaborator in the Marvel movies, has amicably exited the picture in what sources describe as a scheduling conflict.

Skydance’s David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Don Granger are producing, along with Jules Daly. Evans will serve as producer and de Armas as an executive producer. The film’s writers, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (Deadpool, Zombieland), will also be producers. They developed the project based on an original idea of theirs and preemptively sold it to Skydance.

Apple acquired the high-profile project over the summer. It is described as a high concept romantic action adventure film. The change comes because the intent is to get the picture into production by February, and the timing didn’t work out for Johansson. Ellison led the charge to bring in de Armas, who’s about as hot an actress out there right now after Knives Out and No Time to Die, and Blonde. She most recently starred with Evans and Ryan Gosling in the Joe and Anthony Russo-directed The Gray Man for Netflix. She has also been in talks to play the lead in the John Wick spinoff Ballerina.

Skydance is coming off the Chris Pratt-starrer The Tomorrow War, the Michael B. Jordan-starrer Without Remorse, and has set Victoria Mahoney to direct Old Guard 2. Fletcher directed Rocketman and completed Bohemian Rhapsody.

Apple has several buzzworthy awards season titles including CODA, The Tragedy of Macbeth, Swan Song and Finch, with other big films coming in the Martin Scorsese-directed Killers of the Flower Moon, the Will Smith-Antoine Fuqua film Emancipation, and the Ridley Scott-directed Kitbag with Joaquin Phoenix as Napoleon Bonaparte and Jodie Comer as his wife Josephine.

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IGN – Black Widow star Scarlett Johansson says its important to ‘stand up for yourself’ after suing Disney over the release of Black Widow’s solo film.

During an interview with The Associated Press, the 37-year-old Black Widow star commented on her recent lawsuit against Disney.

“I think it’s important in general to know your own worth and stand up for yourself,” she said. “And I think in this industry, I’ve been working for such a long time, it’s been almost 30 years, and so I’ve seen – I think there’s so much that has shifted over those 30 years, and I think sometime before, maybe, you would feel, ‘Oh gosh, if I stand up for myself, I might never work again, or I might be blacklisted in some way’.”

Johansson sued Disney earlier this year for breach of contract after Black Widow, her long-awaited Avengers solo movie, was given a hybrid release – premiering both in cinemas and on Disney+ Premier Access. Her salary, which was largely based on box office returns from the films release, was said to have been affected.

She eventually settled with Disney after reportedly asking for $100 million in damages. However, this doesn’t seem to have affected their working relationship – the actress has since gone on to sign up for ‘top secret’ Marvel project that’s unrelated to her Black Widow character.

And any concerns about being blacklisted are over.

“Thankfully that’s changing in the zeitgeist,” she added. “And honestly I think that happening in an industry that’s as huge and universal as the entertainment industry, it’s really important to lead that charge.”

Additionally, Scarlett Johansson is still attached to Disney’s upcoming Tower of Terror movie, laying to rest any notions of bad blood between actress and studio.

Although Johansson’s Black Widow made a dramatic exit from the MCU during the events of Avengers: Endgame, it looks as though she’s far from done with both Disney and Marvel.

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Etonline – Scarlett Johansson is making her first red carpet since she and husband, Colin Jost, welcomed their son, Cosmo, back in August. The Black Widow star was honored with the American Cinematheque Award at the 35th Annual American Cinematheque Awards Thursday night, where she talked to ET’s Nischelle Turner about leaving behind her “baby bliss bubble” to accept the honor.

“I feel very fortunate that I’ve been able to take this time to really enjoy the early stages of my motherhood with our son,” Johansson shared. “It’s been wonderful. I’m in a ‘baby bliss bubble.'”
The 36-year-old actress’s seven-year-old daughter, Rose, however, is not as taken by baby Cosmo as his parents are.
“She’s seven, so she’s very busy, she’s kind of like, ‘Oh yeah, he’s cute. So, all this happened,’ [just] non-stop talk,” the mother-of-two joked.

The award, which is given to someone who has made a significant contribution to the art of the motion pictures, is one that almost had the Black Widow executive producer, who was the first original Avenger to earn that distinction on their standalone project, questioning where she was at in her career.

“When I was first told that I was getting this award, I was like, ‘Wait, is it over? I’m still in the middle of my life, my career,'” Johansson said. “It’s a unique experience, a very special one to just kind of, take it all in. I’m very overwhelmed.”

But it’s hardly the end of the road for the super star, who said she loves her job now, more than she ever has before.

“I’ve been on my path, and I love my job now, more than I ever have before. I think I’m very much focused on getting better, and getting more efficient, and exploring parts of me that are uncomfortable to explore and be curious about those places and using that in my work,” she shared. “I’m very much in the middle of it, so, I haven’t really been able to think about what the legacy means, ’cause I’m just too entrenched in the work right now.”

In receiving the coveted honor, Johansson joins the likes of Julia Roberts, Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Downey Jr. and Bradley Cooper to name a few. The Marvel actress said it still hasn’t sunken in for her yet, but she’s sure it will soon.

“It has not,” Johansson admitted. “No, again, [the] theme here is I’m really behind the ball. I’m sure tomorrow and over the next coming days, I will be able to just go, ‘Wow, I can’t believe that happened to me.’ But I’m trying to be present in the moment. It will hit me though. I’m sure it’s gonna hit me.”

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Variety – Few actors have dominated movie screens in quite the same fashion as Scarlett Johansson, who will receive the 35th annual American Cinematheque Award on Nov. 18. The American Cinematheque will be honoring Participant Media with its inaugural Power of Cinema Award.

Able to bounce back and forth between massive worldwide blockbusters (“Black Widow,” “The Avengers,” “Lucy”) and critically acclaimed independent productions (“Under the Skin,” “Don Jon,” “Chef”), the Oscar-nominated Johansson landed Academy consideration for 2019’s “Marriage Story” and “Jojo Rabbit,” and has cemented herself as one of the most iconic women on the screen, making her a natural fit for the honor. Upcoming is the animated “Sing 2” in which she voices Ash, the female crested porcupine, one of the main characters of the toon.

Having done comedy, romance, action-spectacle, and nearly everything else in between, she never pigeonholed herself into one genre, opening herself up to various cinematic possibilities.

“Whenever she graces the screen with her luminous presence, the audience knows that they will see a dedicated artist at the height of her powers. We can’t wait to share in the next phase of Scarlett Johansson’s marvelous career,” says American Cinematheque chair Rick Nicita.

Johansson’s screen debut was in Rob Reiner’s 1994 comedy, “North,” which quickly led to more high-profile pre-teen roles, before Robert Redford cast her in his 1998 drama, “The Horse Whisperer,” in which she stole scenes against numerous veterans in an emotionally intense picture.

But it was the one-two indie punch of 2001’s “Ghost World” and 2003’s “Lost in Translation” that got critics paying close attention to her talents, and which led to an unbelievable run of projects. In a recent interview with Variety, Johansson commented on how she values her artistic process. “I never feel like my work is done,” she said.

“I still think of new ways I could try lines from movies I shot 10 years ago.”

Her eclectic filmography shows an actor ready for anything. She sandwiched a Michael Bay thriller (“The Island”) between two Woody Allen films (“Match Point” and “Scoop”), and worked with visionary filmmaker Christopher Nolan on his most undervalued effort, “The Prestige.”

She provided some of the most memorable voice work in recent years in Spike Jonze’s 2013 tech-relationship film, “Her,” which found her utilizing that trademark smoky voice as a way of infecting Joaquin Phoenix’s lovesick headspace. Voicing the AI character inside Phoenix’s computer and smart devices, she gave a subtly tricky performance that balanced audience expectation and the absolute unknown.

Writing for Variety at the time, film critic Scott Foundas said of her performance, “It’s Johansson who pulls off the trickiest feat: She creates a complex, full-bodied character without any body at all. Detached from her lethally curvaceous figure, the actress’ breathy contralto is no less seductive, but it also alights with tenderness and wonder as Samantha, both here on Earth and up there in the Cloud, voraciously devours literature, philosophy and human experience.”

But it was her high-energy role as Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, who held central prominence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe over numerous films and made her a full-blown international movie-star. Though the character made the ultimate sacrifice in 2019’s “Avengers: Endgame,” last summer saw the successful release of the standalone adventure, “Black Widow,” which showed the origins of her character and tied into everything that had come before it. (Johansson also made headlines and garnered support for filing a breach of contract lawsuit against Disney over the film’s payday; the suit was settled in September.)

Even at this point, Johansson was learning new things about the character. While appearing as a guest on the Variety podcast “The Big Ticket” with Marc Malkin to discuss “Endgame,” Johansson said, “I have a greater understanding of this character than I ever possibly did before.”

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Scarlett Johansson chats with ET’s Nischelle Turner at the 35th Annual American Cinematheque Awards. Johansson says she left her ‘baby bliss bubble’ to be honored with the American Cinematheque Award on Thursday, accompanied by husband Colin Jost. The couple welcomed a son, Cosmo, in August. The actress jokes about the way her 7-year-old daughter, Rose, has taken to her new sibling. Johansson also reacts to settling her lawsuit with The Walt Disney Company over pay compensation for ‘Black Widow.’

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“You can certainly use rubber guns” on movie sets, says US Actress Scarlett Johansson a month after actor Alec Baldwin fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust”. The 36-year-old actress, who was honoured with the American Cinematheque Award, adds “there’s no reason to ever fire a weapon in an enclosed space” as pressure mounts for ban on real guns in Hollywood.

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The “Black Widow” actress opens up about her American Cinematheque honor and reveals what kind of flick she wants to work on next.

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It was date night for Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost as the actress received the American Cinematheque Award for her career in film. Scarlett stunned in a backless white power suit and sparkly top, leaving baby Cosmo, 3 months, and her daughter Rose, 7, home to accept her big honor.

‘Extra’s’ Rachel Lindsay chatted with Scarlett about the honor and motherhood. ScarJo even joked about some parenting tips they got from ‘Saturday Night Live’s’ Michael Che.

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Frist I’m so sorry these took so long to be added and for me to do the main site update I was away when she was at the event and only got some time this week to get on my computer to add the photos and now I have time to sit down and do the main site update. On November 18th Scarlett made her first in person appearance of the year since February 09th 2020 for the show 35th Annual American Cinematheque Awards that was Honoring her for all the contribution to movies she has done in the last 20+ years. Scarlett was joined by her husband Colin, twin brother Hunter and close friends from the movies she has worked on Jon Favreau, Andy Richter, Thomasin McKenzie, Mark Badagliacca, Abbie Cornish, Kevin Feige who revealed that Scarlett is working with Marvel on a top secret project for them but said it’s not to do with Black Widow, And the award was presented to her by Jeremy Renner.

Scarlett was in a Versace custom sute, Rania pumps, and jewellery by Versace (thanks to Scarlett Johansson Closet for the info)

the full set of over 700+ HQ photos from the night are up in the gallery, enjoy!

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Scarlett’s second movie that will be out this year Sing 2 were she voices Ash just got it’s second official trailer and you can hear Scarlett singing in it so I can not wait for the soundtrack to come out so I can have these songs. And on top of that as with Sing back in 2016 the full cast did a photoshoot with there CGI characters and this time round we got a poster with Scarlett on it as well and she looks amazing in both. You can find both photos in the gallery and watch the trailer below.

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The Disinside – We have learned that Taika Waititi has signed on to direct Disney’s Tower of Terror movie, which has Scarlett Johanson (Black Widow) attached as a producer. The director boarded the project earlier this year, but when the Johanson v. Disney news surfaced it was unknown what happened to the Tower of Terror project and those involved. However, Johanson and Disney settled and The Hollywood Reporter confirmed the project was still in the works. What we hear is Waititi is still aboard the project.

Academy Award-winner Josh Cooley (Toy Story 4, Inside Out) has penned the script. Although details are currently under wraps, the film will be based on the famous and widely popular Walt Disney World attraction of the same name. As of now, it is unknown if Johanson or Waititi will star in the project.

Disney previously tried its hand at a film about the ride in 1997 with the titular made-for-TV movie. Steve Gutenberg and Kirsten Dunder starred. Back in 2015, Disney tried launching a Tower of Terror movie with John August (Corpse Bride) writing the script, and Jim Whitaker (Peter Pan and Wendy) producing, but the project ultimately was shelved.

Disney attraction-based movies have been a massive success for Disney starting with Pirates of the Caribbean. The five films in the franchise have grossed over $4.5B at the worldwide box office, with a reboot starring Margot Robbie on the way. Earlier this year, Disney released Jungle Cruise starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, which grossed $213M worldwide to date in theaters (it also bowed on Disney+ with Premier Access) and finished fourth overall among the top domestic summer releases. A sequel is already in the works. The studio also recently began filming on the Haunted Mansion reboot starring LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Owen Wilson, Rosario Dawson, and Danny DeVito.

Taika Waititi has become a mainstay for The Walt Disney Company. For Disney, he was a screenwriter for Moana. Over at Marvel Studios, he directed the post-credits scene in Doctor Strange, and he directed Thor: Ragnarok, in which he also played Korg and provided motion capture for Surtur and Hulk. He reprised his role as Korg in Avengers: Endgame and What If…?. He recently completed filming on Thor: Love and Thunder. Over at Searchlight Pictures he directed, wrote, and produced Jojo Rabbit, his next movie for the studio Next Goal Wins debuts next year. In addition, he played Antwan in Free Guy. At Lucasfilm, he directed episodes of The Mandalorian, in which he also played the role of IG-11, and is set to direct a currently-untitled Star Wars film.

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Hollywood Reporter – Round up the chorus, Sing 2 will be making music at AFI Fest.

The Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures sequel has just been added to the Los Angeles festival’s lineup and is scheduled to have its world premiere on Nov. 14 at TCL Chinese Theatre.

The animated film features the voice talents of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Taron Egerton, Tori Kelly, Nick Kroll, Pharrell Williams, Halsey, Bobby Cannavale, Letitia Wright, Eric André and Chelsea Peretti. The story follows Buster Moon (McConaughey) and a cast of performers as they prepare to launch a dazzling stage show in the glamorous entertainment capital of the world, Redshore City. In doing so, they attempt to persuade the world’s most reclusive rock star — played by global music icon nominee Bono — to join the festivities.

Sing 2, which features more than 40 contemporary and classic songs, hits theaters Dec. 22. It was written and directed by Garth Jennings and produced by Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri alongside Janet Healy and Paul Ashdown with music by Joby Talbot.

AFI Fest runs Nov. 10-14, opening with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s tick, tick…BOOM! and closing with Reinaldo Marcus Green’s Will Smith-starrer King Richard.

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Today is a sad day for us Black Widow fans as the last piece of content for the movie was released on Disney+ with the fourth episode of there show Marvel Studio Assembled called The Making Of Black Widow. This is a 1 hour in-depth look at how the movie was made, the characters, locations and interviews with the cast and crew of the movie and is a really good watch for all Scarlett and Black Widow fans. I have done a rip from Disney+ for the site and they are not the best going so I’m hoping that a full 1080p rip will come out soon and I can recap them again tho I have no clue why its not full HQ from D+ its self. You can find all the caps in the gallery for you all.

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Black Widow came out on Disney+ today for free yay and in the extra’s for it the last two deleted scene’s we did no were out there but were never added to the blu-ray at last have seen the light of day. The two are called Mason’s Betrayal were Ross has arrested Mason and try’s to use him to get to Nat and It Was All Me that should have never been taken out of the movie to start with, it picks up right after Nat sends the rest away and has Ross and a lot of his people coming at her with gun’s and shows her getting arrested, Ross trying to understand her and how she got away from them. You can fine all the caps in the gallery now and I did a rip of both videos and you can watch them below.

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hollywoodreporter – The settlement ends a back-and-forth PR battle pitting the CAA-repped star against the studio that was poised to have dramatic implications for all of Hollywood’s majors.

Scarlett Johansson and Disney have settled a breach of contract lawsuit over the star’s Black Widow payday, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“I am happy to have resolved our differences with Disney,” stated Johansson. “I’m incredibly proud of the work we’ve done together over the years and have greatly enjoyed my creative relationship with the team. I look forward to continuing our collaboration in years to come.”

Disney Studios chairman Alan Bergman added: “I’m very pleased that we have been able to come to a mutual agreement with Scarlett Johansson regarding Black Widow. We appreciate her contributions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and look forward to working together on a number of upcoming projects, including Disney’s Tower of Terror.”

The explosive suit, filed by the actress in July in Los Angeles Superior Court, claimed that the studio sacrificed the film’s box office potential in order to grow its fledgling Disney+ streaming service. Disney countered that Johansson was paid $20 million for the film.

The settlement brings to a close a back-and-forth PR battle that pitted the CAA-repped star against Disney and was poised to have dramatic implications for all of Hollywood’s major studios. Johansson’s cause received support in the industry, with talent and executives — including Jamie Lee Curtis, Marvel’s WandaVision star Elizabeth Olsen and mogul Jason Blum — speaking out on her behalf.

At the time of the complaint, a Disney spokesperson said, in part, “The lawsuit is especially sad and distressing in its callous disregard for the horrific and prolonged global effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.” CAA co-chairman Bryan Lourd shot back that Disney “shamelessly and falsely accused Ms. Johansson of being insensitive to the global COVID pandemic, in an attempt to make her appear to be someone they and I know she isn’t.”

In her complaint, Johansson said the Marvel tentpole had been guaranteed an exclusive theatrical release when she signed her deal. She alleged that her contract was breached when the film was simultaneously released on Disney+.

As the coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on Hollywood over the past 18 months, Black Widow was one of many big-budget movies, also including Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman 1984 and Disney’s Cruella and Jungle Cruise, that bowed simultaneously on streaming and in theaters. But to date, Johansson is the only major movie star to sue.

“Why would Disney forgo hundreds of millions of dollars in box office receipts by releasing the Picture in theatres at a time when it knew the theatrical market was ‘weak,’ rather than waiting a few months for that market to recover?” the complaint asked. “On information and belief, the decision to do so was made at least in part because Disney saw the opportunity to promote its flagship subscription service using the Picture and Ms. Johansson, thereby attracting new paying monthly subscribers, retaining existing ones, and establishing Disney+ as a must-have service in an increasingly competitive marketplace.”

Black Widow, which has earned $379 million at the worldwide box office to date, debuted at the same time in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access for an additional $30. But in what was viewed by rival studio executives as a major miscalculation, Disney boasted July 11 that Black Widow earned $60 million via Disney+ Premier Access, opening the door for a fierce clash. After all, Johansson had been considering litigation for several months, says a source familiar with the suit. Until the afternoon of July 28, she believed Disney would make an offer and that she wouldn’t have to file a suit. But Disney stayed in the mode of, “Let’s keep talking,” the source adds. Johansson was particularly incensed by the announcement, which pleased Wall Street but not the talent and representation community.

According to the complaint, Disney’s move “not only increased the value of Disney+, but it also intentionally saved Marvel (and thereby itself) what Marvel itself referred to as ‘very large box office bonuses’ that Marvel otherwise would have been obligated to pay Ms. Johansson.”

Johansson vs. Disney marked the latest iteration of a profit-participation dispute that is all too common in Hollywood, with actors fighting studios over their backend compensation or the definition of “net profit.” Very few of these battles percolate to the surface; they often come to a resolution before lawyers get involved, or the actor’s contract contains an arbitration provision and the whole process remains confidential. (A source familiar with Johansson’s suit says her contract does have an arbitration provision, but her lawyers were willing to test it.)

“The exception is when there’s so much money involved or if there’s a level of acrimony that has reached a point of no return, and people are going to stand on principle,” attorney James Sammataro tells THR. “That statement by Disney confirmed the latter, but it still is a shocking statement to make — to paint someone as being insensitive and playing the whole, ‘You’re so out of touch’ card. You could probably make the same argument about Disney; ‘Yeah. You’ve been generating millions, if not billions, during the pandemic.’”

In the wake of Johansson’s suit, more than a handful of other A-listers were said to be considering filing similar suits. (Jungle Cruise star Dwayne Johnson was not one of them, given that he has a different compensation structure than Johansson.) But that has not come to fruition yet. Cruella’s Emma Stone closed a deal two weeks after Johansson’s suit to star in a sequel of Disney’s live-action film, offering a sign that Disney was working to secure and mollify talent amid the charged atmosphere.

While Disney has faced criticism for its handling of talent deals during the pandemic, WarnerMedia took a different approach by proactively doling out as much as $200 million to pay a long list of stars whose Warner Bros. films were simultaneously opening in theaters and on its HBO Max streaming service, including Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot and Will Smith.

Johansson is represented by Kasowitz partner John Berlinski, while Daniel Petrocelli has been repping Disney.

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Well they are a little late to the party with this press interview for Black Widow

Ini adalah interview yang tertunda upload karena kemarin gue sempat terjangkit badai sitokin TAPI KARENA SEKARANG BIOSKOP BUKA DAN BLACK WIDOW LAGI TAYANG, WELL HERE IT IS THE INTERVIEW!!
Jangan lupa untuk nonton Black Widow yang lagi tayang sekarang di bioskop!

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I’m back today with a cool little update for you all. Black Widow at last came out on 4K Blu-Ray and DVD this week yay and I have got my hands on the Blu-Ray Extra’s from it, I will say these are not the full 1080p ones as I have not got the blu-ray my self yet but I will replace them when I do get it next month. On it are two Features Sisters Gonna Work It Out & Go Big If You’re Going Home, 9 Deleted Scene but Scarlett is only in 3 of them Grocery Shop, It Was Not Here Before & Alternative Ending (This should have been the real ending) and Bloopers. So enjoy these.

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People – Apple Studios has set a high-profile project that will reteam Marvel stalwarts Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans in Ghosted, a romantic action adventure that will be directed by Dexter Fletcher. He helmed Rocketman and finished Bohemian Rhapsody. The stars are in advanced negotiations. The script is by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, the writers of the Deadpool films and Zombieland, and most recently scripted Escape from Spiderhead. They hatched the idea and sold it to Skydance as a pitch.

This becomes the latest deal for David Ellison’s Skydance, which is coming off the Chris Pratt-starrer The Tomorrow War, which was distributed by Amazon, the Michael B. Jordan-starrer Without Remorse, and just set Victoria Mahoney to direct Old Guard 2, the Netflix sequel. It gives another plum title for Apple, which just opened the Sundance sensation CODA, and is in production on the Martin Scorsese-directed Killers of the Flower Moon, the Will Smith-Antoine Fuqua film Emancipation, and upcoming is the Ridley Scott-directed Kitbag with Joaquin Phoenix as Napoleon Bonaparte and Jodie Comer as his wife Josephine.

This is the latest deal for Johansson (who’ll also be part of the cast of the new Wes Anderson film) since her attorneys filed a lawsuit against Disney over the studio’s decision to day-and-date release Black Widow for premium purchase on Disney+. The dispute has become a proving ground for stars and their reps looking to cement a new template on deals with no backend bonuses, when studios flip titles to streamers

She and Evans worked together in three Avengers films, as well as Captain America: Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War. Waiting for more detail on the film and will convey when I have it.

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Scarlett and Black Widow have been nominated for a “23rd The Win Awards – Woman Image awards”. Scarlett is up for “outstanding actress in a feature film” and Black Widow for “outstanding feature film”. More info to come on the ceremony etc

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A absolutely massive congratulations to Scarlett and Colin for the birth of there new baby boy who they surprised us with this week.

People – Scarlett Johansson, who is also mom to daughter Rose, married Colin Jost in October 2020

It’s baby joy for Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost.

The Tony winner, 36, and her Saturday Night Live star husband, 39, recently welcomed their first baby together, Johansson’s rep Marcel Pariseau exclusively confirms to PEOPLE.

Johansson is also mom to daughter Rose Dorothy, who turns 7 years old this fall.

Jost briefly mentioned their pregnancy news during a stand-up performance at The Ridgefield Playhouse in Connecticut on Sunday, a source confirmed to PEOPLE.

On Instagram later Wednesday, Jost shared a statement revealing that they welcomed a baby boy named Cosmo.

Johansson and Jost wed in an intimate ceremony back in October 2020. The pair got engaged in May 2019 after two years of dating. The Sing 2 actress debuted her 11-carat engagement ring that July while taking the stage at San Diego Comic-Con.

In October 2019, Johansson told Ellen DeGeneres that Jost “killed it” with his “surprising” proposal, which included “a whole James Bond situation.”

“He’s got a lot behind that news desk he’s hiding,” she joked, referring to Jost’s job as “Weekend Update” co-host on SNL. “He’s very charming and very thoughtful and romantic. But yeah, I was surprised. Even if you kind of imagine what that moment’s gonna be like, it’s still a beautiful moment.”

Johansson has previously been open about parenting her first child. In April she told PEOPLE about how she encourages Rose to eat healthy meals, while discussing her partnership with HumanCo on Snow Days, frozen pizza bites made with organic, grain-free ingredients.

“It’s funny, but I think I never really had to trick her into eating healthy,” said Johansson, who shares Rose with ex-husband Romain Dauriac. “I think [it’s best] just letting kids discover food that way without making it feel like a chore. Everybody has a different palate. I’ve never tried to force my kid to eat anything she didn’t like, and I never tried to hide any foods from her because I was trying to pack in an extra carrot. Just offer a variety as much as possible.”

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Hollywoodreporter – Margot Robbie and Tom Hanks are already on board the production, which is now shooting.

Scarlett Johansson is going from the worlds of Marvel to the world of Wes Anderson.

The Black Widow star is the latest big name to join the filmmaker’s new movie, currently before cameras in Spain.

The movie has enlisted the usual repertoire of Anderson thespians — Adrien Brody, Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton — but it also features high-profile newcomers, Margot Robbie and Tom Hanks among them. Rupert Friend is also on the roll call.

Plot details for the feature, which Anderson wrote and is directing, are being kept under wraps, and Johansson’s character details were not revealed.

Anderson is expected to wrap shooting in late September, just in time for the opening of his latest movie, The French Dispatch, in October via Searchlight.

This isn’t the first time Johansson has worked with Anderson, but it will be her first in front of the camera. She previously lent her voice for the auteur’s 2018 stop-motion animated picture, Isle of Dogs.

The actress, who scored double Oscar nominations in 2020 for Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit, is coming off of the superhero stand-alone Black Widow, which inspired a lawsuit against Disney that alleges that her contract was breached when the Marvel movie was released on Disney+ day-and-date.

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Deadline – UPDATE, 8:44 AM: As anyone who has seen a Marvel movie or read the comics knows, the Black Widow moves fast and deadly – – and that’s exactly what Scarlett Johansson did this morning.

“After initially responding to this litigation with a misogynistic attack against Scarlett Johansson, Disney is now, predictably, trying to hide its misconduct in a confidential arbitration,” said the Oscar nominee’s main lawyer John Berlinski today after the House of Mouse’s response to Johansson’s scathing profits lawsuit went public.

“Why is Disney so afraid of litigating this case in public?,” added the Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP attorney in what has become a Cuban Missile Crisis level war of words.

“Because it knows that Marvel’s promises to give Black Widow a typical theatrical release ‘like its other films’ had everything to do with guaranteeing that Disney wouldn’t cannibalize box office receipts in order to boost Disney+ subscriptions,” Berlinski adds, as Disney insists Marvel’s contract with Johansson provides for arbitration exactly in the event of a dispute like this one that erupted on July 29. “Yet that is exactly what happened – and we look forward to presenting the overwhelming evidence that proves it.”

Whether or not Bryan Lourd and Johansson’s reps at CAA weigh in too is TBD, but clearly no one’s afraid of pushing the button(s) now.

PREVIOUSLY, 8:15 AM: The House of Mouse has tried to blunt the Black Widow’s bite, as expected.

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In a witching hour filing last night, the Walt Disney Company took Scarlett Johansson to task for daring to make her financial dispute with them over Black Widow public. The Marvel parent company is demanding the whole thing go behind closed doors on the East Coast ASAP.

“Periwinkle agreed that all claims ‘arising out of, in connection with, or relating to’ Scarlett Johansson’s acting services for Black Widow would be submitted to confidential, binding arbitration in New York,” says the motion filed in LA Superior Court on Friday by Disney’s outside lawyers Daniel Petrocelli, Leah Godesky and Tim Heafner of O’Melveny & Myers LLP against Johansson and her company (read it here).

“Whether Periwinkle’s claims against Disney fall within the scope of that agreement is not a close call: Periwinkle’s interference and inducement claims are premised on Periwinkle’s allegation that Marvel breached the contract’s requirement that any release of Black Widow include a ‘wide theatrical release’ on ‘no less than 1,500 screens,” the 23-page motion adds, taking a direct swipe at the obvious Achilles’ heel of the longtime Marvel star’s July 29 filed suit. “The plain and expansive language of the arbitration agreement easily encompasses Periwinkle’s Complaint.”

Then, in the kind of language that Petrocelli’s clients like to see and mirroring Disney’s initial response to Johansson’s July 29 legal action, the O’Melveny & Myers attorneys get a little rough.

“In a futile effort to evade this unavoidable result (and generate publicity through a public filing), Periwinkle excluded Marvel as a party to this lawsuit––substituting instead its parent company Disney under contract-interference theories,” they lash out. “But longstanding principles do not permit such gamesmanship.”

Disney want an October 15 hearing in DTLA on the arbitration matter. The company’s formal response also reveals that they and subsidiary Marvel “on August 10, 2021, Marvel and Disney served on Periwinkle a demand for confidential arbitration in New York.” Johansson’s Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP team has not responded to that demand yet, according to Disney.

On the other hand, Disney did respond last night officially to Johansson and her lawyers’ interpretation of her contract with Marvel. Specifically, having seen execs Bob Iger and Bob Chapek’s payouts out in the actor’s legal action, the company and its hired muscle center on what putting the repeatedly pandemic delayed Black Widow on streamer Disney+ as well as on the big screen when the Cate Shortland directed film was finally released on July 9.

Paid $20 million upfront (as Disney harshly reveled back on July 29) for Black Widow, Johansson has claimed she was promised “a release that is exclusive to movie theatres.”

After Chapek himself took a dig at Johnasson’s suit in the company’s latest earnings call on August 12, Disney now officially and firmly say their one-time, long-time star has it wrong.

“Although Marvel and Disney share Periwinkle’s frustration with the challenges associated with releasing films during an ever-shifting public-health crisis, Periwinkle’s claims that Marvel breached the Agreement and Disney induced that breach or otherwise interfered with the Agreement have no merit,” last night’s motion states. “There is nothing in the Agreement requiring that a ‘wide theatrical release’ also be an ‘exclusive’ theatrical release.”

“The contract does not mandate theatrical distribution––let alone require that any such distribution be exclusive,” it goes on to say. “Moreover, the contract expressly provides that any theatrical-distribution obligations are satisfied by distribution on “no less than 1500 screens.” And even though Black Widow’s release coincided with a global public-health crisis, Marvel made good on its promises.”

And there was apparently more cash on offering.

In fact, as both sides attempt to craft the official record, Disney emphasis that even though Johansson’s suit says the actor who has portrayed super spy Natasha Romanoff for over a decade said she was pretty much blindsided by the decision to go for a multi-platform release because of the pandemic, they were straight up with her and her CAA reps.

“Marvel discussed the hybrid-release-pattern decision with Johansson in spring 2021, as the parties were conferring regarding the Picture’s release date,” they say in the August 20 filing. “Marvel has assured Johansson that she will be credited with 100% of the Premier Access and PEHV receipts for purposes of the box-office thresholds used to calculate any additional compensation – even though Marvel has no obligation under the Agreement to do so.”

To solidify that point, Disney cracked open the door a bit on how much Black Widow has actually made – specifically on Disney+, where subscribers could gain “premium access” on release day for an extra $30.

“As of August 15, 2021, the Picture has grossed more than $367 million in worldwide box-office receipts and more than $125 million in streaming and download retail receipts.”

For those of you who love a good horse race and/or math, Disney have added Black Widow‘s opening weekend domestic haul of just under $80 million to its admittedly very strong $55 million opening weekend on Disney+ for a grand US-only total of $135 million. Or, as they say “more than that of many other Marvel Cinematic Universe films, including Thor: The Dark World; Ant-Man; Ant-Man and the Wasp; and Guardians of the Galaxy” made in their respective opening days.

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Variety – Disney’s decision to release “Black Widow” on Disney Plus at the same time it hit theaters has sparked a legal battle with Scarlett Johansson, the actress tasked with playing the Marvel superhero.

In a lawsuit filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court, attorneys for Johansson allege that the star’s contract was breached when the studio opted not to debut the film exclusively in theaters, a move they claim depressed ticket sales for the Avengers spinoff. Much of Johansson’s compensation was tied to the box office performance of “Black Widow” — if it hit certain benchmarks, bonuses would kick in.

“Disney intentionally induced Marvel’s breach of the agreement, without justification, in order to prevent Ms. Johansson from realizing the full benefit of her bargain with Marvel,” the suit reads.

Disney announced in March that “Black Widow” would premiere simultaneously on the studio’s subscription-based streaming service, for a premium $30 price, as well as on the big screen. The move was made as the movie theater industry was rebounding from COVID-19 closures and capacity restrictions. On July 9, “Black Widow” set a pandemic-era box office record with its $80 million debut in North America and earned an additional $78 million overseas. It also pulled in $60 million on Disney Plus. Ticket sales steeply declined in subsequent weeks and currently stand at $319 million globally, putting “Black Widow” on track to become one of the lowest-grossing Marvel movies of all time.

Shortly after its debut, the National Association of Theatre Owners, the industry’s main trade organization, asserted the simultaneous release of “Black Widow” in theaters and on streaming “costs Disney money in revenue per viewer over the life of the film.”

However, the suit notes that Disney’s stock rose after the company disclosed the rental figures.

“Disney chose to placate Wall Street investors and pad its bottom line, rather than allow its subsidiary Marvel to comply with the agreement,” the suit reads. ” To no one’s surprise, Disney’s breach of the Agreement successfully pulled millions of fans away from the theatres and toward its Disney+ streaming service.”

The Wall Street Journal, which broke the news of the lawsuit, reports that sources close to Johansson estimate that the decision to release the film concurrently on Disney Plus resulted in $50 million in lost bonuses.

Johansson’s legal salvo comes as new distribution paradigms and the COVID-19 pandemic are reshaping the way that A-list actors are paid for their work. Many top actors include backend profit participation as part of their contracts. But the rise of streaming services, such as Netflix, has removed those forms of compensation and the decision by traditional movie studios, like Warner Bros. and Disney, to release films on their own in-house subscription services has further upended these old ways of doing business. When Warner Bros. opted to send its entire film slate to HBO Max, realizing that movie theaters were only operating at limited capacity for much of the year, the studio had to pay tens of millions of dollars to the stars of those films. That resulted in actors such as Will Smith, Denzel Washington, and Keanu Reeves earning their full back-end on the movies that Warner Bros. released on its new service. If successful, Johansson’s suit could embolden more actors to seek additional compensation for films that migrated to streaming services and may lead to agents including stricter language in contracts regarding compensation if an exclusive theatrical release is compromised or bypassed. Johansson’s attorneys suggested that her suit could be a precedent setter.

“It’s no secret that Disney is releasing films like Black Widow directly onto Disney Plus to increase subscribers and thereby boost the company’s stock price – and that it’s hiding behind Covid-19 as a pretext to do so,” John Berlinski, an attorney for Johansson, said in a statement to Variety. “But ignoring the contracts of the artists responsible for the success of its films in furtherance of this short-sighted strategy violates their rights and we look forward to proving as much in court. This will surely not be the last case where Hollywood talent stands up to Disney and makes it clear that, whatever the company may pretend, it has a legal obligation to honor its contracts.”

Johansson legal team said that representatives for the actress were worried that “Black Widow” would debut on Disney Plus even before coronavirus brought life to a standstill. As part of the suit, they share emails from the star’s management group that asked the studio to guarantee that “Black Widow” would premiere exclusively in cinemas. In response, Marvel Chief Counsel Dave Galluzzi promised a traditional theatrical bow, while adding “We understand that should the plan change, we would need to discuss this with you and come to an understanding as the deal is based on a series of (very large) box office bonuses.”

Spokespeople for Disney did not respond to a request for comment.

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On Tuesday (13th July) last month Scarlett was a guest on the last talk show of the Black Widow press tour with Late Night with Seth Meyers. Scarlett was there making a virtual appearance and it was filmed a couple of days before it aired. It was a great interview as Seth is a family friend of Scarlett and it turns out he was at her wedding and they had a great talk about it. Scarlett said Rose has seen her very old movie “Home Alone 3” and had no clue it was her mom in the movie. And talked about the infamous gift-swapping between Colin and Michael Che and what Colin got her for her first gift.

I have added in the screen caps from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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Whatever you say, David Harbour! Don’t miss Red Guardian in Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow.”

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Just your average sisters ? Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh discuss how they bonded in Marvel Studios’ #BlackWidow.

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Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh talk about Florence joining the franchise and the advice

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Scarlett Johansson (Avengers: Endgame, Marriage Story) & Florence Pugh (Midsommar, Little Women) sit down with Josh Horowitz to talk “Black Widow” and the future of the MCU.

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Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, and David Harbour from ‘Black Widow’ helped us create a hilarious superhero story using random words that they came up with.

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The stars of Black Widow join Dave Morales for a backstage look at the highly anticipated Marvel movie.

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Actresses Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh chat with USA TODAY Film Critic Brian Truitt about working together on the new movie, “Black Widow.”

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PEOPLE AFTER A YEAR OF DALAYS ITS FINALLY HERE. Black Widow has finally seen the light of day after last year of moving about on July 09th it hit cinema’s and Disney+. And thanks to it hitting Disney+ I was able to get my hands on a 1080p copy of it for the site. Scarlett plays maybe for the last time Natasha Romanoff a.k.a the Black Widow making it her 10th time as the character in the MCU and the movie co-stars Florence Pugh as Nat’s little sister and the future Black Widow in the MCU Yelena Belova, David Harbour and Rachel Weisz all of who did a absolutely amazing job as these characters and I hope its not the last time we see them all. The movie takes place right away Civil War and shows Na just trying to live a quiet live before her little sister being her back into it and set’s of all these events that lead to Nat having to face her past and right the wrongs she did back then. It was a amazing movie and a fitting goodbye to both Natasha and Scarlett and at last show’s her in the main sport light. And the after credit scene had me bawling my eyes out and so looking forward to Hawkeye later this year.

I have done all the Screen Captures for the movie and you can now find them in the gallery, And the movie is out now in cinema’s and Disney+ and should be out on Blu-Ray in about October/November time so all bonus features will be added in then.

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Variety – Marvel’s “Black Widow” is already crushing pandemic-era box office records.

The superhero adventure raked in a mighty $39.5 million from 4,160 theaters on Friday, the biggest single-day gross since the onset of COVID-19. Through the weekend, “Black Widow” is poised to generated a huge $87.8 million, which would best the benchmark previously set by “F9” and its $70 million debut. The final opening weekend number for the Cate Shortland-directed movie could shoot even higher with positive word-of-mouth. As the first Marvel film to open in theaters since the start of the pandemic, “Black Widow” is already receiving a warm welcome from MCU fans.

At the same time, “Black Widow” is currently available to stream on Disney Plus Premier Access for $30, which could impact box office returns. However, its strong start on the big screen has been encouraging to Hollywood executives and film exhibitors.

Starring Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour and Rachel Weisz, “Black Widow” follows the adventures of Natasha Romanoff between the events of “Captain America: Civil War” and “Avengers: Infinity War.” After uncovering a dangerous conspiracy, Romanoff is forced to confront the darker parts of her past.

Despite “Black Widow’s” robust turnout, Universal’s action tentpole “F9” is still going strong at the box office. The film is projected to bring in $10.4 million over the weekend, which would boost its domestic total up to an impressive $140.8 million. “F9” has given movie theaters a much-needed boost, and has so far hit $100 million in ticket sales faster than any other pandemic-era release.

Coming in at No. 3 is Universal’s animated family film “The Boss Baby: Family Business,” which brought in $2.8 million on Friday and is expected to earn another $8.7 million through Sunday for a total of $34.7 million. Horror movie “The Forever Purge,” the fifth film in the “Purge” franchise, is set to bring in an additional $6.8 million in sales for an overall tally of $27.5 million.

Meanwhile, “A Quiet Place Part II” is still hanging on in the fifth spot. The horror film, from Paramount, is set to add another $3 million to its still-dominant haul of $150.7 million. A24’s “Zola” is also continuing to make a splash in the indie scene in its second week of release, amassing $210,000 on Friday from 1,401 theaters, which brings its total earnings to a healthy $3.1 million. The Janicza Bravo-directed film, starring Taylour Paige and Riley Keough, has also been well-received by critics.

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On Wednesday(July 07th) Scarlett was a guest on the show The Kelly Clarkson Show that was filmed back in May time for the Black Widow press tour. Scarlett was there making a virtual appearance again on the show and she talked about Rose and her being Scarlett’s shadow, who she would trust to baby sit her, who Scarlett’s heros were growing up about Black Widow and playing a game of What’s Creepin’ Up On Me’

I have added in the screen caps from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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Cate Shortland, David Harbour, Devan Coggan, Kevin Feige, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, and Scarlett Johansson break down their new Marvel movie ‘Black Widow’.

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Variety – Costume designer Jany Temime says working on Marvel’s “Black Widow” was a dream job. She doesn’t know the exact number of costumes she created, but it was “a lot.”

The costume designer who counts “Judy,” “Skyfall” and three of the Harry Potter films including “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I and II” among her credits, turned to the Russian and Norwegian armies and the circus for “Black Widow” for design inspirations as new characters such as Yelena (Florence Pugh) and the Red Guardian (David Harbour) are introduced.

Temime also inherited Scarlett Johansson in the title role, whose costume that had already been established. This time around, she made a few tweaks to allow for comfort, sculpting it to suit a woman’s body.

Here, she breaks down designing those looks. On Inheriting the Black Widow Outfit and the Marvel Comic Universe

With the Black Widow costume, I changed a few things and adapted it to Scarlett and her body. When you get the design, you have a computer reality and you have the reality of a woman’s body, and you have to put those two things together.

To make it comfortable, we had the base of the costume made from rubbery fabric. I also added in a design graphic to stop it from looking flat, and that was printed out.

Between the seams, we allowed two to three millimeters of elastic fabric to give some room and stretch because I didn’t want her to feel like she was in something tight. I was so happy to hear Scarlett say that it was the most comfortable outfit.

The way we cut it too was glamorous, we cut the waist a little higher because you have to model the suit to the body to flatter it.

I also designed the young widow outfits which they gave me carte blanche with, and again, they were enthusiastic about it. It was such a collaboration and so dreamy. I also understood what [director] Cate Shortland wanted and her vision, especially for that opening sequence.

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It’s here! “Black Widow” is finally out, and to celebrate we had Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, and David Harbour play a game of Who’s Who, and they really are a hilarious family. So, who’s most likely to laugh while filming? Who can be caught singing 24/7? Who nailed their stunts on the first try? Watch all of the adorableness now!

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On Monday (July 05th) Scarlett was a guest on the show Live With Kelly & Ryan for the Black Widow press tour. Again Scarlett was there making a virtual appearance on the show and she talked about her 4th of July celebrations, What she did for them when she was a kid, Black Widow and lot’s more.

I have added in the screen caps from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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Scarlett Johansson joins BBC Radio 1’s film critic Ali Plumb to look back on life as Avenger Natasha Romanov ahead of Marvel’s Black Widow. She reveals how she nearly missed out on the role in Iron Man 2, her favourite mistakes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and she talks through how she felt about her character’s death in Avengers: Endgame.

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Black Widow’s Scarlett Johansson reveals why she didn’t like an earlier version of the Marvel movie while co-star Florence Pugh recalls what it was like being tied to the Avenger during shoots – and feeding each other gazpacho.

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ET spoke with Scarlett Johansson about her new film, ‘Black Widow,’ in theaters and streaming on Disney+ with premiere access July 9.

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The stars of Marvel’s “Black Widow” including Scarlett Johansson (Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow), Florence Pugh (Yelena Belova), David Harbour (Alexei Shostakov/The Red Guardian), Rachel Weisz (Melina Vostokoff), O-T Fagbenle (Mason) and director Cate Shortland discuss their new Marvel movie with CinemaBlend’s Sean O’Connell.

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Two years since the release of ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home,’ the MCU is finally returning to theaters with the much-anticipated (and oft-delayed) ‘Black Widow,’ a solo spy adventure for the character made legendary by Scarlett Johansson. In the movie, Natasha is forced to come face to face with the trauma of her past and with the makeshift family of misfits whose motivations remain murky: There’s father figure the Red Guardian (David Harbour); mother figure Melina (Rachel Weisz); and sister of sorts, Yelena (Florence Pugh), whose reconnection with Natasha drives the story, humor, and heart of director Cate Shortland’s movie. Ahead of the film’s release in theaters – and on Disney+ via Premier Access – Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Naz Perez spoke with Johansson about finally giving Natasha her solo film and the importance of it being so female-focused, both in front of and behind the camera. Plus, Pugh, Harbour, Weisz, and co-star O-T Fagbenle talk about creating backstories for themselves and bonds with each other (and why Harbour keeps ending up in Russian prisons), while Shortland details why she wanted to make a movie about trauma and “self-forgiveness” and how inspiration drawn from James Bond to ‘Thelma and Louise’ helped her get there.

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We’ve been waiting for this one, turn it up ? Check out this brand new featurette connecting Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” to the future of the MCU. Don’t miss experiencing it this Friday

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“This family shaped the person who Natasha became.”

Check out this brand-new featurette about the family Natasha had before the Avengers.

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¡Estoy FELIZ de compartirles esta entrevista con Scarlett Johansson y Florence Pugh por el estreno de BLACK WIDOW!

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We sat down with Scarlett Johansson & Florence Pugh to talk about the importance of telling women’s stories, as Marvel’s second-ever female-led movie is released!

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Plus, co-star Florence Pugh dishes on how much fun it was to play her kid sister.

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? Who’s that tweet about? ? Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” stars Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh and David Harbour look at your tweets and guess which ones are about their co-stars. Experience the movie this Friday! Tickets and pre-orders available now.

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Bittersweet ang desisyon ni Scarlett Johansson na umalis sa Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh break down an action-packed car chase scene from Marvel’s ‘Black Widow

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Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh discuss the delay of ‘Black Widow,’ what it means for young girls, and how Cate Shortland was the perfect director.

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On-screen sisters Florence Pugh and Scarlett Johansson, who play Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova in the first female superhero Marvel movie, Black Widow, on their close friendship and what they learned from one another while filming.

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We sat down with Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh to put your questions to them.

Scarlett talks about how she cried when Black Widow was going to die and her awkward interaction with Patrick Stewart, while Florence reveals which musician she wanted to have babies with and which Avenger she would most want to be

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Co-stars of “Black Widow,” Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh take the ultimate friendship test. The two first met at a rehearsal space and became fast best friends after a trust exercise. Whether they’re sharing their first impressions, exchanging sweet compliments, or drawing portraits of each other, these two prove that a good friendship thrives off of appreciation and tons of laughter.

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And we have one more new Black Widow featurette this time about Taskmaster, there is only one little Scarlett interview in it but you have a new look at taskmaster. You can view it below and the caps are in the gallery.

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We are now 5 days away from seeing Black Widow at last. One more new Black Widow featurette has come online about how well Scarlett knowns the Black Widow, It’s the other three cast putting Scarlett to the test. You can view it below and the caps are in the gallery.

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comingsoon – Just because Black Widow is dead in the current Marvel Cinematic Universe it doesn’t mean that Scarlett Johansson won’t work with Marvel anymore after Black Widow releases on July 9 in theaters and on Disney+.

“Marvel is always about new beginnings and Scarlett Johansson is such an amazing partner for us,” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said of the actress to ET. “She was a producer on this film. She was the one that brought us our amazing director, Cate Shortland, and I am excited to continue working with her in any way possible if we’re so lucky.”

As far as future MCU additions, Feige is hoping that fan events in “the near future” will be suitable places for cast announcements.

“We’ll see what happens with upcoming gatherings and fan events where we can release more news,” Feige said of when to expect more Marvel news. “I hope sometime in the near future.”

ComingSoon’s Black Widow review says that the film “serves as an interesting piece of the Marvel Cinematic Universe canon” that “is well worth the watch even if you’re just a casual fan.” Beyond a goodbye to Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow, the film is “an introduction to several great Marvel heroes and villains as well as an exciting spy flick in its own right.”

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Back on June 30th Scarlett and Florence made a stop on the Korean show You Quiz On The Block. It was a very quick segment they were both in and Florence was having some technical issue’s at the start and they both say You Quiz On The Block in new a funny ways for the host’s. It took me till now to find a video from the segment as no place had the episode to view so its not the best but it’s all I could find.

I have added in the screen caps from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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IGN comments are funny, knowledgeable, passionate… and sometimes pretty weird. We showed the cast of Marvel’s Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, and David Harbour some of our favorites, and got them to respond.

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Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, and David Harbour answer questions submitted by Marvel Fans.

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A new day and more Black Widow press tour, This time Scarlett and Florence made a stop on BBC 1’s The One Show (tho it was on BBC2 as Wimbledon was on). Both girls made a virtual appearance live in the studio to talk about Black Widow, what it was like to make it, and both talked about filming with pneumonia.

I have added in the screen caps from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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So yesterday was the “Black Widow” World Premier Fan Events round the world with Melbourne, London, New York and LA all getting events. London had Florence Pugh in attendance. New York had David Harbour and LA had the head man him self Kevin Feige. Now the bad news Scarlett did not make any of the events and we have no clue why but she did make some videos for the different places and you can watch the one from Melbourne below.

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And the Black Widow press tour continues this week with more TV show appearances throughout the week and we start Monday of with Good Morning America . Scarlett made a virtual appearance on the show to talk Black Widow, if Rose has watch’s any marvel movies the answer is no as she does not like them at this time, Colin and him not wanting to no anything about filming or the movie and Scarlett’s upcoming skin care line.

I have added in the screen caps from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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WWD – The line is supposed to come to market in early 2022.

The game of celebrity beauty lines has dealt in a new player — Scarlett Johansson.

Johansson is the latest in a string of celebrities slated to bring a beauty brand to market. It is the actress’ first play as an entrepreneur, and her unnamed line is expected to launch in early 2022.

“I’ve been fascinated by the transformative power of beauty since I was a child. My mother instilled in me a passion for self care from my early teenage years. Several years ago, I took a step back from my beauty deals with the goal of creating something true to me. The result is a clean, accessible approach to beauty,” Johansson said in a statement.

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The trailer is now out for Scarlett’s other movie that is coming out this year Sing 2. Scarlett will play the voice of Ash again with Taron Egerton, Matthew McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon to name a few. The movie’s release date is set for 22nd December 2021

Buster Moon and his friends must persuade reclusive rock star Clay Calloway to join them for the opening of a new show.

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thenews – It was an end to a very long era with Scarlett Johansson’s association with the iconic character of superspy Natasha Romanoff, also known as Black Widow.

So, it was no surprise that the 36-year-0ld American actress was very emotional on the last day on the set of Black Widow. Scarlett Johansson’s journey with the iconic character of Black Widow started with the Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero film – Iron Man 2 in 2010. Then, Romanoff’s character became an integral part of the seven Marvel superhero films.

Scarlett Johansson had earlier given an official sendoff to Natasha in “Avengers: Endgame” which was released on April 26, 2019. The movie shows Natasha Romanoff sacrificing her life.

The Black Widow film is special in the way that it transgressed from male-led MCU stories with Scarlett Johansson playing the lead role, along with her on-screen sister Jelena Belova played by English actress Florence Pugh.

Since in an earlier flick, Natasha was seen meeting her death, the Black Widow film was set in pre-“Avengers: Infinity War” times. The entire film is a flashback. This will be the last film for Natasha Romanoff, hence last for Scarlett Johansson as well in the role.

The last day of the filming was very special for the actress along with all the cast and crew members, as most of them were seen crying.

Speaking in a media interview, Scarlett Johansson confirmed she was crying on the last day on the film set, where she worked most strenuously despite having pneumonia some of the days.

“The last thing I shot for this film was actually when Natasha and Taskmaster come together for their final fight beat,” Scarlett Johansson said.

“I was fully on an inhaler at that point crawling towards the finish line of the MCU.”

This is not it. The actress had another reason to be very emotional on that day. She revealed that it was the last day of working with her longtime fellow Heidi Moneymaker, the Black Widow stunt collaborator.

“It was actually even made much more emotional because Heidi Moneymaker, who is my longtime stunt collaborator, who has been with me on this journey for 10 years, it was also her last day as Black Widow,” emotional Scarlett Johansson confirmed.

“And so it was very fitting that she was present for that. And we just, you know, took a moment to survey this decade of time, and what we built together. We had all the feels.”

Scarlett also wished there had been seven ‘last days’ on films. “I feel like there have been like seven ‘last days’ for me on these films,” Johansson said.

It was an end to a very long era with Scarlett Johansson’s association with the iconic character of superspy Natasha Romanoff, also known as Black Widow.

So, it was no surprise that the 36-year-0ld American actress was very emotional on the last day on the set of Black Widow.

Scarlett Johansson’s journey with the iconic character of Black Widow started with the Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero film – Iron Man 2 in 2010. Then, Romanoff’s character became an integral part of the seven Marvel superhero films.

Scarlett Johansson had earlier given an official sendoff to Natasha in “Avengers: Endgame” which was released on April 26, 2019. The movie shows Natasha Romanoff sacrificing her life.

The Black Widow film is special in the way that it transgressed from male-led MCU stories with Scarlett Johansson playing the lead role, along with her on-screen sister Jelena Belova played by English actress Florence Pugh.

Since in an earlier flick, Natasha was seen meeting her death, the Black Widow film was set in pre-“Avengers: Infinity War” times. The entire film is a flashback. This will be the last film for Natasha Romanoff, hence last for Scarlett Johansson as well in the role.

The last day of the filming was very special for the actress along with all the cast and crew members, as most of them were seen crying.

Speaking in a media interview, Scarlett Johansson confirmed she was crying on the last day on the film set, where she worked most strenuously despite having pneumonia some of the days.

“The last thing I shot for this film was actually when Natasha and Taskmaster come together for their final fight beat,” Scarlett Johansson said.

“I was fully on an inhaler at that point crawling towards the finish line of the MCU.”

This is not it. The actress had another reason to be very emotional on that day. She revealed that it was the last day of working with her longtime fellow Heidi Moneymaker, the Black Widow stunt collaborator.

“It was actually even made much more emotional because Heidi Moneymaker, who is my longtime stunt collaborator, who has been with me on this journey for 10 years, it was also her last day as Black Widow,” emotional Scarlett Johansson confirmed.

“And so it was very fitting that she was present for that. And we just, you know, took a moment to survey this decade of time, and what we built together. We had all the feels.”

Scarlett also wished there had been seven ‘last days’ on films. “I feel like there have been like seven ‘last days’ for me on these films,” Johansson said.

“I’ve had so many last days, and they were all full of tears.”

In an interview, Black Widow director Cate Shortland also told about people’s emotional reactions revealed on the last day on the film set.

“The first A.D., Jamie [Christopher], had also done, I think, six or seven films with her,” Shortland said.

“He was crying. [Johansson] was crying, and I was crying. I think we were all really emotional. She’s a trooper, too. She had been shooting for four and a half months, and she had pneumonia.”

Cate Shortland applauded Scarlett Johansson for her determined work. “If you’ve ever had pneumonia, you know how hard it can be to get out of bed — much less film an action movie.”

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One more new Black Widow featurette has come online about the BMW’s that are used in the movie, I got a little bit of new behind the scenes footage and a little Scarlett interview. You can view it below and the caps are in the gallery.

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Throughout the conversation, Scarlett Johansson reflected on her longtime friendship and working relationship with Marvel Universe co-star Chris Evans, and the fun they’ve had together since their first film at ages 17

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Scarlett Johansson shares why she didn’t want “Black Widow” — her first solo outing as her “Avengers” character — to be an espionage film, teasing that fans will hopefully like the “unexpected” storyline

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Scarlett will be making a stop on the Korean show You Quiz On The Block next week with Florence and looks like they will be learning some Korean on the show. The show is broadcast on Wednesdays at 21:00 (KST). I will do my best to get full coverage for the site.

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Collider – Two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson will produce Disney’s Tower of Terror movie, which will be developed as a starring vehicle for the studio’s Black Widow actress, Collider has exclusively learned.

Toy Story 4 director and Inside Out scribe Josh Cooley is currently writing the script, though plot details are being kept under wraps somewhere on the tower’s top floor. Johansson will produce via her company These Pictures alongside Jonathan Lia, and though there’s no director formally attached yet, Disney will aim high, according to sources — especially since Johansson is coming off of dual Oscar nominations for her stellar work in Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit in addition to her high-profile turn in Marvel’s Black Widow.

Representatives for Disney and Johansson had no comment.

Tower of Terror is, of course, based on the popular Disney theme park attractions, which culminate with a free-falling elevator drop that results in some priceless photos. The exhilarating ride features a creepy narrator who sounds like The Twilight Zone host Rod Serling, and there were always long lines due to high demand from thrill-seekers. The ride was previously turned into a 1997 TV movie starring Steve Guttenberg and Kirsten Dunst, though a new theatrical feature has been in development since 2015, when John August was tapped to write a treatment about five people in a posh hotel who take an elevator and disappear after it’s hit by lightning.

Johansson will soon be seen reprising her iconic role as Natasha Romanoff in her very own solo movie, Black Widow, which will be released simultaneously on Disney+ as well as in theaters on July 9. Johansson is also attached to star opposite Taron Egerton in WB’s new Little Shop of Horrors movie, and she’s due to reprise her voice role as the lovable porcupine Ash in Sing 2. On the producing side, Johansson’s company These Pictures is developing the drama Bride, which is in the works at A24 and Apple.

Meanwhile, It was announced earlier this week that Johansson will be the recipient of the 35th American Cinematheque Award this November, which is a major career honor. Johansson is represented by CAA, the law firm of Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman Rubenstein Kohner Endlich & Gellman, and True Public Relations, while Cooley is repped by CAA, Grandview and Jackoway Austen Tyerman Wertheimer Mandelbaum Morris Bernstein Trattner & Klein.

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Andrew Freund sits down with SCARLETT JOHANSSON, FLORENCE PUGH and OT FAGBENLE for “Black Widow.”

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Scarlett Johansson’s superhero “Black Widow” finally steps up for her first lead role. She stars opposite British actor Florence Pugh in the Marvel movie, which Johansson hopes will surprise fans

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Black Widow star Scarlett Johansson says she is saying goodbye to Natasha Romanoff and the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the prequel, set before the death in Avengers: Endgame.

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And the amazing news for Scarlett keeps on coming with. With Scarlett now to receive the American Cinematheque Award in November and I hope by then she can do it in person.

Variety – Scarlett Johansson will receive the 35th annual American Cinematheque Award gala and tribute at the Beverly Hilton on Nov. 18.

American Cinematheque chair Rick Nicita said Johansson’s career embodies the essence of the prestigious award.

“Her immense talent has shone brightly from her movie debut as a child through her emergence as a megastar of blockbusters,” Nicita said in a statement Tuesday morning. “She has acted in adventurous independent films with cutting-edge directors. She has starred in the most commercial of franchises. She has taken leading roles and supporting roles in movies budgeted big and small. Whenever she graces the screen with her luminous presence, the audience knows that they will see a dedicated artist at the height of her powers. We can’t wait to share in the next phase of Scarlett Johansson’s marvelous career.”

A New York native, Johansson made her professional acting debut at the age of eight in the off-Broadway production of “Sophistry” alongside Ethan Hawke. She has since appeared in an array of successful blockbuster franchises, most notably in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Natasha Romanoff, a.k.a. Black Widow. First appearing in “Iron Man 2” alongside Robert Downey Jr. and Don Cheadle in 2010, Johansson went on to star in the two “Captain America” sequels and all four “Avengers” films. She will make her eighth and presumably final appearance as the titular superhero in her long-awaited solo film “Black Widow.”

Johansson received critical acclaim for her role as Nicole Barber in “Marriage Story” and her supporting role as Rozie Betzler in “Jojo Rabbit.” She received nominations for an Oscar, Screen Actors Guild Award and a BAFTA Award for her roles in both 2019 films. Other notable credits include “Lucy,” “Under the Skin,” “Ghost in the Shell,” “Isle of Dogs,” “Her,” “The Horse Whisperer,” “Manny & Lo,” “Hail, Caesar!,” “The Jungle Book,” “Chef,” “Don Jon” and “Hitchcock.”

Previous American Cinematheque Award honorees include: Eddie Murphy (1986); Bette Midler (1987); Robin Williams (1988); Steven Spielberg (1989); Ron Howard (1990); Martin Scorsese (1991); Sean Connery (1992); Michael Douglas (1993); Rob Reiner (1994); Mel Gibson (1995); Tom Cruise (1996); John Travolta (1997); Arnold Schwarzenegger (1998); Jodie Foster (1999); Bruce Willis (2000); Nicolas Cage (2001); Denzel Washington (2002); Nicole Kidman (2003); Steve Martin (2004); Al Pacino (2005); George Clooney (2006); Julia Roberts (2007); Samuel L. Jackson (2008); Matt Damon (2010); Robert Downey Jr. (2011); Ben Stiller (2012); Jerry Bruckheimer (2013); Matthew McConaughey (2014); Reese Witherspoon (2015); Ridley Scott (2016); Amy Adams (2017); Bradley Cooper (2018); Charlize Theron (2019) and Spike Lee (2020).

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BlackFilmandTV.com’s Wilson Morales speaks to Black Widow’s Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh on David Harbour’s Jokes, Fight Scenes & Pugh’s Black Widow Pose

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BGN interviews Scarlett Johansson (Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow) and Florence Pugh (Yelena Belova) for the Marvel film Black Widow.

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Scarlett Johansson’s “Avengers” superhero is about to confront her past in the Marvel prequel “Black Widow.”

“Extra’s” Nate Burleson caught up with Johansson and her co-star Florence Pugh to talk about the film and its message of female empowerment.

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Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh spoke to Access Hollywood’s Sibley Scoles ahead of the release of their highly anticipated Marvel film, “Black Widow” where they opened up about working together and the friendship that was formed on set. “We just got really lucky, we both work in a similar environment, similar style, we both like to chat a lot, goof around, keep things loose,” Scarlett explained. She also revealed if her 6-year-old daughter Rose will see “Black Widow,” “She’s not going to be able to make it through this one, she’s too little, she’s too little. I tried to watch ‘Star Wars’ with her and the minute a Storm Trooper came on which is basically minute two-and-a-half, she said, ‘Mommy this is too scary.’ We made it through ‘Back To The Future’ just in the timeline was enough.” “Black Widow” will be released in theaters and on Disney + with Premier Access on July 9th.

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A new Black Widow featurette has come online with lot’s of new behind the scenes footage and a little Scarlett interview. You can view it below and the caps are in the gallery.

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It’s here people at last the Black Widow press has begun as of last night. And it’s all kicking of with Scarlett making a virtual appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night (June 21st, 2021) for Black Widow. They had a talk about the movie were she said we will learn about what did happen at Budapest and that was about all she could say but will did get to see the little clip that was release last week. After that Scarlett and Jimmy played a game of Marvel One-Second Marvel Quiz and after Scarlett not getting the first one she did end up getting the next three and after a tiebreaker Scarlett ended with Scarlett winning.

I have added in the screen caps and are trying to find the episode stills from the episode to the gallery, and you can watch some of her segments on the show below. Enjoy!

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David Harbour + Dad Jokes = ? Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” is now available for tickets and pre-orders. Experience it July 9. Marvel.com/BlackWidow

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The full ET video was just post by them and it has a lot more of the interview with Scarlett and Florence as well as adding in interviews with David Harbour and O-T Fagbenle that were not in the first video. The only thing with this one is they have taken a lot of the on set footage out. But Scarlett and Florence are just to cute for this world.

Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour and O-T Fagbenle chat with ET’s Nischelle Turner on the set of ‘Black Widow,’ in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9. The cast brings Marvel fans up to speed on where the movie takes place on the MCU timeline, while Scarlett reflects on what playing Natasha Romanoff for a decade has meant to her. David Harbour reacts to comparisons between his character and Chris Evans’ Captain America. He jokes, ‘I really am ‘America’s ass’ when you think about it.’

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The new issue of SFX Magazine – July is out now and Black Widow has a 4 page spread in it, No new photos unfortunately and no new full interviews but still a nice peace to have a little read of. You can find the digital scans from it in the gallery now.

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The press got to see Black Widow last night and so far people are loving it.

denofgeek – Early viewers of Marvel’s Black Widow have praised the film’s perfect balance of action, espionage, and Florence Pugh.

It’s been awhile since we’ve all been able to see a Marvel film in theaters. In fact, it’s been two years, two weeks, and one day since Spider-Man: Far From Home premiered. Now, Marvel’s Black Widow is set to end that pandemic-induced drought when it arrives in theaters (and on Disney+) Friday, July 9.

Marvel has restarted its blockbuster machine on television already, of course. WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and now Loki have all been creative and commercial hits for Disney+. But will the studio be able to recapture that blockbuster energy on the big screen with Black Widow?

Well, according to the first social media reactions, the answer to that is a resounding “yes.” A handful of critics and Marvel fans have already seen the latest film starring Scarlett Johnasson as the titular Black Widow. The embargo for their social media impressions lifted today at 12 p.m. Here are what some Black Widow viewers had to say.

One thing that jumps out from these first reactions is how impressed many critics are by the film’s action sequences. As its characters have grown immensely more powerful in recent films, Marvel has sometimes struggled to properly depict the physics of all these fights among beings with God-like powers. Since Natasha Romanoff is a mortal spy, Black Widow has an opportunity to present more Earthbound and reasonable combat. Based on these reactions, it seems that the film has done exactly that.

Comparisons to John Wick and James Bond films abound in these posts, which is certainly a positive sign for any vaccinated individual prepared to head back to the movies. These reviews also single out Florence Pugh’s performance as Yelena Belova. Director Cate Shortland has previously said that Natasha will “hand the baton” to Yelena as Black Widow in this film, and many viewers are excited at the prospect for more of the character in the MCU. Pugh is also on the verge of major movie stardom, if she’s not there already. Marvel was lucky to nab her when they did.

BrandonDavisBD
#BlackWidow is one of Marvel’s best solo films. Start to finish, the movie is great. Excellent surprises, emotional character moments, bad-ass action, and Scarlett Johansson finally gets to pour everything into the role.
Director Cate Shortland nailed it. Bravo. Yes, #BlackWidow has a post-credits scene (Maybe 2, I think?)

JacobDFilm
#BlackWidow was better than I thought it would be!
Although there’s some excellent action, what pulled me in was the really powerful themes & character moments the film presented.
Easily Scarlett’s best performance as Nat, and Florence Pugh is brilliant as Yelena.

elmayimbe
Marvel movies are back and Phase 4 kicks off with the very entertaining and action-packed #BlackWidow. Giving us a long-overdue look at Natasha’s backstory, with solid performances throughout and thrilling set pieces that demand you see this movie on the biggest screen possible.

Hectorisfunny
I got to see #BlackWidow last night, and as someone who has been waiting since 2010 to see Natasha Romanoff get her own movie, it was well worth the wait.
The actions rips, the emotion hits and the new characters joining the MCU are standouts. MORE BLACK WIDOW MOVIES PLEASE!

rob_keyes
I watched #BlackWidow yesterday and it’s as refreshingly different to other Marvel Studios releases as it is to just have these big movies back. The leads are awesome and the story does some unexpected things. It’s the most adult MCU release yet, but still offers a few laughs.

NextBestPicture
BLACK WIDOW is an adrenaline-filled spy film with tons of action, breakneck pacing & an engaging supporting cast. Seeing Scarlett Johansson finally & deservedly have her moment in the MCU feels great but Florence Pugh is the MVP. Nothing bold or daring but it will satisfy fans.

MamasGeeky
Black Widow is full of incredible action sequences & it is so good to see Natasha again — even if she feels like a side character sometimes. @Florence_Pugh steals the show. Her chemistry with Scarlett Johansson makes the movie what it is & provides a lot of laughs! #BlackWidow

BenMkWrites
#BlackWidow is another epic entry in the #MCU. The bond between #Natasha & #YelenaBelova is a solid anchor for the film, as is their #Incredibles-like dynamic with #Melina and #RedGuardian. Also, kudos to @MarvelStudios for making #Taskmaster more than just a faceless adversary.

noradominick
#BlackWidow might be one of my favorite solo origin movies in the MCU. There’s something about seeing Natasha finally get her story that made me emotional in all the best ways. Also, Florence Pugh was born for the MCU, and her dynamic with Scarlett is a triumph

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Back in 2019 entertainment tonight got to go to London and see the filming of Black Widow and have some interviews with the cast and they can at last release it for us all to see. The video has some behind the scenes new footage and a cute little interview with Scarlett and Florence. You can watch the video below and caps are up in the gallery for you all.

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Marvel – Academy Award-nominated actress Scarlett Johansson first made her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in 2010 with Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 2, and over ten years later, in 2021, audiences will discover her character Natasha Romanoff’s story outside of the Avengers with the release of Black Widow, in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9.

Not much is known about Natasha Romanoff, but as an elite super spy, she prefers it that way. What we do now know is that she’s done running from her past, and that the Avengers weren’t her first family.

In Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.

FROM EVERYTHING TO NOTHING
Black Widow immediately picks up after the events of Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War. During an intimate press discussion on the set of Black Widow, Johansson reminisced that as an operative, Natasha has always been part of this “greater whole,” whether it was part of the Red Room, or S.H.I.E.L.D., or the Avengers. She’s been part of some unit or makeshift family, but now “after Civil War, it’s all gone. Everything is gone. And for the first time ever, really just on her own.”

This predicament presented challenges that intrigued Johansson. “She doesn’t have to return to anything,” remarked Johansson, “which is a pretty terrifying place to be when you’ve been attached to something for so long.”

A TEAM OF ONE
“When you find her at the beginning of the film, she’s just broken,” shared Johansson, “and by the end of the film, the goal is to put her back together, but different from before.”

While the elite super spy known as Black Widow, now on the run as a fugitive, has always been self-sufficient, with connections everywhere, she’s finally presented an opportunity to just walk it all back, but can she?

It was important to Johansson that the solo Black Widow film was not an origin film. In her discussions with producer Kevin Feige and executive producer Brad Winderbaum, they felt this timeline was the best point in Natasha’s story to tell.

In their discussions, they realized what they wanted to explore was the relationship between Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff and Florence Pugh’s Yelena. Johansson had no interest in the story of “two women competing against one another, trying to take each other down, dethroning one another.” In Black Widow, we witness the love shared in the space of sisterhood.

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I have a big treat for you all today and one I was thinking would never see the light of day again. Way back in 1994 Scarlett made her first talk show appearance on Late Night With Conan O’Brien for a comedic skit for the show. Now she was not there as her self but as Sarah Hughes who is a Spelling Bee Champion or not as the segment shows. As I said I have been looking for this video for over 5 years now and it at last hit the web today and I can not be happy that it can at last be seen as it was one of Scarlett’s first jobs and till today I did think it was lost to time. You can watch the video below and caps are in the gallery for you all.

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collider – From the set of ‘Black Widow’ back in 2019, Johansson talks about her character’s long journey.

In 2019, Disney brought Collider and a few other journalists to London to visit the set of their highly anticipated new MCU movie Black Widow, which was in production at the time. Little did we know that the film’s planned 2020 release date would be pushed back over a year, making the wait for the Black Widow movie even longer.

Black Widow is now due to cinemas on July 9, 2021 (as well as being simultaneously released on Disney+ via Premier Access), which means we can finally share what we learned while on the Black Widow set. We were fortunate enough to speak with several people who worked on the film, including Black Widow herself Scarlett Johansson, who has portrayed Natasha Romanov (the titular Black Widow), since 2010.

We spoke with Johansson about legacy of Natasha in the MCU and how the character has evolved since her debut in Iron Man 2, and how her characterization in that film was hypersexualized. We also discussed her relationship with her sister-not-sister Yelena Belova, played in the film by Florence Pugh, and how the relationship between Natasha and Yelena changed before filming began.

So, Yelena seems to be a key part of Natasha’s redemption arc. Could you talk a little bit about that potential?
SCARLETT JOHANSSON: Yeah. We knew we wanted to include the Yelena character really early on, but that character really transformed over the months of prep that we did and development. The character kind of felt very — I don’t know how to say this. I guess what I would say is that the story of two women competing against one another and trying to take each other down and sort of dethrone one another felt uninteresting. It just didn’t feel like what I wanted to explore and I think what, really, audiences wanted to see. It just felt very old fashioned and not true, and so taking that feeling and running with that instinct, the relationship developed into what it is, which is it’s a relationship that I think is grounded in a shared experience and a knowingness and a sisterhood. With that comes many complicated feelings, of course. Not all good, fuzzy ones, but real grounded ones. It’s a very special relationship. I think it will be very touching for a lot of people. I have a lot of empathy for that relationship and for both of those characters’ history and trauma, and that shared history, as dark as it is, brings them together and there’s a lot of love between them. But, their relationship is also contentious and everything else that comes with that kind of sisterly relationship.
I think Natasha has a lot of compassion and that’s not necessarily what I would have anticipated when we were filming Iron Man 2 or Avengers or whatever. You’ve seen glimpses of it and it’s developed over time, as we’ve been able to bring the character to the forefront in different instillaments, but she’s a very compassionate person and that passion is actually what drives a lot of her decision making. I mean, she’s also practical and pragmatic and I don’t think those two things have to necessarily work against each other. That part of her is what really touches me.

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And the magazine scans keep coming out this month. I have added two new one’s that both had Scarlett on the cover the first is Slim Magazine – June 2021 and the other is Oean Drive – June 2021 that has on the cover the photo of that shoot I desperately want. both of them are for Black Widow promo with new interviews with Scarlett. You can find the digital scans from both in the gallery now.

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And to finish of the day of Black Widow updates we have 4 new posters that have been released, I love that they all have new promo photos of Scarlett and I hope we get them at some point. You can see them all in the gallery now.

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We have a new Black Widow featurette called Ready Set Action it has a new interviews with the cast, behind the scene and new footage from the movie. And my god is this movie going to Break me I can just see it. You can watch it below and screen captures are in the gallery now.

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Great news you can now pre-order your tickets and on Disney+ for Black Widow at long long long long last. And we got a little fun video with Scarlett, David and Florence telling you to do it. Who is getting it on D+ and who is going to the cinema? I’m getting it on D+.

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The experience will be worth the wait. Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” tickets and pre-orders available now.

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Today we had a LOT of Black Widow content and starting with a new clip with Nat and Yelena getting away from the new Black Widow girls who are trying to kill them.

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At long long long last we have a new talk show appearance for Scarlett and its going to be on The Tonight Show Starring Jummy Fallon on June 21st to promote Black Widow. I’m 99% confident this will be done virtually but still will be great to see Scarlett again on our tv as its been to long.

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And one more new new little clip from Black Widow was showed on Friday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live when Florence Pugh was a guest on there, and shows of the two being sisters.

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Gamesradar – Scarlett Johansson and co tell Total Film about digging into the Avenger’s chequered past in Black Widow

Black Widow has been a long time coming. Scarlett Johansson’s red-headed, ass-kicking, non-super superhero became an instant cinematic icon the moment she punched her first nameless goon in Iron Man 2. Yet, though Johansson has spoken about her desire to make a solo movie for almost a decade, the pieces have only just fallen into place for that vision to finally become a reality. Ever since Natasha Romanoff confessed to having “red in my ledger” that she’d like to wipe out in 2012’s Avengers Assemble, viewers have known that there’s been a knotty backstory worth excavating. It’s been a lengthy wait for fans, sure, but not a frustrating one for Johansson.

“I didn’t feel the character needed to be vindicated,” she tells Total Film over Zoom after being asked about the fight to bring a solo Black Widow adventure to fruition. “When we finished Avengers: Endgame, I felt good about the work that we did. I felt that, unless we were going to go on a deep dive – which this film is… I thought, ‘OK, she’s…’”

Johansson stops for a second to meditate over her answer. She’s spent the past 10 years with Marvel’s team of spoiler-stoppers listening to her every conversation and now would not be the time to slip up, especially with the end of her Black Widow journey in sight. Behind her today, however, there are no peering press officers – just a neutral white wall with a solitary window looking out to some greenery.

“I love Natasha,” she starts up again. “She’s had an incredible 10-year journey, and I felt that she was finally able to make an active choice.” She’s referring to Black Widow’s controversial decision to sacrifice herself to retrieve the Soul Stone in Avengers: Endgame. “It seemed very in-character, that ultimate sacrifice that she makes. She’s made peace with that, and, in some ways, has known that’s her destiny all along, in a weird poetic way. When you look back on the films, that’s in there. All the films have led her to that choice – or to be able to make that choice; or for it to be a choice.”

With Natasha’s final fate sealed and her story satisfyingly told, Johansson was left questioning what was left to tell in a solo outing. For the film to be worthwhile, it would have to be creatively challenging and, as Johansson says, peel back the layers to “find the heartbeat of what this character’s journey has been”.

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A new little clip from Black Widow was showed last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live when Rachel Weisz was a guest on there. Still no sight of Scarlett but she has to being coming soon.

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The Avengers compound at Disney world is at last open and Scarlett sent in a little video saying congratulations to its opening.

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“I’m done running from my past.” ?? Check out this special look at Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” and get ready to experience it in theaters or on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9. Additional fee required.

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Hey all Abby here, So I just want to share some of the work I have been doing behind the scenes on the site with you all and there has been a lot of work. First and the biggest job that I have been working on for the last 5 months is now done and that is the past updates, When we lost the old site URl of Scarlett-fan back in 2017 time all the old updates when down with dead links so only the text was still there to see. And over as I said the last 5 months I have been working back and redoing all the old posts with the new links and making all the old updates look like the new ones and as of 5 minuets ago I at last got to page 151 and was done, The updates do only go back to 2006 when the site moved over to wordpress but if you would all like to go back and look now you can and its all there.

Next job I have begun is Scarlett’s projects page, The last time it has a update was 2017 time and after that it was left, I had a look a bit ago and saw all the link were down and nothing was working so I have been working on that when I could find the time and I have rebuilt the movie page and have at this time done her projects Sing 2, Black Widow and Jojo Rabbit page. The rest will be coming when I find the time here and there but I will be working down so you will tell when a new one is done and ready to view. And as well I will be working on redoing her music page at some point and that will have a complete overhaul at some point this year same with her info page that is now all out of date I will be redoing all that and making it look all new again at some point this year.

The media page is still not working at the time of me posting this, I have a ton of icons and the like I have done my self that I will be adding into the site when I get time to re work the page and make it something cool for people to want to use again. But the one bit of media I have been working on is the new video page I added in some months ago, more and more new videos get added in all the time to that and I am working on finding some older ones to go in it and I think I’m getting a cool mix to add in there so please check back each week as new videos will be added all the time. Same with the new press page I have now 5 press interviews up not a lot I no but finding her old interviews is hard as all the old links are more of the time dead but I will add what I can when I find it.

So that should be about all that I am working on at this time, Black Widow press should be starting up very very soon so Scarlett and the site are going to get very very bust and I’m very much looking forward to it.

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comicbook – Scarlett Johansson says her Black Widow co-star Florence Pugh has a “really beautiful career ahead of her” as Pugh, a newcomer to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, addresses her future as Yelena Belova. Set in-between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Endgame, the mid-quel reveals Natasha Romanoff’s (Johansson) Russian family: sister-figure Yelena, Alexei Shostakov (David Harbour), a.k.a. the Red Guardian, and Natasha and Yelena’s fellow Red Room-trained super-spy Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz). As the first film of Marvel Studios’ Phase 4, Black Widow will springboard Pugh’s Yelena into the future of the MCU, including her return in the Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld-starring Hawkeye series on Disney+.

“She has a really beautiful career ahead of her… she’s a very special person,” Johansson said in the most recent print issue of Total Film. On potentially succeeding Johansson as Marvel’s new Black Widow, Pugh said, “Even though that’s obviously where everybody wants to go and wants to think about — to think about what’s next — this film never really felt like that was what it was trying to underline.”

“Their stories intersect,” added director Cate Shortland of Natasha and Yelena’s histories as assassins trained by Russia’s Red Room program. “They crash into each other.”

Before Marvel looks to the future of Pugh’s character, Black Widow must first look to the past and reveal Natasha’s family before the Avengers.

“What Yelena does is to kind of point out Natasha’s pain,” Pugh explained. “She’s part of Natasha’s history. And I think that’s why we get this opportunity to look into Natasha’s history, because Yelena comes knocking, and says, ‘Yo, let’s deal with this pain.'”

Johansson, who has played Black Widow since Iron Man 2 in 2010, pointed out Pugh’s Yelena “stands completely on her own. She’s strong and different. She’s so different [to] Natasha.”

Starring Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour, O-T Fagbenle, Ray Winstone, William Hurt, and Rachel Weisz, Marvel’s Black Widow releases in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access on July 9.

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Hey all! I have done a massive magazine update from this year for you all today, first up is the two new magazines the first being Total Film – June that just came out yesterday and it has Loki on the cover and a feature on Black Widow but unfortunately no new photos from the movie. And the other is Techlife News – May that has Black Widow on the cover and a little feature on Black Widow but again no new photos or the like in it. And then I have added in a ton of old magazine from this year with Rumbos – February 2021, Weekend Style – February 2021, Streaming – April 2021, Las Vegas Weekly – April 2021 and Total Film – April 2021. All are about Black Widow and have various info about it and what is going on. You can find all the scans in the gallery now for you all to see and read.

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Last night was the MTV Movie Awards 2021 and Scarlett was being honoured with the Generation Award for her 3 decades of work in the entertainment industry. Unfortunately Scarlett was no there is person and made a virtual appearance to receive the award but she and Colin put a little spin on it with him sliming her thinking it was the Nickelodeon Awards. The two of them are just comedy gold and it’s great to see Scarlett’s funny side come out when they are together doing these things. You can watch the little video below and screen caps are up in the gallery.

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The MTV Movie Awards were last night and thanks to them we got our first clip from the upcoming Black Widow movie. The clip is not long or really show’s of a lot but it does show that Yelena is a bad ass I can not wait to see were they take her and Nat in the movie.

Just two sisters bonding during a high-speed chase.

Check out this brand new clip from Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow,” and experience it in theaters or on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9. Additional fee required.

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People – Emily Blunt was forced to turn down the role of Black Widow in Iron Man 2 due to prior contractual agreements

Emily Blunt is reflecting on nearly being cast as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In a recent interview on The Howard Stern Show, the 38-year-old actress addressed how she was initially in talks to play the Marvel heroine in 2010’s Iron Man 2, but ultimately had to turn down the role — which eventually went to Scarlett Johansson— due to a prior commitment.

“I actually do want to clean up the story,” said Blunt. “I was contracted to do Gulliver’s Travels. I didn’t want to do Gulliver’s Travels.

“It was a bit of a heartbreaker for me because I take such pride in the decisions that I make and they mean so much to me, the films that I do,” the A Quiet Place star added to Howard Stern. “So that was tough.”

Also during the interview, Blunt shot down rumors that she would be playing the Invisible Woman in the Marvel reboot of Fantastic Four. She also said the superhero film genre has become “exhausted.”

“It’s not that it’s beneath me. It’s not. I loved Iron Man, and I wanted to work with Robert Downey Jr.,” said Blunt.

“It would have been amazing, but I don’t know if superheroes are for me,” the star added. “They’re not up my alley. I think it’s been exhausted. We are inundated. It’s not that it’s only the movies, it’s the endless TV shows as well.”

While The Devil’s Wear Prada actress did say she would potentially be open to playing a superhero in the future, it would have to be “a really cool character.”

“It’s not to say that I would never want to play one,” she said. “It would just have to be something so cool … and then I would be interested. In general, I don’t race to see superhero movies. They leave me feeling a little bit cold. I can’t explain it. I can’t get in there.”

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A massive congratulations to Scarlett for for receiving the “Generation Award at 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards” that will take place on May 16. Now the only thing to see is if Scarlett will be there in person or over video.

Deadline – The upcoming 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards will honor Scarlett Johansson with its Generation Award on Sunday night.

The Generation Award celebrates actors whose diverse contributions to both film and television have turned them into household names. The Black Widow actress joins previous recipients Sandra Bullock, Jim Carrey, Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Robert Downey Jr., Jamie Foxx, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Mike Myers. Additional Generation Award honorees include Chris Pratt, Adam Sandler, Will Smith, Mark Wahlberg and Reese Witherspoon.

Johansson will receive the Generation Award honor in the first evening of the two-night event. Hosted by Leslie Jones, Sunday’s ceremony will recognize and celebrate the year’s most notable scripted film and television titles. Disney’s WandaVision leads the scripted nominations with five nom for categories including best show, best performance in a show and best villain. Emily in Paris, The Boys, The Mandalorian and Borat Subsequent Moviefilm are also in contention.

MTV revealed last week that it will also honor Sacha Baron Cohen with its Comedic Genius Award on Sunday.

Nikki Glaser will host the second night of the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards, which will honor unscripted titles. Nominees for the first-ever MTV Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted include RuPaul’s Drag Race, Bling Empire, 90 Day Fiancé, The Bachelorette and Legendary. See the full list of nominees here.

The Marriage Story actress is no stranger to the MTV Movie & TV Awards as she is a six-time nominee. In 2013 she won an honor for best fight for her role in The Avengers. She has previously received nominations for best kiss, best female performance and breakthrough-female.

News of Johansson’s MTV Movie & TV Awards honor comes just days after she issued a statement against the HFPA for its lack of diversity among its ranks. Joining Avengers co-star Mark Ruffalo who spoke out a day before, Johannson recalled her experience with HFPA members criticized the Hollywood organization.

“The HFPA is an organization that was legitimized by the likes of Harvey Weinstein to amass momentum for Academy recognition, and the industry followed suit. Unless there is necessary fundamental reform within the organization, I believe it is time that we take a step back from the HFPA and focus on the importance and strength of unity within our unions and the industry as a whole,” she said.

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empireonline Thanks to the Covid pandemic, 2020 was the first year in a long time to leave MCU fans without a single new Marvel Studios story – and one of the biggest movies pushed back several times through the year was Black Widow, the long-awaited solo movie for Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff. Set before you-know-what happened in Avengers: Endgame, the film will introduce us to Romanoff’s life before we met her in Iron Man 2, exploring her former ‘family’ (including Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova), and the ‘red on her ledger’ for which she long fought to atone. As seen in the new issue of Empire, on sale Thursday 13 May, here’s a brand new exclusive image of Natasha and Yelena sharing a dramatic moment.

The film is directed by Berlin Syndrome’s Cate Shortland, who tells Empire that the film has been fully finished – and untouched – for a year now, just waiting to be unleashed on audiences. And this summer it finally will be – Disney has confirmed plans for Black Widow to hit cinemas on 9 July, with a simultaneous release on Disney+ for an additional Premier Access fee. It’s a model that’s clearly worked for the studio, with films like the live-action Mulan and animated adventure Raya And The Last Dragon receiving the same treatment in recent months.

We’ll see what Shortland and her cast – also including Rachel Weisz, David Harbour, and O-T Fagbenle – have cooked up when Black Widow finally makes her superhero landing. See you in the foyer with a massive Tango Ice Blast.

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Variety – Scarlett Johansson has spoken out against the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, urging the industry to “step back” from the organization until it puts more substantial reforms in place.

Amazon Studios has also issued a statement, echoing the recent criticism from Netflix, Time’s Up and others regarding the HFPA’s latest reform plan. The plan, which was approved on Thursday, includes measures to increase the number of people of color in its membership and restrictions on gifts and payment for members’ work on committees.

In a statement to Variety on Saturday, Johansson revealed that she has shied away from HFPA press conferences due to “sexist questions and remarks,” and said that she believes the industry should distance itself from the organization unless further reforms are implemented.

“As an actor promoting a film, one is expected to participate in awards season by attending press conferences as well as awards shows. In the past, this has often meant facing sexist questions and remarks by certain HFPA members that bordered on sexual harassment. It is the exact reason why I, for many years, refused to participate in their conferences,” Johansson said. “The HFPA is an organization that was legitimized by the likes of Harvey Weinstein to amass momentum for Academy recognition and the industry followed suit. Unless there is necessary fundamental reform within the organization, I believe it is time that we take a step back from the HFPA and focus on the importance and strength of unity within our unions and the industry as a whole.”

Meanwhile, Amazon Studios said that it is awaiting significant change before resuming work with the HFPA, which puts on the Golden Globes each year.

“We have not been working with the HFPA since these issues were first raised, and like the rest of the industry, we are awaiting a sincere and significant resolution before moving forward,” an Amazon Studios spokesperson said in a statement.

Representatives for the HFPA did not immediately respond to Variety‘s request for comment.

On Friday, a group of more than 100 publicists expressed their concerns about the HFPA’s overhaul, writing: “We will continue to refrain from any HFPA sanctioned events, including press conferences, unless and until these issues are illuminated in detail with a firm commitment to a timeline that respects the looming 2022 season reality.”

Golden Globe winner Mark Ruffalo also chimed in on Twitter, saying that he “cannot feel proud or happy about being a recipient of this award” unless the organization “steps up.”

Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos sent a letter to the HFPA’s leadership committee on Friday, which reads: “We don’t believe these proposed new policies — particularly around the size and speed of membership growth — will tackle the HFPA’s systemic diversity and inclusion challenges, or the lack of clear standards for how your members should operate. So we’re stopping any activities with your organization until more meaningful changes are made. Netflix and many of the talent and creators we work with cannot ignore the HFPA’s collective failure to address these crucial issues with urgency and rigor.”

HFPA President Ali Sar responded to Sarandos’ letter, writing that the organization has “always valued our relationship with Netflix as we seek to bring news about motion pictures and television to the world. We hear your concerns about the changes our association needs to make and want to assure you that we are working diligently on all of them.”

The HFPA first came under fire in February after a Los Angeles Times investigation revealed that they had not had a single Black member in their ranks in over two decades. The article also detailed that the organization had paid large sums to members for serving on committees and accepted lavish junket trips. In April, the HFPA was once again hit with controversy when it was revealed that a former president, Phil Berk, had sent an email to members calling Black Lives Matter “a hate movement.” Berk was then removed from the HFPA.

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The world may change and evolve, but the one thing that will never change: we’re all part of one big family.

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The other day it was National Super Hero Day and we got some new promo for Black Widow with a little interview video of Scarlett go’s over what Nat has done in her time in the MCU and what is to come with Black Widow as Scarlett said “You have been waiting for this”.

It’s National Super Hero Day, and Natasha Romanoff will always be our hero ?? Experience the cinematic event, Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow,” in theaters and on Disney+ with Premiere Access July 9. Additional fee required.

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Scarlett is starting to do more promo at last and to kick things off for what with be a ton of new content leading up to July for Black Widow, Scarlett will be a guest on the talk show The Kelly Clarkson Show on 04th May and my guess it will be about her teaming up with HumanCo on Snow Days and will be by video. You can find out more of the official website Here and can try for tickets Here. And full update will be on the site after it airs.

EDIT: Scarlett’a appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show that should have been on May 4th has been rescheduled to 14th May and will air in July for Black Widow promo.

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People – Johansson acknowledges that it was “such a delicate time” to PEOPLE about planning her October wedding to Jost during the COVID-19 pandemic

Scarlett Johansson is opening up about the “challenging” feat of pulling off her October wedding to Colin Jost during a pandemic.

“I think just keeping it intimate and small made it feel intentional,” the actress tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue, while promoting her partnership with HumanCo and its brand of organic frozen pizza bites, Snow Days. “We wanted it to feel like it had an intentional intimacy as opposed to being something that felt like we were restricted by all these things.”

The Black Widow star acknowledges that it was “such a delicate time,” as they took full COVID-19 precautions into account for the event. “And there was a lot to take into consideration because of all of the CDC guidelines and making sure everybody was comfortable and safe, following all the COVID protocol,” she adds.

Johansson and Jost, 38, held the intimate gathering at her home in Palisades, N.Y. “They only planned the wedding for a few weeks. Just close friends and family attended,” a source told PEOPLE at the time.

The groom recently admitted that he doesn’t “have taste in things,” telling Entertainment Tonight that he took a backseat role in the wedding planning.

“I never grew up imagining my dream wedding, like, ‘This is what I want,'” he said. “I imagined my dream partner rather than my dream wedding. There’s a lot of details to it that I just didn’t even consider.”

But even with all the wedding planning and COVID precautions, it was worth it to celebrate the moment with their loved ones. “We were just so happy to be able to celebrate with our family,” Johansson says.

“Some people we hadn’t been able to really see so much over this past year,” she adds. “So that was really special … We felt really fortunate that we were able to do it.”

Making their big day even more special, they let Meals on Wheels America announce the news of their union on social media, while requesting fans donate to the nonprofit. “Their wedding wish is to help make a difference for vulnerable older adults during this difficult time by supporting @mealsonwheelsamerica,” the post read in part.

The couple got engaged in May 2019, two years after they began dating. Johansson debuted her 11-carat engagement ring at San Diego Comic-Con in July.

“He’s very charming and very thoughtful and romantic. But yeah, I was surprised,” she said, recounting the proposal to Ellen DeGeneres in October. “Even if you kind of imagine what that moment’s gonna be like, it’s still a beautiful moment.”

The wedding marks Jost’s first marriage and Johanssen’s third. She was previously wed to Ryan Reynolds, 44, from 2008 to 2011. She was also married to Romain Dauriac, 39, from 2014 to 2017, and they co-parent 6-year-old daughter Rose Dorothy.

Johansson cited Rose as her reason for recently investing in HumanCo and becoming creative director of Snow Days. “I know what it is to look for both of those things, convenience and the nutrition,” she tells PEOPLE of the thoughtful venture.

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People – Johansson has partnered with HumanCo on Snow Days, a brand of frozen pizza bites made with organic, grain-free ingredients

Scarlett Johansson takes a passive approach toward getting her daughter, 6-year-old Rose Dorothy, to eat her fruits and vegetables.

“It’s funny, but I think I never really had to trick her into eating healthy,” The two-time Academy Award nominee, 36, tells PEOPLE.

Johansson says that her own mother used the “one bite rule,” which she also subscribes to with Rose. “I think [it’s best] just letting kids discover food that way without making it feel like a chore,” she says.

“Everybody has a different palate,” she adds. “I’ve never tried to force my kid to eat anything she didn’t like, and I never tried to hide any foods from her because I was trying to pack in an extra carrot. I’m just like, ‘If you don’t like carrots, you don’t have to eat them.’ But just offer a variety as much as possible. And then I think, as you get older your palate develops, and you get out of those habits.”

Johansson hopes to help other moms get nutrition to their kids just as smoothly, investing in Jason Karp’s company HumanCo and taking over as the creative director for their brand Snow Days, which has created a healthier take on pizza bites.

Launching the organic, grain-free frozen snack last year, the brand is looking to expand into healthier versions of other nostalgic comfort foods from childhood. “I think it just made sense, especially because I have a 6-year-old daughter,” the actress says.

“I know what it is to look for both of those things, convenience and the nutrition,” she continues. “And it’s kind of a bare bones category. You pass the freezer aisle because you think, ‘Oh, I’m going to find something in there that could be [good] on a rainy day,’ but it’s always just… I can’t. And wouldn’t it be so great to just reach in there and just know that you have this trusted brand that’s delicious, and doesn’t make you feel terrible?”

The Black Widow star coparents Rose with ex-husband Romain Dauriac, 39, to whom she was married from 2014 to 2017. She recently married Saturday Night Live star Colin Jost in an intimate ceremony in October.

Johansson says she recently spent one of her own snow days with Jost and her daughter watching the 1997 family movie Home Alone 3, in which she made one of her first onscreen appearances at age 11.

After Rose fell in love with the first two Christmas classics starring Macaulay Culkin, Johansson reluctantly showed her the third installment—but she didn’t tell Rose about the personal connection.

“I just wanted her to make the discovery,” she recounts with a laugh. “Of course, she didn’t because how can an 11-year-old me remind her of me now? And I said, ‘Who’s that person?!’ She was like, ‘You?'”

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The promo for Black Widow is starting up again and Scarlett has a new magazine cover for Best Movie – April 2021 and it share’s it with Emma Stone’s Cruella. There is no new photos for Black Widow in it but it has a little interview and you can find them all in the gallery now.

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Last night was the Muahs Awards 2021 and Scarlett made a virtual appearance presenting the award to Terry Baliel for the Lifetime Achievement Award for Hair. You can watch the little video below and screen caps are up in the gallery.

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Borgia

Character: Lucrezia Borgia
Director: Neil Jordan
Writer: Neil Jordan
Producer: Robert Zemeckis
Genre: Drama

Plot Summary:
Neil Jordan has written a script filled with betrayal, backstabbing and murder, within a family that aspired to be the most powerful clan of the Renaissance.
In 1492, the Pope dies and Cardinal Rodrigo Borgia emerges as the top contender to head the Vatican, despite a litter of illegitimate children. When he gets the papal throne, Rodrigo moves to consolidate his power thereby empowering and alienating various members of his family.

Johansson will play Rodrigo’s daughter Lucrezia Borgia, who’s torn between her family duties and a desire to find true love. Colin Farrell will play Rodrigo’s youngest sun Cesare, a duplicitous and manipulative sibling who considers himself his sister’s closest confidante.

Status:
This project has been a passion of Jordan’s for years. He nearly had the film ready to go in 2002 with Ewan McGregor and Christina Ricci, but the collapse of the Neuer Markt that enabled such international productions left his film short of cash and he moved on.

Now, though, it’s fallen apart again: in February 2006 Jordan himself has pulled out of the movie, “having concluded that he could not make it work with the proposed budget and logistics.” Jordan will head off to Hollywood to direct Terrence Howard and Jodie Foster in The Brave One instead.

Forget About It

Character: n/a
Writers: Elizabeth Kruger, Craig Shapiro
Studio: New Line Cinema
Producers: Tom Lassally, Kendall Morgan, Melanie Johansson
Executive Producers: Robyn Meisinger, Bo Hyde
Genre: Romantic Comedy

Plot Summary:
A woman fakes amnesia in order to avoid her life’s responsibilities and discoves it’s the most empowering thing she’s ever done.

Status:
February 25, 2005: New Line Cinema has bought Caprice Crane’s unpublished manuscript. Scarlett Johansson is to star in it.

A View From The Bridge

Character: Catherine
Director: Barry Levinson
Writer: Andrew Bovell, Arthur Miller (play)
Co-Stars: Anthony LaPaglia (Eddie Carbone), Frances McDormand (Beatrice)
Genre: Drama

Plot Summary:
Brooklyn longshoreman Eddie’s infatuation with his niece places a strain on his marriage and goes on to create a scandal within the family when the teenager falls for a cousin from Sicily. A View From The Bridge is a dramatic study of the tension at work within New York’s working-class Italian community and is generally regarded as one of Miller’s three key plays.

Status:
February 16, 2005: Variety reports the upcoming production. Producers say they will keep it in its original period and shoot it in Red Hook, Brooklyn, which still looks remarkably the same as it did in the 1950s.

Silent Star

Character: Mary Miles Minter
Director: Kimberly Pierce
Writer: Kimberly Pierce
Co-Stars: Larry Gross
Studio: Columbia Pictures
Genre: Drama

Plot Summary:
A former actor, Taylor became a director at Paramount, helming Mary Pickford in Johanna Enlists and the teenage beauty Mary Miles Minter in Jenny Be Good. In 1917 he became president of the Motion Picture Directors Association; by 1922 Paramount had made him head of his own production unit. On the night of Feb. 2, 1922, Taylor was found dead in his mansion. Rumors flew about the killer’s identity and motive – most of the rumors centered on Taylor’s lovers, including Minter and Mabel Normand. Neither were formal suspects but both allegedly saw Taylor shortly before his death.

Status:
July 19, 2004: Production Weekly reports that Scarlett will star in this film.

Mission: Impossible III

Character: Lindsey Ferris
Director: J.J. Abrams
Writer: Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, etc.
Co-Stars: Tom Cruise, Carrie-Anne Moss
Studio: Paramount Pictures, Cruise/Wagner Productions
Genre: Action, Adventure

Plot Summary:
Super-spy Ethan Hunt has retired from active duty to train new IMF agents. But he is called back into action to confront the toughest villain he’s ever faced – Owen Davian, an arms dealer with no remorse or conscience. Hunt assembles his team – his old friend Luther Strickell, transportation expert Declan, background operative Zhen, and new recruit Lindsey – to travel the globe pursuing Davian and rescue Hunt’s love, Julia.

Status
April 28, 2004: Variety reports that Scarlett will star in this film.
May 6, 2005: After a series of delays and script changes, Scarlett pulled out of the film. Johansson’s rep said the actress had to move onto other obligations, including Scoop. Also opting out of Mission: Impossible III was Matrix star Carrie-Anne Moss, who reportedly shared Johansson’s concerns about changes in the script and production delays. The role of Lindsey went to Keri Russell instead.

Others

• Was originally part of the cast for Thumbsucker (2005). But shortly before shooting was supposed to start (in mid-2002), finances fell through. Scarlett went on shooting The Perfect Score, Lost in Translation and Girl with a Pearl Earring. The film was made after all, but with different cast. Rebecca Crane was then played by Kelli Carner and main character Justin Cobb by Lou Taylor Pucci (instead of Elijah Wood). Other original cast members in the final version include Keanu Reeves and Tilda Swinton.

• Auditioned for The Parent Trap (1998). The role went to Lindsay Lohan instead.

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Scarlett Johansson has starred in the following music videos:

‘What Goes Around…’ by Justin Timberlake (2007)
‘When the Deal Goes Down’ by Bob Dylan (2006)
‘Everything’ by Fefe Dobson (The Perfect Score related, 2004)
‘Girl With A Pearl’ by Truman (Girl With A Pearl Earring related, 2003)
‘City Girl’ by Kevin Shields (Lost In Translation related, 2003)

What Goes Around … Comes Around by Justin Timberlake
Writer: Nick Cassavetes
Director: Samuel Bayer
Filmed: December 2006

The video for Justin Timberlake’s What Goes Around … Comes Around was filmed late December 2006 in Los Angeles. It was written by Nick Cassavetes and directed by Samuel Bayer. It stars Scarlett Johansson, Justin Timberlake and Shawn Hatosy. The 9.20 minute Director’s Cut of the video premiered online on 9th February 2007 and the official version debuted on TV during the Grammy Awards pre-show coverage on MTV on 11th February 2007.

The video sees Scarlett as a woman who works at a club as a dancer. She meets Justin’s character and the attraction is immediate and mutual. They start a passionate affair and the man falls head over heels for her and is ready to give her his name… Until she cheats on him with his friend. After a car chase sequence Scarlett’s character is killed in an accident and she leaves behind a mourning Timberlake.

• View images and download the video.

When the Deal Goes Down by Bob Dylan
Director: Bennet Miller
Filmed: July 2006

The video for Bob Dylan’s When the Deal Goes Down was filmed late July 2006 in New York City. It was directed by Bennet Miller and it stars Scarlett Johansson, who has never looked more radiant.

The video sees Johansson’s character in pastiche of home movie footage of her traveling around the US as her lover takes 8mm home movies of her. The video has a lovely, dreamy quality to it. It is considered a favorite among Scarlett fans.

• View images and download the video.

Girl With A Pearl by Truman
Director: Meiert Avis
Filmed: 2004

The video for Truman’s Girl With A Pearl was filmed sometime in 2004. It was directed by Meiert Avis and it stars Scarlett Johansson, as 21st-century girl inspired by 17th-century Dutch art.

For Scarlett Johansson’s 2004 film Girl With A Pearl Earring she appeared in the music video by Truman, the song, however, is nowhere to be found in the movie or in the score. The song was used as a marketing scheme, “It seemed like a great way to bring a youthful demographic to what is essentially an art-house film,” said Lions Gate. Studio exec Michael Burn who received a CD of Truman’s music from friends and asked him to contribute a track. Truman had already penned ”Pearl,” having been inspired by the novel on which the movie is based. Johansson liked the song so much, she agreed to be in the video.

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Scarlett Johansson has always been a lover of music. She beautifully performed “Brass in Pocket” as Charlotte for Lost in Translation and recorded the jazz classic “Summertime” for Unexpected Dreams: Songs from the Stars. In October 2006 Scarlett announced plans to record Anywhere I Lay My Head, whole album of songs by Tom Waits, one of the premier singer-songwriters in the business and one of her favorite artists. It was released May 20, 2008 via Atco/Rhino. She surprised everyone by announcing in 2009 the releasing of Break Up, an album of duets with friend, singer and composer Pete Yorn. The album had been recorded back in 2006 before Anywhere I Lay My Head but it was kept by them as a small project between friends.

Break Up, by Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson

A truly one-of-a-kind album, Break Up brings together critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Pete Yorn and the multi-talented Scarlett Johansson. In this deeply emotive yet hook-filled song cycle, Yorn and Johansson reenact the tempestuous course of a love affair on the rocks in captivating detail. The album contains eight original compositions by Yorn, ranging in tone from the lilting opener “Relator” to the disarming, retro/futuristic “I Don’t Know What to Do” to the climactic “Someday.” Completing the collection is a powerful interpretation of the art-rock classic “I Am the Cosmos” by the late Chris Bell, co-founder of the quintessential cult band Big Star.

The album had its genesis in the aftermath of—you guessed it—a breakup. The time was 2006, and Yorn was in a state of acute emotional distress. As he prepared to go out on a headlining tour behind his third studio album, Nightcrawler, he found himself in the throes of a brutal bout of insomnia. After not being able to sleep for a week, he finally dozed off, only to wake with a start just minutes later. What had awakened him was a dream. “I sat up in bed, and the whole thing was in my head, fully formed,” Yorn says, sounding as if he still doesn’t quite believe it. “I suddenly felt like I really needed to make a record in the style of Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot. Not that it had to sound like that, but it had to be a guy-and-girl conceptual thing. So then I asked myself, ‘Who’s Brigitte Bardot today? It’s Scarlett Johansson.’”

Revitalized by his concept and thrilled by the prospect of bringing it to life, Yorn gave Johansson a call. Intrigued by his out-of-the-blue invitation, she decided to go for it. ”Pete told me that he’d had a dream that we recorded an album together,” she recalls, “and with that momentum, he had written eight songs that he’d wanted to record pretty low-key. I’ve always loved Pete’s voice and have been friends with him for some time. It sounded like an interesting little adventure. He used the Serge and Brigitte recordings as reference for the ambiance he was trying to capture. He liked the idea of two people vocalizing their relationship through duets.”

In a flash, Yorn had worked up a dedicated batch of songs and reworked others that had called out to him in the context of the concept. He then called upon his cousin, Max Goldblatt, a bright, talented guy nine years his junior. A “renaissance man,” in Yorn’s words, Goldblatt had become an invaluable part of the artist’s musical and personal life, doing everything from manning the merch table and shooting video footage during tours to acting as an insightful sounding board for song ideas. They had wanted to work on a project together, and this one, so close to home in an emotional sense, provided the perfect opportunity. Goldblatt then suggested they bring in Sunny Levine, an emerging artist and producer (you’ll want to seek out his 2005 debut album, Love Rhino), who was full of inventively offbeat sonic ideas. Levine comes by his considerable chops naturally—his father is producer Stewart Levine; his grandfather is Quincy Jones.

In Levine’s garage studio, the three collaborators worked up the tracks around Yorn’s vocals and acoustic guitar, with Levine creating the beats and treating the sounds until they were exotic and sometimes otherworldly, but unfailingly accessible. They brought in guitarist Robert Francis (who’d been mentored on the slide by Ry Cooder), bassist Giuseppe Patane and violinist Amir Yaghmai for the particular flavors they could bring, and the tracks grew organically. Finally, they were ready for Johansson.

When she arrived at the studio, Johansson learned the songs “on the fly,” Yorn marvels. “I just played them for her on the acoustic, and we went for it. Scarlett is a quick study.”

“I didn’t really think about the songs at the time of recording,” Johansson acknowledges. “I was so focused on getting the harmonies solid and singing with the right intention that I didn’t have the perspective to see the album as a whole. It wasn’t until after the production was completed that I could hear what Pete and I sounded like together and how catchy and whimsical the songs were.”

“I’ve loved the album ever since I heard it completed,” she continues. “I like to listen to it from beginning to end, because it’s brief and all sweetly wrapped up. It perfectly captured where I was in my life at that time—a sort of cosmic coincidence. I never thought that anyone else would ever hear the album; I always thought of it as just a small project between friends.”

Predating Johansson’s debut album by nearly two years; Break Up was conceived and recorded in 2006. “When I went off to record Anywhere I Lay My Head,” explains Johansson, “it was such a completely different experience, a different sound and wildly different material that I couldn’t really use the recording of Break Up as a point of reference. When we recorded Break Up, I sang to compliment Pete’s voice and to be the female counterpart of a duo whereas when recording the solo album, I was covering Waits tracks and never much cared how rough I sounded; I wanted to get the point across of how I felt when I read his lyrics.”

It’s precisely the intimacy and immediacy of this “small project between friends” that makes Break Up seem so real, and sound so magical. Whether listened to individually or in the intended sequence, these songs and performances are utterly timeless and universally relatable . . . at least to anyone who’s ever fallen in—or out—of love.

Tracklisting:

1. “Relator”
2. “Wear and Tear”
3. “I Don’t Know What To Do”
4. “Search Your Heart”
5. “Blackie’s Dead”
6. “I Am The Cosmos”
7. “Clean”
8. “Shampoo”
9. “Someday”

He’s Just Not That Into You – Soundtrack

Scarlett contributed to one of the tracks, called “Last Goodbye” (a cover of the Jeff Buckley song) on the original motion picture soundtrack for He’s Just Not That Into You.  Scarlett’s character in the movie, Anna, was a struggling singer.

You can listen to the sample on Barnes & Noble.com.

Tracklisting:

1. “I’d Like To” – Corinne Bailey Rae
2. “I’m Amazed” – My Morning Jacket
3. “Don’t You Want Me” – Human League
4. “Supernatural Superserious” – R.E.M.
5. “Madly” – Tristan Prettyman
6. “This Must Be The Place” – Talking Heads
7. “By Your Side” – Black Crows
8. “I Must Be High” – Wilco
9. “You Make It Real” – James Morrison
10. “If I Never See Your Face Again” – Maroon 5
11. “Can’t Hardly Wait” – The Replacements
12. “Fruit Machine” – Ting Tings
13. “Smile” – Lilly Allen
14. “Somewhere Only We Know” – Keane
15. “Love, Save The Empty” – Erin McCarley
16. “Friday I’m In Love” – Cure
17. “Last Goodbye” – Scarlett Johansson

Anywhere I Lay My Head

The album, entitled Anywhere I Lay My Head includes 10 Tom Waits covers and one original, “Song for Jo”, composed by Scarlett and TV On The Radio’s Dave Sitek. Anywhere I Lay My Head will be released on Rhino Records’ Atco label on May 20, 2008. Johansson, who has been singing since she was little but doesn’t consider herself a songwriter, was offered a record deal a while back – but delayed recording until she could come up with the right songs to cover. She had originally planned to record an album of standards, then changed her mind after adding “I Never Talk to Strangers” to her repertoire. “I wanted to do ‘Never Talk To Strangers’, a duet between Bette Midler and Tom Waits,” she said. “People were like, ‘You’re going to do a Tom Waits song with a bunch of Cole Porter songs? That’s kind of strange.’ It turned into ‘Hmm, maybe a few more Tom Waits songs. Actually, I’ll do a whole album of Tom Waits songs.'”

Scarlett spent 33 days in Maurice in May-June 2007 recording her debut CD at Dockside Studio. Owned by Steve and Wish Nails, Dockside is a 12-acre recording complex hidden along the Vermilion River. Scarlett worked from 6 PM to 6 AM daily in the studio with producer Sitek. Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Celebration also performed on the recordings, which Steve Nails describes as cinematic rock. “It’s like theater, big screen,” said Nails, who sat in on all the sessions. “Lots of heavy bass tones in it. Without a bass guitar, we used all kind of different instruments to create these sounds. It was a great experiment. Very avant garde.” Sitek comparted Johansson’s baritone voice to Debbie Harry while Nails commented that she sounds like Marilyn Monroe.

Days before recording began, Johansson found herself sitting next to David Bowie at a party – Bowie also co-starred with her in The Prestige but they shared no scenes together. “He said, ‘Hey, I hear you’re working with Dave Sitek,'” Scarlett says. “I said, ‘Yeah, I’m super excited.’ In my mind I was thinking ‘If you get a chance come down to Louisiana, we’ll be down there for five weeks.’” Bowie never made it down, but while Scarlett was filming Vicky Cristina Barcelona in Spain Sitek called her to say Bowie had just dropped by during mixing and cut vocals for “Falling Down” and “Fannin’ Street.” “It was the best phone call I ever got,” Scarlett says.

No live shows are planned to support the record, but Johansson hopes that will change. “It would be sad to not get everybody together, whether it’s at a festival or somewhere fun,” she says. “I think to be in a environment that’s user friendly and get everybody together and do some of the songs live would be great. There are no plans now, but it would be a shame not to.”

Scarlett says that musician friends in high school brought Tom Waits’ music to her attention, and she remains an avid fan. “I’ve always considered Tom Waits to be kind of a composer of modern standards; he has a lot of beautiful ballads and really heartbreaking songs.” What does Waits himself think of the record? “I’ve heard through friends that he’s very pleased with it and excited about it,” Johansson says. “I didn’t want to go into it without his blessing. I sent him some of the early, early recordings that we did and he was like ‘Go ahead, go forth with it.'”

Tracklisting:

1. “Fawn”
2. “Town With No Cheer”
3. “Falling Down”
4. “Anywhere I Lay My Head”
5. “Fannin’ Street”
6. “Song for Jo”
7. “Green Grass”
8. “I Wish I Was in New Orleans”
9. “I Don’t Want to Grow Up”
10. “No One Knows I’m Gone”
11. “Who Are You?”

Unexpected Dreams: Songs from the Stars

Scarlett Johansson was announced in January 2006 to participate in Unexpected Dreams: Songs from the Stars. Accompanied by Los Angeles Philharmonic, Scarlett sang the classic “Summertime” by George and Ira Gershwin. The album was released April 25 2006, and benefits went to Music Matters, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s fund for music education.
Tracklisting:

1. Scarlett Johansson – “Summertime” (George & Ira Gershwin)
2. Ewan McGregor – “The Sweetest Gift” (Sade)
3. Taraji P. Henson – “In My Daughter’s Eyes” (James T. Slater)
4. Jennifer Garner – “My Heart Is So Full of You” (Frank Loesser)
5. Jeremy Irons – “To Make You Feel My Love” (Bob Dylan)
6. John Stamos – “Goodnight My Angel” (Billy Joel)
7. Lucy Lawless – “Little Child” (Eric Vetro/Alan Rich)
8. Marissa Jaret Winokur – “The Wish Song” (Eric Vetro/Steven Shore)
9. Eric McCormack – “The Greatest Discovery” (Elton John/Bernie Taupin)
10. Victor Garber – “No One Is Alone” (Stephen Sondheim)
11. Julia Louis-Dreyfus – “The Nightshift” (Brad Hall)
12. Nia Vardalos – “Golden Slumbers” (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
13. John C. Reilly – “Lullaby In Ragtime” (Sylvia Fine)
14. Teri Hatcher – “Goodnight” (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)

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Tony Theatre Awards
Year Category Play Win/Nominated
2010 Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Play A View From The Bridge WON
BAFTA Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Lost in Translation WON
2004 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Girl with a Pearl Earring Nominated
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
1999 Favorite Supporting Actress – Drama/Romance The Horse Whisperer Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2003 Best Actress Lost in Translation WON
British Independent Film Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Best Actress Girl with a Pearl Earring Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Best Supporting Actress Lost in Translation Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2006 Best Supporting Actress Match Point Nominated
2004 Best Actress Lost in Translation Nominated
1999 Most Promising Actress The Horse Whisperer Nominated
Chlotrudis Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Best Actress Lost in Translation Nominated
2002 Best Supporting Actress Ghost World WON
Golden Globes Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2006 Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture Match Point Nominated
2005 Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama A Love Song for Bobby Long Nominated
2004 Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Girl with a Pearl Earring Nominated
2004 Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Lost in Translation Nominated
Hasty Pudding Theatricals
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2007 Woman of the Year WON
Hollywood Film Festival
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2003 Breakthrough Acting – Female WON
IFTA Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Best International Actress Lost in Translation Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
1997 Best Female Lead Manny & Lo Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 New Generation Award WON
MTV Movie Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Breakthrough Female Performance Lost in Translation Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Best Actress Lost in Translation Nominated
2002 Best Supporting Actress Ghost World Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Rising Star Award ?
People’s Choice Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2007 Favorite Leading Lady Nominated
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Girl with a Pearl Earring Nominated
2004 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Lost in Translation Nominated
2004 Breakout Performance – On Screen Lost in Translation Nominated
Sant Jordi Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2005 Best Foreign Actress Lost in Translation / Girl with a Pearl Earring WON
Satellite Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2004 Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical Lost in Translation Nominated
Teen Choice Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2008 Choice Movie Actress The Other Boleyn Girl Nominated
2007 Choice Movie Actress The Prestige /The Black Dahlia Nominated
2005 Choice Movie Actress: Drama In Good Company Nominated
2004 Choice Breakout Movie Star – Female The Perfect Score /Lost in Translation Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2001 Best Supporting Performance, Female Ghost World WON
Venice Film Festival
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2003 Best Actress Lost in Translation WON
Young Artist Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
2002 Best Ensemble in a Feature Film An American Rhapsody WON
2002 Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress An American Rhapsody WON
1999 Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress The Horse Whisperer Nominated
YoungStar Awards
Year Category Movie Win/Nominated
1998 Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Film The Horse Whisperer Won
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Designing

Scarlett ?s Reebok (2007)

Advertising

Mango (2009 – 2010)
Dolce & Gabanna: The Make-up 09 Campaign (2009 – 2010)
Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 07/08 Campaign (2007)
Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 07 Campaign (2007)
• Mt Rainier (2006)
RED Campaign (2006)
L’Oreal Campaigns (2006)
Louis Vuitton Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 04/05 Campaign (2004)
Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 04/05 Campaign (2004)
• GAP Summer 02 Campaign (2002)

TV Series

• ‘Saturday Night Live’ – Season 32 Episode 18 (2007)
• ‘Saturday Night Live’ – Season 31 Episode 10 (2006)
• ‘Robot Chicken’ (voice) – Season 1 Episodes 5 & 7 (2005)
• ‘Entourage‘ – Season 1 Episode 8 (2004)

Theater

• 24 Hours Benefit Plays (concerning September 11, 2001)
• Off-Broadway play ‘Sophistry’ with Ethan Hawke for Playwrights Horizons (1992)
• Broadway debut in ‘A View From The Bridge’ with Liev Schreiber (2009-2010)

Audio Books

• ‘The Dive from Clausen’s Pier‘ by Ann Packer (2002)

Script Reading

• ‘Fingered’ …. Tiffany and various (March 11, 1997)
• ‘White Noise’ …. Steffie (October 15, 1996)
• ‘Too Tired to Die’ …. Lily (January 17, 1995)

Other

• Sang Just Like Honey with The Jesus and Mary Chain at Coachella (2007)
• ‘Where Dreams Come True’ Disney Park campaign (2007)
• ‘Ham Lake’ trailer (2006)
• Catwalk modeled for Imitation of Christ at the Olympus Fashion Week (2005)
• Hosted a show for the burlesque group The Pussycat Dolls (2004)
• Opened the Cynthia Rowley show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week by singing songs (2003)

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Current and Upcoming Projects
Year Title Playing Info
2021 (completed) Sing 2
Ash (voice) Here
2021 (completed)
Black Widow
Natasha Romanov / Black Widow Here
Filmography
Year Title Playing Info
2019 Jojo Rabbit Rosie Here
2019 Marriage Story Nicole Barber Here
2019 Avengers: Endgame Natasha Romanov / Black Widow Here
2019 Captain Marvel Natasha Romanov / Black Widow Here
2018 Avengers: Infinity War Natasha Romanov / Black Widow Here
2018 Isle of Dogs Nutmeg (voice) Here
2017 Rough Night Jess Here
2017 Ghost In The Shell Major Here
2016 Sing Ash (voice) Here
2016 Captain America: Civil War Natasha Romanov / Black Widow Here
2016 The Jungle Book Kaa (Voice) Here
2016 Hail, Caesar! DeeAnna Moran Here
2015 The Avengers: Age Of Ultron Natasha Romanov / Black Widow Here
2014 Lucy Lucy Here
2014 Chef Molly Here
2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier Natasha Romanov / Black Widow Here
2013 Under The Skin Laura Here
2013 Don Jon Barbara Sugarman Here
2013 Hitchcock Janet Leigh Here
2012 The Avengers Natasha Romanov / Black Widow Here
2011 We Bought A Zoo Kelly Foster Here
2010 Iron Man 2 Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow Here
2009 He’s Just Not That Into You Anna Marcks Here
2008 The Spirit Silken Floss Here
2008 These Vagabond Shoes (shortfilm) Director & Writer Here
2008 Vicky Cristina Barcelona Cristina Here
2008 The Other Boleyn Girl Mary Boleyn Here
2007 The Nanny Diaries Annie Braddock Here
2006 The Prestige Olivia Wenscombe Here
2006 The Black Dahlia Kay Lake Here
2006 Scoop Sondra Pransky Here
2005 The Island Jordan Two Delta/Sarah Jordan Here
2005 Match Point Nola Rice Here
2004 In Good Company Alex Foreman Here
2004 SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Mindy Here
2004 A Good Woman Meg Windermere Here
2004 A Love Song for Bobby Long Pursy Will Here
2004 The Perfect Score Francesca Curtis Here
2003 Girl with a Pearl Earring Griet Here
2003 Lost in Translation Charlotte Here
2002 Eight Legged Freaks Ashley Parker Here
2001 An American Rhapsody Zsuzsi/Suzanne Sandor Here
2001 Ghost World Rebecca Here
2001 The Man Who Wasn’t There Rachel ‘Birdy’ Abundas Here
1999 My Brother the Pig Kathy Caldwell Here
1998 The Horse Whisperer Grace MacLean Here
1997 Home Alone 3 Molly Here
1997 Fall Little Girl Here
1996 Manny & Lo Amanda Here
1996 If Lucy Fell Emily Here
1995 Just Cause Kate Armstrong Here
1994 North Laura Nelson Here
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Detailed information on the career of Scarlett Johansson

Filmography
Scarlett’s movies and detailed information on each one of them.

Singing
A look at Scarlett’s rising star as a musician.

Music Videos
She has starred in several music videos – find out more here.

Other Projects
From modeling to audio books, Johansson’s done it all!

Awards & Nominations
A list of the accolades that she has won or was nominated for during the years.

Rumored Projects
Scarlett has been attached to or rumored to star in several projects in the past.

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As you can all see we have a new layout up on Scarlett Johansson Fan on both the main and gallery and was done for when Black Widow promo would have been out this month but now we no that will be in late June time, but I love the look and we at last be working on doing all her projects in the coming weeks.

I would like to say thanks to Cherry Gem Design for doing this just beautiful look on both the main site and the gallery using Scarlett’s Black Widow promos/movie stills.

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After close to a year with no new footage from Black Widow Marvel has at long last released a new Trailer for the new date July 09th and it comes with lot’s of new content and we got to see little Nat at last as well. I can not wait to see this movie at long long LONGGGGGG last.

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Last night Scarlett made her special guest appearance on RuPaul’s Drag Race season 13 episode Henny, I Shrunk The Drag Queens!. Scarlett was only on the show over video link as with world issues she could not be there in person, The queens had to put on a little green screen film and scarlett came in to give them so advice on how to do that and how to make your self stand out no matter how big or small your part is. And as a little treat we got a little cameo from Colin asking if it was going to be called “Size Queens” and that had them all in hysterics. You can find HQ Screen Captures in the gallery and a little video from the episode below.

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Metro
Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh both came down with pneumonia, but pushed through filming on set of Black Widow. The latest Marvel movie is scheduled for release later this year, starring Scarlett, 36, back in action as her Avengers character Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow and Florence, 25, as Yelena Belova – who is like a sister-figure to Natasha. Production wrapped on the film last year, with filming taking place in London, Norway, Morocco, Atlanta and Budapest, but the movie’s director Cate Shortland has now revealed that Black Widow’s leading stars both fell ill. Scarlett and Florence came down with pneumonia on set but pushed through with filming despite being unwell.

‘It was like being in the army,’ filmmaker Cate told The Gentlewoman, as she touched on the intense schedule production brought with it. Cate also opened up about what it was like to work with Scarlett and how the actress had pushed her to create a standalone Black Widow film that meant something.

‘She’s completely unpretentious,’ Cate said of Scarlett. ‘And that makes her really fun to be around. She’ll be joking with the best boy or the runner, there’s no hierarchy. She appreciates people and makes people feel appreciated.’ Cate continued: ‘[Scarlett] really pushed to make something that wasn’t flimsy or superficial. She wanted to make something that meant a lot to young people and to women. ‘She knew it was possibly her last film as Black Widow – she didn’t want to leave Marvel making a feel-good movie.’

Black Widow will pick up from the event of Captain America: Civil War and will follow Scarlett’s character Natasha as she confronts her past and broken relationships she left behind to become an Avenger. The movie also stars Stranger Things actor David Harbour, Rachel Weisz and will see Robert Downey Jr feature as Tony Stark. Since last year, Black Widow has faced multiple pushbacks due to the coronavirus pandemic, with Disney now announcing that its release date has been scheduled for July 2021.

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The next movie that I have replace out previous DVD DVD Screen Captures today is her 1998 and first mainstream staring movie The Horse Whisperer. Scarlett plays Grace MacLean a little girl who getting into a horse accident that kills her best friend, takes her leg and hurts her horse badly and rightfully so she is traumatised from it and wants nothing to do with her horse any more, But with her mom (Kristin Scott Thomas) making her and the help of Tom Booker (Robert Redford who was the Director as) she learns to love again and come to terms with what happened to them both. It’s a very heartfelt movie and show’s from a young age Scarlett would become the star she is today and it had me crying my eyes out to. More movies to come soon with us jumping to 2001 time.

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Some Months ago it was reported that Scarlett would be a guest on the new season of and they played a preview for next week’s all new episode and Scarlett is in it and you can watch it below and check back next week for all the updates from the episode.

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W Magazine – Scarlett Johansson’s 30-year career is a testament to the fact that she has the range. But recent years have brought plenty of criticism that the 36-year-old can go too far—though, as Johansson again made clear in a new interview with the Gentlewoman, she has no regrets. It all started with Ghost in the Shell, a 2017 manga series that arguably should have starred a Japanese actor. (Johansson defended her decision, asserting she “would never want to feel like [she] was playing a character that was offensive.”) The outcry over Johansson’s next role, as a transgender massage parlor owner, was even more extreme, to the point that Johansson eventually stepped away from the film—but not before defending herself first.

“You know, as an actor I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job and the requirements of my job,” she infamously told the magazine As If. And, unlike stars such as Timothée Chalamet and Kate Winslet, she’s staunchly stood by Woody Allen. “I love Woody. I believe him, and I would work with him anytime,” she told the Hollywood Reporter in 2019, referring to the well-documented allegations of his sexual misconduct. “It’s hard because it’s a time where people are very fired up, and understandably.”

At this point, one has to wonder if Johansson is actually drawn to controversy. And according to her interview with the Gentlewoman, the answer is yes. “Yeah, I’ve made a career out of it,” she said. “I’m going to have opinions about things, because that’s just who I am.” At the same time, she continued, “I mean, everyone has a hard time admitting when they’re wrong about stuff, and for all of that to come out publicly, it can be embarrassing. To have the experience of, Wow, I was really off mark there, or I wasn’t looking at the big picture, or I was inconsiderate. I’m also a person.”

“I can be reactive,” Johansson continued. “I can be impatient. That doesn’t mix that great with self-awareness.” Hence why she’s been trying to learn how to recognize “when it’s not your turn to speak.”

Still, Johansson doesn’t really sweat it. “I don’t think actors have obligations to have a public role in society,” she said. “Some people want to, but the idea that you’re obligated to because you’re in the public eye is unfair. You didn’t choose to be a politician, you’re an actor. Your job is to reflect our experience to ourselves; your job is to be a mirror for an audience, to be able to have an empathetic experience through art.” Her goal is for the audience to “see pieces of themselves, or are able to connect with themselves through this experience of watching this performance or story or interaction between actors or whatever it is.” And “that,” she asserted, is her job. “The other stuff is not.”

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Black Widow has been moved again this time to July 9th but now it will be both in cinemas and Disney+.

LA Times – The Walt Disney Co. has set a new opening date — July 9 — for its much-anticipated Marvel Studios film “Black Widow.” The feature will be released simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+ for an additional fee, the company said Tuesday.

Disney’s “Cruella” will be released May 28, also in theaters and through the Disney+ Premier Access strategy, which charges a $30 fee for new movies. Pixar’s “Luca” will go directly to Disney+ on June 18 for no additional charge.

The decision has been the subject of will-they-won’t-they speculation in Hollywood as theaters reopen in major cities in hopes that the return of blockbusters will draw filmgoers back to the big screen. Movie houses in the greater Los Angeles area reopened last week, following the return of cinemas in New York City.

Theater companies were hoping Disney would stick with its previously planned May 7 release date for “Black Widow.” The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines has boosted optimism among some analysts that audiences will start to come back to theaters when there are major Hollywood movies to see.

But continued concerns over the spread of the coronavirus and capacity limitations on theaters are still giving studios pause when it comes to their largest productions. Blockbusters depend on wide theatrical releases to become profitable.

“Today’s announcement reflects our focus on providing consumer choice and serving the evolving preferences of audiences,” Kareem Daniel, chairman of Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution, said in a statement. “By leveraging a flexible distribution strategy in a dynamic marketplace that is beginning to recover from the global pandemic, we will continue to employ the best options to deliver The Walt Disney Company’s unparalleled storytelling to fans and families around the world.”

With an estimated budget of more than $200 million, “Black Widow” certainly qualifies as a big Hollywood movie. Though films such as “Tom & Jerry” and “The Marksman” have come out during the COVID-19 pandemic, , most big-budget films have been pushed back.

The release date for the Scarlett Johansson superhero spy thriller has been delayed by roughly a year because of the pandemic, which kept indoor theaters closed for the bulk of the last 12 months. Its most recent postponement was in September, when Disney moved it to May 7 from Nov. 6 amid continued concerns about the coronavirus’ spread.

Disney’s announcement comes just after the British movie theater company Cineworld said that Regal Cinemas — the second largest U.S. chain — will reopen its doors starting in early April. The phased reopening begins with “a limited number of cinemas” opening for Warner Bros.’ “Godzilla vs. Kong” on April 2 and will expand with “Mortal Kombat” on April 16. Both movies go to HBO Max the same day they hit theaters.

Cineworld also said Tuesday that it had reached an agreement with Warner Bros. that will return the Burbank-based studio to the model of exclusive windows for theaters in 2022. Starting next year, Warner Bros. will release movies in theaters for 45 days before they can be released to the home through premium rentals.

The standard theatrical widow for new movies before the pandemic averaged about 90 days; attempts to close that gap were long resisted by theaters. But pandemic closures accelerated studios’ attempts to experiment with different models.

Universal previously reached similar agreements with AMC Theatres and Cinemark, the nation’s No. 1 and No. 3 chains, respectively. Under the deals, Universal movies can go to premium video on demand after 17 days. With Cinemark, the window lengthens to 31 days for movies that gross more than $50 million in an opening weekend.

Disney has pursued a three-pronged approach to releasing movies during the public health crisis. The entertainment giant sent “Hamilton” and “Soul” straight to Disney+ while theaters were hobbled. With “Mulan” and “Raya and the Last Dragon,” the company put the films on Disney+ through its Premier Access strategy. For other big movies, Disney has chosen to push back opening dates until a theatrical release is more likely to succeed.

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Black Widow promo is starting again and Scarlett at last has her first magazine cover and photoshoot of the year with The Gentlewoman Magazine – Spring 2021. It’s a amazing photoshoot and how good does she look with long hair like this and a very good interview as well. You can pre-order the magazine HERE for £8 + Shipping but please note shipping is a lot right now. You can view the photos in the gallery and read some of the interview below, please click the link to read the full one.

The Gentle Woman – Back in the leather catsuit for the eighth time in May, Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson’s sassy Marvel character, has her own film at last. Over 30 years in show business, the 36-year-old actor has soared steadily from indie darling to box office draw, and she now has the powers to cast a woman in the director’s chair. It’s Scarlett’s fanatical commitment to outlandish parts that keeps fans coming back for more. And with her own production company, she’s free to make work as rich and as challenging as she is herself.

Hanging behind Scarlett Johansson, who’s at home in New York, is a painting by the artist Lois Dodd, once described as the most famous painter of windows in America. It’s a huge canvas, dominated by a deep purple dusk and a large clapboard house, one celebrated window lit up yellow, looming above Scarlett’s head like an idea. “I was thinking maybe I could frame it so it looks like I’m in the painting,” she says. It’s one of those mid-Zoom thoughts you have as you see yourself, yet again, pinned in the corner of a screen.

Over the past year and its many Zooms, with the surplus of events on one hand and the lack of happening on the other, Scarlett has learned a few things about herself. “Well, I’ve never spent this much time off. Ever. In my entire life.” She widens her eyes behind thick black-framed glasses. “I’ve been working for almost 30 years!”

She’s 36.
“It’s crazy,” she says. “It’s insane. I have a really long white beard that I shaved off just before this.”
You could retire, I suggest.
“It’s not even early retirement,” she says, a little rueful.

From child acting – off-Broadway as a kid, Manny & Lo at 12, The Horse Whisperer at 14 – her career has grown exponentially and irrepressibly, indie to Marvel. She’s not the kind of actor who, having hit the superhero jackpot, slides lazily into a plateau, making one film a year playing an approximation of herself. Instead, she’s somehow retained the status of a character actor with blockbuster effect. Or, as Sofia Coppola, who directed her in Lost in Translation, the film that catapulted her career into the big leagues back in 2003, put it over email, “She’s proven that she can be a bombshell and also a respected actress with depth and strength.”

Over her years enmeshed in the Marvel universe, Scarlett has revealed a mastery of hand-to-hand stunt combat, but she’s also given her character, Natasha Romanoff, the Black Widow, mystery and humour. “What’s really great about her as an actor is she can’t do fake,” says Cate Shortland, the director of Black Widow, Scarlett’s first stand-alone Marvel film, due to be released in May. “There’s no BS; she has to believe it.” Rachel Weisz, her co-star, agrees. “She is extremely talented and hard-working and passionate about her role. She’s a straight shooter, very focused and clear about the story she is telling.”

In return, the Marvel machine has given Scarlett incomprehensible wealth and genuine power. She was the highest-grossing female actor in Hollywood in 2018 and 2019 and now has the heft of a mogul: she can get movies made and hand-pick her directors. (Of the 49 women directors considered for Black Widow, the under-the-radar Cate Shortland made the last three and was then chosen after conversations with Marvel producers and Scarlett, who had liked her previous film, Lore. “It was about that connection,” Shortland says now.)

Though Marvel tends to dominate the landscape, it’s Scarlett’s other roles that reveal her particular elasticity as an actor. She can stretch from a strangely loveable disembodied voice (Her) to a haunting alien killer (Under the Skin), from a synchronised-swimming 1950s movie star (Hail, Caesar!) to a devastated divorcing actor (Marriage Story). She seeks characters that derail preconceptions – particularly those related to her beauty, the kind that has bamboozled male journalists for decades – and brings to them an alchemy of fanatical commitment, off-kilter wit and a sardonic intelligence that often reveals itself in perfect, ironic opposition to the wide-eyed, credulous expression on her face. Over email, the director Noah Baumbach, who wrote the part of Nicole in Marriage Story specifically for Scarlett, recalled moments in the film “where nothing is spoken and her face says everything. It’s that thing when the internal becomes external. And a close-up can be the greatest shot imaginable.”

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Reportdoor – Disney CEO Bob Chapek has insisted that Scarlett Johansson-front superhero movie Black Widow is still on course to make its debut in theatres worldwide. During an investor call on Thursday, Chapek said the company has no plans to send the Marvel Studios project to its streamer Disney Plus, as per Deadline. “We are still intending for it to be a theatrical release. We are going to be watching very carefully to see whether that strategy needs to be revisited,” he said. After Wonder Woman 1984’s Select Release on HBO Max, Marvel Fans Wonder if Black Widow Will Also Follow Suit and Come Out on Disney+

Black Widow, featuring Johansson in her last appearance as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow, was originally scheduled for release in May 2020 but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The film is currently slated to release on May 7 this year. During the pandemic, Disney has made some bold moves to compensate for the closure of movie theatres. It took the decision of sending its big-budget live-action movie “Mulan

” to Disney Plus. Black Widow, Eternals, West Side Story And Other Movies That Have Postponed Their Release Dates!
The studio also sent animated feature “Soul” to the streamer, while another movie “Raya and the Last Dragon” will be debuting simultaneously in theatres and on Disney Plus for an extra USD 30. “Some films we will take theatrically. Some films we will take to Disney Premiere Access. And in some cases, we will take it directly to service (Disney Plus). It’s really about flexibility. We’re going to steer our decision making over time given (the needs) of our subscriber base,” Chapek said.

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E! Online – Colin Jost tells the story of how he first met an “intimidatingly sophisticated” Scarlett Johansson on the set of Saturday Night Live in 2006.

Was it love at first sight for Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson? Sort of.
Instead of experiencing that strike of Cupid’s arrow, the Saturday Night Live star was acutely aware of the actress’ star power and intelligence. He writes in his book A Very Punchable Face: A Memoir that his first impression of his future fiancée was that she was “beautiful, smart, sweet and intimidatingly sophisticated.”

The pair met on the set of SNL in 2006, which happened to be his first year as a sketch writer on the show and her first time hosting. “I got eight sketches on the show my first year, including one cold open and a parody of MTV’s My Super Sweet Sixteen, starring first-time host Scarlett Johansson,” he recalls. “She has just turned 20 and I was 23, but in terms of status and maturing she was here [holds hand above head] and I was here [ holds hand one inch off ground]. She claims that she remembers thinking I was ‘cute,’ but I know what I looked like and that’s not the word I would have used. (‘Shaggy’ would have been generous. ‘Slovenly,’ more accurate).”

He goes on to describe the Avengers: Endgame star as having “a grace and a smile that I’ve still never seen in any other human.”
As for the skit she starred in, he states, “The only line I remember from the sketch is when Scarlett’s bratty character says, ‘This party is literally worse than the Holocaust.’ That was my Shakespearean sonnet for the woman I would one day fall in love with.”

And because of his love for Scarlett, Colin writes that he’s even finding himself wishing he had kids. “I’ve met someone I love and who I feel more comfortable with than I ever have before. I feel more confident committing to what I’m working on and standing by whatever I create, regardless of whether people like it or not,” he shares.

Jost writes that he recognized this desire for kids when he found himself wanting to participate in “human activities,” like birthdays and family gatherings.
He explains, “I’ve even woken up on a Sunday after a show and thought, ‘I would love to be raising a baby right now!’ Which is a far cry from when I used to wake up on a Sunday and think, ‘Can I make it to the bathroom, or should I just puke on this plant?'”

But he also says that he’s not likely to have kids until after he leaves SNL. According to the star, being a writer for the sketch show is “a job for young, single people,” because of the environment. “It’s certainly not a good place to work while you’re raising a family or nurturing a healthy relationship. In terms of ‘family- friendly jobs,’ SNL ranks somewhere between long-haul truck driver and Somali pirate,” the 38-year-old jokes.

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Scarlett has again put her voice to good use supporting the ACLU foundation and the story of Lisa Montgomery who will be executed on the 12th. The video is to give a view of her life and what she had to endure and to get them to stop the death sentence and instead give her life with out parole and the help she needs.

If you would like to find out more information on Lisa click Here, If you would like to Sign this petition you can do so Here.

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deadline – EXCLUSIVE: Season 13 of RuPaul’s Drag Race is ready to ring in the “Ru-year” at 8 tonight, but ahead of the VH1 premiere, Deadline can reveal this season’s roster of guest judges and from A-list superfans and queens of seasons past.

Cynthia Erivo, Nicole Byer, Loni Love, TS Madison and Jamal Sims are slated to join the RuPaul’s Drag Race judges panel this season alongside mainstays Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley, Ross Mathews and, of course, Mama Ru.

In addition, RuPaul’s Drag Race superfans Anne Hathaway and Scarlett Johansson will surprise queens later this season with interactive video masterclasses while Miss Congeniality winners from past seasons Nina West, Valentina and Heidi N Closet will also make guest appearances.

For the first time, VH1 will simulcast the Season 13 premiere of the Emmy-winning reality competition on The CW, MTV, MTV2, PopTV and Logo. As seen in the 10-minute preview, this season will welcome the queens with a shocking twist: They immediately must go head-to-head on the mainstage to defend their place in the competition with six lip syncs for their lives. The aftershow, RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked, will premiere immediately following the season premiere at 9:30 p.m. on VH1.

The 13 queens vying for the ultimate title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar” this season include Denali (Chicago), Elliott with 2 Ts (Las Vegas), Gottmik (Los Angeles), Joey Jay (Phoenix), Kahmora Hall (Chicago), Kandy Muse (New York), LaLa Ri (Atlanta), Olivia Lux (New York), Rosé (New York), Symone (Los Angeles), Tamisha Iman (Atlanta), Tina Burner (New York), and Utica Queen (Minneapolis).

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And moving on with the replacing our previous DVD Screen Captures today I have had to skip a couple of years as I still can not find some of them in HD yet but I found one for her movie Home Alone 3 in 1997 with full 1080p Blu-Ray caps. Scarlett plays Molly Pruitt the sister of the new home alone kid Alex Pruitt played by Alex D. Linz and co-stars Olek Krupa, Rya Kihlstedt, Lenny von Dohlen, David Thornton & Haviland Morris. I will be adding more movies soon.

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Next on the replacing our previous DVD Screen Captures today is Scarlett’s second movie she did Just Cause in 1995 with full 1080p Blu-Ray one caps. Scarlett plays Katie Armstrong the granddaughter of the main character Paul Armstrong played by the late Sean Connery and stars as well Laurence Fishburne, Kate Capshaw, Blair Underwood and Ed Harris.

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Last year I started the post’s replacing our previous DVD Screen Captures of Scarlett from some of her past movies in the gallery to full 1080p Blu-Ray one’s. And today I have replaced her dvd caps with full 1080p caps from all the way back in 1994 and this was as well Scarlett’s first movie North were she plays Laura Nelson and co-stars Elijah Wood, Bruce Willis, Matthew McCurley, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander.