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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.

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A new movie still from Scarlett’s upcoming solo movie Black Widow has just been released, It looks like Nat is not having a good time in the still and I so want to see what this is all about and right now we are still on track from a May 07th, 2021 date in cinema so here is hoping we will get to see it next year now.

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Scarlett has her first magazine cover for 2021 with Geek! Magazine – January/February 2021 with a Black Widow cover and talking about how cinemas are struggling and if the movie will be affected at all. Nothing big or any new photos unfortunately but a nice way to start the year of. You can find the digital scans in the gallery right now.

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Scarlett has put her voice to good use again supporting the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights and talks about the four people wrongfully arrested for their work fighting for the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights Gasser, Karim, Mohammad and Zaki

Speaking out in Egypt today is dangerous. I want to highlight the plight of four people wrongfully arrested for their work fighting for the dignity of others – Gasser, Karim, Mohammad and Zaki from the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights.

These men have spent their lives fighting against injustice and now they find themselves behind bars. They all face bogus charges that could lead to many more years in prison. In fact, their only “crime” has been to stand up for the dignity of Egyptians. EIPR has for years worked tirelessly and bravely on the front lines to protect and defend the most vulnerable, to reform the broken criminal justice system which wreaks havoc on innocent people’s lives, and to end the death penalty.

Karim, who recently got married, will be spending his 37th birthday in prison. Gasser told a recent court hearing that he is denied blankets in a freezing cold solitary confinement cell. Mohammad’s wife is desperate to see him and, like the other families, has been denied any visit. Zaki was tortured after police arrested him earlier this year. The pain and anguish of their families is unimaginable. Hossam Bahgat, one of the original founders, has been under a travel ban and asset freeze for four years.

I am in awe of the bravery of these men who continue their work to defend people’s rights at such great personal cost. They represent the courage and brilliance of so many in Egypt who achieve change against incredible odds. A truly democratic government would celebrate these men, not imprison them. They are the best of us.

EIPR’s work is a shining light for democracy and freedom – not just in Egypt and the Middle East, but for people everywhere. Today, I’m joining the people of Egypt and many others around the world, and I am calling for the immediate release of Gasser, Karim, Mohammad and Zaki. And happy birthday Karim; you are not alone

If you would like to find out more information, find out how to help or just put your voice and take action you can do all that here Here.

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Hey all as some may no I have been doing a lot of work on the site in the background, starting with updating all the post’s on here so the links are not dead etc and I’m up to now the start of 2010 so getting on with all that but today I took some time out to add some new pages to the site. I have seen a lot of sites getting this so I got the plug and have been setting them all up today. So welcome to the site the Video Vault & the Press Archive both are only about 3% done right now but I will be adding more videos and interviews in over the coming months and I get a amazing 12 days of at xmas time till new year so I will be doing a lot of work on them then. For now I will keep on with updating the past updates, redoing the info page with a new bio that was done for the site and adding in a style page, gutting and redoing the full Projects page, redoing the website, www & media page and adding in more gallery updates. So lots will be going on with the site you may not right away see but I am getting it there.

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