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Posted by Abby on November 13th, 2016

After months of waiting the first official full trailer for Scarlett’s upcoming 2017 movie Ghost In The Shell has dropped and it looks god dame amazing. The film see’s Scarlett play The Major with Michael Wincott, Michael Pitt, Takeshi Kitano and Rila Fukushima as some of her co-start’s and was directed by Rupert Sanders. The movie is set for a March 2017 release date and will be hitting theatres on 31st.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movie Productions > Ghost in the Shell > Theatrical Trailer




Posted by Abby on November 13th, 2016

Yahoo Movies UK Live with Scarlett Johansson

We are live with Scarlett Johansson and Rupert Sanders to talk about their new movie, Ghost In The Shell. Fire in your questions and we’ll do our best to answer them!




Posted by Abby on November 12th, 2016

Later the same day Scarlett made one more event in Shenzhen, China for Global Shopping Festival gala with Alibaba chairman Jack Ma and host Hua Shao and the trio did some magic tricks. Again photos from the event are up in the gallery.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Appearances > Events In 2016 > 11.11 Global Shopping Festival




Posted by Abby on November 12th, 2016

Scarlett is in Asia at this time for tomorrow’s Ghost In The Shell event in Tokyo but before all that she made a stop to Shenzhen, Guangdong Province of China for a fan meet for the mobile phone she is spoke person for Huawei P9, As she had to miss out on all the promoting of it earlier this year as she was filming Ghost she made it up to people with this fan meet. Photos are now up in the gallery for the event.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Appearances > Events In 2016 > Fan Club Party For ‘Huawei’




Posted by Abby on November 12th, 2016

And the “Ghost In The Shell” promo keeps coming, this time with a video featurette on mamoru Oshii and come’s with lot’s of new clips and behind the scenes of Scarlett, And from the look’s of it Scarlett will be doing a lot of the stunts her self so that’s good to see.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movie Productions > Ghost in the Shell > Screen Captures: Online Featurette – ‘Mamoru Oshii’




Posted by Abby on November 12th, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: Imperative Entertainment just won an auction for the novel Tangerine with George Clooney and Grant Heslov’s Smokehouse on board to produce and Scarlett Johansson attached to star. The story is about two women whose lives intersect more than once and both times leads to the death or disappearance of one woman’s significant other. The deal was said to have gone down for mid-six figures against $1M+.

This is the second big literary purchase Imperative has made in only a few months, following its $5M deal in March to acquire David Grann’s Killers of the Flower Moon: An American Crime and the Birth of the FBI. Eric Roth was brought in recently to adapt that book, which was in a bidding war at the time also with Clooney (and others).

Tangerine is the debut novel of Christine Mangan and comes after its publisher is Ecco/HarperCollins bought the publishing rights for $1.1M earlier this week before turning it out to set up as a feature film.

The mystery/thriller set in 1950s Morocco is about a woman named Alice Shipley who tries to leave both her past and her college roommate behind after the man she intends to marry suddenly dies. Years later, she reconnects with that same roommate, Lucy, and then Alice’s husband disappears. The mystery leaves Alice to wonder if Lucy is as dangerous as she thinks or whether she is imaging things.

The project will also be produced by Imperative partner’s Bradley Thomas and Dan Friedkin with Smokehouse’s Clooney and Heslov.

“Christine has created an evocative and electrifying novel,” said Friedkin. “We’re thrilled to not only be working with George, Grant and the talented team at Smokehouse Pictures but also one of the most skilled actors on the planet in Scarlett. This is an all-star team, and we can’t wait to bring this stunning tale to life.”

Jillian Apfelbaum, Imperative’s VP Content, will oversee development and also co-produce. The book joins a number of other recently acquired novels by Imperative, including the New York Times best seller We Were Liars by E. Lockhart, Sand by Hugh Howey and Circling the Sun by Paula McLain.

Clooney and Heslov are repped by CAA along with Johansson, who also is repped by manager Rick Yorn of LBI Entertainment and attorney Kevin Yorn. CAA brokered the deal, and John Atwood negotiated on behalf of Imperative. The book deal for Tangerine was negotiated by CAA and the Book Group.

Credit: deadline.com/




Posted by Abby on November 9th, 2016

ET was first on the set of Ghost in the Shell, where Johansson dished on what it means for her daughter to see her play such a bold character and how Rose hate’s her hair in the movie. And the trailer for Ghost in the Shell will debut this Sunday November 13 in Tokyo at the Ghost In The Shell event Scarlett will be at.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movie Productions > Ghost in the Shell > Screen Captures: Entertainment Tonight On Set




Posted by Abby on November 7th, 2016




Posted by Abby on November 5th, 2016

One of the big questions I had when I got to visit the set of director Rupert Sanders’ Ghost in the Shell while it was filming in New Zealand earlier this year was whether or not the movie would be an original story or if it would borrow anything from the previously released animated movies or the manga series. Since the previously released stuff was filled with great storylines, I assumed they would use at least some of it. I was right.

However, I need to take a step back. For those not familiar with Ghost in the Shell, it explores what it means to be human. When you can copy your consciousness to another body, when do you stop being human? Is it your body or mind or both that makes you who you are? In addition, in the world of Ghost in the Shell, hackers can plant memories in your head and the recipient can’t tell what’s real or fake. The world of Ghost in the Shell tries to deal with real issues in a technologically advanced world.

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Image via Paramount Pictures
In the film, we’ll follow Scarlett Johansson as The Major, a special ops, one-of-a-kind human-cyborg hybrid who leads the elite task force Section 9. Devoted to stopping the most dangerous criminals and extremists, Section 9 is faced with an enemy whose singular goal is to wipe out advancements in cyber technology. Loaded with an all-star international cast featuring Pilou Asbæk, Michael Pitt, Juliette Binoche, Kaori Momoi, Rila Fukushima, Chin Han, Danusia Samal, Lasarus Ratuere, Yutaka Izumihara, and Tuwanda Manyimo, the film should be something extremely cool when it opens in theaters March 31, 2017.

Regarding what storylines the live-action movie might use, during a group interview conducted on set, producer Avi Arad told us

“We’re not doing Puppetmaster. It’s not Laughing Man. It involves Kuze. The Kuze story. The big thing we are doing here is that we’re not necessarily doing an origins backstory, but we are addressing her sense of self and resolving how she defines herself in terms of memories. That’s one of the main thrusts in the story. Inspired by that episode of Affection in Second Gig. It’s bits and pieces of those mixed together.”
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Image via Paramount Pictures
He went on to explain why:

“There are outside villains but they are never the most interesting parts of a movie, especially your first movie. I find that part of the reason we didn’t do Puppetmaster in this movie was we didn’t really feel like we had time to tell that story, and in your first movie the way the characters feel about themselves and the relationship with those people that they care about is usually more than enough story for a movie to handle. So there are villains and they do drive a lot of the story, but they are really there to antagonize her spiritually.

The villains in the story are people that are abusing this brave new world. The movie certainly addresses this whole idea of in the future, if you think about everybody’s biggest fear around technology is about getting your identity stolen (which is really just your credit record) as apposed someone hacking your brain could happen here. The more technology gets inside of you and the more it’s woven into your life the more that people can abuse it. So there are characters, both at a criminal level and a governmental level, who are abusing technology and doing scary things.

Ghost hacking is a big storyline in the movie and in some ways we take it even further. This idea of if someone could change your memories, what would that do to your sense of self? After you meet that garbageman and you see him in the interrogation room. You’re like ‘that guy’s gone’. You could have a really interesting movie about that guy trying to put his life back together. Being told you don’t have a wife and kids that you thought you did is a big hole.”
ghost-in-the-shell-2On what you might recognize from some of the animated movies, Arad revealed:

“You’ll recognize some things from Ghost in the Shell: Innocence like the geisha bot. A lot of the time when you see futurist movies either it feels very beautiful and removed and clean or you have to go down a grimy, dystopic world. Rupert was chasing something else that was more similar to the source where it felt really tactile and tangible and you had things like cables even though wireless makes more sense. If you look at the original, the guys’ hands break off and type. Even in 1995 the idea that if you talked to a computer you’d type really, really fast didn’t make sense. That’s where we are coming from a lot of the time.”
On what sequences they might have pulled from the manga or previous animated films, Arad sounded like they lifted a bit from the original animated movie:

“Everything we pulled from the movie is because we thought it was cool. There’s a whole thermoptic sequence with the garbageman. We did that because we thought it was really cool. What was interesting about Ghost in the Shell is that it was never really a predictive future. It was more about a future that was meant to provoke a feeling in the audience and that’s guided design as much as if we were to hire a bunch of engineers and physicists and futurists to predict things. That’s the same kind of philosophy in this movie. There are things here that are more tangible like the cables or the (lack of finger-splitting) hands. Even the cars. In every version of Ghost in the Shell you’d never see a flying car. Everything felt like it had a combustion engine. It was all about making it feel chunkier and more tangible aesthetic and a mix of an overly dense urban area.”
As a big fan of the animated movies, I really like what Avi Arad told us on set. But beyond what he said, I got to visit the art room and saw what kind of world Sanders was trying to create and it looked beyond cool. Trust me, when you combine the themes of Ghost in the Shell with the vision that Sanders has for the material, I’m extremely confident the finished film is going to be something special.

Ghost in the Shell opens March 31, 2017. For more from our set visit:

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Posted by Abby on October 28th, 2016

We are just about two months away for Scarlett’s new animated movie Sing! hitting theatres and the promo work for it is now starting up with entertainer weekly doing a full photoshoot of the cast with there characters, Scarlett has two photos the full cast shot and a individual with the character she voices Ash. Both photos are up in the gallery for you all to see.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movie Productions > Sing! > Promotional Shoot s




Posted by Abby on October 28th, 2016

The A-list movie stars are racing against each other to tackle the Jazz Age icon who also suffered from schizophrenia.
It has been nearly 70 years since Zelda Fitzgerald died in a fire at a hospital in North Carolina. But the Jazz Age icon and wife of author F. Scott Fitzgerald is suddenly all the rage in Hollywood.

Competing films fronted by Jennifer Lawrence and Scarlett Johansson, respectively, are on the fast track to being first at the same time that Amazon has its own series, Z: The Beginning of Everything, with Christina Ricci playing the socialite who was once dubbed by her husband as “the first American Flapper.”

But Zelda Fitzgerald was far more than just a pearl-twirling literary muse, as she previously has been depicted, which might explain why two A-list movie stars are jockeying to tackle the oft-marginalized figure. She was an accomplished author in her own right who competed with her domineering husband before her life descended into madness (she was eventually diagnosed with schizophrenia and institutionalized).

The Lawrence project, titled Zelda, boasts some impressive names including Ron Howard, who is developing it with an eye to direct. Howard won best picture and director Oscars for A Beautiful Mind, which also centered on a historical figure (John Nash) with schizophrenia. Allison Shearmur, the former Lionsgate executive behind Lawrence’s The Hunger Games, is producing, while Cross Creek Pictures (Hacksaw Ridge) is in negotiations to finance. Emma Frost (The White Queen) wrote the screenplay, which is loosely based on Nancy Milford’s best-selling biography of the same name.

The Johansson project is titled The Beautiful and the Damned, a play on the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic The Beautiful and Damned, which was a thinly veiled chronicle of his own marriage.

Millennium Films, which is financing, has an ace up its own sleeve given that it has secured the cooperation of the Fitzgerald estate and will incorporate newly unearthed transcripts from a sanatorium in which Zelda Fitzgerald was confined that indicate her husband misappropriated his wife’s ideas as his own. Hanna Weg (Septembers of Shiraz) wrote the screenplay, and Millennium is currently circling a handful of directors for the gig.

Millennium president Mark Gill said Fitzgerald remains an enduring and compelling figure because she represents so many different personas.

“It was the height of the Jazz Age, so you have all of that glamor and sophistication and living large. But you also have the massive drama of fly high, crash hard,” he said. “She was massively ahead of her time, and she took a beating for it. He stole her ideas and put them in his books. The marriage was a co-dependency from hell with a Jazz Age soundtrack.”

Whether its Johansson or Lawrence who makes it into production first, neither would be the first to portray Fitzgerald on the big screen. Most recently, Vanessa Kirby played her in a small role in the Colin Firth starrer Genius, as did Alison Pill in Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris. On the small screen, everyone from Blythe Danner to Natasha Richardson has tackled the literary heroine. But given the level of talent attached to the two latest films, the new Fitzgerald incarnation will likely offer a far more multilayered portrayal than ever before.

Credit: hollywoodreporter.com




Posted by Abby on October 28th, 2016

Scarlett is set to do her first Ghost In The Shell promo in Tokyo on November 13th at a Ghost In The Shell event with some of her co-stars.

Principal photography has wrapped on the live-action Ghost in the Shell film, and that means the cast are freed up for the inevitable press tour. First stop: Tokyo.

That’s the word from Anime Anime, who just announced that the Japanese capital will host a special Ghost in the Shell event November 13.

In attendance will be none other than the Major, Scarlett Johansson, joined by the film’s director, Rupert Sanders, and Takeshi Kitano, who plays the role of Aramaki.

The report from Anime Anime states that the event, whose location has not yet been revealed, may include new announcements, and that the number of attendees will be extremely limited.

Unless, of course, you can ghost-hack an attendee’s brain. Then you’re set.



Current Projects
Sing 2
Role: Ash (voice)
Release Date: 2021
Sequel to the 2016 animated film, 'Sing'.

Black Widow
Role: Natasha Romanoff
Release Date: November 06th, 2020
A film about Natasha Romanoff in her quests between the films Civil War and Infinity War.

Marriage Story
Role: Nicole
Release Date: Out Now On Netflix's
In the latest from Noah Baumbach (The Meyerowitz Stories, Frances Ha), a stage director (Adam Driver) and his actor wife (Scarlett Johansson) struggle through a gruelling, coast-to-coast divorce that pushes them to their personal and creative extremes.

Jojo Rabbit
Role: Rosie Betzler
Release Date: Out Now On Blu-Ray
A World War II satire about a ten-year-old boy who, ridiculed by his peers and misunderstood by his mother, can't quite figure out how to fit in. As the naïve young German struggles to understand his place in an increasingly Fascist regime, he resorts to an imaginary friend (to be played by Taika) who can offer advice and help him cope.

Apart EP
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Apart EP
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3) Movies - 4:39
4) Cigarillo - 3:02
5)Tomorrow (feat. Scarlett Johansson) [Remix] Pete Yorn. - 3:15
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Scarlett is featured on the cover of the April Issue of Entertainment Weekly promoting Black Widow.
Even as journalists and fans repeatedly asked Johansson when Black Widow would be going solo, the actress was privately unsure whether that was something she even wanted. “I was like, I think I’m good,” Johansson admits. “If we [were] going to do this, it had to be creatively fulfilling. I’ve been working for such a long time, and I have to feel like I’m challenged. I don’t want to do the same thing that I’d already done before.”
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