Scarlett as Unknown
Follows a woman created to be an ideal wife but when she rejects her creator, she’s forced to flee her confined existence, confronting a world that sees her as a monster.
Untitled Wes Anderson Film (2022)
Scarlett as Unknown
Plot unknown. Rumored to be a love story set in Europe.
Sing 2 (2021)
Scarlett as Ash (voice)
Buster Moon and his friends must persuade reclusive rock star Clay Calloway to join them for the opening of a new show.
Black Widow (2021)
Scarlett as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Synopsis: At birth the Black Widow “aka Natasha Romanova” is given to the KGB, which grooms her to become its ultimate operative. When the U.S.S.R. breaks up, the government tries to kill her as the action moves to present-day New York, where she is a freelance operative.
1) Iguana Bird - 3:38
2) Bad Dreams -3:24
3) Movies - 4:39
4) Cigarillo - 3:02
5)Tomorrow (feat. Scarlett Johansson) [Remix] Pete Yorn. - 3:15
Scarlett will be on
AFI Fest Sing 2 – November 14th
Receive American Cinematheque Award – November 18th
Not that there’s been much acting of late. When the world came to a halt, Scarlett found herself “kind of flummoxed,” she says. “I don’t know, I was having an out-of-body experience.” Without a film to make, she found herself adrift, flirting with a minor existential crisis. “At the beginning, I was doing all this crap that everyone was doing – like, I’ll start learning how to play guitar,” she says, in one of a number of soliloquies during our conversation that veer between earnest self-interrogation and stand-up. “Whatever. In between panicking. And then that stuff sort of faded away, and I realised actually that I exist pretty well in this space. I realise I don’t have to be constantly in motion to survive, I think.” She pauses. “I’ve always had this fear of, what if everything goes away, what will become of me? It’s this great fear of the unknown, and now I’ve been that way for some time, I realise, Oh, actually, you’re still alive.” She smiles and adds cheerfully, “It probably comes from some fear of death, anyway.”