Wondering why Scarlett Johansson is wearing this weird wig? Find out with the 25th anniversary Ghost in the Shell Blu-ray, now down to an all-time low $8. Read more...
If you felt uncomfortable with Scarlett Johansson’s controversial casting in the live-action adaptation of the “Ghost in the Shell,” we have good news: The original Japanese anime film is returning to the big screen for a limited time! Lionsgate...Show More Summary
In about two and a half months, audiences will have a chance to see the live-action adaptation of the iconic anime Ghost in the Shell. The movie has been at the center of some controversy since it has placed Scarlett Johansson in the...Show More Summary
Big-name marchers who will participate in the Women’s March on Washington on Jan. 21.
Just one day after a particularly diverse and politically pointed Golden Globes Awards show, the group behind the Women’s March on Washington has announced a star-studded celeb lineup for its Inauguration Day events.
Before Scarlett Johansson launched a thousand essays by taking on the role of Motoko Kusanagi, the cybernetic crimefighter was nothing more than a drawing. The original Ghost in the Shell anime debuted in 1995 and blew audiences away with its futuristic cyberpunk aesthetic, influencing everything from The Matrix to the Star Wars prequels. Show More Summary
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Scarlett Johansson, Zendaya, Amy Schumer, Hari Nef, and more will also join the march.
With Paramount’s live-action version of Ghost In The Shell starring Scarlett Johansson readying for its late-March bow, Lionsgate is getting into the action by teaming with Funimation Films to return the 1995 original anime film to the big screen. Show More Summary
Motoko Kusanagi gets a new look with the Ghost in the Shell The Major 1:4 Scale Statue. Based on Scarlett Johansson’s portrayal of the character in the upcoming 2017 film and crafted by the same Weta Workshop artists that worked on the film, this polystone statue features Major Motoko Kusanagi standing on a light-up base, […]
Maybe now we’ll get that Black Widow movie we’re all desperate for?
Earlier this month, Scarlett Johansson scored headlines and spurred plenty of feminist high fives because Forbes dubbed her the "highest grossing actor of 2016." Thanks to the modest bump from the Coen Bros' comedy Hail, Caesar!, she edged out her...
Ghost in the Shell looks like it could be one hell of an action movie and this new image from the upcoming film shows Scarlett Johansson's The Major ready to dish out some hurt.
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Recently ranked as the highest grossing actress of all time, ScarJo stands atop all of Hollywood for 2016. The post Scarlett Johansson is the Top-Grossing Actor of 2016 appeared first on CBR.com.
Marvel may be reluctant to give Scarlett Johansson her own superhero movie, but everyone else in town seems determined to make her the next big action star. Next year sees her kicking high-tech ass in Ghost in the Shell, Rupert Sanders‘ adaptation of the iconic Japanese manga. Show More Summary
Scarlett Johansson beat out Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. to become the year's top-grossing actor.
With 2016 almost over, thankfully, it’s time to turn our collective attention to everything we’re excited for in the new year. Our staff even drew up a list of all the movies we’re most anticipating, and among those is the Ghost in the Shell adaptation starring Scarlett Johansson. Show More Summary
Scarlett Johansson beats Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. when it comes to the top grossing actors at the 2016 box office.
While Hollywood has historically been dominated by males, namely in terms of pay, 2016 has bucked said trend, as none other than Scarlett Johansson has been dubbed the year’s highest-grossing actor, after previously being recognized as the highest-grossing actress ever. Johannson earned a cool $1.2 billion USD throughout 2016, in large part thanks to her […]