There are currently two competing Zelda Fitzgerald biopics in the works. Jennifer Lawrence and Scarlett Johansson are attached to play the iconic and troubled author and wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Neither film has been shot yet, but...Show More Summary
Once upon a time, Scarlett Johansson dreamed of being cast as a Disney princess. She waited in her tower, but no talking mice, dancing furniture, fairy godmothers, blandly handsome princes, or Hollywood casting agents came to her rescue. Show More Summary
Scarlett Johansson may have provided the voice for an oddly sexual snake in Disney’s remake of The Jungle Book, but it turns out she actually wants to voice a more conventional Disney heroine. The reveal of Johansson’s Disney princess...Show More Summary
While Scarlett Johansson and Jennifer Lawrence are racing to bring Zelda Fitzgerald biopics to the big screen, Christina Ricci has cleared the pack, thanks to Amazon's upcoming series Z: The Beginning of Everything. The fabulous flapper was not only the...
Scarlett Johansson has played a lot of great roles on the big screen, but there’s one in particular that she has wanted to play for over 20 years! The 32-year-old actress has revealed she wants to play a Disney princess. In a new interview with The New York Times, Scarlett was asked about the experiences [...]
Scarlett Johansson on ‘Ghost in the Shell,’ playing a cyborg, and The Major and Batou’s very ‘human connection’
Don't think that this month's animated film Sing is going to just be for kids; the movie, which stars the voices of Scarlett Johansson, Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, and more, is full of covers of your favorite pop songs. But there is one musical centerpiece of the movie that's an original song, and it delightfully comes from Johansson. Show More Summary
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UPDATE, Dec. 1: Sony’s raunchy comedy Rock That Body is going earlier and will now debut on June 16 instead of June 23. Whenever pics move up, it shows the distributor is confident about the product, and in this case Sony moves the all-star...Show More Summary
This punk-rock porcupine is not calling anyone, and there's no "maybe" about it. In the animated movie "Sing," Ash (Scarlett Johansson) is taking part in the singing contest put on by koala / theater owner Buster (Matthew McConaughey). Show More Summary
Scarlett Johansson encourages women to take risks in order to succeed, according to People magazine. The Lost in Translation actress, who plays Natasha Romanoff in the Marvel superhero movies, has accomplished a lot at such a young age. Show More Summary
Scarlett Johansson is one of the artists featured on the star-studded soundtrack for the upcoming animated movie Sing, and you can listen to her new single right here! The 32-year-old actress’s track, titled “Set It All Free,” was released on Friday (November 25). PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Scarlett Johansson Sing doesn’t hit [...]
For the Sing soundtrack.
After a lot of Tom Waits covers and some girl-group tracks, Scarlett Johansson's vocal cords are buzzing again, though her latest song is definitely in the "them" category of the "one for me, one for them" artistic divide. Johansson's new music comes courtesy of her role as a porcupine rocker ... More »
Scarlett Johansson has a couple songs on the soundtrack to Sing, a 3D animated movie from the makers of Despicable Me set for release just before Christmas. It’s the same project that brought us Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande’s “Faith.” One of Johansson’s tracks, the album opener “Set It All Free,” is available to stream […]
Trigger Warning: I like Scarlett Johansson as an action movie character actress. In spite of "Lucy" being a really bad story, with some really bad writing, she comported herself well. And her roles in the various "Iron Man"/"Captain America"...
Despite some serious backlash and controversy over its supposed whitewashing of a beloved Japanese property, Ghost In The Shell is performing very nicely in Japan. The first trailer for the film recently debuted, and the Japanese-subtitled...Show More Summary
For all Hollywood is making slow, halting steps towards increased diversity in film, we still have a long way to go--just ask Asian Emma Stone in Aloha or Asian Scarlett Johansson in Ghost in the Shell. Or, for that matter,...
Ghost In The Shell has been dogged by accusations of whitewashing ever since Scarlett Johansson was announced as its lead character. Now director Rupert Sanders has responded.