We can only be grateful when another female-led comedy gets green lit, even if the only way Hollywood can conceive of more than two women being in a room is if they’re planning or celebrating a wedding.
A producer for the U.S. adaptation of the Japanese manga Ghost in the Shell is trying to skate out of whitewashing controversy by describing the film as “international.” “I don’t think it was just a Japanese story,” he says.
Scarlett Johansson is both a pulchritudinous flower and the highest grossing actress of all time, a distinction made somewhat annoying by the fact that there are still nine men separating her from the top spot. But I guess we’re supposed to be celebrating this news, so OK, let’s get to it!
The Ghost in the Shell is already being whitewashed, with the live-action version of the manga series being helmed by Scarlett Johansson. To make matters worse, sources claim producers at one point looked into testing special effects to give her features that looked more Asian.
In the new issue of Cosmopolitan, cover star Scarlett Johannson broaches the increasingly trendy (in a GOOD way) topic of wage disparity. Though the actress supports the fight for equal pay, she herself does not like talking about it.
Last week, 42-year-old Ricky Ma made headlines for his creation of a life- sized robot he called Mark 1, which he modeled after Scarlett Johansson.
Being a beautiful and high-profile woman sounds great, if you can get past all the objectification and the often criminal invasions of your privacy. Also, sometimes, even when you definitely didn’t ask them to, nice men who you’re pretty sure you’ve never met make robots modeled after you.
What’s the best thing to do after teaming up with another bro and calling your coworker a slut? Why, wishing her a Happy Mother’s Day and misspelling her name on social media, of course!
Lots of people made a point of spending lots of money to watch (either in person or on TV) the “fight of the century” last night. Beyoncé decided to roll up looking like a dime and basically just win life.
Saturday Night Live was pretty uninspired last night, some weird attempts to joke about the Baltimore protests and a Ruth Bader Ginsburg sketch that fell flat. The one bright spot was the show’s Black Widow trailer. The superhero finally gets her own movie, but in classic Hollywood fashion, it’s a romantic comedy.
THR is reporting the final three hosts of [Update] SNL’s 40th season will be Scarlett Johansson on May 2 (with Wiz Khalifa), Reese Witherspoon on May 9 (with Florence + the Machine) and Louis C.K. on May 16 (with Rihanna).
The 2015 MTV Movie Awards aired last night, terribly timed to the premiere of Game of Thrones. Judging from the red carpet alone, it really lived up to its reputation as the obnoxious, lazy, basic baby sibling of the awards show family. This year's red carpet was a little subdued, featuring lame styling—not outright…
Scarlett Johansson is back on the music scene, this time with a "super-pop" band called The Singles, which also features Holly Miranda, Kendra Morris, Julia Haltigan, and Este Haim on drums.
It's long been rumored that Katy Perry was going to devote a portion of her Super Bowl half-time show to throwing down the ultimate mega-dis against Taylor Swift and, boy, did she ever deliver. During last night's sports ball match, Perry came at Swift with an insult so subtle, so well crafted and so imperceptible…
Upworthy has compiled a super cut of actresses being asked solely about their clothing and weight. Perhaps being asked, "Who are you wearing?" is less offensive than some of the questions thrown ScarJo's way while promoting The Avengers. "Were you able to wear...undergarments?" some clueless interviewer asks. "You're…
Scarlett Johansson, who is widely considered one of the most beautiful people on the planet, sat down with Barbara Walters recently to reveal this humbling tidbit about herself: Asked if she likes her body, Johansson replied that she only thinks it's only "okay." Looks like stars really are just like us (i.e.…
Scarlett Johansson's baby finally came out of her! And it's a girl and her name is Rose Dorothy and she's probably hella fucking cute.
My brain melted on Saturday night and I can blame it all on Scarlett Johansson in the Luc Besson-directed Lucy. But I’m not the only one; the female-led film bested the box office beating out even the baby oil-covered Hercules. Hollywood, let us use this opportunity to once again remind you that ladies like movies!
Marvel tiptoed into the lady-dominated domain of daytime TV today to announce via The View that as of October, Thor will be a female character.
For years, a biopic of Dolly Parton has been crawling over broken glass, attempting to escape development hell. Now it's come to our attention that somebody apparently thinks that Scarlett Johansson would be a great choice to play the country music legend. Let me stop you right there, Hollywood: No.