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Dec 21st, 2012

Scarlett is featured in an article in the January 2013 version of Vogue. It contains a small article about her performance in ‘Cat On a Hot Tin Roof’. I added two scans to the gallery.

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Gallery Links:
– Scans from 2013 > Vogue magazine (January 2013)

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Dec 21st, 2012

Scarlett Johansson takes the stage for her performance in Cat On a Hot Tin Roof held at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Thursday (December 20) in New York City.

The 28-year-old actress plays the role of Maggie the Cat in the Tennessee Williams classic and was joined on stage by her co-stars Benjamin Walker, Debra Monk, and Ciaran Hinds. Cat On a Hot Tin Roof officially opens on Thursday (January 17)

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Gallery Links:
–  ‘Cat On a Hot Tin Roof > December 20th: NYC performance at Richard Rodgers Theater

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Sep 20th, 2012

The Scarlett Johansson-toplined revival of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” has gone from possibility to certainty, with a production also starring Ciaran Hinds, Benjamin Walker and Debra Monk gearing up for a run that begins in December.

Set to direct is American helmer Rob Ashford (“How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”), best known for staging musicals in the States but also the director of well-received play revivals in London.

Johansson, whose last gig on Broadway scored her a Tony for her turn in the 2010 revival of “A View From the Bridge,” will play Maggie the Cat. Hinds, last on the Rialto in 2007 play “The Seafarer,” is onboard as Big Daddy and Walker (“Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”) — returning to Broadway after his breakout 2010 perf in musical “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson — is set to play Maggie’s husband Brick. Monk takes on the role of Big Mama.

Ashford is no stranger to starry play revivals, having won raves in Blighty at the helm of the 2011 Jude Law starrer “Anna Christie” and the Rachel Weisz-toplined 2009 staging of “A Streetcar Named Desire,” both produced by London’s Donmar Warehouse.

Stuart Thompson, one of the producers of “View From the Bridge,” produces “Cat.”

Production of the 1955 Tennessee Williams play is the third to land on Broadway in the last decade, with a 2003 revival starring Ashley Judd followed in 2008 by an all-black production with a cast that included James Earl Jones and Phylicia Rashad.

Newest version of “Cat” begins previews Dec. 18 ahead of a Jan. 17 opening at the Richard Rodgers Theater.

Source: Variety





 
Sep 7th, 2012

As we previously announced. Scarlett attended yesterday to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte (North Carolina). You can watch the video of her speech clicking here and here you have some extracts:

“I speak to you not as a representative of young Hollywood, but as a representative of the many millions of young Americans, particularly young women, who depend on public and nonprofit programs to help them survive.”

Johansson, dressed in rust-colored pants, stilettos, a tan blazer and a shirt featuring an American flag, spoke of growing up in a struggling middle-class family in New York City and living in a housing development for lower-middle-class families. Her family depended on benefits for school transport and food, she said, and some of her friends still depend on Planned Parenthood and Medicaid.

“That’s why I’m here today, to use whatever attention I’m fortunate enough to receive to shed the spotlight on what’s at stake for all of us.”

“I’m not going to tell you who to vote for,” she said. “I’m here to ask you to commit to vote.”

 

Gallery Links:
–  Events in 2012 > Democratic National Convention, Day 3





 
Aug 31st, 2012

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If this ad featuring Scarlett Johansson looks a tad familiar, congratulations! You are a true fashion historian, as well as, most likely, a classic movie fan.

At first blush—yes, we just went there—this ad for Dolce & Gabbana foundation appears to showcase a fresh, natural look. Technically, it does. But look closer, young padawans—note the strong eyebrow, the slightly winged eyelid, the long, blond hair, the mouth that is both smiling and pouting.

Someone—and by someone we mean some Francophile at D&G—just might be trying to channel a bit of Catherine Deneuve into our ScarJo. Not that we’re complaining. Even when she’s just wearing a bed sheet, (and, we presume, a whole lot of foundation), the girl looks fantastic.

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Jul 31st, 2012

SCARLETT FEVER, a pop culture-infused comedy by former New York Magazine blogger Josh Duboff, will receive its world premiere in the 2012 New York International Fringe Festival. Performances begin August 14, 2012 at the Soho Playhouse.

Gracie is a Scarlett Johansson who spends her days fantasizing about the rich and famous. Joey is an Elle Magazine writer who spends his nights fantasizing about the hunky local barista. Worlds collide when an enigmatic stranger enters the picture in this fast-paced comedy by former New York Magazine and Yahoo! Entertainment blogger Josh Duboff. Ashley Rodbro directs the production.

The cast of SCARLETT FEVER will feature Andy Sandberg, the Tony Award-winning producer of Hair and director of The Last Smoker in America, Charles Andrew Callaghan (The Guthrie’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof), Bill Coyne (DC Capital Fringe’s Superhero Celeb Rehab), Patrick Knighton (FringeNYC’s End’s Eve: The Feast of 2012), Jordy Lievers (Alice vs. Wonderland at the Moscow Art Theater) and Alex Trow (Shakespeare Santa Cruz’s Othello).

Duboff is a 26-year-old writer who has blogged for NY Magazine (Daily Intel/Vulture) and Yahoo! Entertainment. His work has also been featured on The Awl, The Hairpin and Thought Catalog. His personal blog, Text Message in a Bottle, has amassed a readership of thousands and features musings on his life and surroundings in New York City. He is a graduate of Yale University and former news editor of the Yale Daily News.

Rodbro is a director, producer, and stage manager. She conceived and directed an original multimedia variety hour called Beyond the iChatter at Ars Nova. She has also created demos with musical theatre writers Joe Iconis and Jim Yates and played in the band of the Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular. Equity stage management credits include Shida, Miranda Sings!, Bloodsong of Love, The Wii Plays and Missed Connections for Ars Nova; Seven Minutes in Heaven for Colt Coeur; Jurassic Parq: The Broadway Musical and The Three Times She Knocked at FringeNYC; and Next Thing You Know for CAP 21.

Andy Diaz (Woody Harrelson’s Bullet for Adolph) is the scenic designer. Greg H. Solomon (Prisoner of Love at the 45th Street Theater) is the lighting designer. Shana R. Goldberger (The Gallery Players’ Othello, Hairspray at Cohoes Music Hall) is the costume designer. Becca Doyle (CAP21’s Southern Comfort, FringeNYC’s Lights Rise On Grace) is the production manager.

SCARLETT FEVER will be performed at the Soho Playhouse, located at 15 Vandam Street between Varick Street and Sixth Avenue. The performance schedule is as follows: Tuesday, August 14 at 3:15pm; Friday, August 17 at 7pm; Thursday, August 23 at 6:45pm; Friday, August 24 at 7pm; and Saturday, August 25 at 3pm.

Tickets – $15 in advance or $18 on the day of the performance – can be purchased by logging onto www.FringeNYC.org, calling (866) 468-7619 or visiting the FringeCENTRAL box office at One East 8th Street

source: off off broadway world

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Jul 31st, 2012


Many know Charlotte Gainsbourg for inheriting and continuing the musical traditions of her famous father, French crooner Serge Gainsbourg. But now her half-brother, Lulu (neé Lucien), is ready to take the mantle, offering a full-length collection of covers with a series of big-name guests — including, as noted above, über-babe and actress/singer Scarlett Johansson.

Lulu’s album, titled From Gainsbourg to Lulu, will be released October 30 on MBM Records and includes appearances by Johnny Depp (with Vanessa Paradis), Iggy Pop, and more. The “Bonnie and Clyde” single can be downloaded today from iTunes.

You can listen to the song: HERE! And see the cover photo in our gallery. Enjoy!

source: Alarm Magazine





 
Jul 19th, 2012

Thanks a bunch to DeAdele from Ryan Reynolds Fan for donating tons of Scarlett pics! I am busy adding new/more pics to her modeling section in the gallery. Check out some of the first additions below.

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Gallery Links:
– Dolce & Gabbana > Secret Eyes Mascara Ad Campaign +2
– Dolce & Gabbana > ‘The One Lace’ Perfume Campaign NEW
– Dolce & Gabbana > ‘The One Lace’ Perfume Campaign +16
–  ‘The Beauty Book’ > Cover & Scans +1





 
Oct 22nd, 2011

In Dolce & Gabbana’s ad campaign for their new Perfect Finish Creamy Foundation and Passion Duo Gloss Fusion Lipstick – both hit stores this month – Scarlett Johansson’s striking beauty is amplified by makeup artist Pat McGrath.  Here, Scarlett talks about her retro-inspired images.

What did you most enjoy about this latest D&G shoot? How was it different from past shoots for the brand’s beauty collection?

It was like making a little mini movie. Stefano and Domenico had this whole unbelievable story behind the shoot – she lives in Sicily and her husband’s left her and she’s now waiting for her lover. It was all so unbelievably glamorous and Fellini-esque, like they’re making a Bertolucci movie or something.  To me that’s fun because it’s a part of playing dress-up.

Did you pick up any application tips or tricks from Pat on set?

Pat does a lot of old school tricks like using the concealer brush around the lips to really highlight the shape of the lip and stuff like that. And she’ll completely finish one eye and then do the other side which, to me, is really interesting because it’s almost like she knows exactly how she wants it to look so she’s able to complete the look on the other side. I don’t know what her theory is on that but it’s brilliant. And I find it does help, when you’re doing eyeliner to totally complete one eye, like, the finishing touch, and then do the other one because then you have a reference, almost.

Do you prefer to play up your eyes, lips or cheekbones? What are you most comfortable applying/doing yourself?

I think it depends on the occasion, but I do think it’s nice to have a pale lip and a smoky eye or perhaps a little flick of eyeliner and a red lip. I like to mix it up depending on what I’m wearing and also what my hair color is!

See more Scarlett in our October issue, on stands now!

source: Nylon Magazine

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