Scarlett Johansson’s ‘Lucy’ has brought Nearly $ 10 million over ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’. the sci-fi movie released in Russia on September 11, seven weeks after its release, the United States, earning $ 9.6 million during its opening weekend.
Lucy is the best movie of the weekend and the first biggest weekend of the eighth year in Russia.
The first poster for Scarlett’s upcoming movie Lucy is now out as well as the release date being moved up from August to July 25 for the USA. No date yet for the rest of the world.
A new trailer for scarlett’s upcoming movie Lucy, has just been post online. There are a lot of new clips you can see in this one. I just made some hight-res trailer screen caps of all her parts. The movie will opens in theater’s some time in August. Enjoy!
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She’s always up for a new challenge, and Scarlett Johansson looked pretty intense as she filmed scenes for her new movie “Lucy” in Taipei, China on Tuesday (October 21).
Joined by costar Min-Sik Choi, the “Lost in Translation” starlet donned some voluminous blonde locks as she worked her mojo for the cameras.
Meanwhile, Scarlett has been devoting some of her free time to a new all-girl band called The One & Only Singles.
Ms. Johansson told Malibu magazine, “I’ve just been slammed with work, and we just haven’t been able to finish [recording]. I write music sometimes in my trailer when nothing else is happening. I wish I could do that full-time. I would love to have that gift. But I don’t. So, for me, it has to be more of a collaborative process. Because I’m not a songwriter. I can understand lyrics, I understand melody, but it’s something that I would have to dedicate myself to, and I don’t have the time.”
As for the group, Scarlett explained, “I would say it’s super-pop … It’s like unabashed pop. The idea was to write super-pop dance music written and performed by girls. Like Grimes … something like that. I love Grimes. And I love the Bangles. And I love the Go-Go’s. I wanted it to be like those bands- ultra pop but also a little ironic, a little in on the joke.”