Thanks to AskMen.com for informing us of the following:
After a month-long voting process which saw over 5 million votes cast worldwide, the lovely and talented Scarlett Johansson has been officially selected as the No. 6 Most Desirable Woman of 2008 by the readers of AskMen.com.
Thanks in large part to the strong support from fan sites like Scarlett-Fan.com, the Top 99 Most Desirable Women has become a popular annual mainstay on AskMen.com, in fact, the 2008 edition of the list will mark our 8th anniversary.
Scarlett also came in at second place at Playboy‘s list of sexiest celebs straight after Angelina Jolie.
If you liked Annie’s style in The Nanny Diaries, you can now check out I Saw It In to shop for similar styles to that of Scarlett’s character. I personally l o v e that red rooftop dress and the Chinese style Mary Janes – so cute!!
Last but certainly not least, The Other Boleyn Girlofficial site has been updated with new promotional stills from the film as well as interesting video interviews with novelist Philippa Gregory.
While Barack Obama barnstorms the country trying to drum up votes in advance of Super Tuesday, a wildly diverse cross section of musical supporters, including the Black Eyed Peas’ Will.I.Am, OK Go and former members of the Grateful Dead, are lending a hand.
One of the biggest Obama-boosting efforts comes courtesy of Will.I.Am, who recently teamed with director Jesse Dylan (son of Bob Dylan) to release a music video called “Yes We Can.” The Bob Marley-like anthem turns the Illinois senator’s January 8 New Hampshire primary-night address into lyrics performed by Will, as well as almost 40 other actors, celebrities and athletes, including John Legend, Kate Walsh, Aisha Tyler, Amber Valletta, Taryn Manning, Nicole Scherzinger, Common, Scarlett Johansson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Herbie Hancock and Nick Cannon.
Minnesotans will play a role in this year’s historic Super Tuesday. And the effort to get voters to the caucuses, especially young voters, is underway.
Driving voters to the caucuses isn’t easy, but high above Interstate 394, Ben Friesen was doing his best Monday afternoon. While standing on a pedestrian bridge, Friesen held an Obama sign. Many honked as they drove by.
“Tomorrow’s a huge day,” Friesen said. “If Obama has a good night, it’s gonna be important.”
On Super Tuesday Eve, the get-out-the-vote effort was on. And more than ever, campaigns are focusing on young voters.
Young voters in Minnesota broke records four years ago when the state led the nation in young voter turnout.
Two young celebrities, Scarlett Johansson and Kal Penn spoke to an auditorium of students at the University of Minnesota Monday night. They both support Obama, but above all, they wanted to get students politically active.
“I just want to let you guys know how incredible it is you all turned out here,” Johansson said. “What an important impact the youth vote has made so far.”
Scarlett will be featured in the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood issue, which features Amy Adams, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt and Jessica Biel on the front cover. In the pictorial Scarlett will be one of the stars who re-create Hitchcock classics. The magazine will be on stands nationwide February 12. We will have scans of the issue as soon as it will be released.
Scarlett is featured in the March 2008 issue of Empire magazine. I’ve made scans of the Boleyn Girl feature. Mikaela sent in scans from two recent Swedish magazines: Elle and Glamour. The Elle spread features one new shot, which is totally stunning!
Scarlett, alongside Natalie Portman and Josh Brolin, is reportedly among the celebrities who have lobbied for the removal of the Heath Ledger drug video from television distribution. Good job, Scarlett! I am really proud of her for doing this.
Three of the world’s biggest young movie stars have been revealed as being leaders in the push by Hollywood to have the Heath Ledger drug video pulled from broadcast by two top American TV shows.
The Entertainment Tonight and The Insider programs’ decision to show the video yesterday caused a furore in Hollywood, a community in grieving over 28-year-old Heath Ledger’s still unexplained death on January 22.
It has now emerged that the programs – after first broadcasting the tape in New York and on the US east coast – soon learned of growing anger in Hollywood, in particular among many movie stars of the same generation as Heath Ledger.
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