The registrations for the gallery have been re-opened. However, all users who had not logged in to the gallery since June 2007 have been removed. But you’re welcome to re-register if you wish.
I’ve re-capped Eight Legged Freaks and made three clips of my favorite Scarlett scenes. I’ve also added four rare video interviews related to The Prestige, Scoop, Unexpected Dreams, The Island and made caps of them. View all new video additions here and gallery uploads here.
Frank Miller will be video blogging on the official Spirit website. He has posted his first blog for his solo directing effort, essentially letting us know he’s starting out. The flick is currently shooting on green-screen soundstages in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
By the way, it seems that Scarlett’s character goes by the name of Silken Floss, not Silk N. Floss. The site describes her as being “a punk secretary and frigid vixen”. Now that’s what I call interesting!
When you think Woody Allen, actors like Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts and Mia Farrow are the names that most immediately come to mind. But these days, the king of all New York filmmakers has been busy injecting his usual recipe with some spicy Spanish flavoring.
“Vicky Cristina Barcelona,” star Javier Bardem told us of the film’s title. “That’s the name of the American characters, which are Rebecca Hall (The Prestige) and Scarlett Johansson. [They’re] the two girls that go to our salon; but I don’t know if that is going to be the final title or not.”
As any fan of the 71-year-old filmmaker knows, not only is Allen still doing his best to crank out a movie a year (he’s only missed 1991 since the early Eighties), but he has also maintained a Spielberg-esque routine of keeping his modestly-budgeted films as secret as possible.
Scarlett Johansson is featured in Let Me In, a new book of photographs by Mario Testino. Thanks to the ever-wonderful Jen, we have high quality scans of it. Enjoy!
– Mario Testino – Let Me In (2007)
The Nanny Diaries will be available to own on DVD (R1) from December 4, 2007, and should retail at around $29.95. The film itself will be presented in anamorphic widescreen, along with an English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround track. Extras will include behind the scenes featurettes, and a blooper reel.
I’ve re-capped and made clips of two of Scarlett’s early movies – Just Cause and If Lucy Fell. Her roles are very small in both but I think she still does a good job and appears very natural. Check out the clips and let me know what you think!
A ton of videos have been added to the video archive these past few days. We now have 224 downloadable videos featuring Scarlett Johansson! I have uploaded everything that I have on my computer so the only thing left is for me to do is create more clips of her movies. View all new videos here!
If you have any video interviews of Scarlett that are not in the archive yet, please send it in!
She’s a fierce talent who’s already won one Oscar for her supporting work, but take a look at Jennifer Connelly’s filmography and what jumps out is that most of it is, well, supporting: John Nash’s wife, the Hulk’s girlfriend, the love interest of male leads in Requiem for a Dream, Dark City, The Rocketeer and more.
“I’ve done so many movies where I’ve been a wife or a girlfriend and less where I’m playing just a friend,” Connelly admitted to MTV News. “That’s one of the things that was exciting about [being in] He’s Just Not That Into You.”
Based on the popular self-help book of the same name, He’s Just Not That Into You follows several stories, each of them told “in sort of chapters,” Connelly said, “chapters on this thematic idea” — basically how to tell when a man is interested in a relationship.