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Apr 25th, 2006
Riikka

Match Point is now out on DVD in North America so go and pick up your copy to see Scarlett’s performance as Nola Rice. The UK released is slated for 8th May. DVD captures will be up shortly.

‘Unexpected Dreams: Songs From the Stars’ is now also out and features Scarlett’s sultry version of ‘Summertime’. Extra has a video clip promoting the release and Scarlett appears in the end for a few seconds.

Both products are available for order from Amazon.

Apr 22nd, 2006
Riikka

Huge thanks to Pat for informing me that Box Office Mojo has announced a US release date for Scoop. According to the site, the fans will be able to see Scarlett and Woody Allen’s latest collaboration in cinema starting from July 28th, 2006.

Apr 20th, 2006
Riikka

According to Evening Standard, Woody Allen is set to make his third film in London after scrapping a Paris-based project because of spiralling costs. The article names Scarlett and Kate Winslet as thought to be in the running for the leading role.

Apr 20th, 2006
Riikka

Domestic distribution rights to Woody Allen’s Scoop, which is currently in post-production, have been acquired by Focus Features. Focus has also acquired rights to the feature for Australia and New Zealand. Focus president James Schamus made the announcement today.

Allen commented, “I’ve always been very blessed by having great people distribute my films over the years and this good fortune continues with Focus, a company I have enormous admiration for. I had a great time shooting Scoop. I was over my head acting with Hugh Jackman and Ian McShane, who are both amazing, and of course Scarlett Johansson, who I knew was sexier than me and smarter but she also turned out to be faster and funnier.”

For further information, read full article in the Press Archive.

Apr 16th, 2006
Riikka

According to Teen Hollywood, Scarlett, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan all battling it out for the lead role in Penelope Spheeris’ The Gospel According To Janis, an upcoming film on the life and death of Janis Joplin.

Apparently the director has already said that Pink would be her first choice for the part, but the singer has decided not to pursue the project. Pink explains, “I dropped out of it. Scheduling conflicts. Plus they’re trying to turn it into some circus pop contest – who’s the ‘it’ girl who wants to play Janis.”

“Janis was so much deeper than that.”

Apr 15th, 2006
Riikka

Musician Alicia Keys is the newest addition of the cast of The Nanny Diaries. She will portray Annie Braddock’s best friend. As previously reported, the film will start shooting later on this month in New York City. For more information on Alicia Keys’s participation, view an article at MTV.com.

Apr 6th, 2006
Riikka

Paul Giamatti and Chris Evans have signed on to star in The Nanny Diaries with Scarlett and Laura Linney. According to Variety, Giamatti will play Mr. X, the brood’s imposing patriarch and Evans is set to be the Park Avenue hunk who steals Scarlett’s heart. The Nanny Diaries will begin production in New York this month. The Weinstein Company will distribute the film.

Apr 3rd, 2006
Riikka

The April 2006 issue of Total Film features a blurb about The Black Dahlia, which lists the film’s release date in the UK for November 11, 2006. According to Total Film, Maggie Gyllenhaal was the first choice to play Kay Lake, the role that Scarlett eventually landed. Of Johansson, De Palma is quoted saying: “I’d say she’s one of the finest actresses working today, but I think that underestimates her talent.” ( source )

Also, Josh Hartnett recently spoke to ninemsn and he was asked of his relationship with Scarlett.

Josh, you are soon going to be starring in The Black Dahlia with the very sexy Scarlett Johansson. Can we expect to see a little bit of on screen sizzle?
Hartnett: “Probably yeah. She and I, and Hilary (Swank) and I, both have some full-on scenes.”

Apr 3rd, 2006
Riikka

Apparently Napoleon and Betsy has stirred up some controversy in the press because of the fact that the movie is about a relationship between a 14-year old girl and Napoleon Bonaparte, her senior of 32 years. Bonaparte was befriended by English teen Betsy Balcombe, to be played by Johansson, when he was exiled to the South Atlantic island St. Helena in 1815. Although he was supposedly a kindly uncle figure to Balcombe, who lived there with her merchant father and siblings, director Benjamin Ross is keen to give their story a saucier slant. Historian Peter Hicks fumes, “It was a platonic relationship. It would be ridiculous to suggest anything else.”

But Ross has hit back, saying, “The facts are very interpretable. I’d be delighted to get historians jumping and down.” ( source )

Andrew Lloyd Webber recently revealed that he had decided to pull out of negotiations to get Scarlett Johansson to play Maria in the new West End stage production of The Sound of Music, because although she had been keen, her “people” were against the plan. ( source )

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