Thanks a bunch to Claudia for donating these amazing scans from “Best Movie” magazine, the April 2013 issue.
– Scans from 2013 > Best Movie N4 (April 2013)
Scarlett Johansson rocks a sheer floral dress on the cover of Marie Claire‘s May 2013 issue, on newsstands April 16.
Here is what the 28-year-old Don Jon actress had to share with the mag:
On her divorce from Ryan Reynolds in 2010: “Well, it wasn’t that long ago. But I think I’ve had a fair amount of time to process the experience and be able to move forward. I continue to get to know myself better as I get older, and that helps me in my relationships.”
On how she spends her downtime: “I’ve been obsessed with RuPaul’s Drag Race. I love the makeup, I love the hair, I love the looks. That’s been my escape.”
On social media: “All of it drives me crazy. I don’t understand this need to ‘share.’ We almost exploit ourselves in order to feel seen.”
On something a man can’t do around her: “I don’t like jealous behavior. I don’t mind an occasional check-in, but when somebody is passive-aggressively jealous, it’s really unattractive because it shows a sort of insecurity that is…Oh, controlling behavior is awful. Nobody’s going to say they love that.”
For more from Scarlett, visit MarieClaire.com!
The Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams’ 1955 family drama Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, starring Tony Award winner Scarlett Johansson and Benjamin Walker as a couple grappling with ghosts of the past and an uncertain future, ends its run March 30 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.
Tony Award winner Rob Ashford (Evita, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Finding Neverland) helmed the production, set within a sweltering upstairs bedroom of a sweeping Mississipi plantation, which began previews Dec. 18, 2012, and officially opened Jan. 17.
It ends its 15-week engagement, as scheduled, having played 34 previews and 84 regular performances. Representatives for the production did not respond to questions regarding whether the production had recouped its investment. Critics offered a mixed response to the revival.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof played to 61.7 percent capacity for the week ending March 24, grossing $647,429.
A small scan of OK! Magazine, the 25 March 2013 issue was added to the gallery.
– Scans from 2013 > OK! Magazine (25 March 2013)
Don Jon’s Addiction, Scarlett’s upcoming movie, has changed its name and it’s now called Don Jon. There’s also a new still released of Scarlett playing Barbara Sugarman along with Joseph Gordon-Levitt (who also directs the film) that you can view it in our gallery, just click on the miniature.
Scarlett was a guest on the Jimmy Fallon show last night. I wasn’t able to find a video of the interview yet, since most videos have restricted access. I’ll keep you posted. I do have some stills of the show. Scarlett looked stunning!
– Late Night With Jimmy Fallon > February 22, 2013
I added scans of Scarlett on the cover of Elle Magazine, the South Africa March 2013 issue. Enjoy!
– Scans from 2013 > Elle (South Africa) (March 2013)
Jon Martello is the quintessential modern-day lothario. He and his friends objectify women, rate them on a scale of one to ten and cruise clubs for chicks that they can bed and discard. Jon, in particular, is exceptionally good at wooing the ladies with his muscles, slick-backed hair and cocky charms. His life, as he tells us in voiceover, is all about his friends, the gym, his ride (a Camaro muscle car), his family, church (no, really), girls and pornography. Lots and lots of pornography. Jon is an inveterate and compulsive porn addict, so much so that it prevents him from having a substantial relationship with any female. Jon Martello, in case you missed it, is a total guido from New Jersey, complete with “Jersey Shore “accent.
Jon’s life is all about routine, as writer/director/star Joseph Gordon-Levitt shows us repeatedly like a comedic mantra clipped at a quick rate. Jon screams at retarded Sunday drivers behind the wheel, sweats it out at the gym, bangs all kinds of broads, goes home for family dinner every Sunday and then goes to church to confess his myriad transgressions over and over again. And, just like the bong of an iMac rebooting like a buzzer, he watches endless amounts of porn. But Jon’s life of pulling countless broads is quickly upended when he meets the ultimate “dime” (a ten), Barbara Sugarman (Scarlett Johansson), a princess guidette with a body built for sin, but the morals of a saint (at least by today’s standards).