Scarlett Johansson is dating a mere mortal. Yes, a regular dude with a regular 9-5 job and goes by the name of Nate Naylor.
Who the hell is Nate Naylor? Read the rest of this entry »
One photo has Scarlett checking out the reflection of her butt in the mirrror. The second is her, on the bed, recording her very ample bosom. Scarlett’s asked the FBI to find out who did this—meanwhile, her loyal fans are trying to do their part in their investigations by taking a very long (and leering) look at the snapshots. (All in the name of science, of course.)
The big question is if the photos are real or photoshopped. For example, the photo of Scarlett on the bed seems to have an odd line right above her collarbone. Is it a necklace? A shadow? A really weird wrinkle? Or is it a sign of really sloppy photo editing?
In any case, Scarlett’s not the first star who’s struggled with digital security issues. Aside from Natalie Portman and Dianne Agron, Vanessa Hudgens and Jessica Alba have comlained that their email accounts have also ben hacked.
Makes you wonder if Hollywood celebs should stick to traditional ways of communicating. Smoke signals, anyone?
Photo credit: compendiamedia.com
Posted by Kate Alvarez as Scarlett Johansson at 10:00 AM UTC on Jan, 28 2010
Most actors-turned-Broadway-stars cannot handle the stage. It’s a reality that theater critics have to deal with. Theater and musical producers usually employ a known Hollywood celebrity for one purpose—to sell more tickets. But do they do a good job? Not really (hello, Ashlee).
When I heard thumbs-up reviews for Scarlett Johansson’s A View From The Bridge, I was pleasantly surprised. If you believe the critics’ reviews, then Scarlett’s acting skills helped bring justice to Arthur Miller’s drama.
“It is the siren call of Catherine’s beauty that drives what Miller intended as a twentieth century American update of an ancient Greek tragedy, the story of a man who loves his niece in the wrong way, and it is the lure of Scarlett Johansson on the stage that makes A View From The Bridge worth seeing,” wrote theater critic Jonathan Mandel.
…for a good cause. To help the victims of Haiti, the 25-year-old actress is auctioning herself—or to be more specific, she is auctioning off the chance for four people (and no, you don’t necessarily have to be a guy!) to meet her at the opening night of her new Broadway play, A View from the Bridge, on January 24 at the Cort Theatre in New York City.
I kid you not! Check out the official eBay entry here.
It’s very simple; the winner of the charity auction gets four tickets, so he/she can bring three other people to meet Scarlett. According to Yahoo!, the proceeds will go straight to Oxfam’s Haiti Earthquake Response Fund.
Last time I checked, the bid was at $2,225. Do I hear a $2,250? Do I hear a $2,300? Going once, going twice…
She is hot and talented – what more can a woman ask for? Scarlett Johansson is expanding her horizons and making her Broadway debut on January 24. She will be starring with Liev Schreiber in Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge.
Scarlett Johansson just married Ryan Reynolds and the picture above shows that the girl is basking in her marriage.
The picture was taken during the benefit for the Michael J. Fox Foundation to find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease.