Covering part of her face with a small bag, Scarlett Johansson was caught running errands in Paris, France with boyfriend Nate Naylor on Friday (August 31).
The “Avengers” actress sought to blend in in a white sleeveless top, black shorts, and navy tennis shoes while wearing her hair pulled back. Her beau hung back, carrying the items they’d just picked up in a white polo shirt, navy shorts, and flip flops.
In the May issue of Vogue, the 27-year-old former wife of actor Ryan Reynolds opened up about her new relationship. She spoke about how the advertising exec is adjusting to the spotlight. “It must be very strange for him. It’s totally bizarre. It’s an adjustment—I mean, it’s got to be an adjustment for him way more than it was for me at nineteen. But he’s really remarkably good about it.”
And Scarlett admits to being happy in her life and relationship for the moment, saying, “Yeah, everything’s been really great right now. It’s been a good time. I’ve had peace. Relative peace. I just want to work on things that are really hard, and when I’m not working on things that are really hard, I want to hang out with people I like to be with, and that’s it.”
She’s fresh off of reprising her role as Black Widow in the ultra-successful superhero film “The Avengers,” and Scarlett Johansson has followed up her theatrical goof fortunes by covering the September 2012 issue of Easy Living magazine.
The 27-year-old actress looks simply stunning in a Prada dress with Van Cleef & Arpels earrings for the Mario Testino shot front page while dishing about everything from relationships and the downside of fame to her adoration of the Big Apple.
Highlights from Miss Johansson’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Easy Living!
On her love of NYC:
“I love New York. It’s beautiful and challenging. So inspiring. I could stay out all night, until the sun comes up. I was born and raised here. It’s home.”
On feeling older than she really is:
“I feel like I’ve lived a long time already. I’ve always been around older people. As a kid on set, I was always the youngest.”
On relationships and marriage:
“Falling in love and getting married… It’s nice to know you’re capable of loving somebody in that way. I always think I can figure everything out. Realizing that – if you are with the right person, they can help you out – can be hard. Relationships are complicated.”
On the downside of stardom:
“I don’t like to complain about it, but it was a strange transition to go from being an honest been recognizable. People are either really lovely your chair of the rude. It’s quite shocking when people are following you, bothering you in the bathroom, in the middle of a meal. It’s like the aero of decency is gone.”
On not describing herself as the sex goddesses:
“It’s easy to label an actor who’s played sexually charged characters as a sex-symbol. It’s wonderful for people to think you’re attractive but it’s not something that defines me. Maybe that sounds… This is probably an annoying thing to say. But I’s like to think that I have more interesting defining qualities as an actor.”
It’s a big week for Scarlett Johansson – not only is her new film “The Avengers” hitting theaters on Friday, but today (May 2) she received her very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The “In Good Company” chick looked thrilled as she took to the podium at the ceremony located on Hollywood Boulevard while joined by her superhero co-star Jeremy Renner.
In a recent interview, Scarlett discussed the honor of being given the star, and how it came to be. “I don’t know, actually. I think you’re nominated. There’s a committee… and, I guess, they nominate you and then you receive a star, which is very exciting for me. I was totally thrilled, of course, because I feel very nostalgic about that kind of thing. It’s a wonderful tradition and I felt like I finally made it. I really did! I was, like, ‘Wow! I’ve been in the industry for twenty years and I’ve worked since I was a kid.’ It felt like a big milestone.”
As for her ‘neighbors’ on the Walk of Fame, Ms. Johansson replied, “No, I’ve no idea. I’m hoping not be outside one of those horrible shops on Hollywood Boulevard somewhere. I don’t know how it works. But I’ll find out, I guess. I’ll be on the pavement with my hands and everything. It’s funny.”
Though she always looks flawless in every outfit we see her in, Scarlett Johansson explained that she’s just like every other woman when it comes to body insecurities.
In an interview with ITV1′s Daybreak morning show in the U.K. earlier this week (April 24), the blonde beauty spoke about her intense workouts to get into her body hugging Black Widow cat suit in “The Avengers,” saying, “First of all, every woman has body worries. I’m not exempt from that, but beyond part of the by-product of spending that much time in the gym is that you can fit into a cat suit.
Although the payoff of fitting into the sexy outfit is reason enough to work out, Johansson explained that the physical activity also helped her in performing her own stunts in the action-packed new film.
The 27-year-old actress said that working with stunt-double Heidi Moneymaker was “a lot of training and dedication,” but it all paid off in the end, expanding, “It hurts and it hurts and then suddenly it doesn’t hurt, and you’re getting it right, and it’s a great moment – you feel like you’ve accomplished something big.”
The Joss Whedon directed comic book-based film also stars Robert Downey Jr, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, Stellan Skarsgard, Cobie Smulders and Samuel L. Jackson.
Pumping up the worldwide anticipation for the latest super hero film, “The Avengers” stars joined together for a photo call in Rome, Italy on Saturday (April 21).
Among those on-hand at the De Russie Hotel venue included Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo and Tom Hiddleston.
Set to hit theaters Stateside on May 4th in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D formats, “The Avengers” finds “Nick Fury of S.H.I.E.L.D. bringing together a team of super humans to form The Avengers to help save the Earth from Loki and his army.”
Meanwhile, the Italian press event comes as the Joss Whedon directed sci-fi action film has just debuted two new teaser clips featuring The Hulk and Captain America – with both available to be watched below!
Bringing her glam self to the red carpet, Scarlett Johansson dazzled at the Hollywood premiere of “The Avengers” on Thursday night (April 11).
The 27-year-old worked the El Capitan Theater venue clad in a fitted, black Versace dress paired with with black heels and an updo hairstyle.
Talking with E! News during the film screening festivities, Miss Johansson was asked to share her super power, to which she interestingly replied, “Muffin baking.”
Explaining further, Scarlett dished, “I can make blueberry, banana chocolate chip…it’s like a superpower, just more fattening, I guess.”
As for getting the chance to play Black Widow again, Johansson recently told Total Film, “I love her. So putting on the outfit is like, “Ah, the old familiar friend.’ You have all this history to fall back on.”
With her new movie “The Avengers” set to hit theaters on May 4th, Scarlett Johansson amped up promotions by landing the cover of the May 2012 issue of Flare magazine.
The 27-year-old actress looked elegant for the Alexi Lubomirski shot front page while opening up about topics such as her new D&G campaign and red carpet style choices.
Highlights from Miss Johansson’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Flare!
On working with Terry Richardson for her latest Dolce & Gabbana campaign:
“In the past those images were incredibly glamorous and had a movie star feeling to them and I think this campaign will be more intimate and natural, more like myself as opposed to a glamorous character that the boys had in mind. That kind of Anna Magnani sort of character. It’s more modern, less golden age of Hollywood.”
On her personal off-duty style:
“I don’t really wear a lot of colourful things. I wear a lot of grey and black. I love grey and navy.”
On dressing for the red carpet:
“I think it’s nice on the red carpet to wear things that are colourful just because I think there are more options. You can take more of a risk I suppose with colour on the red carpet.”
On her red carpet style for The Avengers:
“I’m the only girl in the film so I’m obviously going to be more aware that I’m surrounded by a bunch of suits. Everybody is going to be wearing black and grey and it will be nice to add femininity and some female sex appeal to the lineup. I think I’ll steer clear of the tuxedo.”
On experimenting with design:
“I like to design things. I think it’s fun and I love clothing, but I don’t think design is my total forte. It’s something that requires a lot of time. If I ever did anything like that I would want to be behind it one hundred percent and I don’t have the time for it. My brain is not in fashion in that way.”
On designer collaborations:
“I’ve been very fortunate that I’ve worked with designers that are also good friends of mine. For different events, whether it’s for the Oscars or the Met ball, I’ve worked with Dolce & Gabbana to design stuff as well as my friends Roland Mouret and Stella McCartney.”
With her new movie “The Avengers” set to hit theaters on May 4th, Scarlett Johansson churned up promotions by taking over the cover of the April 5, 2012 issue of Grazia.
The 27-year-old actress looked picture-perfect as she posed for the Cliff Watts shot front page while opening up to the French publication about her split from ex-husband Ryan Reynolds.
Highlights from Miss Johansson’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Grazia!
On her fizzled out marriage with Ryan Reynolds:
“Relationships are complicated. Being married is a living process, every moment. I think I was not fully aware of the peaks and valleys … I was not ready to hunker down and do the job. We were both very busy. We spent much time apart. It was difficult.”
On the positives and negatives to her separation:
“I miss not having a partner, a confidant, but it’s pretty exciting to have more time to learn and know myself better.”
On not regretting her marriage to Reynolds:
“It seemed like a very romantic thing to do, and it was. It was even the best thing I’ve ever done.”