I’ve updated the gallery with over 100 photos of Scarlett attending the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday evening (hard to believe it was 48 hours ago!). I really love this look for her, and I think it’s a more fitting representation of her overall red carpet style as opposed to the red carpet dress she wore for the awards.
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2017 > Vanity Fair Oscar Party
I’ve added some gorgeous photos of Scarlett (in a Azzedine Alaïa dress) attending last night’s 89th Annual Academy Awards, where she presented the Best Original Song category. More and more photos are coming in, so I’m hoping to be sharing further additions with you very soon-apologies for the delay in getting these ones added.
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2017 > 89th Annual Academy Awards – Backstage and Audience
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2017 > 89th Annual Academy Awards – Red Carpet
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2017 > 89th Annual Academy Awards – Show
I’ve updated the gallery with some new photos of Scarlett in attendance at last night’s 19th Annual amfAR New York Gala–looking absolutely gorgeous as she and Donatella Versace were each honored with the Award of Courage for their contributions to raising awareness about HIV and AIDS. Over 300 photos from the event have been added, so be sure to take a look.
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2017 > 19th Annual amfAR New York Gala – Cocktail Reception
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2017 > 19th Annual amfAR New York Gala – Red Carpet
If you haven’t already, be sure to head over to the gallery and take a look at the first images released from Scarlett’s gorgeous cover story for the March issue of Marie Claire. Enjoy!
Photoshoots & Portraits > Photoshoots in 2017 > Session 001 – Marie Claire
MARIE CLAIRE – In 2015, Scarlett Johansson was presenting at the Oscars, walking the red carpet in an emerald Atelier Versace gown and a dramatic matching Swarovski necklace. But she was more concerned with another accessory. “I had to bring my breast pump, because I was nursing and every ounce is like liquid gold,” says the actress, who had given birth to her daughter, Rose, five months earlier. After the ceremony, she reunited with it in the company of mutual friends Kelly Ripa and her husband, Mark Consuelos, but not for long.
“Somehow, Mark got ahold of my breast pump—in a bag with all the milk, ice packs in there, and shit. He grabbed it out of my hand,” Johansson recalls. He was just trying to help, she explains, “but our cars got separated. Apparently, Kelly looked over, and she was like, ‘Wait a minute—is that Scarlett’s breast pump? We’ve got to get it back!’ because she knew how panicked I would be. We finally ended up at the same party three hours later, and Mark was like, ‘I’m so sorry.'”
Johansson, 32, laughs her throaty laugh and takes a sip of rooibos tea. Sitting with her in the Gotham Lounge at The Peninsula hotel in Manhattan, it’s hard not to feel a sense of kinship. Minutes ago, I was pumping in the hotel bathroom—she told her story in solidarity. “It’s very humbling,” she says of motherhood. When I absentmindedly shift around my maternity bra, she asks, “How’s your boobs? Are they square? That was always my favorite.”
For someone who has spent the past several years playing a superhero in Marvel’s Avengers franchises, Johansson is refreshingly human. “Sorry I look like such a hobo,” she says. Having just wrapped a USO tour with stops in Turkey, Qatar, and Afghanistan, the actress arrives with a stuffy nose, wearing Levi’s jeans, large-frame glasses, Adidas Superstars, and a Yankees cap. She looks more like your cool girlfriend than a movie-star goddess. But don’t be fooled: She is the latter.
On the controversy surrounding her casting as the lead in Ghost in a Shell: “I certainly would never presume to play another race of a person. Diversity is important in Hollywood, and I would never want to feel like I was playing a character that was offensive. Also, having a franchise with a female protagonist driving it is such a rare opportunity. Certainly, I feel the enormous pressure of that—the weight of such a big property on my shoulders.”
On being the highest-grossing actress in Hollywood history: “Just because I’m the top-grossing actress of all time does not mean I’m the highest paid. I’ve had to fight for everything that I have. It’s such a fickle and political industry.”
On being reluctant to discuss the wage gap: “Some people felt I should talk about my personal struggle in order to shed a spotlight on the greater issue. Maybe I’m being presumptuous, but I assumed it was obvious that women in all positions struggle for equality. It’s always an uphill battle and fight. My experience with my close female friends and family is that the struggle is real for everybody. Everyone has been discriminated against or harassed—sexism is real.”
On her daughter watching her in movies: “I don’t think she’s allowed to see any of the movies I’ve made, other than Sing. I’ll be happy when she’s old enough to show her movies where I kicked some a**.”
On no subject being off-limits with her friends: “I want to talk about what’s happening with your vagina. I want to know why it hates you or whatever. I want to compare and contrast notes. I want to talk about sex and all that stuff.”
On celebrities being vocal about politics: “[I believe] that it is really important to hear people in various positions of power voice their opinions, their story. Why not? Why can’t I have the voice? Why can’t I use my platform? What’s the point of having it if you don’t use it? If you don’t want to get involved, please, the noise is loud enough. But if you’ve got something to say, say it.”