Prince Harry is going on the TV interview circuit and opening up about his estranged relationship with the royal family.
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Scarlett Johansson is getting real about what fans don’t see behind the scenes of blockbuster films.
The 38-year-old actress sat down with Bruce Bozzi for his Table For Two podcast on Tuesday. In the iHeartRadio-produced chat, ScarJo gave a rare, deep look at her career. And she said something that is already turning a lot of attention her way!
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During the duo’s discussion, Johansson spoke about making her film debut as a 9-year-old. Then, through her childhood, she slowly worked her way through the industry. But things changed in 2003 when Lost In Translation sent her career into a trajectory towards superstardom.
She was still a teenager while filming that movie, though. So she recalled how bizarre the experience was to star alongside Bill Murray in a Sofia Coppola film at such young age. ScarJo admitted she “struggled” with that, and the relationship she had to develop on screen with Murray’s character:
Weeks after she finished filming Lost In Translation, her world flipped on its head again.
ScarJo went off to film Girl With A Pearl Earring alongside Colin Firth. And again, she had to grow up very quickly. Recalling this period of her career as a “weird fever dream,” the actress lamented how she had been on the “path of ingénue.” But after working with Murray and Firth (again, as a freakin’ teenager!), that changed almost overnight.
And that brings us to the key quote. ScarJo reflected on the difficulty of figuring out her sexuality in such a public arena:
Now years later, she came to realize how she was “groomed” into those types of sexual, public-facing roles without her even being aware of it at the time:
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Prince Harry is going on the TV interview circuit and opening up about his estranged relationship with the royal family.
The ton is sure to be abuzz about the latest photo from Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. To ring in the New Year, Netflix released a first look at young Lady Danbury, played by Arsema Thomas, for the upcoming Bridgerton prequel limited series from Shonda Rhimes.
Filmmaker Rian Johnson has addressed similarities between his Glass Onion character Miles Bron and Elon Musk, stating that any resemblance between the imaginary tech billionaire and his real-life counterpart is purely unintentional.
The loss of a legend. Iconic soccer star Pelé, widely considered to be the greatest player of all time, died on Thursday, December 29, after a battle with colon cancer. He was 82.
It has been five long years since the release of Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Thankfully, over the past year or so, it feels like the discourse surrounding it has tempered a bit and people aren’t ready to murder each other on social media if you even mention the film. That said, there are still a lot of opinions out there about ‘The Last Jedi.’ And in a recent interview, Rian Johnson is here to at least talk about his intentions with the film, whether or not you believe he was successful.
Rian Johnson recently responded to a theory that Edward Norton's character from Glass Onion is based on Elon Musk. The 49-year-old director discussed the similarities during an interview with Wired published late last week. When asked what his next film might be about, Johnson asked the interviewer for an idea. The interviewer responded, 'The downfall of Twitter?' at which Johnson laughed and replied 'Downfall of Twitter.
The woebegone Cleveland Browns are hoping to goose their social media presence with a touch of Jake Paul magic.
One supposes we’re not helping by running this piece so late—lost in the woods of the end-of-year madness, apologies—but Oscar-winning Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Lelio’s latest drama “The Wonder” is one of the most overlooked films of the year. Currently available on Netflix, in fact, while we move towards the holiday break, if you’re looking to catch up on the profoundly underrated films of 2022—a feature will be running in the new year—Lelio’s “The Wonder” is the perfect catch-up film.
New DC Studios head James Gunn has put yet another upcoming project on ice - a sequel to Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam.Gunn, 56, took over DC Studios with Peter Safran on November 1, and since then there have been a number of controversial decisions such as not moving forward with Wonder Woman 3 and firing Henry Cavill as Superman.There had also been unconfirmed rumors that the studio won't be moving forward with a sequel to Black Adam, which, at least for the immediate future, Johnson, 50, confirmed, in a lengthy message posted to Twitter.However, he also hinted that he may be returning to the DC Extended Universe sometime in the near future, though the timeframe on his return could be many years down the road. Common ground: New DC Studios head James Gunn has seemed to find some common ground with Dwayne Johnson, when it comes to the future of his DC character Black Adam No sequel: There had also been unconfirmed rumors that the studio won't be moving forward with a sequel to Black Adam, which, at least for the immediate future, Johnson, 50, confirmed, though he teased in a lengthy message posted to Twitter that he may be returning to the DC Extended Universe sometime in the near future'My passionate friends, I wanted to give you a long-awaited Black Adam update regarding the character’s future in the new DC Universe,' Johnson began.'James Gunn and I connected, and Black Adam will not be in their first chapter of storytelling.
Dwayne Johnson has taken to social to make it official that he’s heard from DC Studios co-head James Gunn and Black Adam won’t be a part of the first phase of DC’s new plans. “However, DC and Seven Bucks have agreed to continue exploring the most valuable ways Black Adam can be utilized in future DC multiverse chapters.”
Scarlett Johansson hasn’t shied away in recent months from sharing frustrations about being typecast in blonde bombshell roles early in her career. Now, EW reports the actress brought up the topic again on the latest episode of the “Table For Two With Bruce Bozzi” podcast.
Hollywood career, having even been named in the Forbes 100 most influential people list last year.The A-lister has admitted in a recent interview that she was "groomed" into becoming a "bombshell-type" actress, leaving her feeling like she had no escape from such a fate.Scarlett spoke on the Table for Two podcasts on Tuesday, where she touched on her early acting career.The actress used the opportunity to claim that she felt that she was "groomed" as a teenager to become a Hollywood "bombshell".The Black Widow star was only 19 when she was cast as the sophisticated Nola Rice in Woody Allen's psychological thriller Match Point.Having starred in this and movies like Girl With the Pearl Earring and Lost in Translation, Scarlett said she continuously saw herself playing the object of male desire during a time she was trying to cultivate star power in the industry.She explained: "I did ‘Lost in Translation’ and ‘Girl With the Pearl Earring,’ and by that point, I was 18, 19 and I was coming into my own womanhood and learning my own desirability and sexuality."I was kind of being groomed, in a way, to be this what you call a bombshell-type actor."I was playing the other woman and the object of desire and I suddenly found myself cornered in this place.
played so many “provocative” roles when she was young is because she was “groomed” to do so. “I kind of became, like, an ingénue,” Johansson told host Bruce Bozzi in an episode released on Tuesday, December 13. “Young girls like that are really objectified and that’s just a fact, so I think whatever box they’re put into, it sort of sets you on this trajectory for how your life will go. Now, obviously, women really are able to choose their own path,” she said. said that as she got older, she realized she was being typecast, but there wasn't much she felt she could do.
Scarlett Johansson claimed her old management team pressured her into provocative roles. During an appearance on iHeartRadio’s Table for Two podcast with Bruce Bozzi on Tuesday, the Black Widow star recounted being “groomed” into “bombshell” acting roles early in her career. “I kind of became, like, an ingénue,” Scarlett recalled, via Page Six.
Two months after claiming she was 'pigeonholed' as 'hypersexualized' early in her career, two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson now says she was 'groomed' in as a teenager to become a Hollywood 'bombshell.''I think it was because of that trajectory I had been sort of launched towards - I really got stuck,' the 38-year-old former child star said in the new podcast Table for Two on Tuesday.'I was kind of being groomed, in a way, to be this what you call a bombshell-type of actor.' Choices: Two months after claiming she was 'pigeonholed' as 'hypersexualized' early in her career, two-time Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson now says she was 'groomed' in as a teenager to become a Hollywood 'bombshell' (pictured November 2)Scarlett was only 19 in 2004 when she began her role as the older, more sophisticated, and sexy Nola Rice in blacklisted director Woody Allen's psychological thriller Match Point.In his 2020 memoir Apropos of Nothing, the 87-year-old filmmaker wrote that Johansson was 'not only was she gifted and beautiful, but sexually she was radioactive.'The native New Yorker's character is murdered with a shotgun by her lover (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) after confessing she became pregnant during their torrid affair in the morally-bankrupt movie.Scarlett said 'playing the other woman and the object of desire' left her feeling 'cornered in this place like I couldn't get out of it.' The 38-year-old former child star said in the new podcast Table for Two with Bruce Bozzi (L) on Tuesday: 'I think it was because of that trajectory I had been sort of launched towards - I really got stuck.
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We haven’t had a proper feature film from filmmaker Jonathan Glazer (“Sexy Beast”) since his gritty sci-fi thriller “Under The Skin” from 2013. That acclaimed film starred Scarlett Johansson as a seductive alien in human form, kidnapping and killing men in Scotland by using her feminine charms to lure them at night.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new Netflix series.The first three episodes dropped on the streaming platform this week and the remaining three will air next week.In what has been shown so far, the couple talk about their life in the Royal Family, press intrusion, racism and their relationship.Prince Harry spoke out about the ‘racist undertones’ and ‘outright racism’ in the press that was directed at his wife.He claimed that the Royal Family didn't understand why Meghan needed to be protected from the media and paparazzi intrusion.He went on to say that the Palace urged them to not to say anything in response to stories written about them.Tina Turner says son Ronnie 'left the world too early' aged 62The Duke of Sussex said: “So, it was almost like a rite of passage, and some of the members of the royal family were like: ‘My wife had to go through that, so why should your girlfriend be treated any differently? Why should you get special treatment? Why should she be protected?’”"I said, ‘The difference here is the race element'."The couple are expected to go more into depth about their time in the Royal Family when the new episodes are released, but Ulrika Jonsson already believes it's "a step too far".Sharing her opinion in her column with The Sun, she said: "Harry and Meghan’s public denouncement and criticism of (mainly) the Royal Family is a step too far, even for a diehard, objective, hard-boiled family expert like me."I guess it’s because they’re not imparting their honesty directly to the people concerned."They’ve instead chosen to take the far more financially beneficial option of speaking their truth to Netflix."If only that was an option for all of us.
Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum were spotted shooting scenes for their upcoming Space Race film on Thursday. The Black Widow star, 38, and the Magic Mike heartthrob, 42, both donned 1960s wardrobes as they the worked on a sunset pier in Tybee Island, Georgia.The A-list actors were a striking pair as they fully inhabited their characters, making this the latest glimpse of their prestige project. Prestige project: Scarlett Johansson, 38, and Channing Tatum, 42, were spotted shooting scenes for their upcoming Space Race film on Thursday Secretive film set: Details about the prestige project are few and far between, but the central story is rumored to be set during the space race of the 1960s.