The 2006 cover of “Vanity Fair” sparked quite the controversy when Scarlett Johanson and Keira Knightly appeared nude while Tom Ford was fully clothed. Many conversations centered around sexism and how women are portrayed in society compared to men. These were fair critiques and raised issues that were often ignored.
With everything going on in the world today, we need to strive to make a better world for everyone. That means listening and learning from tone-deaf mistakes like this “Vanity Fair” cover.
Sixth Time’s a Charm
You know what they say, “sixth times a charm.” We hope that is the case because Scarjo is currently on her sixth man, "Saturday Night Live" head writer Colin Jost. The two made their courtship official in April 2018 when Scarlett brought Colin as her plus-one to the “Avengers: Infinity War” premiere.
They have been public about their relationship ever since, and in October 2020, the two got married in a quiet wedding! They were both thrilled to tie the knot, and we hope this one lasts. If they can get past the three-year mark, We’ll truly believe Collin is Scarlett’s “One.”
No one chooses their nickname; it’s bestowed upon you. But that does not mean you have to like the name. That’s the case for Scarlett Johanson because she hates her nickname, “Scarjo.”
She has publicly announced it as such and says it’s awful. We think we might be able to help. After a quick brainstorm, we came up with a few options: “Scarlejo,” “Scajo,” “ScarlettJo,” “SJ,” or “Scar.” Let us know which is your favorite, and we will send you the invoice later.
Scarlett has a Twin?!
Yes, Scarlett Johanson has a twin! Not an identical twin, but a fraternal twin. His name is Hunter, and no, they do not look anything alike.
The two were born three minutes apart, with Scar holding the title of the older sibling. We are sure she holds it over him as much as she can and uses it to her advantage. We only wish he acted too. It would have made for another great Hollywood brother-sister combo up there with the Gyllenhaals, the Beattys, and the Fondas.
Let’s be Blunt
You might be surprised to hear that Scarlett Johanson was not Marvel’s first choice to play Black Widow. It was Emily Blunt! Scarlett was devastated after being passed over for the job because she wanted it so bad. She even went as far as to dye her hair red before the audition to look more like Natasha Romanoff.
However, on a stroke of luck, Emily had to drop the role due to scheduling conflicts, and subsequently, it was awarded to Scarlett who went on to reprise the role in nine Marvel movies!