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Scarlett Johansson Calls FBI Over Nude Picture Leaks

By BANG Showbiz on September 15, 2011

Scarlett Johansson, nude, naked, leaked, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2011LOS ANGELES – Scarlett Johansson has reportedly called the FBI after alleged nude photos of her were stolen from her cell phone.

One picture appears to show her holding a towel with her butt reflected in a mirror, while another reveals her to be topless lying on a bed both appeared on several websites on Wednesday, leading the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) to be drafted in by 'The Avengers' star.

Scarlett Johansson Calls FBI Over Nude Picture Leaks

By BANG Showbiz on September 15, 2011

Scarlett Johansson, nude, naked, leaked, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2011LOS ANGELES – Scarlett Johansson has reportedly called the FBI after alleged nude photos of her were stolen from her cell phone.

One picture appears to show her holding a towel with her butt reflected in a mirror, while another reveals her to be topless lying on a bed both appeared on several websites on Wednesday, leading the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) to be drafted in by 'The Avengers' star.

Katie Holmes, Daniel Radcliffe Among 2010 Tony Awards Presenters

By Rich King on June 9, 2010

Katie Holmes, Tony Awards, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2010NEW YORK — Katie Holmes, who made her Broadway debut in the 2008 revival of Arthur Miller's All My Sons, is among the newest additions to the list of presenters for the upcoming Tony Awards, organizers announced Wednesday.

Scarlett Johansson to Make Broadway Debut in 'A View from the Bridge'

By Rich King on October 27, 2009

NEW YORK — Scarlett Johansson is headed for the bright lights of New York City.

The 24-year-old actress will make her Broadway debut in a revival of playwright Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge, the show's organizers announced Monday.

Johansson will also star alongside Tony Award-winner Liev Schreiber in the drama, which is set in 1950s America.

Schreiber will portray a Brooklyn longshoreman who becomes obsessed with his 17-year-old orphaned niece, played by Johansson, after she falls in love with a newly arrived Italian immigrant.

Johansson is the latest Hollywood star to head for Broadway, following the likes of Jude law, Hugh Jackman, Daniel Craig, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Katie Holmes and most recently, Sienna Miller.

Previews for A View from the Bridge will begin Dec. 28, with the show beginning a limited 14-week run at the Cort Theatre on Jan. 24.

Last month, Johansson released an album with Pete Yorn titled Break Up. She next stars as the Black Widow in the highly-anticipated Iron Man sequel, due out next spring.

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Scarlett Johannson Talks Body Image, New Album with Pete Yorn

By Alexis Sezar on September 29, 2009

LOS ANGELES — Scarlett Johansson spent countless hours whipping her body into top shape to play the Black Widow in "Iron Man 2," but she was less than thrilled with how the tabloids portrayed her devotion to the highly-anticipated sequel.

"I wanted to do a lot of my stunts and to be believable as this superspy, so I started getting fit and eating well and feeling really good," the 25-year-old actress explains to Glamour. "But then there was this rumor mill cranking out stories that I had lost 14 pounds—I could never lose 14 pounds—and was on some miracle diet. I just thought it was ridiculous. I was working my ass off, but I was doing it on my own terms and certainly through no miracle diet."

Johansson responded to the crash diet claims by writing a response on The Huffington Post.

"I hate seeing these ridiculous articles where [tabloids] guess someone's weight. But they approach it as fact! I'm sick of it as a woman—not just as a person on the other side of it. As a reader. I got fed up," she says.

Johansson says she deals with the pressure to look good in Hollywood by being realistic.

"I can't look at somebody who is 6 feet tall and 120 pounds and say, I'm going to get that body. That's just never going to happen," she explains. "You have to work with what you've got."

The "Lost in Translation" star also dishes on marrying actor Ryan Reynolds last September, admitting that her trip to the altar just felt like a natural step.

"I never really thought about getting married – it just kind of happened," she says. "It seemed natural, the right thing to do. It was kind of a celebration of the time."

While she says not much has changed since tying the knot, Johansson does enjoy the bond she now shares with her husband.

"I think the only difference is that I'm kind of making my own little family now, which is funny. It's like a little bit of a tribe," she says. "You hope that a relationship makes you better, that you learn things about yourself. You've had this one view, and now you have another view. I feel more confident to explore things within myself that I hadn't thought about in the past."

Johansson is currently in the midst of promoting her second album, a string of duets with Pete Yorn titled "Break Up." Johansson had previously worked with both of Yorn's brothers and says she got a random text one day inquiring about a joint album. She laughs when she recalls how Yorn had no idea about her skills outside of acting.

Remembers Johansson: "When I started singing along to the songs he was playing me, he said, 'I'm really happy that you can sing!'"

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