Scarlett Johansson was awarded $3,400 in damages this week stemming from a lawsuit she filed against French author Gregoire Delacourt, whose 2013 novel The First Thing We Look At features a character who bears a strong resemblance to Johansson and is treated like "a sex object," The Associated Foreign Press reports.
[WARNING: This story contains major spoilers from Tuesday's episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Read at your own risk!]
Those who thought Jasper Sitwell running off to Lemurian Star in last week's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was the ABC series' idea of a crossover with Captain America: The Winter Soldier were sorely mistaken on Tuesday night. In truth, the implications of how Marvel's latest blockbuster will affect the TV offshoot run much, much deeper.
In keeping with the film's big twist...
Scarlett Johansson believes it was "irresponsible" for Woody Allen's adopted daughter Dylan Farrow to name actors and actresses in the letter Farrow published last month that accused Allen of molesting her when she was a child.
"I think it's irresponsible to take a bunch of actors that will have a Google alert on and to suddenly throw their name into a situation that none of us could possibly knowingly comment on," Johansson, who was one of the actresses Farrow mentioned by name, tells The Guardian. "That just feels irresponsible to me."
Get ready to hear the pitter patter of little ScarJo feet!
Scarlett Johansson is expecting her first child with fiancé Romain Dauriac, E! News reports.
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The Avengers actress and...
After being called out for complacency in Dylan Farrow's open letter, Cate Blanchett has responded to the allegations that Woody Allen sexually abused his daughter.