Relaxing in the makeup chair, Sandra Bullock and Lindsay Lohan have something in common. They both won lead roles in feature films over Scarlett Johansson. Lindsay snagged The Parent Trap while Sandra landed the coveted role of Gravity’s lead. While The Parent Trap was an easy feat, losing the role of Gravity’s lead had to sting for Scarlett. Sandra went on to earn another Oscar nomination for her incredible performance, making it all the more difficult for Scarlett to swallow.
Would you mind taking a seat? It’s no secret that you should never send nude photos to anyone, not even your significant other. Unfortunately, this was a lesson Scarlett Johansson learned the hard way in 2011 when she sent some nude photos to her then-husband, Ryan Reynolds, which ultimately ended up on the internet.
Despite Reynolds not sharing the photos publicly, the culprit who hacked into Johansson’s personal files was eventually caught by the authorities and ordered to pay her $66,000 in damages.
Woody Allen, a renowned filmmaker known for his exceptional work, is not an ordinary person. Despite his dedication and hard work, he rarely felt intimidated by any of his co-stars until he met Scarlett Johansson while filming Match Point. Being in her presence made him feel nervous as he found her to be incredibly attractive and captivating. He even described her as “sexually overwhelming.”
Have you ever heard of an actress not getting a lead role in a movie because she was too beautiful? Well, Scarlett Johansson is one of those actresses. She was turned down for the lead role in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo because the casting directors believed that she was just too gorgeous to play the part.
Scarlett Johansson just got even more lovable when we found out how she developed her skills in crying for her roles. Aspiring to become an actress, she spent countless hours standing in front of the mirror, practicing and honing her technique without any external guidance. Her hard work has paid off, making her one of the most talented actresses in Hollywood today.