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Topic - Scarlett Johansson
A seemingly endless movie awards season finally concludes Sunday with the Academy Awards. By now, many of the front-runners have established themselves, but the night's big honor - best picture - remains a dramatic question mark.
Spike Jonze's "Her" and Billy Ray's "Captain Phillips" have earned top screenplay honors from the Writers Guild of America.
Actress Scarlett Johansson gives SodaStream some sex appeal in a controversial spot, Kia revives actor Laurence Fishburne's "Matrix" character Morpheus in its commercial. And cute puppies and kids abound in ads for Cheerios to Anheuser-Busch.
Scarlett Johansson has parted ways with the international charity Oxfam because of a dispute over her work for SodaStream, a company operating in a West Bank settlement that features the Hollywood star in an ad that will air during the Super Bowl.
Oxfam International said Thursday that American actress Scarlett Johansson's support of an Israeli company operating in a West Bank settlement was incompatible with her role as an Oxfam Global Ambassador.
The song written by Charles Wright and performed by him and his Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band in 1971 still resonates in 2014, with Chevrolet the latest company to use the song in a commercial.
Scarlett Johansson has responded to criticism over her new ad campaign for an Israeli company that operates in the West Bank, but she's not pulling out of the endorsement deal.
Oxfam International is criticizing Scarlett Johansson over her new ad campaign for an Israeli company that operates in the West Bank.
Content-conscious viewers might want to be cautious before heading to Spike Jonze's new film, "Her."
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The South by Southwest Film Festival will kick off this March with the world premiere of the new Jon Favreau film, "Chef."
The New Year explodes with dire prophesies for men and women and their mating patterns. If they're correct, or even close to it, the lot of men will not be a happy one — or for the women who love them (and want one of their own).
How often do you check your mobile phone each day? For many Americans, the act is now an instinct as much conscious decision. That notion is central to the high-concept premise of "Her," which cleverly posits a near future in which basically normal people have meaningful relationships with self-aware operating systems.
Who would have guessed that the movie this season with the most heart would be one centered on a ladies' man with a serious pornography addiction?
"Don Jon," actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, confronts head-on the relationships between men, women and our hypersexualized culture and the media that feed it.
Apparently love didn't get lost in translation for Scarlett Johansson, who is engaged to a Frenchman and onetime journalist.