Scarlett Johansson’s 10 best films in her 20-year career
Today, November 22, one of the sexiest and most beautiful actresses of our time, Woody Allen’s favorite, Oscar nominee, celebrates her birthday – Scarlett Johansson…
During her more than 20-year career, the star managed to try herself in different roles and successfully starred in historical films, rom-coms, action films and even a horror film. On the actress’s birthday, we remember her best roles!
The end of the 19th century, an era of amazing scientific discoveries. Two illusionists are fighting for public attention and the title of the most successful and powerful. Competition gradually develops into enmity, and in war all means are good. A series of tricks and deceptions lead to a shocking ending.
A drama about fatal and destructive love. The failed tennis player Chris falls in love with the fatal beauty Nola (Scarlett Johansson), but he cannot marry her because she is the bride of his friend, and he himself must become the husband of a wealthy girl, in whose father’s company he works. But the passion for Nole does not fade away and eventually leads to several crimes.
“Lost in Translation”
One of the first serious works of young Scarlett Johansson. The action of the film takes us to a noisy, bustling and sometimes incomprehensible Tokyo, where two lonely (at least in their hearts) Americans meet – an aging television actor and a young blonde. Strange, confused feelings arise between them, in which it is so difficult for them to admit.
“The nanny diaries”
A touching melodrama touches upon the always topical theme of family relationships, love and human selfishness. A young student Annie gets a job as a nanny in a very wealthy family. Soon, the girl sees all the ins and outs of their seemingly ideal life: an arrogant and selfish mother, an indifferent father and a capricious, spoiled child.
“Vicky Cristina Barcelona”
The brilliant collaboration between Woody Allen and Scarlett Johansson has created a stunningly beautiful and atmospheric romantic comedy about two American women on vacation in Barcelona. Of course, the matter was not without great love and Spanish passions. By the way, Scarlett’s company in this film was made up of such stars as Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem.
The 2012 Avengers is part of the acclaimed superhero franchise and is also part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It was the Marvel films that gave us the amazing Natasha Romanoff (aka Black Widow) performed by Scarlett Johansson. A spy and a special agent in a black tight suit and red curls has become one of the sexiest movie heroines in modern cinema.
Thanks to her appearance, Scarlett looks very organically in the role of heroines of the retro era. In the film “Hitchcock”, where we are shown the process of creating the legendary suspense “Psycho”, Scarlett Johansson played the role of the star of the 50s – Janet Lee.
In Luc Besson’s action movie, we saw Scarlett in her usual superhero role, but this time without a latex suit and fiery red hair. Her heroine Lucy was an ordinary girl until she fell into the hands of drug dealers who were going to transport the latest synthetic drug with her help. After a huge dose of the substance enters the girl’s bloodstream, her brain is able to use all its reserves. From now on, Lucy is a unique and invulnerable creature.
“Stay in my shoes”
Jonathan Glazer’s thriller allowed viewers to see Scarlett in a new, unexpected way: a mysterious silent brunette travels around the UK, picking up different hitchhikers, but exclusively men. None of her fellow travelers can imagine how this will turn out for them.
“Another Boleyn One”
One of the strongest and most serious roles of Scarlett Johansson. History is as old as the world: the exorbitant ambitions of their parents push the two young sisters into a rivalry for the favor of the English monarch and the opportunity to become his mistress. Intrigue, confrontation, broken hearts and crippled destinies. Ultimately, of course, it all ends in disaster.
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