She’s crossing her finger for awards season glory with her two upcoming releases Jojo Rabbit and Marriage Story. And Scarlett Johansson was attending the Jojo Rabbit photocall on Sunday, opting for a low-key outfit to promote the World War II comedy at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles. The 34-year-old actress kept her look super simple, teaming a red T-shirt with a pair of blue skinny jeans.
She added a touch of glamour to her outfit thanks to a sparking of shimmering heels and sported asymmetrical gold earrings. Scarlett stayed true to the casual vibe with her hair and make-up look, wearing her blonde bob down loose and added a slick of pink lipstick. The actress displayed her collection of tattoos as she played with her hair during the photocall.
Visible was her Avengers logo tattoo, an A superimposed with a six, which she shares with the main cast from the superhero franchise. Robert Downey Jr. previously told Entertainment Weekly: ‘Five of the original six Avengers got a tattoo. And the sixth was the tattoo artist, who gave it to five of us, the one who opted out being Mark Ruffalo.
‘It was Johansson’s idea, and she and [Chris] Evans did it in New York. Then, their New York guy, Josh Lord, who is amazing, flew out to Los Angeles, he did me, did [Jeremy] Renner, and then we just bullied [Chris] Hemsworth into doing it, and he got it’.
Scarlett also showed off her huge sparkler ring following her engagement to Colin Jost earlier this year.The 11-carat egg-shaped light brown diamond, which is believed to be the work of Taffin’s James de Givenchy, is estimated to cost around $400,000.
The couple first met in 2006 on the set of SNL, when Jost was a writer and Johansson was a celebrity guest host. They weren’t romantically linked until over a decade later in 2017, when they were spotted making out at the sketch show’s season finale party.
Scarlett’s new film Jojo Rabbit is a comedy of age comedy about lonely 10-year-old German boy Jojo ‘Rabbit’ Betzler (Roman Griffin Davis) during World War II. His worldview gets turned upside down when he discovers his single mother (Scarlett) is hiding a young Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their attic.
The only person he feels he can trust and count on is his imaginary friend, an idiotic version of Adolf Hitler (Taiki Waititi). Despite dividing critics with its satirical take on Nazi Germany, the film picked up the People’s Choice award at the Toronto International Film Festival, which is seen as a solid predictor of Academy Awards chances.
Every recipient of the prize has picked up a Best Picture Oscar nomination in recent years, with last year’s winner taking home the gong. Jojo Rabbit hits theaters in the US October 18. Elsewhere, Scarlett has been making waves in her upcoming drama Marriage Story, set for release in December. Johansson plays Nicole, a mother who is in the midst getting a divorce, in the Noah Baumbach movie.