Scarlett Johansson is ending her relationship with a humanitarian group for her support of an Israeli company that is based in the West Bank.
According to a statement released by a spokesperson for Scarlett:
"...a fundamental difference of opinion" with Oxfam International because the humanitarian group opposes all trade from Israeli settlements, saying they are illegal and deny Palestinian rights.
"Scarlett Johansson has respectfully decided to end her ambassador role with Oxfam after eight years," the statement said. "She and Oxfam have a fundamental difference of opinion in regards to the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement. She is very proud of her accomplishments and fundraising efforts during her tenure with Oxfam."
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“I didn’t know Scarlett, but I spent more than a year with the image of her in my head playing this character, She couldn’t not do this.”
“Scarlett is a gorgeous, gorgeous woman, but if you just compare purely physical features, plenty of girls are just as gorgeous,” explains Gordon-Levitt. ”But she creates this extra something. It’s in her walk, her eye contact. The total package is just off the charts.”
And does he even like porn?
“Porn’s fine. I’m aware that it can be hateful toward women. It can be addictive. It can get ugly. But it’s only damaging if you allow it to be."
Scarlett Johansson is revealing some new details about her life and plans for the future in the January issue of Elle UK.
She tells the mag that she has no plans to marry following her divorce from ex-hubby Ryan Reynolds.
“I got married when I was young and it was incredibly romantic and I liked being married, actually,” explains Johansson. “But it is different. It’s hard to put into words. To me, being in a functioning relationship doesn’t mean you have to be married.”
She continues, “I never think about marriage. Is that weird? The only time I ever think about it is when people ask me, ‘Would I get married again?’”
“It’s really not important to me. It has no relevance to me right now, I’m not having kids anytime soon, I’m in a nice relationship, I’m working a lot, and, like I said, it’s not important to me.”
And how people consider her a sex symbol.
“I think any woman who is curvy and wears a gown to an event is, like, super sexualized."
She continues, “I mean, at the time I was 18, 19. I was young. I’ve always been curvy. It runs in the family. Throw on an evening frock and it’s like all of a sudden you have boobs and everyone is like: ‘bombshell!’ Instantly it was: ‘The new Marilyn [Monroe].’”
“I feel like I’ve been transitioning from young woman into womanhood for a very long time,” she reflects. “Now as I approach 30, with the last few years behind me, I feel like growing pains are behind me. It’s just nice to feel happy.”