By Caitlyn Becker For Dailymail. Scarlett Johansson spoke candidly about her storied acting career and the growing 'trend' of politically correct casting in a revealing new cover story for As If magazine. The blonde bombshell looked like she stepped out of a time capsule in the bright vintage shoot. Set against a background of oversized modern clip art, Scarlett rocked a variety of retro looks paired with her old Hollywood style coiffed curls. A true lover of her art, the stunner pulled a variety of faces and poses showing her emotional range in the stunning ensembles. If acting paid next to nothing, she revealed, she would still be happy to do it for a living. She admitted, however, that she enjoys the glitzy lifestyle the career affords her. That is the biggest perk.
The year-old actress said marriage is definitely "hard work," and her belief is that being monogamous isn't "natural. You have to choose a path. It changes things. I have friends who were together for 10 years and then decided to get married, and I'll ask them on their wedding day or right after, if it's different, and it always is. It is. It's a beautiful responsibility, but it's a responsibility. Johannsson said she thinks the idea of marriage is very romantic, reports Fox News. I don't think it's natural to be a monogamous person. I might be skewered for that, but I think it's work.
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By Laura Fox For Mailonline. Scarlett Johansson was once again sporting her signature red tresses, as filming for the Black Widow solo movie began at Pinewood Studios. The Hollywood star, 34, had returned to the iconic look to shoot the first scenes on a forest set, despite the film being yet to confirm a release date. As Scarlett arrived on set she was sporting a casual look to film the woodland scenes, with her newly-dyed hair pulled into a half-up half-down style. The Iron Man 2 star was recently confirmed to be reprising her role for the film, after months of speculation and demand from fans that the fan-favourite character appear in her own picture. The first look at filming offers little insight into the film's plot, although a rickety silver caravan and large land rover could also be seen on the set. Fagbenle, 38, was also seen chatting to other crew members on the set.
But it was the black-and-gold gem on the fourth finger of her left hand that was pulling focus. He's got a lot behind that news desk that he's hiding. His elaborate scheme, she continued, "was very personal.