W Magazine’s Best Performance February issue featuring Scarlett Johansson which will be released on February 4th. Johansson who is looking stunning on the cover of W Magazine’s Best Performance issue.
The 35-year-old actress can be seen wearing a white dress and sitting on a black couch on the cover page. The stunning Johansson’s eyes reflect absolute confidence in the frame. She shared a number of anecdotes about her filmography journey till now.
“When I was 9 years old, Laurence Fishburne said to me, ‘Do you want to be an actor or do you want to be a movie star?’ I didn’t know what the difference was,” Scarlett Johansson, who stars in Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit, says. Read more, here. https://t.co/v52zGk9jOz pic.twitter.com/32WVwWjqOj
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She shared which actors and films inspired her to start this career. Her descriptions suggest how she was influenced by the looks, acting, and attire of the greats. She said, “I wanted to be Judy Garland! I saw adult things at way too young an age. I watched Chinatown when I was 9. Patrick Swayze was my biggest crush. He still is. And David Bowie in Labyrinth. They opened my eyes to sexuality! Whoa! They both looked great in extremely tight pants.”
She also shared an incident from her childhood that helped her identify the differences between being an actor and a star. It was a discussion with Laurence Fishburne that made things clear to her. She realized that being a movie star is definitely different from being an actor and to be a good actor one needs to keep pushing further and challenge oneself.
“When I was 9 years old, working on a film called Just Cause with Laurence Fishburne, we were traveling on a plane somewhere for the film, and he said to me, ‘Do you want to be an actor or do you want to be a movie star?’ I didn’t know what the difference was. I felt like, You can be both, right? And I realized then that you have to keep pushing further and further to stretch yourself to uncomfortable places. If your end goal is to be a movie star, well, that’s different than acting.”
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