Ever since she was sprung into the limelight as a child, Scarlett Johansson’s influence has spread like wildfire. These days, the actress has an extensive list of projects under her belt that stretch her capabilities in all directions, proving that she is one of the most versatile stars in the business.
She’s formed unlikely bonds in foreign lands in Lost in Translation, brought a painting to life in Girl with a Pearl Earring, dabbled in polyamorous relationships in Vicky Cristina Barcelona, practiced her gum-smacking New Jersey drawl in Don Jon, kicked some serious ass in The Avengers and most recently, portrayed a 1950s glamour puss in Hail, Caesar!.And that’s only scraping the barrel of what Scar Jo has achieved in the past few years alone.
The other day, she was crowned as So, what next movies from Scarlett Johansson can we expect to feast our eyes on in the coming years? Find out below!
Release: December 21, 2016
The next movie in Scarlett Johansson’s repertoire will be utilizing her husky voice, just as in the critically acclaimed Her and the most recent Jungle Book, where she slithered around as Kaa.
In Sing, she’s joined by Matthew McConaughey and Taron Egerton in bringing to life the story of a koala called Buster, who turns to his friends to boost the success of his theater by putting on a singing competition. Sound intriguing? Here’s the trailer:
2. Ghost In The Shell
Release: March 31, 2017
Role: The Major
Ghost in the Shell is the we’ve all been waiting for. Despite the the project has received around the world regarding the casting, Scarlett Johansson stars as Major Motoko Kusanagi, a human-cyborg hybrid leading special-ops force Public Security Section 9 in a post-Cyberpunk dystopia. I’m in!
3. Rock That Body
Release: June 23, 2017
We haven’t seen Scarlett Johansson in a comedy movie for a while now, so it’s about time that Rock That Body emerged on the horizon. The actress’s next movie also stars Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell and Ilana Glazer and centers on a group of pals who rent a beach house in Miami for a bachelorette weekend. If The Hangover is anything to go by, it’s pretty much a given that things won’t go to plan.
Which upcoming movie from Scarlett Johansson are you most excited about?