Scarlett Johansson

  • Scarlett Johansson follows Natalie Portman, shows skin for an ad

    This is a great trend, really. Scarlett Johansson was photographed for Dolce & Gabbana’s new Perfectly Luminous foundation in a very seductive yet classy position, which shows her bare back. Examiner describes, “the ad released on Tuesday isn’t just sexy, it’s classy too as it shows how a woman can be suggestive, still command attention and avoid revealing too… More ▸

  • 7 Jewish celebrities who started acting when they were kids

    Yesterday we showed you how adorable (and resourceful) Mila Kunis was as an 11-year-old girl in the unforgettable show “Baywatch.”
    And if Mila did it, there’s no shame, so we decided to dig a little deeper into the wonderful world we call television, movies and commercials of the 1980s and 1990s, and show you other famous Jewish celebrities who had to work their way up to the top of the acting world. Some of them started as a lead in a feature film, others had to use their young acting talents (and raw cuteness, we’re looking at you Sarah Michele Gellar) to promote a burger chain.
    1. Natalie Portman

    Age: 13
    Role: Mathilda Lando in the 1994 French (English-speaking) film “Léon: The Professional.”
    Plot: Portman’s first major role was really serious, actually. She played a seductive 12-year-old girl who smokes cigarettes and comes from an extremely dysfunctional and abusive family.
    What she’s been doing since: Portman continued to have minor roles throughout the 90s, until her breakout role in 1999 as Princess Padmé Amidala in the “Star Wars” prequel trilogy. She later had a few lead roles, including an unforgettable role as Evey Hammond in “V for Vendetta” for which she had to shave her head, and then later won an Academy Award for her role in the 2010 film “Black Swan,” making her one of the most beloved actors in Hollywood, especially among Jewish fans (including this blog). More ▸

  • How to upset Scarlett Johansson in one easy step

    Step one: Take her picture without asking. That’s it. The “Avengers Assemble” star talked to the New Review and said that she can’t stand it when people just take a picture while she is trying to enjoy a private moment with friends or family. “I’m constantly surprised by how rude people are. You’ll be having… More ▸

  • Tssss…. Weekly Sizzle!

    Each week, 6 Degrees No Bacon, the Jewish celebrity blog, brings you the Weekly Sizzle, the five most interesting Jewish celebrity stories featuring commentary from our devoted correspondents. This week’s stories: 1. KISS version of Angry Birds in the making 2. Oprah in Jewish Wonderland 3. Scarlett Johansson uses fashion to support Obama’s re-election 4. Joan Rivers magic (plastic surgery)… More ▸

  • Scarlett Johansson uses fashion to support Obama’s re-election

    A group of fashion designers, singers, filmmakers and other celebrities joined effort to show their support for the re-election of President Barack Obama in 2012, in an event called Runway to Win, which was hosted by ScarJo. Celebrities like Beyonce, Diddy, Russel Simmons, Marc Jacobs, and Diane von Furstenberg didn’t wait for fashion week. They… More ▸