Last week, Scarlett Johansson caused a stir when she expressed her willingness to work with Woody Allen in an interview, raising a few eyebrows.
Despite sitting with Allen following allegations of molestation towards his adopted daughter Dylan during her childhood, the excitement for the actress at the Toronto International Film Festival remained high. As she arrived for the premiere of her new film Marriage Story at the renowned Canadian movie event on Sunday, she was swarmed by fans.
Star of the night: The center of attention at the Toronto International Film Festival last Sunday was none other than Scarlett Johansson, who graced the premiere of her latest movie Marriage Story.
At the premiere, Johansson made a stunning entrance in a strapless black and white dress with a unique pattern. The dress was short enough to show off her thigh, but had a long panel that fell to mid-calf on one side. She paired the outfit with perspex toe heels that had blue accents and matching pedant earrings. With blonde hair styled in a bun, Johansson revealed her intricate tattoos of roses and lambs, which were low cut at the back of her dress.
In a fashionable display, Johansson arrived at the event sporting a stunning strapless black and white dress. The form-fitting number featured a high hemline and an elegant cascading panel that fell to mid-calf on one side. Johansson’s back was exposed by the low-cut design of her dress, revealing intricate tattoos of roses and lambs. The crowd eagerly awaited her arrival, as Johansson, who was ranked by Forbes as the highest-paid actress of 2019 with a whopping $56 million, was bombarded with fans seeking autographs.
In the movie “Marriage Story”, Johansson and Driver take on the roles of a married couple whose relationship is deteriorating. The film, written and directed by Baumbach, follows their journey through a divorce that spans across the country.
The premiere of the film, featuring Laura Dern, Ray Liotta, and Alan Alda alongside Adam Driver, took place at the Venice Film Festival in Italy on August 29. The movie will be released in selected theaters on November 6 to qualify for awards consideration before becoming available on Netflix starting December 6. Directed and written by Noah Baumbach, the drama follows a couple, portrayed by Driver and Johansson, whose marriage is crumbling as they undergo a coast-to-coast divorce.
The driver of a vehicle graciously took time out of his busy schedule to accommodate fans and even posed for selfies with them. This particular driver, who is 35 years old, had a double duty on Sunday as one of his movies, The Report, also premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The movie is a drama based on a true story, and the actor portrays a government staffer tasked with investigating the CIA’s use of torture during interrogations of terrorism suspects. During the screening, Driver was accompanied by his co-stars Annette Bening and Jon Hamm.
The film made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah in January and is set to hit theaters on November 15th, followed by its release on Amazon Prime on November 29th. The driver, aged 35, had a busy day as he pulled double duty on Sunday when another one of his movies, The Report, screened at TIFF.