But What Scarlett Really Wants to do is Direct!
Above: Johannson fulfilling an "ambition" to star in a Vermeer painting.
According to Ananova, all those creepy flings with sundry Eurotrash are simply backstory, people. Research, perhaps, for her "starlet" second act. Scarlett Johannson has many ambitions -- many, many, many ambitions, publicly declared, many, many, many, ambitions does this woman have -- a respectable European title, for instance; an Oscar; respect from her peers; perhaps, too, the odd completed sexual congress in the elevator at the Chateau Marmont with the comparatively elderly Benicio del Toro -- who knows (The Corsair takes a considerable pause, quietly sipping a 1973 Chateau Le Trehon) ?:
"Scarlett Johansson has spoken about her ambition to become a movie director.
"The 20-year-old Lost In Translation star tells Teen Vogue that she wants to direct 'as soon as possible.'
"She said: 'I'd also love to make a really scary horror movie.'"
(Averted Gaze) And, of course, as prelude, Our Scarlett-Starlet is doing the requisite "Jude Law" in 2005, starring in every other picture:
"Scarlett has several movies due out soon including A Love Song for Bobby Long opposite John Travolta, The Island opposite Ewan McGregor, In Good Company with Dennis Quaid and Woody Allen's as-yet-untitled new movie filmed last year in London.