Scarlett Johansson Vanity Fair

Scarlett Johansson is the queen of the December 2011 American edition of Vanity Fair! These days are leaking out the December issues of fashion magazines and I think these numbers, such as those of January are the most important and the choice of the cover and the girl to put on it, it is very important! Scarlett Johansson is the woman chosen by Vanity Fair that was organized a photo shoot and a fantastic interview.

Scarlett Johansson is beautiful and very romantic in the new issue of Vanity Fair December 2011, shots were made ​​by the excellent Mario Sorrenti, fashion photographer beloved by celebrities and fashion houses. The beautiful Scarlett Johansson indulges in many statements. Meanwhile talks about botox and obsession with physical appearance: “I find the hypocritical attitude of the cheap minidress: the first link you the spotlight on him, point out the imperfections, your alleged defects, and then criticize you because you tried to fix them.” He adds: “I’m not afraid of growing old: for now I consider it a natural process. Apart from that I do not know, I do not think I will ever want to make me stretch, however, do not judge and do not discriminate those who do. I do not find there’s nothing wrong.

I consider it a personal choice. Frankly I do not understand why the media are so obsessed with finishing touches. If a person looks good, I do not I’m going to ask why. Who cares what you do? “. In fact did not have a point though, sometimes, the star is ruining the face to force pinprick and it is normal that these things are noticed. In the interview the actress to Vanity Fair also speaks of the photographs it was made ​​by alone and when he was in the bathroom trying to pull away from its best angles, said that he had made ​​to then-husband Ryan Reynolds which gave the final divorce him after a dark period seems to be recovering with Blake Lively though! Scarlett Johansson will soon be at the movies with the new film “we Bought a Zoo-we Bought a Zoo” which will arrive in theaters before Christmas, but we must wait to see him in March.