Scarlett Johansson is hardly the box-office draw most people thought she would be and unlike Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears, she is a young female entertainer that is able to keep herself out of the tabloids. She’s an actress famous for acting.
When she isn’t making movies with Woody Allen, is apparently going to take to the director’s chair.
Scarlett’s turn will be for the film ‘New York, I Love You’, something of a sequel to the 2007 directorial ensemble effort ’Paris, je t’aime’ in which several directors joined together to direct several short vignettes.
‘Paris, je t’aime’ included helmers such as Joel and Ethan Coen, Wes Craven, Alexander Payne, Alfonso Cuaron, Walter Salles and Richard LaGravenese.