After divorce, Scarlett Johansson ‘plays it all’ with a guy dancing in a new movie

After divorce, Scarlett Johansson ‘plays it all’ with a guy dancing in a new movie

Ignoring the divorce scandal between Scarlett Johansson and Romain Dauriac in recent days, fans of the ‘Marvel action star’ couldn’t help but be excited to see their idol having fun with a hot guy

On March 7, Scarlett Johansson decided to break up with Romain Dauriac after 2 years of marriage. A French journalist recently spoke up and asked the actress to withdraw the petition for the sake of their daughter Rose Dorothy. Up to now, the two sides have not made any further announcements, but according to Hollywood media, this divorce is unlikely to end in silence.
Ignoring all the troubles in her personal life, Scarlett Johansson is still focusing on her increasingly successful acting career. A few hours ago, the movie Rough night (formerly known as Rock that body), in which she plays the main role, released its first trailer and left a strong impression with its super humorous plot and interesting details.

There is one of a kind that few works exploit.
Labeled R (forbidden to audiences under 16 or 18 depending on the country), Rough night (rough translation: When sisters arrive at the dock) revolves around the story of “playing too much and dying” of five girlfriends from college days: Jess (Scarlett Johansson), Pippa (Kate McKinnon), Alice (Jillian Bell), Frankie (Ilana Glazer) and Blair (Zoë Kravitz). During a night of partying and forgetting the way home, the five accidentally caused a hot stripper to suddenly die.

After asking for help from a lawyer, the five girls turned to planning how to deal with the body by creating a fake alibi or moving the body around,… From there, a series of tear-jerking situations occurred when they had to face things that no one could have predicted.
Removing the image of a “female fighter” in the Marvel superhero series, Scarlett Johansson in Rough Night is a fun-loving lady who is ready to do “adult” things with a 6-pack guy. Along with the character Jess played by the mother of one, the four remaining girls in the film also make viewers feel embarrassed but excited by their highly “stimulating” actions and words. Potential filmmaker Lucia Aniello takes on the role of director of Rough Night. The film’s script was written by him and his friend Paul W. Downs. The work is expected to be a combination of the “coolness” of The Hangover and the super-stunning way of handling corpses in Weekend At Bernie’s.

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