Scarlett Johansson, renowned for her roles in “The Avengers,” recently made headlines when she dispelled the notion of her new movie, “Rough Night,” being confined to the category of a ‘chick flick.’
During the movie’s premiere, Johansson interacted with E! News to address those labeling this comedy masterpiece as a ‘ladies’ movie.’
Expressing amusement, the 32-year-old actress commented, “It seems rather outdated to simply label it as a ‘ladies’ movie.’
We create a more inclusive environment when we appreciate that women are humorous and allow ourselves to discuss controversial subjects.”
Johansson didn’t stop at just redefining the genre of the film. She also shared her views on its bold content, confessing, “I don’t even perceive this movie as raunchy; rather, it’s a bit salty. The script is hilarious, which originally drew me to the project.”
Her co-stars were equally enthusiastic. Kate McKinnon, “Saturday Night Live” star, praised her castmates.
She shared her experience working with Johansson: “She’s naturally hilarious and excellent at improvisation. It’s awe-inspiring to watch her perform comedy and remain so grounded.”
“Rough Night” chronicles the journey of five women reuniting a decade after their college graduation. Their plan?
A riotous bachelorette weekend in a Miami beach house that Jess (played by Johansson) and her college friends have rented. But what was supposed to be an unforgettable night takes a shocking turn when the stripper they hired dies.
This hilarious roller-coaster ride is about female friendships. It delves into adult themes and humor that cater to a broader audience.
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