Scarlett Brings Her Beauty to Venice and Opens Up About a Possible Switch to Politics
Scarlett Johansson showed cleavage in a black Versace gown to hit the Palazzo del Cinema for the premiere of her new film, Under the Skin, at the Venice Film Festival yesterday. She was joined on the red carpet by her director, Jonathan Glazer, and the film's producer James Wilson, who also accompanied her for a photo call in the morning. Although he was not by her side to pose for photographs, Scarlett took a seat next to her boyfriend, Roman Dauriac, inside the premiere. The movie may be keeping Scarlett busy in the coming weeks because it is also set to premiere at the Toronto Film Festival next week.
Scarlett's clearly focused on her acting career with promotions for her latest film, plus a handful of future projects, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Avengers: Age of Ultron in the line-up. However, she did recently open up about another professional path that interests her in the October issue of Harper's Bazaar UK. Scarlett is known as one of the politically active faces among Hollywood being that she was a public supporter of Barack Obama's recent campaign, and she shed a bit of light on whether she'd ever make a shift to Washington. Scarlett did not immediately shoot down the idea of a possible future in politics, revealing, "Do I imagine myself having a full-on political career? That seems like a stretch. But who knows? I don't limit the possibilities. If I have more time, I may be able to lend a bigger voice to politics. I never close the door on those kinds of things."