Scarlett Johansson puts Extra’s interviewer in his place after he asks: Were you able to wear undergarments [under your suit]?
Actresses are asked such INANE, bs, “sexy” questions by male interviewers, thank god she actually calls them out
I love how Jeremy is just cracking up the entire time.
His face in the first one. It’s just so… “Oh god, you are in for it now. I’m just gonna look at my hands while she tears you open.”
My love for Scarlett Johansson just went through the stratosphere.
There is nothing not awesome about this, because not only does she say things that should be said often and more loudly, but Renner’s reaction gives it another layer of win. ScarJo is sick of this shit, and Renner knows you’re really gonna get it now.
You can almost see the words “for fuck’s sake” pop across her face. I bet her and Jeremy had a bet on about if they’d ask her something stupid like that.
I love that face of disapproval she has before she even starts speaking
I love that she tears the interviewer apart indirectly, and then sarcastically gives them a choice - “I’ll leave it up to your imagination,” knowing whatever she tells them cannot match up to them imagining her as a porn star - but makes it well known she’s really annoyed
I hate that the interview might have come out as, ‘Johansson smiled and suggested we imagine whatever we felt “she should or should not have been wearing under the costume.”’
Reporter: I have a question to Robert and to Scarlett. Firstly to Robert, throughout Iron Man 1 and 2, Tony Stark started off as a very egotistical character but learns how to fight as a team. And so how did you approach this role, bearing in mind that kind of maturity as a human being when it comes to the Tony Stark character, and did you learn anything throughout the three movies that you made?
And to Scarlett, to get into shape for Black Widow did you have anything special to do in terms of the diet, like did you have to eat any specific food, or that sort of thing?
Scarlett: How come you get the really interesting existential question, and I get the like, “rabbit food” question?
The respect given to you if you’re a man in the entertainment business, and the respect given to you if you’re a woman in the entertainment business: all perfectly summed up in one idiotically thought out line of questioning.
To match what Emma Stone said
|Emma Stone:||But people do always ask that. They ask who is my style icon, what's the one thing that I can't leave my house without. I'm always like, "My clothes!" I can pretty much leave without anything. It's fine as long as I'm not naked.|
|Andrew Garfield:||I don't get asked that—|
|Emma Stone:||You get asked interesting, poignant questions because you are a boy.|
|Teen Vogue:||It's sexism.|
|Emma Stone:||It is sexism.|