Johansson lamented that she is tired of being seen as “wild” or “a slut.” She wants to break boundaries and enjoy talking about passion when she pleases.She also opened up about her support for Planned Parenthood.Scarlett Johansson thinks there needs to be a greater discussion on making health care accessible for all women.While Johansson wants to openly discuss these topics, she still wants to set a good example for her two-year-old daughter, Rose Dorothy.Their “casual” romance has been going on for a while now.Johansson is in the middle of divorcing husband Romain Dauriac.Meanwhile, Jost puts Johansson “on a pedestal — it’s all about her,” said the “SNL” insider.
She claims that it shouldn’t be “taboo” for women to talk about their sex lives.
“Then, when she gets it, she gets bored.” Even before her second divorce this September, from French journalist Romain Dauriac — the father of her 3-year-old daughter, Rose — the actress had fallen in fast with “Saturday Night Live” star Colin Jost, co-anchor of the show’s “Weekend Update.” Page Six first reported that the two were making out at the “SNL” wrap party at the Rockefeller Center skating rink back in May.
Since then, they’ve been spotted in the Hamptons over the Fourth of July and Labor Day, outside the “SNL” season-opener afterparty at Tao in September, and on Oct.
During the marriage, Johansson landed one of the roles that would help make her the highest-grossing actress in the world, Black Widow — signing on in 2009 to play the role in “Iron Man 2,” which would go on to gross more than 0 million worldwide.
Months later, Reynolds announced his own superhero movie, “Green Lantern.” Nonetheless, a publicist in the know told The Post that Reynolds grew jealous of his wife’s career and earnings: “They weren’t on equal footing at that point, and it created tension.” Sources also spoke of Reynolds being disciplined, regimented and highly scheduled, and Johansson being more laid-back and freewheeling, which sometimes led to screaming matches.