There is nothing strange, creepy, or inappropriate about John Travolta .— Scarlett Johansson
The most provocative Scarlett Johansson quotes that are life-changing and eye-opening
Contrary to popular belief, I'm not promiscuous.
There does seem to be a mistaken belief out there that I am sexually available somehow which is not to say that I'm not open-minded about sex.
I find beauty in unusual things, like hanging your head out the window or sitting on a fire escape.
I think people today are very cynical.
They need to bring other people down. Reality television and tabloid magazinesnever before did we need to see movie stars taking out their garbage. But all of a sudden, it's front-page newstrying to figure out who's dating whom, all that stuff. Who cares?
It is important to remind young people that peace is the only victory.
I don't think about being sexy, being seductive.
What you don't want to see is somebody trying to be sexy. That's the most unsexy thing.
I am very independent. I can look after myself but I still need a lot of love and care.
I’ve never considered myself a femme fatale as I’ve never seduced anyone and ruined their lives. At least as far as I know.
Being a movie star is a quality that somebody sort of embodies, and being a celebrity is something that people give to you. It has to do with being recognizable, as opposed to something that people recognize in you. I just hope to make good movies. I know that sounds simple, but it's true.
For me, collaborating is a marriage of the minds.
It's two or more people coming together and making an idea come alive. Using their own creative knowledge or creative spirit to make the best version of an idea. To inspire an idea and to challenge it to be better than just one person's vision for it.
I always feel like I have to prove myself as an actor, otherwise you get lazy if you're not slightly terrified that you're going to fail all the time.
SodaStream is a company that is not only committed to the environment, but to building a bridge to peace between Israel and Palestine, supporting neighbors working alongside each other, receiving equal pay, equal benefits and equal rights. That is what is happening in their Ma'ale Adumim factory every working day.
You work hard making independent films for fourteen years and you get voted best breasts.
I believe in finding a soulmate.
It's a required part of your film history to know who Woody is.
His movies are so wonderful, and not just funny but so insightful about human behavior.
I hope they make a video game of me. At least I wouldn't have any cellulite then.
I like taking parts where I'm like: "I don't know how I'm going to do this exactly but I know I can do it." As opposed to doing something where you go: "There's nothing that I can contribute to this."
It's so archaic. It's just, like, bizarre to me. I feel like in 10 or 15 years' time our children are going to look back and say, 'What? You were around when gay people weren't allowed to get married?'
I'd rather go to the White House Correspondents' dinner than any awards show.
I'm all about fashion, cheeseburgers and bright-red lipstick.
I get tested for HIV twice a year.... One has to be socially aware. It's part of being a decent human to be tested for STDs. It's just disgusting behaviour when people don't. It's so irresponsible.
If you have breakouts, it can be really healing, it's a little bit stinky, but if you're not sleeping over at your boyfriend's, it's really effective
As a person in the public eye, I have always felt that if I have the good fortune of being able to shed a spotlight on different causes that I feel passionately about...
Obviously filming and working has consistently been a part of my life.
I've never had a huge break of time when I wasn't working on something or promoting something.
I love road trips, I love driving, I love finding little towns.
I just think it's the best way to travel.
I don't have a Facebook or a Twitter account, and I don't know how I feel about this idea of, "Now, I'm eating dinner, and I want everyone to know that I'm having dinner at this time." or "I just mailed a letter and dropped off my kids." That, to me, is a very strange phenomenon.
I've been fortunate enough to travel with Oxfam several times, and they're always so well organized, so it was a good way to show the kind of work they're doing.
[In London] there was definitely less need to wear my big sunglasses.
Whether people are in America or in Africa, people want to work.
They want to have purpose. They want to provide for themselves and their families. They don't want handouts. They don't want to be completely dependent on their governments - even though there's usually no opportunity for that anyway.
I definitely believe in plastic surgery. I don't want to be an old hag. There's no fun in that.
I don't go to McDonald's anymore. After I saw Super Size Me... no way!
A smile from an attractive woman at a bar very rarely ends up in any sort of sexual encounter. But a man is a fool not to push the suggestion as far as it will go, and he's that man.
I don't think [being monogamous] is a natural instinct for human beings, but it doesn't mean I don't believe in monogamy or true love. I believe in finding a soul mate. Monogamy can be hard work for some people. I don't think it applies to everybody, and I don't think a lot of people can do it.
We are supposed to be liberated in America but if our President [George W.
Bush] had his way, we wouldn't be educated about sex at all. Every woman would have six children and we wouldn't be able to have abortions.
Growing up I never got into comic books at all. I didn't have any inspiration for it.
I never really thought about getting married - it just kind of happened.
It seemed natural, the right thing to do. It was kind of a celebration of the time.
I don't know if I've got swept up. It's so shocking when you hear that Calvin Klein wants you for their new campaign. You're like "who me?". I guess you have to decide where you draw the line between you saying, this is fun, pretty and fabulous, and being over-exposed.
I just don't like the feeling of knowing something that somebody else doesn't.
I’m not telling people where to give money, but if there is to be a spotlight shed on me, then I’d like to direct that spotlight onto causes I think are worthy or onto interesting, progressive figures.
I think you have to protect your private life as much as you possibly can, and, at the same time, find ways to redirect that focus and turn the glare into a positive thing. I don't know how you do it. I don't know how anybody's ever done it.
Actresses get stupid questions asked of them all the time, like, ‘How do you stay sexy?’ or ‘What’s your sexiest quality?’ All these ridiculous things you would never ask a man.
One of the best things for a woman to hear is that she is sexy.
If you open up a magazine and there's a photograph of you with a giant red circle around your thigh, like, look at this cellulite, any person - I don't care what you do - would be mortified. It's no wonder people get crazy about it.
Having visited Oxfam-funded school programs in rural communities has made me realise how vital education is to developing countries in bringing people out of poverty and giving them a sense of dignity, self-worth and confidence.
There are people in America who are absolutely desperate right now, who have no means to support their families, who have no opportunities to better themselves or their education - and they're not that different from the farmers and working-class people that I visited when I went to Kenya with Oxfam.
I would love to work on Broadway, but I don't know that it would manifest itself in musical theater.... I have terrible stage fright that I'd have to get over.
Whenever I'm taking time off, all I'm thinking about is working.
I try to stay fit and eat healthily, but I am not anxious to starve myself and become unnaturally thin. I don't find that look attractive on women and I don't want to become part of that trend. It's unhealthy and it puts too much pressure on women in general who are being fed this image of the ideal, which it is not.
I just adored working with Woody. He was more than I could have ever dreamed of. I'd do it a million times over.
I've always been very focused on my career.
But, it's good to have people [say], "Okay, you need a vacation." "I do? Oh yeah, you're right. I think I do."