Scarlett Jonahsson’s directorial debut – f-ng bad!
Though some people think she’s not the best actress in the world, Scarlett is anyway a better actress than a director.
Vicky Cristina Barcelona bombshell’s directorial debut for New York, I Love You series is described as so “really bad” and “unwatchable” that it goes straight to DVD.
Scarlett Johansson was one of the many people who shot their own segments for the series. Other directors included Natalie Portman [who's well know for her talent for directing] and Brett Ratner.
Scarlett’s segment was shot in black and white and starred Kevin Bacon.
Though the film is basically shelved and Johansson must feel terribly dissed, the film’s producer finds other reasons for slashing but Scarlett’s lack of directorial talent.
The story did not specifically involve an interpersonal relationship, and it was conceptualised to be filmed in black and white – both of which were extreme departures from the other films,” Emmanuel Benbihy said. “Scarlett presented me with an extremely compelling, albeit unconventional, narrative that appeared as though it would not necessarily conform to the overall approach of the entire collective.”
Lame excuse, don’t you think?
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