For those that are looking to watch a diverse selection of some of the early 2000's finest films, one option is to check out a list of Scarlett Johansson movies. Scarlett Johansson is a young blonde actress of both Danish and Polish descent, and has been a fixture on the Hollywood scene since her breakout role in 2003's Sofia Coppola romantic drama, "Lost in Translation."
"Lost in Translation" is a 2003 movie that stars Scarlett Johansson as Charlotte, a thoughtful and young recent graduate of college. Charlotte by chance encounters older actor Bob (played by Bill Murray) in a Tokyo, Japan hotel where the two begin to develop a strong bond that is centered around their mutual feelings of loneliness, angst, sleeplessness and culture shock as they walk through the bustling and bright streets of Tokyo. The "Lost in Translation" cast also includes Anna Faris, Giovanni Ribisi and Akiko Takeshita.
"Match Point" is a stylish and dark 2005 romantic thriller that was written and directed by Woody Allen. In "Match Point," Scarlett Johansson stars as expatriate American Nola, who is an aspiring actress in London. Irish actor Jonathan Rhys-Meyers portrays a former tennis player named Chris, who has an illicit attraction to Nola that in the end, proves to be fatal. The movie also stars Emily Mortimer, Brian Cox and Matthew Goode.
"In Good Company" is a comedy/drama that came out in the winter of 2005. "In Good Company" stars Dennis Quaid, Topher Grace, Marg Helgenberger and Scarlett Johansson. Dennis Quaid leads the film as frazzled and stressed out Dan, who is a New York City advertising executive that experiences the shock of his life when he encounters his new boss (played by Topher Grace), who is about twenty years younger than him, and also about to start dating his college-aged daughter.
"Scoop" is a lighthearted comedic mystery that, like "Match Point," also was directed and written by Woody Allen. The 2006 Scarlett Johansson movie has a jovial feel to it, and is situated in London, England. Scarlett Johansson portrays eager young college student and aspiring journalist Sondra Pransky who is in London for the summer. Upon receiving a tip for a recently deceased and ghostly journalist (Ian McShane), Sondra sets out to resolve one of the city's biggest mysteries revolving the "Tarot Card" killer. The cast includes a dapper Hugh Jackman, veteran British actor Ian McShane and Woody Allen himself.