Thoughts on Scarlett Johansson in “Ghost In The Shell” live-action movie…

I am probably one of the very few who have never seen the “Ghost In The Shell” anime film and I probably should check it out so maybe I’ll rent the movie from Netflix soon. I know there’s gonna be a lot of Scarjo haters slamming her for getting this role but I think it’s a great choice. People accuse actresses like Scarjo and Jennifer Lawrence for starring in everything but that’s just a bunch of bullshit. How come American movie fans haven’t slammed the male actors for getting every role? Double standard? It’s predictable that the more these young actresses star in big films, the more hate they’re gonna get but they don’t give the males the same flak for starring in every role. When men slam these young women getting big movie roles, I think that’s a big sign of jealousy for sure.

Jennifer and Scarjo getting big movie roles lately is well deserved, in my opinion. Keep in mind these two gorgeous ladies didn’t get there overnight. They’ve been acting in film for many years. Back in the days when no one knew who they were.

Scarjo’s been acting in films since she was 9 so she deserves all the big roles.

The critics are also gonna slam this movie that they should get an Asian actress for “The Ghost In The Shell” role but they’re obviously heading into a more American direction. They want “Ghost in the Shell” to be an American live-action version obviously and I think that’s a good idea. The “Ghost In The Shell” character is sexy and has large boobs. Scarjo has that so I think she’s perfect for the role and looking forward to it.

Why do people have to be so opinionated and negative this soon? This is why I go by my own opinion alone ’cause I don’t give a shit what anyone else thinks. I don’t to have to side with popular opinion.


3 thoughts on “Thoughts on Scarlett Johansson in “Ghost In The Shell” live-action movie…”

  1. You’re right. No one says anything about fucking Jeremy Renner being in everything ever since he was in THE HURT LOCKER. While he isn’t a BAD actor, I don’t think he deserves to be in E-V-E-R-Y D-A-M-N M-O-V-I-E. He either needs to stop auditioning, or directors need to stop casting him. Let’s see less of this guy.

    1. Yeah, other actors that appears to be in every movie are look at Johnny Depp and Dwayne Johnson. Nobody yells at them.


      1. Leonardo Dicaprio is another one. I’m sick of seeing him in every big movie too.


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