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Sodastream began 12 months with a bang: it joined the Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson as its first “global ambassador” and vowed to consider rivals Pepsi and Coca-Cola in a Super Bowl commercial watched by millions.
Leader Daniel Birnbaum now believes that the focus for SodaStream ought to be on water not the soft drinks. He earned the admission in an interview with The Independent about the ad, that was due to be screened throughout the Super Bowl broadcast but which was banned by Fox because of the Coke and Pepsi references.
Birnbaum told the newspaper: “We made a mistake spending millions of dollars in a Super Bowl commercial to get Scarlett Johansson to say ‘Sorry, Pepsi and Coke’, because people don’t want to drink Coca-Cola; they’re looking for ways to drink more water. That was our mistake and we’re sorry.”
Which in the ad, Johansson speaking : “Like most actors, my job is saving the world. Start with plain water. Add bubbles. Mix in the perfect flavour. Look – a soda that’s better for you and all of us… Sorry Coke and Pepsi”
Black Widow Movie Update: Scarlett Johansson Black Widow in the movie only, why should a Black Widow Spin-Off
Given kickass roles given to this woman, Black Widow is definitely becoming very popular among fans of Marvel past. As the popularity goes, Black Widow is the one just projecting as a leading female superhero.
Obviously, the character isn’t complete with no amazing actress behind the role – Scarlett Johansson. She certainly is able to give life to the character, stealing glances at the audience of many Marvel movies today, leaving long prints that make us want to film her as solo Black Widow. Probably fans should demand Black Widow spin-off. Why?
Scarlett was asked about the possible Black Widow movie. She said:
“You know, there’s always the possibility in this kind of Marvel madness that, you know, anything could happen, and a lot of these spin-offs are really like fan-driven, you know, kind of audience-driven, which is great because if the audience wants it, then you know that it’s built in in a way and people are excited to see it. Not feeding them they’re not into. So if the audience wants something like that and we could really, you know, carve out a great story for her that’s a continuation of what we already know, then I’d be totally for it. I mean, she’s definitely got -the material is there, you know, and I’m, you know, I’m always willing to slip the suit back on and power through it, you know, if people want to see it.”
Scarlett Johansson is being lined up to star in the lead role for the upcoming, big screen adaptation of Ghost in the Shell, which is currently in the works. While some people were unsure whether Scarlett would be interested in taking on the role, it seems that there is a very big incentive for the actress.
It’s now been claimed that Scarlett Johansson will be offered an astounding $10m to take the offer of playing the lead role in the Ghost in the Shell movie, which may be a challenge for anybody to show. It becomes an absolute huge offer for any leading star nowadays, so we’d be very surprised if Scarlett was to turn the offer down, not that she needs the money.
For anyone who’re not really acquainted with Ghost in the Shell, it began as a seinen manga, until then being converted into and anime movie, starting with become a television series. The official description for the new Ghost in the Shell live action movie only reads, “A sci-fi story centered on a cyborg cop’ efforts to lower your a nefarious computer hacker.”
If Scarlett Johansson ended up being to accept the offer of $10m to experience the lead role in the Ghost in the Shell movie, then she’d be playing the character Major Motoko Kusanagi, who is seriously bad ass. Nevertheless there is not one other casting news surrounding the project, it is known that Rupert Sanders is on board to direct the film, in the screenplay that’s been adapted by William Wheeler.