We have always seen big name superstars using their fame to help promote and discuss the issues that are closest to their hearts, and that is exactly what Scarlett Johansson did with her involvement in the Women's March. Scarlett has now opened up about her decision to take part in the Women's March, insisting that it was more to do with gender bias and nothing to do with being Anti-Trump.
Johansson was a guest on the UK daytime television show Lorraine, when she explained to the host, "It’s important to know the Women’s March was not against Trump it was basically a march for women to highlight that we are a very strong force to be reckoned with."
She added, "I think people in general can sometimes forget that their rights are not given, you have to fight for and continue to protect for the rights to your body and equal fair pay and they are important to highlight. The gender bias does exist. We need to stand together to highlight that imbalance. As a woman, as a feminist, as a mother it was important for me to be there."
Away from her personal protests and focusing more on her acting career, fans of the stunning star can soon see Scarlett Johansson appearing in the lead role for the Ghost in the Shell movie, with a supporting cast including the likes of Pilous Asbaek, Rila Fukushima, Juliette Binoche, and Michael Pitt, among others. Ghost in the Shell has been directed by Rupert Sanders and is set to hit the big screen on March 30 in the UK and on March 31 in the US.