“Scarlett Johansson Rocks 90s-Inspired Look with Cruella de Vil-esque Hair and Nose Ring in W Magazine Shoot”

Scarlett Johansson, famous for her effortless blonde locks and timeless fashion sense, has undergone a complete makeover for W magazine’s 40th anniversary cover. The actress is almost unrecognizable as she dons a hauntingly beautiful gothic look, perfect for the spooky season. Despite the drastic change in style, Scarlett still proudly shows off her stunning curves.

Scarlett Johansson has taken on a goth-inspired look for the 40th anniversary edition of W magazine. Her transformation is remarkable, featuring two-toned black and white hair, styled similarly to Cruella de Vil, along with a nose ring. The actress’s appearance is further enhanced by heavy wing-tipped eyeliner, bold red lipstick, and several diamond rings on her fingers. She pulls off a sultry look in a Dolce Gabanna silk lace dress that reveals her cleavage, which she pairs with a matching bodysuit.

In a dimly lit bar, the gorgeous actress flaunts her timeless fashion sense and effortlessly beautiful blonde hair. The renowned photographer Steven Klein captures her intense gaze as she sits with a glass of whiskey on the rocks in front of her. Scarlett’s wrist tattoo is also visible in the stunning photo, which was done earlier this year. The tattoo is a loving tribute to New York City, depicted as a bracelet with a charm that reads ‘I Heart NY.’

Scarlett has landed a new role on the cover of a magazine, coinciding with the end of filming for her latest project, Hitchcock. During her interview, the actress delves into the 90s and expresses her distaste for turtleneck sweaters, which were all the rage during that time. Despite their practicality, she finds them “horrible” and claims that even men don’t like them. In fact, Scarlett jokingly remarks that the only thing men want around their necks is her hands.

The iconic shower scene from the 1960 suspense/horror film, which won Janet Leigh a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Marion Crane, is reenacted by the actress in her role. Scarlett also shared that her top pick from the 90s is Jurassic Park.

The November issue of the fashion magazine features Scarlett on its cover. She recalls her experience watching Jurassic Park and how she believed it would happen in real life. She also talks about her favorite comedian, Chris Farely, and how his death affected her. W magazine celebrates its 40th anniversary this November with Scarlett, Keira Knightley, Mia Wasikowska, and Rooney Mara as alternative cover features. Scarlett recently completed filming for her new movie Hitchcock, where she portrays Janet Leigh, who played Marion Crane in the iconic shower scene of the 1960 suspense/horror film.

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