Scarlett Johansson Invites Woman Who Looked Just Like Her To Film Premiere

Entertainment | By Cole Damon | February 19, 2018

Scarlett Johansson is arguably the most perfect woman on earth. She has that perfect hour glass figure without all the botox injections, and what's more is the fact that she is so down to earth and humble. Scarlett Johansson, in act of humbleness and kindness, invited a woman who looked just like her to Film Premiere, let's just say, she won the internet by her actions.

How did this happen?

A reddit user uploaded an image of his grandmother when she was 22 years old. The beautiful woman in the picture is called Geraldine and she has an uncanny appearance to Scarlett Johansson! She must have been quite a catch back in the day.

Johansson was flooded by messages

Because Scarlett Johansson herself is not an active redditor, when Geraldine's image went viral, the young starlet began to receive a flood of images about the bizarre and uncanny resemblance to the now 72 year old woman who is not a grandmother.

Then Johansson released a video

When Johansson saw the picture herself, she was pleasantly surprised. IT was not photoshopped or edited through any means at all. So she released a video in a direct message to Ms Geraldine. Her words were, "Holy crap'.

A meet up

Scarlett Johansson then proceeded to invite the 72 year old grandmother to a meet up and dinner. "I saw that you were 'drunk as skunk when taking that photo and I would love to see your drunk face." Said Scarlett.

All the costs are to be paid for

Scarlet Johansson then offered Geraldine something even more amazing. "I will cover all of your hidden costs. I will see you at the bar. Be there or be square!" She ended the video with these pleasant words.

When the reddit user, denverjoe, saw the video he promptly shared it with his grandmother. He claims his grandmother was, 'literally jaw dropping dumbfounded' by the invitation she received from Scarlett Johansson. We know we'll be dumbfounded!

"Grandma's down for that!"

The redditor responded by, "We are so taking her up on the amazing offer. My grandma can get down!"

It is clear by these words that denverjoe was appreciative of this kind gesture by a mega star.

Scarlett is a mega star

Scarlett Johansson is a mega star in the truest sense of the word. She started out as child actress and slowly climbed her way to the top. She probably never could have anticipated that she would one day be at the top of her game.

How she rose to popularity

Although Scarlett was very popular before the shooting of The Avengers, she became an instant household name after playing Black Widow in the popular movie. She has starred in consecutive block buster hits which have raked in billions.

Black Widow movie

At the time of this article's writing, Scarlett Johansson is rumored to star in her very own Black Widow movie and the internet just can't get enough of that. Her upcoming movie is currently the untitled Avengers 4.

So many other projects

She has appeared in five MCU movies, Iron Man 2, The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War. The next movie is scheduled to be Avengers: Infinity War. So is there time for Black Widow?

Time is of the essence

Because she has so many high hitting, high powered projects to do in the near future, we believe that a standalone Black Widow probably won't be possible for some time. Although the concept has been in discussion in the past.

Alternative projects

When Scarlett is not busy shooting for Marvel's movies, she can be found pursuing other lighter projects. One of the most famous of which is Rough Night. It accumulated a respectable 5.2 out of 10 from IMDB and 45% from Rotten Tomatoes.

Rough Night and the box office

Rough Night made around $48 million against a relatively modest budget of $20 million. It is about an engaged politician who reunites with three college friends for a bachelorette party in the suburbs of Miami. A pretty benign movie compared to Marvel's movies.

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