There is Nothing Unnecessary About a Scarlett Johansson Sex Scene

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bill-swift - August 31, 2006

It's official. Movie critics are dumb. According to ContactMusic, after screenings of Scarlett Johansson's latest film The Black Dahlia, many critics complained that they could not concentrate after seeing Scarlett's steamy sex scene.

Scarlett Johansson has angrily dismissed claims her steamy sex scene in new movie The Black Dahlia is an unnecessary distraction. In the film, Johansson enjoys a sizzling romp with Hartnett and critics have complained they found it difficult to concentrate following the raunchy scene.

The blonde star retorts, "Of course it's nice to be considered sexy, as a young woman in my prime. But I try not to think about the sexiness. And I never think about it being distracting from a scene."

Now, let me get this straight. The critics don't want to see Scarlett Johansson getting all hot and sweaty on a 30-foot screen? They think that sort of thing ruins a movie? What they're not saying is that they basically couldn't get their hard-ons under control, and probably had to sit very awkwardly for the rest of the screening.


So, yeah, critics are stupid, and Scarlett Johansson is pretty. And so is Mia Kirshner, and you can see more pictures of both of them at the premiere of The Black Dahlia at the Venice Film Festival after the jump.

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