Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson got married for the third time, and she and her husband, actor Colin Ghost, had a limited-attendance wedding last weekend, it was reported Thursday.
Johansson announced her wedding through a post on the “Mills on Wells” charity account on the “Instagram” network, stating that the actors got married “in the presence of their families and close relatives, while adhering to the preventive measures of the Covid-19 pandemic.”
The association, which deals with the distribution of meals, added that “the wish of the newlyweds in their marriage is to help make a difference (in the lives of) elderly people in need in this difficult stage, by supporting Mills on Wells America,” calling on her followers to donate to her.
Johansson was considered one of the highest paid actresses in the world last year, and her most prominent film is “Black Widow”, while Ghost is the author and star of the “Saturday Night Live” TV program. Before Ghost, the New York star was married to Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds and French journalist Roman Doriac.
After a series of roles during her childhood, Johansson starred in 2003 in Sofia Coppola’s romantic comedy Oscar-winning “Lost in Translation” movie. Johansson was nominated twice for an Oscar last year for “Jojo Rabbit” and “Wedding Story”. In addition to her acting career, Scarlett Johansson has frequently held positions in support of feminist causes, as she was at the forefront of the “Times Up” movement, which aims to defend victims of harassment and violence.
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