In an interview for her latest movie, The Ghost in the Shell, Scarlett Johansson revealed that she's taking self-defense classes after a journalist asked if she could beat him up during an interview.
They are chasing down a mysterious cyber-terrorist who is hacking the minds of some of the city's most important people.
The film itself samples storyline elements from TV series Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex S1 and S2.
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Johansson's character Major, who was following up on a lead, ended up being handcuffed to a pole in a small room with Tony and in the ensuing fight punched him in the face, sending him flying.
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Despite a momentus, and-one dunk late in the fourth quarter, he had a quiet nine points and 13 rebounds on the night. Heat: F Josh McRoberts (left foot), F Justise Winslow (right shoulder) and G Dion Waiters (left ankle) did not play.
In September, the actress appeared alongside her Avengers cast mates in a voter registration PSA meant to rev up support among younger voters and millennials to turn out on Election Day for former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Ghost in the Shell is visually astonishing. But the film is so engrossing to see, the mediocrity of the narrative is not a deal killer.
But other critics felt that in order to "translate the tone for a modern audience", fundamental elements should not have been overlooked.
Coming up through commercial directing, Rupert Sanders helmed Snow White And The Huntsman, starring Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth, before moving on to Ghost In The Shell.
The Verge also argued that the movie "puts style before substance", in that a great deal of time is spent focusing on Major Mira's desire to better understand herself and her limits in terms of her family's traumatic past.
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