Scarlett Johansson recently posed for the cover of the December issue of Interview magazine (picture below) with slicked back dark hair, smoky eyes and a revealing cut-out playsuit.
Johansson, who has been linked to Kate Moss's ex Jefferson Hack, has been hard at work with physical stunts on the set of the 'The Avengers,' which may be why her body looks more athletic that curvy.
In the interview that accompanies cover shot, Johansson talks about her charity work: 'I helped create this Neff Beanie with the hope that every purchase might make a cancer patient feel a bit more comfortable during his/her treatments and look cool and be cozy all the while. The beanies are eco friendly too, so they’re as nice to the earth as they are to the person wearing them.'
According to Entertainment Weekly, Johansson will direct an adaptation of the 1940s novel 'Summer Crossing' by Truman Capote, which tells the story of a 17-year-old girl who decides to ditch her high-class family's trip to France over the summer and instead falls in love with a Jewish parking attendant whom she later marries, leaving her stuck in a cultural divide between her family and his.