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Okay, I say, but maybe I could document our date with my digital camera? She agrees but adds, "Can I be art director?
Her first art direction: Since she wasn't primped by professional hair and makeup people, she'd "rather" I avoided taking photos of her face. Her next art direction: She takes the camera and starts shooting her own pictures — of things like the room and me holding a bowl of peanuts.
We play pool. We play abysmally, but at least her form is a thing of beauty. She also chalked the stick with elan, about which I won't say anything pervy. Scarlett used to come to Corner Billiards when she was in high school. She grew up in New York, started acting here at age seven, got rejected from commercials because her voice was too smoky.
Everyone thought she had a sore throat. She became famous at thirteen as the injured girl in The Horse Whisperer, and more famous at eighteen when she wore sheer underwear in Lost in Translation. More recently, she's become Woody Allen's muse; was ranked number one on FHM 's list of the " Sexiest Women;" demanded and got a retraction from a tabloid that said she was seen kissing a woman; starred in The Black Dahlia, a Brian De Palma noir thriller, opposite her boyfriend, Josh Hartnett; and currently appears in another thriller, Christopher Nolan's The Prestige.
She's good at noir. I talked to her a few times on the phone over the last several months to ask her a series of admittedly inane questions e. But at the same time, she's kind of She's so preternaturally confident and self-possessed, you feel as if she could be, at any moment, inwardly rolling her eyes at your dorkiness. Better men than I have said so. At one point, Joel suggested Scarlett eat sunflower seeds during a scene.
What are you talking about? Joel was like, 'I'm sorry. She is beautiful in person, even unprimped. Some actresses, I've noticed, look surprisingly androgynous offscreen, gangly and curveless. Put baseball caps on them and give them badges and they could be Eagle Scouts.
Scarlett is different. She looks like a woman. She exudes womanness. Woody Allen famously called her "sexually overwhelming," which isn't too far off.
Incidentally, I have a theory on why she's the perfect woman for Woody Allen and other conflicted Jewish men: She speaks Yiddish and plays British. In other words, since she's half-Jewish, from her mother, she's got a sarcastic, fast-talking Jewish sensibility. But since she's half-Scandinavian, from her Danish father, she looks like We leave Corner Billiards and walk downtown to the restaurant of her choice.
It's an underground Japanese place — literally — that she discovered after her stint filming Lost in Translation in Tokyo. She stops at the bathroom and suggests that I take a photo of the outside of the ladies'-room door, which seems a little pervy, but who am I to question? We sit down and get the menus from the waiter, whom she calls "honey. Esquire's mystery woman of the last five months posing alluringly in a series of enigmatic trailer-park tableaus is in fact a bit of a mystery.
Director Christopher Nolan describes it as an "ambiguity She's on some wavelength that you don't have a clue about. As opposed to, say, Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan, with whom you know exactly what's going on behind those eyeballs. Or Britney Spears, whose belch-filled home videos have their own kind of inscrutability.
Scarlett has more of an aloof, studio-era, Rita Hayworth vibe. Perhaps it's this remoteness that makes us want to fill the void with lurid stories. She's been the subject of more than her fair share. There's the famous shtupping-Benicio-Del-Toro-in-an-elevator story, which she denies and blames on a creepy, possibly vengeful reporter who asked her for a ride home. Or there's the story of her demanding to be naked on the set of Michael Bay's The Island.
Bay — who in his own DVD commentary calls Scarlett a "pain in the ass to work with, but I mean that in the best way" — says he went to her trailer because she wouldn't come out. I'm not wearing this [bleeping] ghetto-ass [bleeping] bra