On yesterday's CBS SUNDAY MORNING, Hollywood superstar and current star of Broadway's 'Cat On A Hat Tin Roof,' Scarlett Johansson revealed that she despices the nickname "ScarJo" which she's acquired in the media as her popularity has risen.
"That's terrible," she tells reporter Anthony Mason, laughing. "Hopefully it's going to go away some time...Like, there's so many actors you would never be like - Kate Winslet was, like, KaWi, KaWi, KaWi. I don't know. Like, why me?" I hate that name." Check out the interview in full below!
Performances of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof starring Scarlett Johansson as Maggie, Ciarán Hinds as Big Daddy, Benjamin Walker as Brick and Debra Monk as Big Mama, directed by Rob Ashford, began on December 18. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof opens January 17 and will play a limited engagement for 15 weeks only, through March 30, 2013 at the Richard RodgersTheatre (226 West 46th Street).
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