César Awards Set To Honour Scarlett Johansson

By admin
21 February 2014

Hollywood hottie Scarlett Johansson will receive this year's César Awards in France, the French equivalent of the Oscars.

Hollywood hottie Scarlett Johansson will receive this year's César Awards in France. The awards is the French equivalent of the Oscars, and takes place at Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris on 28 February.

The Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma has upped the star quotient when they announced this year’s honorary award will go to Scarlett Johansson, global ambassador for Sodastream.

One of the youngest recipients ever named, Scarlett (29) will pick up the César d’Honneur at the 39th ceremony. Recent honourees have included Kevin Costner, Kate Winslet, Quentin Tarantino, Harrison Ford and Dustin Hoffman. She could be the youngest star to receive this award.

Scarlett , who recently wrapped the shoot of Luc Besson’s movie Lucy, is also the first ever global ambassador for SodaStream - an ambassadorship that has received lots of media attention because it's an Israeli soft drinks firm in the US with a factory based on captured territory on the West Bank.

The Avengers actress, who is Jewish, defended her decision saying the soft drink company promotes Israeli-Palestinian co-existence and creates employment opportunities.

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