Possible rewritten title: “Scarlett Johansson and Penelope Cruz rumored to reunite on screen, sparking memories of their steamy love triangle in Vicky Cristina Barcelona”

Two famous actresses, Scarlett Johansson and Penelope Cruz, are reportedly in talks to star in a Netflix film directed by Nancy Meyers. The movie, currently titled Paris Paramount, features an impressive cast that includes Michael Fassbender and Owen Wilson. The story follows a filmmaking duo who must put their past romantic history aside to work together on a new project. Meyers wrote the script and is also producing the film. Fans of Johansson and Cruz may remember their steamy on-screen kiss in Woody Allen’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona alongside Javier Bardem.

Back on: Scarlett Johansson and Penelope Cruz may be working together again in the movie Paris Paramount

Still a stunner: Cruz seen on the red carpet at the Goya Awards 2023 at FIBES Conference and Exhibition Centre in February in Seville, Spain

She tried to be with a woman: Johansson's traveler took to Penelope's fiery painter

The mentioned TV show featured Robert DeNiro playing the role of an intern and Anne Hathaway as his boss who has a type A personality. It has been reported that no official agreement has been reached yet between the actors and Paris Paramount for the upcoming project, as the budget is still being finalized. Netflix has refrained from commenting on the matter. In another development, Scarlett recently opened up about how she was trained to fit into the stereotype of a “bombshell-type” actor. Despite her apprehension about being typecast in her younger days, she has since taken charge of her career. Scarlett acknowledged the objectification of young girls in the entertainment industry, especially those who play ingenue roles.

She was a wild one: In Vicky Cristina, Cruz played an eccentric, erratic artist

Cruz portrayed a free-spirited and unpredictable artist in Vicky Cristina. She was quite the wild character.

Directing the love triangle: Scarlett's character dated Javier's character and then came Penelope's wild artist; seen with director Woody Allen on set

As a young actress, I starred in Lost in Translation and Girl with the Pearl Earring which coincided with my journey into womanhood and discovering my own sexuality. However, looking back, I feel like I got stuck on a specific path that was laid out for me. I believe this was due to the trajectory that I was launched towards, where I was being groomed to be a bombshell-type actor. This became more evident when I starred in Match Point and Scoop, both directed by Woody Allen.

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