When it comes to the beautiful Scarlett Johansson, we’ve recently learned that are chances have improved from none to slim, because according to Maxim, the 32-year-old actress is now officially single.
But, if history is any indicator of things, she probably won’t be on the market for long.
She separated from her husband Romain Dauriac this past summer. The two were married in 2014, but began dating in November of 2012, just one month after her relationship with advertising executive Nate Taylor came to an end. The relationship with Taylor lasted a year and a half, and it came off the heels of a short stint in which she dated actor Sean Penn. The relationship with Penn followed her separation from her then husband, Ryan Reynolds, and the list goes on with the likes of Josh Hartnett and Jack Antonoff, the pianist from the band Fun.
Hopefully, we didn’t get anyone’s hopes too high, but there is a chance, albeit a small one at that.
Make sure to support your local #womensmarch on THIS SATURDAY (January 21st). Can't wait to march in Chicago while Scarlett proudly marches in Washington D.C. (Standing with @plannedparenthood) • Not every woman wants to march. Some don't see the new president as a threat. Some don't like crowds, or they find marching pointless, or aren't physically able to march, or have other obligations, or don't want to have to prove their intentions this way. Valid reasons. No one should be pressured into marching. But don't fall for the argument that marching is "divisive" or that it's "time to move on." Go if you believe women should be able to live free of violence and sexual threat. If you believe women have a right to control whether and when to have children. If you believe women deserve to be paid fairly for their work, and in a workplace that acknowledges the complexities of women's lives. Go because, as President Barack Obama noted in his farewell speech, it's good to get off Facebook and meet people face to face. Go if you believe that women — like all Americans — deserve to live free of bias based on their skin color, their religion, their birthplace, their disabilities, their sexual preference or gender orientation. Go if you know that "women's rights are human rights and human rights are women's rights" is more than a slogan. Go if only because you're curious. Or because one day you'll enjoy saying, "I was there on that Saturday in January when a remarkable thing happened all over the country." Go for your daughters, your mothers, your grandmothers, your sons, your husbands, your friends. Yourself. – http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/columnists/schmich/ct-womens-march-mary-schmich-0118-20170119-column.html