Scarlett Johansson to star in a limited TV series

10.07.14 3 years ago

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Scarlett Johansson to star in a limited TV series
The big-time movie star has signed on for an eight-episode Sony TV series based on one of Pulitzer-winner Edith Wharton”s books. The project is expected to land on premium cable. Johansson will also executive produce the adaptation of Wharton”s 1913 novel “The Custom Of The Country.” She”ll play the character of Undine Spragg, a character who rises through New York”s high society.

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