The two hit up such 2012 hot spots as Gemma, Sway and Le Baron, but Johansson moved on within a year.Her shift away from Hollywood dudes continued when the actress met the man who would become her second husband, through a tattoo-artist friend.“Meanwhile, he got close to Blake [Lively, now Reynolds’ wife] while shooting ‘Green Lantern’ — while he and Scarlett were still married.” The couple announced their separation by the end of 2010 and were divorced the next year.Johansson suggested to Cosmo she shouldn’t be with another actor: “If one person is more successful than the other, that also proves challenging.Meanwhile, Jost puts Johansson “on a pedestal — it’s all about her,” said the “SNL” insider.
“He was afraid she was having affairs,” said the publicist.
but, like, so attractively unavailable.” Sources speculate that the man in question was Law, who was engaged to Sienna Miller in 2004. “When she was with Jared, they were very playful with one another,” said someone who was in her social circle at the time. “[They] spend a lot of time in hotel rooms, alone.” The two shared a low-key romance from 2005 to 2006, often hanging out at Lower East Side spots like the bar Max Fish.
There, the Hollywood heartthrobs would go hipster incognito — him with a beanie pulled low on his head, her with a septum ring. Later, Hartnett had harsh words about romancing co-stars, telling Elle, “I don’t recommend it to young actors.
“Then, when she gets it, she gets bored.” Even before her second divorce this September, from French journalist Romain Dauriac — the father of her 3-year-old daughter, Rose — the actress had fallen in fast with “Saturday Night Live” star Colin Jost, co-anchor of the show’s “Weekend Update.” Page Six first reported that the two were making out at the “SNL” wrap party at the Rockefeller Center skating rink back in May.
Since then, they’ve been spotted in the Hamptons over the Fourth of July and Labor Day, outside the “SNL” season-opener afterparty at Tao in September, and on Oct.