Scarlett Johansson met her doppelgänger, and they had a blast

The whole thing is played to hilarious effect, and gives Johansson the chance to show off her comedic chops.

"When I found out that obviously she looked exactly like me but she was wasted, I was like, "You should come and we should get wasted together at the 'Rough Night" premiere, '" Johansson continued, telling Colbert that they did "get kind of trashed".

Scarlett Johansson tries on R-rated comedy for size, clearly the king pin, and she's fine, as are most of the cast, particularly SNL grad Kate McKinnon. "I want to share a drunk face with you".

It was reported a few weeks ago that Scarlett Johansson invited her doppelganger, 73-year-old Geraldine, to accompany her for the premier of her new film Rough Night. "So I looked at this link online". Geraldine! Can she party?

"This came to me purely because people were like, 'Oh, my God, you have a doppelgänger and it's insane", she said.

Speaking about meeting her lookalike during an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Friday, Scarlett admitted she lived up to her promise of getting drunk with her new pal. She is so nice!

"She was such a nice woman", Scarlett added.

As Johansson mention, a while back Dodd's grandson posted an old photo of her from when she was about 22 years old. I called her and she said, 'Oh sh*t, that picture?

Rough Night, written by Broad City's Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs, makes its debauched debut in theaters today.

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