Listen to Scarlett Johansson’s new song ‘Set It All Free’

Scarlett Johansson has dropped a new song called ‘Set It All Free’ – listen below.

‘Set It All Free’ is one of several new songs the actress-singer has recorded for the soundtrack of upcoming animated movie-musical Sing.

Her other contributions to the soundtrack include a song called ‘The Promise & The Prize’ which was written by Carly Simon, which is not yet online.

Set It All Free (From “Sing” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Set It All Free (From “Sing” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), an album by Scarlett Johansson on Spotify

Sing, whose voice cast also includes Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, John C. Reilly and Tori Kelly, opens in US cinemas on December 21. Its US release follows on January 27, 2017. Watch the latest trailer below.

SING Trailer # 2 (Animation Blockbuster – 2016)

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Meanwhile, Scarlett Johansson recently covered New Order’s ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’ for a charity compilation album.

The cover is credited to Johansson’s girl group Sugar for Sugar, which also features Julia Haltigan, Holly Miranda and Kendra Morris. The album, titled ‘The Time is Now’, benefits AIDS organisation amfAR and is out now.

Earlier this month (November) the first trailer for Johansson’s controversial new movie Ghost In The Shell was released.

Ghost in the Shell was created by Masamune Shirow in 1989 as a manga or Japanese comic book, before being made into a cult Japanese anime movie six years later.

The story is set midway through the 21st century and follows the exploits of a fictional counter-cyberterrorist organisation called Public Security Section 9, which is led by a character called Major Motoko Kusanagi, now hailed as a Japanese icon.

Johansson was cast as a character called “The Major” last year, prompting accusations of whitewashing. The controversy was reawakened earlier this year when the first picture of Johansson in the film was released.