Scarlett Johansson has, over the past decade, become one of Hollywood’s foremost leading ladies. Which makes it even more ridiculously cute to take a look back at her earliest days in Hollywood. Studious movie fans may first remember her as Grace in “The Horse Whisperer,” or even Molly in “Home Alone 3,” if they haven’t fully been able to forget about that film. But while that was a pretty impressively young start for the actress she was just 14 when “The Horse Whisperer” came out she may have become a major star even earlier. As it turns out, Johansson auditioned for the lead role of Judy Shepherd in “Jumanji,” that magical adventure flick that starred Robin Williams as a wild man sprung loose from decades stuck in a jungle board game. Despite the ultra cute audition see the video below the role went to Kirsten Dunst, shooting her to child stardom.