Scarlett Johansson was named one of Barbara Walters’ ten most fascinating people of 2014 on the journalist’s ABC special last night. The movie star sat down for an interview with Walters as part of the special in which the 30 year old dished on what it is like to be a sex symbol.
The actress, who came in at number 10 on Walters’ list, for some reason does not think of herself as being sexy. That was big news to about half of the men in the world. ‘It’s an okay body. I wouldn’t say it’s particularly remarkable though. I don’t like my thighs, my mid section, ‘ said Johansson.
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“I never put on a sexy face, so I don’t know what it means to act seductively, ” said the actress when asked if she minds being thought of as sexy.
On getting back to her world famous fit look so quickly after giving birth she said, “It’s just about trying to find time to go to the gym. I do the same fitness routine as my big muscle-man trainer. A lot of it is endurance, stability, and strength training. I like to work up a sweat.”
In response to having an 85 year old woman ask her how she makes steamy sex scenes in her movies seem so realistic, Johansson answered, “You have to be totally without judgment, and it’s sort of liberating. It’s challenging. You have to stay in the moment.”
On giving birth and motherhood she said, “It’s wonderful, and exhausting. The love is just unbelievable. It’s very overwhelming. The whole bit. I’m nursing, and I love it, I love it. It’s the best way to get back in shape.”