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Thursday 23 October 2014

Johansson won't stand for jealousy

Scarlett Johansson isn't a fan of jealous behaviour

Scarlett Johansson has said she can't stand jealousy in a potential boyfriend.

Lost In Translation actress Scarlett told US Marie Claire magazine that she hates controlling behaviour in a relationship.

She said: "I don't like jealous behaviour. I don't mind an occasional check-in, but when somebody is passive-aggressively jealous, it's really unattractive because it shows a sort of insecurity.

"Oh, controlling behaviour is awful. Nobody's going to say they love that."

Scarlett, 28, also told the magazine about her break up from husband Ryan Reynolds, who she divorced in 2010.

Avengers star Scarlett said: "Well, it wasn't that long ago, but I think I've had a fair amount of time to process the experience and be able to move forward.

"I continue to get to know myself better as I get older, and that helps me in my relationships."

Fans are unlikely to be able to follow Scarlett on Twitter any time soon, as she talked about how much she values her privacy.

On the subject of social media she said: "All of it drives me crazy. I don't understand this need to 'share'. We almost exploit ourselves in order to feel seen."

It was recently announced that Scarlett will star in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, due to be released next year.

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