Scarlett Johansson claims that she's surprised by how rude some of her fans can be when they approach her for a photo and/or autograph. Given just how often the actress is in the spotlight these days, you'd think that she'd be well aware of how genuinely and completely awful most human beings are in these sort of situations. I'm pretty far from what you'd call "famous" and even I know that people can be jerks.
The actress, who can be seen in director Joss Whedon's highly-anticipated superhero blockbuster "The Avengers", is astonished by just how many people will shove a camera in her unsuspecting mug when she's trying to enjoy a few private moments with friends and family.
"I'm not traumatized by it but I find it can bring out the worst in humanity sometimes," Johansson explained. She went on to add that she would never take someone's picture without asking. Maybe turning the tables on the people who invade her space would do them all some good.
Regarding her career, Johansson claims that she doesn't actively pursue "sexy" roles. Ideally, she's love to be a character actor. That having been said, don't hesitate to watch Johansson portray the Black Widow -- a heroine who has a fondness for tight black leather and sultry poses -- in both "Iron Man 2" and "The Avengers". If everything goes accordingly, she's also down for a Black Widow spin-off. There's nothing sexy about that at all.