Scarlett Johansson talks about dieting, having a pet Samuel L. Jackson, and strong women in films before Captain America: The Winter Soldier London premiere.
When asked about whether playing Black Widow was “empowering” in an interview with The Showbiz 411, Johansson talked about being able to “zip up (her) costume,” before adding that, “a couple months in every actor goes rogue, and you’re like ‘I don’t care! I don’t care anymore! Just bring me some chicken wings.”
“And all you do is eat a bunch of donuts and chicken wings, and your costume doesn’t zip up as well.”
When asked about what she thinks about Samuel L. Jackson keeping a small Black Widow figurine in his pocket, the 29 year old said: “I had one of (Samuel L. Jackson in her pocket) this morning.”
Johansson also says she’s “filled the quota” for strong, empowered women in films.
“No more room for you,” she said
Captain America: The Winter Soldier opens April 4, 2014.