Scarlett Johansson has revealed she intimidated a lot of her male co-stars on the set of 'Under the Skin'.
Scarlett Johansson intimidated her 'Under the Skin' castmates.
The 29-year-old actress - who recently stepped down from her role as an ambassador for children's charity UNICEF in favour of a sponsorship deal with SodaStream - seduces a large number of men in the film, and as the actors playing them were mostly amateur, she says they found her intimidating.
She said: ''These characters that I'm picking up are those forgotten guys - they don't have any ties. They're not like the coolest kid in school. So the guys I was working with, it helped [their performance] that they'd be like, 'I can't believe I'm sitting next to you.' ''
Scarlett also revealed that she felt uncomfortable whilst watching the film in which she plays a seductress who preys upon hitchhikers, and said she tried to pretend she wasn't watching herself on screen.
She said: ''It was strange. I felt really anxious. I didn't know what the film would look like at all. I tried to watch it as an audience member. And it pulled me into it.''
The 'Avengers Assemble' star - who got engaged to French journalist Romain Dauriac last year following her divorce from 'Green Lantern' actor Ryan Reynolds - filmed 'Under the Skin' in the Scottish Highlands and admits she tried some of the local delicacies.
She told SFX magazine: ''I don't eat red meat so I tried the vegetarian haggis. It tasted like stuffing. And Irn-Bru - that's got a kick!''
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