Zoe Saldana admits she is ''scared'' by comparisons with her and 'Tomb Raider' actress Angelina Jolie.
The 'Avatar' actress has been called the "new Angelina Jolie" by some critics after playing a revenge-seeking assassin in new movie 'Colombiana' - and she explained the association makes her feel a bit uncomfortable, despite being inspired by such stars.
She told FOX411's Pop Tarts column: "If I think about it in that fashion than yes (it's scary,) I wouldn't want to think about it in that way.
"But I have been inspired by amazing actresses that have taken amazing risks and opened amazing doors, and I am a product of that and I am honored to be included in a group of women that have defied their own gravity. Besides playing amazing character roles they also have an amazing agility to do action."
The 33-year-old beauty prefers performing her own stunts, much like Angelina, although she admitted it can be "exhausting".
She added: "Thank God no permanent injuries, but I was definitely very, very sore. It's always a lot of work and its exhausting while you're doing it and your training for it."