BREAKING NEWS
OK LogoNEWS

Scarlett and Natalie Talk Boys, Politics

2008__02__8015.jpg

Feb. 12 2008, Published 7:32 a.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email

In the newest issue of W magazine, The Other Boleyn Girl, costars Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson, discuss everything from monogamy to food to politics.

Currently dating Ryan Reynolds, Scarlett Johansson is famous for saying people are not monogamous, something she brings up again in the article. “I’ve been battered for saying that I don’t believe humans are monogamous by nature. The response was, like, ‘What a ho-bag!’ I didn’t mean that I don’t practice monogamy in my own life — of course I do! I’m not going to be in some tarty relationship. But I stick by what I said. I remember another time, I said I get tested for AIDS twice a year, and again that got spun as me being promiscuous. But I was single at the time, and I think it’s important to do that!”

Article continues below advertisement

Meanwhile, Natalie Portman (who fears people see her as boring) is into the idea of monogamy but isn't too keen on marriage, "I’m into monogamy. But I’m not really into marriage right now. I sort of hate the legal aspect of it. What does the state have to do with it? Why are they making rules that say my lover can stay in the United States if they’re foreign or share my health care benefits because I’m straight — but if you’re gay, you can’t have that?”

This isn't the only place the girls disagree. Scarlett is a stout Obama supporter while Natalie likes what Clinton has to offer.

For more with the ladies, check out the latest issue of W. Their new movie hits theaters Feb. 29.

Advertisement

Want OK! each day? Sign up here!

© Copyright 2022 OK!. A DIVISION OF EMPIRE MEDIA GROUP HOLDINGS LLC. OK! is a registered trademark. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Offers may be subject to change without notice.