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Scarlett Johansson Tells Glamour She Doesn’t Like Nickname “ScarJo”

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Scarlett on ScarJo–Actress Scarlett Johansson covers the May issue of Glamour Magazine, shining in a metallic jumpsuit look from Lanvin’s spring collection. The star of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” says she’s not a fan of the nickname ScarJo, which you’ll often see in magazines or online when referring to the blonde beauty. Scarlett, who also covers the new Vanity Fair, explains, “I associate that name with, like, pop stars. It sounds tacky. It’s lazy and flippant. And there’s something kind of violent about it. There’s something insulting about it.” See more photos and quotes from the feature below, or click over to Glamour.com for more.

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Scarlett on how living in Paris has changed her sense of style…

“The nice thing about being in Paris is that you know everybody’s looking at what you’re wearing: You have an audience, you know? New York is about street style that’s functional. A Paris look is not functional! It doesn’t matter if your shoes are comfortable. Here [in New York] you can still wear your Nikes. In Paris you suck it up. You hobble around. Although my girlfriends in Paris and I decided we’re adopting the trend of athletic streetwear ’cause we got sick of it. I was like, ‘I am sick of not feeling my big toe after two hours of dancing!'”

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Scarlett on her role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier…

“I had some pretty rad fight sequences in Avengers, but a lot of the fighting in Winter Soldier is hand-to-hand. It’s brutal, street-fighting style… such a weird thing: I kinda got career-sidetracked in the superhero lane—happily! But I never thought I’d have, like, sports injuries.”

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Image/Quotes: Glamour.com

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