“I make no big proclamations, nothing,” she said. “It’s not necessarily
getting married that changes something that’s between two people. It
doesn’t involve anyone else other than family, children.”
The actress, who will steam up the screen in Iron Man 2 this summer, says that she has no plans to be spending more time around the house or taking off work, which she finds completely unsatisfying.
“I don’t mind spending a little bit of time off, everybody needs a
vacation, but I have a job that I like to do,” she said. “If I hadn’t
worked for three months, I might be going, ‘What am I going to do?’ You
know, there’s only so long you can play golf or whatever, not that I
So in case you were reading in for baby monitor hints, looks like that’s a long way off for this couple. Speaking of which, Scarlett was seen with a different man on her arm at the 2010 White House Correspondents Association Dinner last night: her twin brother, Hunter Johansson. But the two look practically nothing alike! Then again, Scarlett is probably best identified by her, uh, more womanly features.