Scarlett Johansson opens up on end of marriage with Ryan Reynolds: I'm 'able to move forward'

The ‘Avengers’ actress tells Marie Claire in an interview that she has always favored privacy, and doesn't understand the need to 'share' through social media.
Scarlett Johansson says she finds jealous behavior a turn off.

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On dating: Scarlett Johansson says she finds jealous behavior a turn off. Adding, 'controlling behavior is awful.'

Scarlett Johansson has always shied away from talking about her love life, but the sultry "Avengers" actress's penchant for privacy extends beyond dating — she also stays away from social media.
"All of it drives me crazy," Johansson, 28, tells the May issue of Marie Claire. "I don't understand this need to 'share.' We almost exploit ourselves in order to feel seen."
Oddly enough, if anyone knows about being seen, it's Johansson. In addition to her role in the hit Marvel action flicks, the Hollywood beauty is also enjoying success as a Broadway star and recording artist.
Her marriage to actor Ryan Reynolds, 35, ended in 2010, but Johansson has seldom talked about it.
Johansson graces the May cover of Marie Claire.

Txema Yeste/Marie Claire

Johansson graces the May cover of Marie Claire.

"Well, it wasn't that long ago," she told the magazine. "But I think I've had a fair amount of time to process the experience and be able to move forward."
Since her divorce, the "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" actress has been linked to Sean Penn, big wig advertising director Nate Naylor, and is now dating French creative agency manager Romain Dauriac. Reynolds is now married to actress Blake Lively.
"I continue to get to know myself better as I get older," she added. "And that helps me in my relationships."
Johansson also talks about her biggest turn offs when it comes to dating.
"I don't like jealous behavior," she said. "I don't mind an occasional check-in, but when somebody is passive-aggressively jealous, it's really unattractive because it shows a sort of insecurity."
"Oh, controlling behavior is awful," she added. "Nobody's going to say they love that."

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