Scarlett Johansson Gets Diet Tips From Jeremy Renner


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Thursday, March 15, 2012

SCARLETT Johansson has been getting diet tips from Jeremy Renner, her costar in the upcoming Avengers movie.

Rather than follow a fad diet, Scarlett has taken on the eating habits of the Hurt Locker star — especially when it comes to preparing to get physical.

“Jeremy taught me not to eat a large meal before I start a huge fight sequence,” says Scarlett.

“You eat six small meals a day. That was his advice. I don’t know how he learned that but it works!”

Scarlett recently opened up about her naked picture scandal, where nude snaps — intended for then-husband Ryan Reynolds — found their way online.

“It was really terrible; I felt absolutely violated. I wasn’t really aware of how vulnerable all of us are, but I think everybody is just discovering that now, especially with the recent phone-hacking scandals,” she said.

“Being hacked made me feel more vulnerable than I ever had previously. I couldn’t figure it out. For a while, I thought it must be someone that I knew who was posting these pictures of me and that was making me incredibly paranoid.

“I was looking around at all of my friends, who I have known for 20 years, wondering who the backstabber was. So to find out it wasn’t a friend who hacked in was a relief, oddly.

“I think life throws you a lot of curve balls and you’re constantly learning to change and be more tolerant of things.

“I think I’m in that place now where things that I thought I knew, I actually didn’t. And I’m more willing to admit that I was wrong, and to change my perspective and route.

“No matter what you do, when something is thrown at you that is unexpected, I think you have to reassess where you are at. If the goals you’ve always had are still the same now, then it’s important to keep working towards them.

“It’s not about feeling helpless; it’s about accepting your own fate and owning it, but not allowing it to affect your dreams or your goals.”


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