Scarlett Johansson is speaking publicly about the phone hack that spread naked shots of her all over the Internet, prompting an FBI investigation that nailed a creepy Florida man. She talks about the whole affair as the cover story of this month’s Vanity Fair.
Not surprisingly, for someone who looks like Johansson, she isn’t embarrassed by the shots. “I know my best angles,” she told the mag, with what the writer describes as “her trademark insouciance.”
The photos were apparently intended for her then-husband Ryan Reynolds. “There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s not like I was shooting a porno,” she says. “Although there’s nothing wrong with that either.”
Johansson then digresses into her and Woody Allen‘s shared Hypochondria and why he isn’t casting her in movies any more.
The issue will hit LA newsstands (all three of them) on November 3. iPad geeks will have to wait a few extra days.
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