Scarlett Johansson says she agreed to star in sci-fi crime drama film "The Ghost in the Shell" after consulting her therapist. "I'd had my daughter a couple of months before and it seemed like an enormous undertaking. But something about it was enigmatic and I sat on it and discussed it in therapy. It was on my mind," Johansson told.
Asked if she cares what people think, she said: "Well, of course. But this question is answered in the film. I'm playing a person that is completely identity-less. She is a human brain in a synthetic robot body."
Asked why women are made to look "super-sexy" in action films, she said: "I don't know. That's hard to say because I work alongside guys who wear skintight leather leotards, you know, for work! You spend all day making jokes about their various codpiece sizes."