Appearing on the 'Today' show this morning, Scarlett Johansson told Matt Lauer that her divorce from actor Ryan Reynolds and the leaking of private nude photographs across the internet had taught her a lot (video below).
"I've been really fortunate. I've found that I had, even in times of crisis, a lot of love around me, and people have come out of all different dark corners to support me," Johansson said.
"That's been a really beautiful thing. And I think I've also learned to be much more tolerant and much more patient."
"There's a community on film sets and in this industry. It would seem kind of cut-throat, but for me, I've been in the industry for 20 years and it has that familial kind of feel," she explained.
"When I'm working I can't focus on anything but the job at hand, and I think that's some kind of therapy."
She added: "I’ve had ups and downs. Certainly, this past year has been a lot of unexpected things in many beautiful ways, many challenging ways. You just have to kind of embrace it. For me, the most important thing is that it doesn’t affect my work and it doesn’t affect my private life as much as possible."
"If I could keep that bubble around myself during my work, that is really what’s most important for me."
When asked if she would ever consider getting married again, she laughed and said, "That's a deep question that I think probably requires a check for $250, and a couch... lying down."