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A big city would always draw me back." And while at first glance, the wholesome Ivy Leaguer, who participated in both debate and speech at Regis High School, may not have the same rebellious streak as, say, Sean Penn, who Johansson dated in 2011, or Jared Leto, her partner for a brief period in 2004, his job as head writer and "Weekend Update" co-anchor gives him the general air of disobedience as he pokes fun at political figures and other bold-faced names."I'm attracted to the quality of being adventurous and perhaps a bit mischievous," Johansson told Plus Jost has the added benefit of not being an actor, the issue of two competing thespians in a relationship having tripped Johansson up in the past.And his childhood home—just a few miles from where she grew up in Manhattan—gave them shared city roots."Being a New Yorker is part of your personality," she's told , adding, "It seems wonderful to be raised in a natural setting, but I wouldn't know how to do it.at the Sala Grande on Thursday (August 29) in Venice, Italy.
By the time the weather cooled, a source reported, the budding couple were "more on the exclusive level" and thus done with hiding the romance that was clearly growing between them.But then, of course, each of those unions had ended after roughly two years. "I might be skewered for that, but I think it's work.It's a lot of work." It's a line many a married couple before her has repeated, citing the hours of therapy, tricky conversations and endless compromise that it can take to travel through life with a partner.As it turns out, the art deco-style stunner was more of an accessory, less a statement of her intention to wed, but the fact that she Because it wasn't all that long ago, that the world's highest paid address was giving her take on monogamy and admitting she felt decidedly iffy on the subject. I think the idea of marriage is very romantic; it's a beautiful idea, and the practice of it can be a very beautiful thing."However, isn't her experience alone proof enough that committing to just one person doesn't work for everyone?
She'd experienced the upside of it herself, having been married to fellow actor Ryan Reynolds followed by French ad manager Romain Dauriac. "I don't think it's natural to be a monogamous person," she admitted.Such was the case when the couple of a year and a half made their second annual appearance at the American Museum of Natural History Gala last week.