Scarlett Johansson on Fame: Living in NYC 'Keeps You More Grounded'
In this preview of Wednesday's show, Anderson asks Tony award-winning actress and Golden Globe nominee Scarlett Johansson about how she deals with fame.
Scarlett answers, "I don't know. I haven't figured it out yet, it's some kind of an adjustment that you make. I find that living in the city, I live in New York, I was born and raised here, and I think it sort of envelops you in some way."
"Does it help to live in New York here and not be sort of part of the Hollywood life?" asks Anderson.
"I think it keeps you more grounded in some way, you're kind of forced to come into contact with all walks of life all the time. There's something that happens I think that when you live an isolated existence when you become kind of self important and a little bit out of touch," reveals Scarlett.
Anderson says, "Nothing like riding the subway every day to kind of bring you back to reality."
Does Scarlett ride the subway like Anderson? Take a look at her response...