Scarlett Johansson can be a bit intimidated by her co-stars especially when it come to some of the non-human type. That which she had in her latest role in the film, We Bought a Zoo.
Telling NY Magazine's Vulture-
"I'm only scared of birds. Something about wings and beaks and the flapping. I'm terrified of them. If they'd asked me to put a bird on my shoulder I would've done it, but it would've been hard."
"I cannot stand cockroaches," she shudders. "That's one thing I absolutely couldn't do. But that's not really an animal, is it? It's an insect."
And peacocks? What about peacocks?
"I was terrified of them," she says. "Like, 'Ahh, don't get too close.' They're like, mean."
But don't worry, she is a dog lover saying-
"Occasionally sitting on the couch with the dog, you're just like, 'Man, you're the best company. This is bliss.' Just the dog and a nice old movie and you're good to go."
We Bought a Zoo hits theaters on December 23.