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Scarlett Johansson: 'Scarjo' nickname is 'tacky'

Scarlett Johansson arrives on the red carpet for

Scarlett Johansson arrives on the red carpet for the U.K. premiere of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" in London on March 20, 2014. Credit: EPA / Facundo Arrizabalaga

Scarlett Johansson says she doesn't like it when she's referred to by the nickname "Scarjo."

"I associate that name with, like, pop stars," the actress, 29, says in the May issue of Glamour magazine. The shorthand, she said, "sounds tacky. It's lazy and flippant. And there's something kind of violent about it. There's something insulting about it."

On a happier note, Johansson, who lives in Paris and New York, described a typical weekend in the former with fiance Romain Dauriac, with whom she is expecting a child. "Well, he loves art, so we might visit some of the galleries or go to a museum," she told Glamour. "That's his true passion. I like to experience that with him."

The two have not set a wedding date, however. "We're just going with the flow," she said. "I've never been one to do a full-on themed wedding. I don't care about that stuff."

Johansson also suggested that her acclaimed vocal performance in last year's Spike Jonze film "Her," about an artificial intelligence operating system that falls in love with a man, was informed by her breakup with actor Ryan Reynolds. They separated in 2010 after two years of marriage, and finalized their divorce in 2011. "When I started to talk with Spike about the film, we shared our relationship experiences," she said. "We talked about what it feels like to not have something work and what that does to your sense of self."

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