Fri, November 28, 2008
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Skinny-dipping Scarlett Johansson

2008-11-28 06:33:04 GMT2008-11-28 14:33:04 (Beijing Time)

manScarlett strips off as co-star Bradley Cooper watches on

The blonde bombshell plays a women who catches the attention of a married man

The actress looks as seductive as ever in the film

Jennifer says she's not thrilled by the film's title

The film may be titled He's Just Not That Into You, but by the looks of Scarlett Johansson in this sneak peek preview, it's rather hard to fathom, Mail Online reported.

The blonde bombshell looks as seductive as ever in a trailer for the film which sees her take a skinny dip in front of co-star Bradley Cooper, who plays a married man.

The actress, who recently married her boyfriend Ryan Renolds in a top secret ceremony, appears among an all star cast in the comedy, which is about the complications of modern romance.

In the film, Jennifer Aniston and Ben Affleck play a couple in the throes of relationship problems - she's desperate to get married while he isn't so keen.

Ginnifer Goodwin plays a Bridget Jones style singleton who breaks all the rules of dating.

It also stars Drew Barrymore and Justin Long, whose real life romance faded not long after shooting wrapped.

He's Just Not That Into You is based on the self-help book by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, which originally sprung from a storyline in Sex and the City.

But the title is a sore point for Aniston, who was famously dumped by Brad Pitt in favour of Angelina Jolie.

'I wish it was She's Just Not That Into You!' she told the New York Times Magazine earlier this month.

'Unfortunately, it's He's Just Not That Into You. The other would be more empowering.'

'I never liked Sex and the City, the kind of thing where women only feel empowered once they find "The Man",' Aniston says.

'It is just not up my alley. I don't believe in it.'

He's Just Not That Into You is scheduled for release next year.

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