Scarlett Johansson seems to be of the David Duchovny the-less-facial-expression-the-better school of acting, but considering her track record so far, you can't really fault her for that. Besides, when that indifferent facade is cracked by even the hint of a smile it can make one's heart instantly implode. I was surprised as anyone to see her starring in Michael Bay'sThe Island, as Bay's big, dumb, and loud approach to cinema seemed beneath her in many ways. Well, apparently not, and in an interview with Dark Horizons, she reveals why. That Scarlett is complex, and it's why we love her.