GLAMOUR: Personally I don't think a guy should play guitar on a first date. JENNIFER CONNELLY: It's really hard to make generalizations. There's one who dates a lot and sleeps with a lot of women but is pretty up-front about it. Another isn't married but is actually very devoted as a boyfriend.
After all, she's just checked another career goal off the list—doing a comedy.
But you aren't, in real life, a dark, disturbed person, are you? Did , which was about a mother who loses a child, and it was harrowing. GLAMOUR: Scarlett Johansson plays a yoga teacher intent on stealing your husband in . JENNIFER CONNELLY: Oh, I've met all kinds of people who practice yoga who are uptight or messed up. GLAMOUR: In the movie, your character suspects that her husband is cheating.
What do you consider to be a relationship deal breaker?
This month she stars alongside Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Scarlett Johansson and Ginnifer Goodwin in , a big-buzz screen adaptation of the bestselling dating advice book.
Taking on the role of Janine, a woman who worries about her husband's fidelity, gave her a chance to laugh about the war between the sexes and lighten up as an actress—all without having to go blond! You've often said you find those roles interesting. GLAMOUR: Lately you've wanted to be considered for less serious roles. JENNIFER CONNELLY: It was not like anything I'd done.
I don't have to work to feel the sadness of his loss. GLAMOUR: Well, I actually have another work question: . When we met back then, we liked each other, but we didn't do anything about it. We didn't get together until months and months after that film. JENNIFER CONNELLY: He called, but we didn't really talk much until he broke up with his girlfriend and I broke up with my boyfriend.