"Extra" talked with some Hollywood A-listers about what they will change in 2012!
At the premiere of her film "We Bought a Zoo," actress Scarlett Johansson said, "I'm sleeping for the holidays this year."
Mark Wahlberg, starring in the upcoming action thriller "Contraband," replied, "I'm trying to do the right thing every day."
Bombshell Scarlett Johansson opened up about her two-year marriage to Ryan Reynolds, saying she has "no regrets," and when asked if she would ever consider walking down the aisle again, the 27-year-old smiled, "That's a deep question that I think probably requires a check for $250, and a couch... lying down."
She added, "But I don't believe in having any regrets. It's a waste of time to regret anything. I own all of my decisions, and I've led a very charmed life up until this point."
Although their marriage lasted just two years, Scarlett Johansson told Cosmopolitan that saying "I do" to "Green Lantern" hunk Ryan Reynolds was "the best thing I ever did." The actress continued, "I'm a big believer that when something feels right, you should do it. I'm a big believer in instinct. Getting married was the right thing to do because it was natural."
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Christopher Chaney, the Florida man arrested for hacking into celebrities' cell phones and email accounts, admitted he is glad to have been caught.
In a recent interview, Chaney, 35, said he became "addicted to seeing the behind-the-scenes" lives of the stars and that he felt "almost relieved months ago" when authorities seized his computer.
"It started as a curiosity," he told a local news station in Jacksonville, Fla. "It happened and snowballed... I didn't know how to stop doing it."
The FBI has made arrests in its investigation into the cell phone hacking of Hollywood A-listers, including Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis.
In recent weeks, hackers obtained compromising photos from the cell phones of several celebrities, including nude pictures of Johansson.