The Scarlett Johansson publicity machine rolls on. Her May 2014 Glamour cover found the actress donning a red metallic jumpsuit, concealing her assets. Her May 2014 Vanity Fair cover is much different – it shows off those bodacious boobs in all of their glory. She has some cleavage.

And we know that she has the most pillowy lips, too. It's a striking image, with the actress' assets on full display. Like whoa, right? She is such a sexpot and a bombshell, and those boobies prove it.

But Johansson, who is engaged to Romain Dauriac and is reportedly expecting their first child, sounded off about a few things in her feature, like social media.

You won't find her trolling Twitter 24/7. "All of it drives me crazy," she said (via Just Jared).

She also spoke out about the SodaStream controversy -- and not regarding her Super Bowl commercial.

The actress was criticized for partnering with the soft drink brand, but not because she was peddling carbonated and caloric beverages, since SodaStream is seen as a healthy alternative to the sugary sodas in the marketplace. The company has been criticized for operating a manufacturing plant in an Israeli settlement in the West Bank.

"[I'm being called] the new face of apartheid. There’s a lot of anti-Semitism out there," she commented.

On a lighter note, Johansson explained why her relationship with Dauriac, who is not an actor, works. "We do different things," she said. "He’s in the whole art-scene world. So it’s nice, because we can enjoy each other’s worlds, but we don’t have our crazy conflicting schedules and all that other stuff to contend with. And, you know, of course, actors, in general, they’re obsessed with emotions. Although, he’s French, so he’s also probably overly into his emotions.”