ACTRESS Scarlett Johansson wishes she was 10 years older and claims she doesn't "feel adult" yet. The 24-year-old Hollywood star said women in their thirties are offered "meatier roles" in films and that she was looking forward to playing parts that require more experience of life. The Bafta-winner, who achieved fame at the age of 14 with a role in The Horse Whisperer, said characters played by actresses of her own age were often superficial. She told The Mirror: "I don't feel adult, not right now. I think there is kind of an ingenue thing that women play when they are in their 20s. They are sort of these whimsical; sort of transient characters, and it's like that in life. "Women in their 30s, and actors in their 30s, suddenly take on far meatier roles. They are playing mothers and wives and women who have been through a life before the place that they are at that moment. And I look forward to that time when I'll be able to have more of a life that I have experienced to put into the roles."Johansson, who got married last year to Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds, 31, was speaking ahead of the British launch of romantic comedy He's Just Not That Into You, which also stars Drew Barrymore, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Aniston. Speaking for the first time about her marriage, she said: "I never had any preconceived notions of marriage or anything like that. I never really thought about it that much. My parents were divorced when I was 13, so I never had an idea of what a marriage should be, would be or could be. "I was never in a hurry, I just figured someday I would get married, I guess." But I usually come back to the same thing: 'If this person is making you crazy or making you doubt yourself, then get rid of him' I always sort of come back to that. Whether or not my girlfriends stay with the guy at the time, they usually end up parting ways in the end." She also said that the end of a relationship could make people stronger."That is the way life works," she said. " Telegraph "For a while, you're beaten down by the relationship - you had put a lot into it and you didn't get something out of it. Then you realise, 'I did get something out of it. I learned something about myself, and I feel like a survivor.'" The New York-born actress, whose father was a Danish architect, won a Best Actress Bafta for Lost in Translation, co-starring Bill Murray, and was Bafta-nominated for Girl With a Pearl Earring. She recently starred in the Woody Allen film Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Telegraph