Scarlett Johansson has starred in a lot of movies, with a variety of genres showcasing the woman's talent. Recently, she starred in an all-ladies affair called "Rough Night." Now, while this movie is no "Avengers: Age of Ultron," the actress asked people not to call her recent movie a "Chick Flick."

'Rough Night' — not just another 'lady movie'

At its core, "Rough Night" just seems to be a movie that wants to have fun. According to E! News Online, this R-rated comedy is about five women who graduated from college together. They meet each other after being separated for ten years, to have the best night of their lives.

Johansson plays Jess, a girl who decides to have her bachelorette party with her four friends, in a beach house they rented out in Miami.

It's not all fun and games for this "life-changing" night, however, as problems started after the celebration. For starters, the stripper they hired ends up dead — and being that this is not treated as much of a spoiler, it's safe to say that a dead stripper would be the least of their problems.

Johansson shared how she finds it a bit funny; hearing people say that "Rough Night" is just a "ladies movie about four ladies." To this, she replied that it's "not necessarily" like that.

She added that it was a bit "passé" to simply call out movies like "Rough Night" to just be a chick flick.

"Once we can accept that women are funny and that we allow ourselves to talk about taboo subjects and take the stigma off of them, then I see it's a lot more inclusive environment," the actress said.

On the other hand, there may also be people who think that the film is too "raunchy." And while it is closer to what the film seems to be, Scarlett is still a bit partial regarding this view.

She never thought that the movie was raunchy; in fact, she said that what she liked about the movie is how funny the script is, to the point that it made her laugh out loud.

Kate McKinnon inspired by Scarlett Johansson's performance

One of her co-stars, Kate McKinnon, agrees. McKinnon expressed her pleasure at being starred alongside Johansson, Jillian Bell, Ilana Glazer, and Zoe Kravitz.

She said that there is just too much love that they did not have a hard time getting into character for this movie — they instantly had the feeling of a sleepover, a simple bonding with their fellow girls.

While Scarlett Johansson is usually cast for more dramatic roles, McKinnon found the "Avengers" actress to be versatile. Apparently, Scarlett was so "instantly hilarious" on set that McKinnon found her to be an inspiration.

ENews quoted McKinnin as saying,"I just love being in the room watching her act. She's a master class."