Brooklyn Decker is enjoying the movie world and although she played a pregnant woman in the upcoming, "What To Expect When You're Expecting," she's not ready to expand her family with husband Andy Roddick.
"I love babies and I loved playing someone that was pregnant, but I had a really good time taking the belly off at the end of the day," the model-turned-actress told Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson at the "Battleship" junket in Hawaii over the weekend. "So it kind of [satisfied] any kind of baby fever that was going on. But it was really fun, but that's not in the near future."
What is in Brooklyn's future is her latest feature film, "Battleship," which opens May 18.
"It was only my second movie, so I feel really new to the game and it was really my first time doing any green screen acting, any action," she told Shaun, mentioning her first film, Adam Sandler's "Just Go With It." "And being here... in Pearl Harbor, it just, it made it so real and added so much weight to the project, so we're very proud of it; we're really excited... It was just a lot of fun."
Looking forward to a bright future on the big screen, Brooklyn said she can't believe her luck.
"I'm pinching myself. It doesn't seem real," she said. "It doesn't seem fair, it doesn't seem real; it's still surprising... It's a very surreal summer for me, but I just, I feel lucky to be a part of it."
"What To Expect When You're Expecting" also opens on May 18 - the same day as "Battleship."
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