Scarlett Johansson Unfazed by Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Romance

Scarlett Johansson insists she is fine, despite ex-husband Ryan Reynolds publicly flaunting his relationship with “Gossip Girl's” Black Lively.

Sitting down with “Today's” Matt Lauer on Tuesday, Johansson insisted she has no regrets about marrying her ex and has grown since the divorce.

"I've been really fortunate. I've found that I had, even in times of crisis, a lot of love around me, and people have come out of all different dark corners to support me," Johansson told Lauer.

"That's been a really beautiful thing. And I think I've also learned to be much more tolerant and much more patient," she added.

Since splitting from reported boyfriend Sean Penn, 27-year-old Johansson has kept her mind busy with work.

The actress just finished filming “The Avengers,” and is currently promoting the upcoming "We Bought A Book.”

"When I'm working I can't focus on anything but the job at hand, and I think that's some kind of therapy," Johansson said.

Despite appearing flamboyant and in high spirits during her interview, sources say Johansson is crushed to see her ex-husband with Lively.

“Scarlett is pissed that he’s not under her spell anymore,” a source told Us Weekly.

According to reports, Johansson ended her two year marriage to Reynolds after she realized she was not ready to be a wife and quickly questioned her decision after learning he had moved on with Lively.

“Ryan would have gotten back with her. He was so totally in love, but then she flaunted Sean right after their split, and he was done,” the source added.

Despite these claims, Johansson told Us Weekly that she is also moving on

"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," she told the magazine.

"It grew out of a romance and love and a desire to have a future with somebody, and I was very fortunate that I married somebody who turned out to be the person I thought he would be," she added.