Jennifer Connelly in DuJour April 2014: I'm Not A Fan of Boats, But If I'm Invited On The Ark I'll Happily Come Aboard!

Posted Friday March 7, 2014 7:28 PM GMT

With her upcoming film "Noah" nearing its anticipated premiere, Jennifer Connelly garnered herself a little added exposure by covering the April 2014 issue of DuJour magazine.

The "Labyrinth" beauty looked picture perfect in designer garbs from Valentino and Burberry for the Ben Hassett-shot spread while she opened up about the new adventure and revealed what it felt like to work alongside her husband Paul Bettany as he directed "Shelter."

Check out highlight's from Jen's interview below and for more visit DuJour:

On her "Shelter" work with Paul:
"It was kind of strange, going to work in the morning with the director. I had this fantasy that we'd talk about scenes all day. In reality, if the man sat down, there was a line of people wanting to talk to him. Since we moved so quickly, I think he felt his wife was the least of his worries. We've been married for 11 years. We have kids together, so I feel confident in our ability to navigate situations."

On her children having famous parents:
"I think they're interested in the same way all kids are interested in what their parents do, but it doesn't come up. It affords them some fun experiences. They've seen hardly any of my movies, but they've been on almost every set."

On "Noah" and the famous ark:
"I would not want to be on a cruise ship. Some ferry crossings I'm not too thrilled about. But this is a very different circumstance. If it's 'get on the vessel or perish with the rest of humanity,' I'd be happy to be invited aboard."

Photo Credit: Ben Hassett for DuJour