Jessica Biel Talks Nudity, Babies & Justin Timberlake

The actress dishes on dating other actors, her willingness to have kids -- and what it takes to get her naked for a role

Sorry, folks, but Jessica Biel's lips are be sealed when it comes to the status of her romance with Justin Timberlake. "A girl doesn't kiss and tell," she says in a new interview with Elle magazine. But the 29-year-old actress is more than willing to talk about her romantic relationships in general -- and to dish on her baby plans.

"I think probably at some point it would be something I'm interested in," Biel says of having a baby. "But I don't feel pressured. I was never one of those girls who dreamt of my wedding and my Prince Charming."

In fact, if you talked to Biel's family when she was younger, you might have never thought she was going to have children at all. "To piss off my mom, I used to say, "I'm never having kids," she recalls, "and I'm going to be a fabulously rich old maid living in a house with cute butlers and dogs."

Timberlake aside, Biel has had a number of relationships with Hollywood's leading men. She had a years-long relationship with Captain America star Chris Evans, and -- if the rumors are to be believed -- has also dated Edward Norton and Gerard Butler. And, according to Biel, that's just the way it goes.

"I think those are the people you meet and so it just kind of happens," she says. "Let me tell you: It never happens on purpose."

Though Biel has been acting since she was 14 (she got her start in the WB's good-hearted TV series 7th Heaven), she says she can "absolutely" see herself leaving show business one day.

So what would she do? Well, according to Biel, she'd love to write creatively. "I love to write," she says. "I wrote a lot of short stories and poetry when I was a kid. That was my creative outlet. I've written a short film, and I write poetry."

Before Biel gets out of the business, though, she wouldn't be averse to going naked for another film, like she did for 2009's straight-to-DVD film Powder Blue.

"I wasn't so scarred by that experience that I'd never do it again," she says. "If a director I trusted came to me with an amazing opportunity and it felt organic, I would do it." Cross your fingers, fellas.

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