Olivia Munn puts on her game(r) faceMunn explains why she loves first-person shooter games, what it was like to play Psylocke in the latest X-Men flick and how her smart home makes her feel safe. Check out this behind-the-scenes video of her CNET magazine cover shoot.
[MUSIC] Whoa, that's great. I'm Olivia Munn. I'm a Cancer. I like long walks on the beach. And pudding. Technology is Amazing. I mean, it's given us the gift of time. We can do more with our life. These are really good. We've now moved on past whether you're a geek or a nerd. The world has changed. And now, kids are coding in elementary school. It's part of our life. [LAUGH] It looks like, we took a photo shoot, everyone judges you. My home is officially a smart home. And it's the best thing That has ever happened. I'm big on TV it's less of a nerd thing more of an Asian thing. I think Asians love TVs everywhere it's true asian. Yep I'm getting some high fives back there. I can be lying on the couch and I just turn on my phone and lower the lights. I can set my alarm from my phone so I feel really secure. I like the first person shooter because I feel different when the screen becomes your eyes. How many real gamers you know do this like [SOUND] I'm like this. My trainers for X-Men, they're a husband and wife duo. And the husband, he is the fight coordinator for all the Assassin's Creed videos. And she is the new Evie Fry in the new one that just came out. Okay, last few. [MUSIC] I've loved Psylocke for so long. She can read your mind. She can create anything with her mind. So To win any fights, you could just create a mountain and have it fall down on you. But she chooses to create a sword so that she can kill up close and personal. And I always thought that was like really cool and it was badass. [INAUDIBLE] There's no photography, please.