Milla Jovovich only has ''a few friends''.

The 'Resident Evil: Retribution' actress doesn't believe film stars have many people they can rely on in life and rather than hang out with ''acquaintances'' she prefers to spend time with her director husband Paul W. S. Anderson and make dolls houses and sew dolls with their four-year-old daughter Ever.

She said: ''I feel like movie stars don't have many friends at all. They have acquaintances. I really only have a few friends. My regular life today is reading books, making dolls houses, sewing dolls with my daughter and barbecuing.''

The 36-year-old star admits it is ''stressful'' making movies with her husband - who has worked on all five films in the 'Resident Evil' franchise, in which Milla portrays main character Alice - but generally the couple have a great time on set.

In an interview in the Independent newspaper, she added: ''Working with Paul, in particular, there's a lot more pros than cons because we make really fun movies together. It's stressful physically but emotionally we have a good time.

''We don't have that kind of tension of like, 'Aarrrgghh you've made me squeeze my soul out during the day and now I have to look at you all night.' ''