"I'm used to it. I've done all these action movies that I'm usually outnumbered [in], you know?" the actress joked with ET's Cameron Mathison at the premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Wednesday.
Although they are all still young and rambunctious, Saldana said she has a plan for how to exact her hilarious revenge for years of being outnumbered when her kids get older.
"Once they grow up and they become dudes, I'm gonna rub it in their face," she said. "I'm gonna be so girly, they're gonna be annoyed by their mom every single day."
Saldana stunned on the red carpet in a shimmering, orange Emilio Pucci gown, and she posed for photos alongside her handsome husband.
The actress said she was surprisingly at ease when it came to Wednesday's premiere, which is an unusual sensation for her.
"This is the first time that, at a premiere, I feel excited but not nervous," she said. "I'm not anxious… in this film just I feel so supported, you know? And I support my friends. They're amazing."
Saldana said the most important thing for her is that her co-stars and the creators like her performance, explaining, "I hope my friends [and] my colleagues felt like I did a good job."
On Monday, Saldana and a few of her Guardians co-stars sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to promote the hotly anticipated sequel, and the actress opened up about how her green-skinned character, Gamora, convinced her kids that she's friends with the Hulk -- and revealed she uses that to get them to eat their veggies.
Check out the video below to hear more about Saldana's Hulk-themed parenting tricks.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 explodes into theaters May 5.