Remember BBC Radio 1 Radio reporter Chris Stark, who famously (and awkwardly) interviewed Mila Kunis a while back? Well, now he’s back, this time interviewing Jennifer Aniston about her upcoming film “Horrible Bosses 2“.
Unbeknownst to Chris, his boss Scott Mills wanted to play a little prank on him, so he spoke to Jennifer before the interview and asked her to make the interview as awkward as possible. Aside from acting horribly offended by some of the questions she was asked, she managed not to break character by remaining stone-faced the entire time, and Chris looks downright MORTIFIED. Keep reading »
It’s about to get frisky up in hurr! The new official trailer for “Horrible Bosses 2″ has just been released, and Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day are back to their old tricks. The only difference? This time, Jen Aniston is even kinkier than she was in the original movie. Jen reprises her role as a sex-crazed dentist who asks Bateman, “Have you ever done it in a dentist chair?”… and it just gets better and better from there. Check out the trailer for a sneak peek of what’s to come in theaters November 26!
Over the weekend, “Horrible Bosses” grossed $28 million at the box office. But according to an interview Brett Ratner did with The Hollywood Reporter, in the six years the movie was in development, it could have had a very, very different cast. Ratner explained that many actors had once been attached to take Charlie Day, Jason Bateman, and Jason Sudeikis’ roles—including Ashton Kutcher, Ryan Reynolds, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Johnny Knoxville, and then Ashton Kutcher again. Keep reading »
Over the past few weeks, Jennifer Aniston has (unwittingly, I think) hogged the “Horrible Bosses” publicity spotlight. Almost all of the coverage of the movie has focused on her—how she may or may not have a topless scene in the movie, how she’s breaking out of America’s Sweetheart mode to play a sex-crazed dentist, how she blew a kiss to Justin Theroux while getting her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Enough with Jennifer. I think it’s high time we took a better look at the three male stars of “Horrible Bosses.” After the jump, who we would shun, shag, and marry.
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Jennifer Aniston may play one of titular crappy bosses in the movie “Horrible Bosses.” But until she made it big on “Friends,” she could have been more accurately described as a “horrible employee.” In the press scramble for the movie, several reporters have asked her about her worst jobs and she’s given a few different answers. “I waited a lot of tables, and I wasn’t very good at that,” she told Marie Claire. “I dropped more than one Alpine burger in customers’ laps, and you just do not want all of that Swiss cheese and mushrooms in your pants.” She also wasn’t so hot at bike messengering—a profession I associate much more with tattooed guys than with America’s Sweetheart. “The toughest job I had was being a bike messenger in New York City,” Jennifer shared with Canwest News Service. “I was 19. [My lowest moment was] probably driving into a door that opened. I’m very uncoordinated and extraordinarily klutzy.” [Showbiz Spy, USA Today]
After the jump, more stars who say they were utter failures at the jobs they held before making it big.
I don’t know about you, but I sure am feeling refreshed after having July 4th off. Still, even though it’s a short week, so much is happening in the pop culture universe. Some of the most exciting happenings of this week: the series finale of “Friday Night Lights,” which makes me sad because I honestly could have watched this show for another five years; the release of “Horrible Bosses,” which, in addition to “Bridesmaids,” could make this one of the funniest summers on record; and the sequel to Push landing on bookstore shelves, which lets us know what happens to Precious about 10 years later.
After the jump, this week’s television, movies, and music plus much, much more. Keep reading »