“We’re not in daily communication. But we wish nothing but wonderful things for each other. Nobody did anything wrong. You know what I mean? It was just like, sometimes things [happen]. If the world only could just stop with the stupid, soap-opera bullshit. There’s no story. I mean, at this point it’s starting to become — please, give more credit to these human beings.”
Jennifer Aniston is just as over hearing about her divorce from Brad Pitt as the rest of us. Despite the fact that it was ten long years ago, Aniston is still being depicted by tabloids as a sad loner who lost everything when Pitt left her for Angelina Jolie. It’s always been presumed that he cheated on her with Jolie, but in her latest interview with The Hollywood Reporter, she attempted to set the record straight. It’d be idealistic of me to think this will finally be the end of hearing about this beaten-to-death topic, but I’m holding out hope! [Pink Is The New Blog] [Image via Getty]
“…people overcomplicate it. It’s simply believing in equality between men and women”
In the January issue of Allure, Jennifer Aniston sums up feminism in just one sentence. If we reminded ourselves more often that the movement’s bottom line is simply about equality, we’d all save ourselves a lot of grief. Aniston posed in a gorgeous topless shot alongside old friend Chris McMillan (the genius behind “The Rachel” haircut), and had a lot to tell the magazine about her right to simply be herself. She’s sick of the unfair pressure placed on women to have children and society’s silly tendency to fawn all over actresses when they choose to play an “ugly” character. [Image via Michael Thompson/Allure]
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Knowing that Jennifer Aniston is such good friends with Chelsea Handler, there was no doubt in my mind that Jen has a dirty side— and I was right! The former “Friends” star stopped by “Conan” on Thursday night to talk about her new movie “Horrible Bosses 2,” when the TV host pointed out the unique necklace Jennifer wore in the movie’s promo.
“Oh, that’s a cock ring,” she told him, explaining the jewelry choice worn by her onscreen character, Dr. Julia Harris, a sex crazed-dentist. Keep reading »
Last week, the trailer for Jennifer Aniston’s upcoming film “Cake” was released online. The movie, which is already generating significant Oscar buzz, is about a woman (Aniston) who suffers from chronic pain and becomes obsessed with the suicide of her friend and fellow support group member (Anna Kendrick, as a chirpy, impossibly high-cheekboned ghost).
In all honesty, however, the trailer for ”Cake” is far less interesting than the response to it online, where bloggers and commenters are applauding Aniston for her “shocking” “transformation” into her role—which, if the trailer is any indication, basically involved her wearing the wrong shade of foundation and not washing her hair for a few days. Some critics, like Vulture’s Jada Yuan, have compared Aniston’s turn in Cake to Charlize Theron’s Oscar-winning transformation into killer Aileen Wuornos in “Monster”:
Aniston isn’t just sans makeup in this movie; she’s caked in a foundation that makes her face look greasy and jaundiced. White, puffy scars run across her chin and her cheek and her forehead, hinting at a trauma that will slowly reveal itself. Her hair is unwashed, her clothes the baggy khaki-linen variety of a woman who’s just given up.
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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 »
Jennifer Aniston is putting her full-time job of possibly being pregnant, definitely being sad and alone to make an Oscar bid with “Cake.” Aniston plays a woman suffering from chronic pain who keeps seeing the ghost of a woman (Anna Kendrick) from her support group who committed suicide. It’s obviously a dark drama with comedic moments, but I think the funniest moment of the trailer might have been heralding the hundred Academy Award nominees in the cast followed by little old nominee-less Sam Worthington. Do you think he feels left out? Read more on College Candy…