Warren Beatty. Clint Eastwood. Drew Barrymore. Mel Gibson. So who will be the next actor to take a seat in the director’s chair? Miss Jennifer Aniston. “I have a project in development I’m going to direct,” she said recently. “After you get enough movies under your belt you sit back and go, ‘What’s next?’ It’s getting to a time where creatively I want to turn in a different direction.” [NY Post]
And a new direction sounds like a very good idea, since romantic comedy #1003, “The Bounty Hunter,” was lackluster and “The Switch”—an artificial insemination comedy once titled “The Baster”—doesn’t look much better. Since Jen hasn’t give us anymore information about what this “project” could be, our suggestions for her after the jump.
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“I’m a bit of a bad boy. By the way, I’m still not sure my hand was really on her butt. I think that’s just the way the camera was angled. I actually haven’t seen it.”
– Gerard Butler on that widely circulated photo of him appearing to stick a finger in Jennifer Aniston‘s booty. Whatever the case may be, we are still going to use the term “Buttlered” for this kind of move going forward. [Us Weekly] Keep reading »
“I could do [botox], and I mean these lines are getting deeper every day, but when I tell you what’s happened to me — these lines are just about living. Look, I eat really well and I work out, but I also indulge when I want to. I don’t starve myself in an extremist way. You’re not taking away my coffee or my dairy or my glass of wine because I’d be devastated. My advice: just stop eating s**t every day.”
— Jennifer Aniston explaining to UK Harper’s Bazaar how she stays in such phenomenal shape at 41 (yes, 41!) [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »
What on earth is Gerard Butler doing with his finger in Jennifer Aniston’s butt crack? Is this, like, his version of giving her sneaky bunny ears? Eww. [TMZ] Keep reading »
Sometimes we feel like Us Weekly‘s “The Fashion Police” and other similar style critics can be a tad harsh. Also, they tend to have these really boring, conservative styles and we have to wonder what their real fashion credentials are. (Case in point: US Weekly‘s “Top Cops” include random comedian Stefanie Novik and Chet Cannon of “The Real World, Brooklyn.” When did they ever go to design school!?) The Fashion Peacekeepers are here to say, hey, can’t everyone’s styles just get along?
It’s not easy, but every now and then, we feel kinda bad for famous, beautiful cajillionaires. Tabloids, paparazzi, us … can they not catch an everlovin’ break? Today, fashion police across the web are brandishing their weapons and calling out rom-kom kween Jennifer Aniston for making the grave sartorial misstep of wearing a color that clashes with the red carpet. OK, so the dress is not one we would be caught dead in, but that’s beside the point. Must celebs always nix the color hot pink no matter what? Sounds like garment prejudice, and we don’t like it one bit. Keep reading »