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NEW YORK — Mostly, Jennifer Aniston lets her ring do its thing.Anyone in doubt about her relationship status need only glance at her left hand to spot the ravishing rock from her fiancé of almost one year, writer/actor Justin Theroux.
She's pleasant and friendly, if not particularly forthcoming, at least to the press.
But away from tape recorders and cameras, she says she strives to be open, even posing makeup-free in a photo posted Saturday by her best friend and hairdresser Chris Mc Millan."I work really hard to not build up any walls due to any bumps that I've experienced in the road.
I try to incorporate them into positivity and chalk it up to great experiences," Aniston says. But let's not talk about that."Talk turns to being nice, and Aniston refers to an actor, whom she won't name, who revels in being unpleasant and cantankerous to those around him.
The latest speculation, after a fuller figure she showcased at the premiere of We're the Millers Aug. That she's (again) pregnant, which her longtime publicist, Stephen Huvane, says is not true. "Eventually if you start doing that, you won't be asked to come and play in the movie," Aniston says. The actress has no financial incentive to work, given the paychecks earned by her and her Friends castmates during the final season of their show.
Perhaps she'd rather let her film roles, which have become increasingly more risqué, speak in her stead. "You're not superior."Still, Sudeikis says to Aniston, "I don't know if I was in your situation that I wouldn't be apathetic at this point. Aniston's romantic travails — breakups, hookups, and that divorce that fueled a thousand covers — have kept her in the spotlight for more than a decade, and her level of fame would be paralyzing for most people, necessitating back-door exits from restaurants, for starters.
This time, in Wednesday's comedy We're the Millers, Aniston, 44, plays what she jokingly calls a "dirty, dirty stripper," a woman who finds herself with "no intention of being where she was at this part of her life. I have to have (the surgery) done again in about a month. Forbes ranks her 64 on its Celebrity 100 list, estimating her earnings at million as of June 2013, thanks in part to her lucrative deals with Vitamin Water and Aveeno. "I think it's more of what's happening in the world in terms of our industry.
I saw the part that was a little closed up and beaten down by disappointments."Aniston's Rose teams up with Jason Sudeikis' small-time pot dealer Dave to haul an RV full of marijuana across the border from Mexico. I like that Dave starts out selfish and he ends up being a little selfless."Director Rawson Marshall Thurber had seen Aniston's lascivious dentist in Bosses and was smitten."She stole the show there and was funny and fearless. You can't embarrass her."She can hang with the boys. She's not a wallflower."Without question, Aniston and Sudeikis, who's quick on his feet, easily go toe to toe, zinging from Sudeikis' departure from NBC's Saturday Night Live — "Selfishly, I'm sad," laments Aniston, to which he promises to get her a boxed set — to the physical training she took on for her pivotal pole dancing scene, something of an homage to Flashdance. But ask Aniston, and she'll tell you the work isn't the issue. The side of it, the media side of it, very much overshadowing the stuff we get to do.
To help fool the authorities, they're joined by a fake son and daughter. She could hold the screen with Jason and she has a natural mothering nature to her. We developed her and gave her a bit more of a story. Even for someone as physically honed as Aniston, the choreography was brutal."It wasn't easy, because I'd just had knee surgery a month and a half before. And then also just getting trained physically — I was really in shape then. You stand up and jump up and do push ups."So even Aniston, she of the toned yoga bod, has issues? My body and genetics — my mother gave me a big (butt). Sometimes it likes to takes trips to the right and we have to get it to come back. It's everything else."I get frustrated all the time. We're all just trying to do our best in order to entertain people.
Crazy antics involving a poisonous spider and inter-familial kissing lessons ensue. And Jason has the right kind of biting humor that the role required. He can be both charming and just a little bit of a jerk. The niceness is all there, but there is also an understanding that it has to be good."Aniston jokes that the selling point of their film was her aggressively homely mom attire. I love the full circle of how she's closed off and a little broken down and beaten up. I was in the kind of shape I don't enjoy being in because it feels a little too fit. "And the workouts I had to do were so torturous and you just dread it. We're not trying to anger people."Her tactic: Be as choosy as possible about what you do, and then go back and live your life."As we've gotten older, you realize that life is so short and the passage of time is so important and precious, so if you're going to be three months anywhere, you better have something enjoyable and wonderful you're doing.
It's the third time Aniston and Sudeikis are paired up on film, after 2010's The Bounty Hunter and 2011's Horrible Bosses. From my perspective, they were friends coming into the movie. It's good when men are in touch with their emotional selves and are not inhibited and intimidated to show that."Sudeikis, 37, draws attention to her unwavering politeness and professionalism."Jen's lovely to everybody," he says. There's an appreciation of the team and talent that goes into all this stuff. At the heart of everybody in the movie, they're desiring to be loved and have a family. It's nice to be thoughtful in the process of deciding things. Then I said yes and you supported me."In fact, Thurber confirms, Aniston "doesn't get enough credit for how funny she is in person. I'm getting to the point of, 'Where is it shooting?
Very early on, in the first week, I lined up a two-shot with them, and they started riffing and playing off each other. And it was funny."She jokes that she begged Sudeikis to do the movie. But if you think too much, I think you'll cause creative paralysis."In the film, Aniston's Rose is the brains behind the ramshackle operation. "No," Aniston declares."Yes you are," counters Sudeikis, who next headlines the rom-com Tumbledown, in which he plays a writer opposite Rose Byrne. ' And not wanting to be away from home that much." Sudeikis and Aniston have more in common than the movies.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating