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Jennifer Aniston is close friends with Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, but that's not the only reason she's lesbian-friendly. She's had her share of girl-on-girl on screen, including a scene with Kathryn Hahn in their new film We Are the Millers.
What better time to count down Jen's best lesbian moments?
5. Getting down with groupies in Rockstar
Because when your boyfriend, Mark Wahlberg, is making out with girls, you can, too.
4. A hippie foursome on a commune in Wanderlust
When in Rome...
3. A sweeps week kiss with Courtenay Cox on Dirt
Before the episode aired, Jen told People it was more of a "goodbye kiss" than a sexy one, saying, "I don't honestly think people want to see Rachel and Monica have at it."
2. As Rachel, after a trip to the strip club on Friends
"For me, it'd have to be Chantelle. When »
I'm sure I'm not alone when I say I applaud Jennifer Aniston's recent choice of movie roles that have her poking holes in her good girl persona by showing a new found tendency to play comically deranged (Horrible Bosses, "30 Rock") or silly (Wanderlust) and now in We're the Millers, she's a stripper posing as a suburban housewife. Bet you didn't see that one coming.
And as a bonus to her audience, these meaty roles give Aniston a chance to show off that ridiculous age-averse body and as this first trailer shows, girl's got it, and she's happy to flaunt it.
Check out the trailer after the jump. »
- Andrea Miller
Playing a stripper at 44? No problem at all for Jennifer Aniston. The actress isn't shy about showing off her famously sculpted body in the upcoming movie We're the Millers, playing a stripper opposite Jason Sudeikis's small-time drug dealer. And all that work with yoga instructor Mandy Ingber continues to pay off, as Aniston puts on a show sans (most) clothes several times in the action comedy. Photos: What Will Jennifer Aniston Wear on Her Wedding DayFor the bride-to-be - who recently admitted she was "a lot rounder" 20 years ago than she is today - undressing for the camera is nothing new. »
- By Tim Nudd
Even after all these years, Jennifer Aniston's Friends castmates are still her family. The Wanderlust actress sat down as a guest co-host on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, May 22 -- and admitted that she and the rest of the Central Perk gang definitely "miss each other." In a hilarious video skit that aired earlier in the episode, Aniston, 43, popped by Matthew Perry's L.A. home to ask for advice for co-hosting DeGeneres' talk show -- only to be met by real-life Bff Courteney Cox attempting [...] »
Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: July 9, 2013
Price: DVD $29.98, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $34.98
In the movie, Fey plays Portia Nathan, a Princeton admissions officer who lives her life by the book. During her annual recruiting trip, however, she reconnects with a former classmate, free-spirited teacher John Pressman (Rudd).
As she bends the entrance rules for one of his unconventional students, she puts everything she thought she wanted at risk but also find a surprising and exhilarating life she never dreamed of.
Domestic comedy “Peeples” may appropriate its entire premise and plot structure from “Meet the Parents,” but its heart is suffused with French cinema. Not the cinema of Godard or Rivette, exactly, but rather that specific strain of heated, horny, hyperactive farce that Gallic auds actually attend. Set amid the bourgeois black upper class rarely glimpsed on film, and driven by the discreet charm of lead Craig Robinson, writer-helmer Tina Gordon Chism’s debut pic deals out generous doses of anarchic hijinks without stressing over the narrative connective tissue in between, and the end product holds together just well enough. Modest B.O. beckons.
Last year, the Paul Rudd comedy “Wanderlust” was released on Blu-ray with an alternate “bizarro” cut that re-created the same rote plot as the theatrical cut, using only deleted scenes and outtakes, and it’s not difficult to imagine “Peeples” following a similar route. Hilarious bits of »
- Andrew Barker
Sometimes even the hottest stars have their not-so-glamorous days. That certainly seemed to be the theme of this week, with stars like Jennifer Aniston showing off some interesting body marks and Kristen Chenoweth ragging on a muffin top that we simply couldn't see. Check out our five most popular stories of the week: 1. Jennifer Aniston's Visible Cupping Marks: Call us crazy, but are those cupping marks on the Wanderlust star's back? Aniston made waves when she showed up to the premiere of Call Me Crazy this week with several circular marks on her body that she wasn't able to conceal. 2. Amanda Bynes Home Movie: The Easy A starlet posted a short video of herself on telly.com »
According to Chud, Marvel is moving forward with a "Doctor Strange" movie and is considering Justin Theroux to play the role. It's not clear if other actors are being looked at, but it's rumored that Theroux is already working on the script. Theroux starred in such films as "Wanderlust," "Your Highness," and "American Psycho," and is known for his toned physique. The actor is also responsible for the scripts for "Tropic Thunder," "Iron Man 2" and "Rock of Ages." Originated in 1963 by Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, Dr. Strange was a self-centered New York surgeon robbed of his touch after a car accident. After a stint as a wandering derelict, he found his way to a healer in the Himalayas, where he learned to tap into psychic powers to battle evil wizards and other wrongdoers. Other actors previously rumored to play the role have been Viggo Mortensen, Adrien Brody and Patrick Dempsey. »
The report says that it is unclear whether other actors are being considered for the role.
Theroux previously worked with Marvel as the screenwriter for 2010's Iron Man 2.
Studio head Kevin Feige recently confirmed that Doctor Strange would join Edgar Wright's Ant-Man in Marvel's Phase Three. Its Phase Two will shortly launch with Iron Man 3 and will conclude with 2015's Avengers 2.
Jennifer Aniston would like a reasonably stress free wedding this time around. The beautiful Us actress will marry hunky Us actor Justin Theroux (her co-star in "Wanderlust') soon and a report claims Jen found her first wedding to Brad Pitt ''stressful'' and decided to try to avoid that for her upcoming ceremony. The former 'Friends' actress tied the knot with the actor in 2000, but her wedding planner Kevin Lee admits his famous pal was uncomfortable with the lavish celebration - which cost a rumored $1 million and included a 13 minute-long fireworks display and 50,000 flowers -and is planning a very different ceremony when she ties the knot with Justin Theroux later this year. Kevin said: ''They won't be blowing millions on an over-the-top wedding with hundreds of people they barely know. Brad wanted that when she married him, and she got caught up in having a huge day. ''It was ultimately »
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Jason Clarke, Kerri Russell and Gary Oldman are the human stars of the upcoming sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, but many people ae convinced the real star is Andy Serkis, who will reprise his role as Caesar from Rise of the Planet of the Apes. New photos from the set show off Serkis and other apes without hair covering up their motion-captured bodies. [Daily Mail via Collider] Go the F--- to Sleep: The surprising publishing sensation titled Go the F--- to Sleep is, surprisingly (?!) heading to the big screen. Actor-writer Ken Marino (Role Models, Wanderlust) and his wife Erica Oyama have been hired to pen the screenplay, based on the book written by Adam Mansbach and illustrated by Ricardo Cortes. The source material is quite slender...
- Peter Martin
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Jason Clarke, Kerri Russell, and Gary Oldman are the human stars of the upcoming sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, but many people ae convinced the real star is Andy Serkis, who will reprise his role as Caesar from Rise of the Planet of the Apes. New photos from the set show off Serkis and other apes without hair covering up their motion-captured bodies. [Daily Mail via Collider] Go the F--- to Sleep: The surprising publishing sensation titled Go the F--- to Sleep is, surprisingly (?!) heading to the big screen. Actor/writer Ken Marino (Role Models, Wanderlust) and his wife Erica Oyama have been hired to pen the screenplay, based on the book written by Adam Mansbach and illustrated by Ricardo Cortes. The source material is quite slender...
- Peter Martin
Some days, it seems like every other story on this site is about an adaptation of some kind. Young adult fantasies, mystery thrillers, romantic epics, comic series and video games are an endless river of original stories for filmmakers to swoop in and snatch the rights for. Truthfully, this is a process that is usually as frustrating as it is exciting, seeing as how often the visual medium can destroy the tone and narrative of the source material. But when that source material is the hilarious .children.s book. Go the Fuck to Sleep, one has to wonder how a film could ever exist. Fox 2000 has certainly raised expectations by hiring one of the funniest guys on the planet to adapt it. Deadline reports Ken Marino (Wanderlust) and his wife Erica Oyama will be adapting Adam Mansbach.s book, whose lovingly illustrated pages by Ricardo Cortes will probably not make »
After a reading by Samuel L. Jackson took the Internet by storm, the children's book for adults, Go the Fuck to Sleep, written by Adam Mansbach and illustrated by Ricardo Cortes, became quite the popular item. And as is the case with any tangible property that becomes popular nowadays, the book is headed to the big screen. Deadline reports Fox 2000 has just hired comedian Ken Marino (Role Models, Wanderlust, Wet Hot American Summer) and his wife Erica Oyama Marino to adapt the funny book into a film with The Twilight Saga producer Karen Rosenfelt and All You Need is Kill producer Erwin Stoff. More below! Here's Samuel L. Jackson reading the book with a masterful use of the word "fuck" as only he can deliver: Ken Marino should be a familiar face from his appearances in various comedies, but he may be even more recognizable for his TV appearances as »
- Ethan Anderton
Once upon a time a cutely illustrated, explicitly written “children’s book for adults” burst onto the scene. Adam Mansbach’s ode to parents who can’t get their children to, well, go the f–k to sleep, was a bestseller before it was even available (under the “advice” category on the New York Times list).
- Lindsey Bahr
The feature film adaptation of the fantastically hilarious childrens book Go the Fuck to Sleep looks to be moving forward. Deadline reports that Fox 2000 has tapped husband and wife duo Ken Marino and Erica Oyama Marino to pen the screenplay for an adaptation of author Adam Mansbach’s bestselling book, which takes a realistically frustrated (and very funny) approach to getting your child to go to bed. The Marinos most recently wrote and created the popular webseries Burning Love, while Ken Marino also co-wrote and appeared in director David Wain’s Role Models and Wanderlust. Hit the jump to listen to Samuel L. Jackson’s audiobook rendition of Go the Fuck to Sleep. »
- Adam Chitwood
Exclusive: Husband-wife scripting team Ken Marino & Erica Oyama have been hired to adapt the book Go The F To Sleep for Fox 2000 and Twilight Saga producer Karen Rosenfelt and All You Need Is Kill producer Erwin Stoff. The book, which was written by Adam Mansbach and illustrated by Ricardo Cortes, is categorized as a children’s book for adults. Mansbach wrote it out of a father’s frustration with being unable to get his young daughter to nod off each night. It became a sensation when Django Unchained star Samuel L. Jackson did a reading of it that became a viral sensation (check it out below). Erica Oyama created the Yahoo/Paramount Insurge/Red Hour Internet and now E! series Burning Love, which Ken Marino has starred in and directed for the first three seasons. Ken Marino also co-wrote Role Models and Wanderlust with David Wain. The couple just closed »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
Gomez, 20, is a big fan of Aniston, who is known for playing role of Rachel Green for a decade in popular sitcom "Friends".
"I ran away from Jennifer Aniston. When she said, 'Hi', I was terrified of her. I was scared, so I ran away and I'm really embarrassed about that," Gomez said on a radio show.
"I didn't know what to do - it's Rachel," she added.
- Smith Cox
Jennifer Aniston hasn't appeared onscreen in over a year, but the actress could have her biggest role coming to theaters soon enough.
Aniston, who last led the 2012 flop "Wanderlust," stars in the upcoming film "The Switch," based on the novel by Elmore Leonard. (The book is the first Leonard novel to feature Ordell Robbie and Louis Gara, characters made famous by Samuel L. Jackson and Robert De Niro in Quentin Tarantino's "Jackie Brown," itself based on Leonard's "Rum Punch.") Aniston plays an abused housewife in "The Switch," and her performance is so powerful that it made the film's director emotional.
"It's the best work she's ever done and she’ll blow people away," director Daniel Schechter told THR in a new feature on the New York indie film scene. "I don't think people will see it coming, she's so talented and I was crying while watching it."
Schechter, who »
- Christopher Rosen
Admission movie: Domestic Box office bomb Paul Rudd hasn't been at all lucky at the Us/Canada box office. His latest star vehicle, the Paul Weitz-directed (About a Boy, In Good Company) comedy Admission, co-starring 30 Rock's Tina Fey, is his most recent box-office flop, following the costly James L. Brooks / Reese Witherspoon comedy How Do You Know ($30.21m), Jesse Peretz's Our Idiot Brother ($24.81m domestic), and David Wain / Jennifer Aniston's Wanderlust ($17.45m), plus Judd Apatow's commercial disappointment This Is 40 ($67.54m). (Pictured above: The likable Paul Rudd in the un-liked Admission.) Weitz's film pulled in an estimated $6.44 million at 2,160 Us and Canada sites this weekend (March 22 - 24), as per studio figures found on the web site Box Office Mojo. That's represents Rudd's second worst wide-release debut ever (movie screening at more than 1,000 venues), trailing only another comedy, Jeff Lowell's Over Her Dead Body, starring / Lake Bell and Eva Longoria, »
- Zac Gille
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