I’ve updated the gallery with high quality scans from the May, 2010 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK magazine. Enjoy!
Jennifer Aniston may be 41, but life has begun again, the actress told the British edition of Harper’s Bazaar.
“The last five years have been about spring cleaning for me,” she told the mag’s May 2010 issue. “Now it’s time for my rebirth. I love trying new things. I can’t just be put in a box.”
The future, however, isn’t likely to include Botox.
“I could do it, 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,” the actress said. “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 sh** every day.”
Jennifer, who is currently starring alongside pal Gerard Butler in “The Bounty Hunter,” revealed she is inspired by other strong women in Hollywood, including the head of Flower Films.
“I love what Drew Barrymore is doing with directing. It’s so much about a rebirth for her, and I love it when people are living in the now, like her. I hate it when people look back and regret what they haven’t got,” Jennifer said. “That’s how I feel about my own life now. And my God, let’s talk about how much I love Demi Moore as well. What kind of Kool-Aid is she drinking?”
The actress also revealed that she’s proud of what women have achieved in her lifetime.
“I grew up admiring strong women like journalist Barbara Walters and super-agent Sue Mengers, who represented Ali McGraw,” she said. “But now look where we’ve got to as women. We’ve had a woman run for President. There is nothing like our power.”
Gerard Butler grabbed Jennifer Aniston’s booty while posing for pics for fans on the River Seine in Paris Saturday night, according to TMZ.
The flirty co-stars — who are in France promoting their new flick, The Bounty Hunter — had just finished a dinner cruise with 20 guests.
Their PDA continued Sunday night when they hit the red carpet for their comedy.
Aniston — in a bright pink silk Christian Lacroix haute couture gown — wrapped her arms around Butler, 40, and smiled brightly.
The film’s director told UsMagazine.com earlier this month they were “flirting” all throughout filming.
They play ex-lovers reunited for a crime caper.
Aniston has joked that she blames Butler for start “rumors” that they’re hooking up.
But the actress — who got cozy with Butler in a hot tub at her 41st birthday party in Mexico — doesn’t exactly deny them.
“Gerry is the best,” she recently said. “He’s funny and handsome. Nice combo!”
Butler agreed. “We have a natural chemistry,” he recently said. “You can see it in our [W] magazine shoot and the film. We have a great time together.”
Besides Aniston’s derriere, there’s another body part Butler can’t get enough of. “Jen actually does have the best legs in Hollywood!” he said at the New York City premiere of The Bounty Hunter.
Thousands of people turned out in Maui for a chance to appear in the Adam Sandler-Jennifer Aniston movie “Just Go With It.”
Maui Film Commissioner Benita Brazier says more than 3,000 people showed up Saturday at the Kihei Charter School to apply to be extras in the film. Some people say they stood in line for nearly three hours before being called for their chance.
Movie officials have said they need “hundreds” of people to act as resort patrons, sitting around a pool, enjoying a luau and eating in restaurants.
Officials say most extras will be paid $100 for 10 hours of work, but those cast in special roles, such as hula dancers and “bikini girls,” will get more.
The movie is scheduled to begin shooting next month for four to six weeks in Wailea.
She’s normally praised for her stylish looks, but critics are slamming Jennifer Aniston for wearing a salmon-colored gown over the weekend in Paris, France.
Stepping out for the red carpet premiere of “The Bounty Hunter,” the beautiful actress showed up in strapless Christian Lacroix Haute Coutre gown and unfortnuately did not impress fashion critics.
For starters, Stylist.com called it a prom dress “gone bad” followed by, “We’re just not that into it, Jen.”
While an E! News fashion critic wrote that “as much as we think mixing it up is better than playing it safe, sometimes taking a risk can go awry and, well, this one did.”
According to uk.stylist.com, “To pull off a Lacroix gown, you need tons of attitude, otherwise the dress wears you rather than you wearing the dress, which is precisely what’s happening in this case.”
Jennifer Aniston is exploring the possibility of partnering with Oprah Winfrey to produce a talk show, reports the current issue of OK Magazine. Aniston is interested in producing a late-night talk show for Oprah’s new cable network, OWN, which is set to launch in 2010.
Aniston has become friends with Chelsea Handler of E!’s Chelsea Lately, and would like to produce a similar talk show of her own. Aniston already has experience producing for her own movie production company, Echo Films.
The Oprah Winfrey Network, which replaces the Discovery Health Channel, has announced a lineup of shows featuring Lisa Ling, Dr. Laura Berman, de-clutter expert Peter Walsh, and Master Class, a show focusing on “the most extraordinary people of our time, hand-picked by Oprah Winfrey.”
Having separated from Brad Pitt back in 2005, Jennifer Aniston still has the bad rap four years later of a lonely divorcée who can’t find love. Over 270,000 people, according to Google, still search for “Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt together” each month, PopEater reports.
Since gossip reports claim Jen doesn’t have any luck with men, PopEater asked dating experts to weigh in on how they think Jen can find the right man.
The sexy and talented actress really doesn’t need any sympathy from us. While she is 40 now, she’s still sexy and successful. Jen’s aware of her lack of love life that’s portrayed in reports and isn’t afraid to make fun of herself for it.
While accepting her Crystal Award for Excellence in Film she joked, “It started with The Good Girl, then of course Rumor Has It, followed by Derailed. Then there was The Break-Up. If any of you have a project entitled Everlasting Love With an Adult Stable Male, I’m at table 6 and my agents are at table 12!”
The dating experts didn’t have any project advice for Jen, but they did offer their advice on how she should date in the public eye.
“Date a real person, date an entrepreneur, a network exec who makes a bit of money,” Patti Stanger of Bravo’s Millionaire Matchmaker suggested.
Patti sees Jen with someone who’s “not obsessed with the red-capert” and “he’s 38 and up and maybe wants to have kids.”
Author Andrea Syrtash of the upcoming book He’s Just Not Your Type (And That’s a Good Thing) believes Jen needs to find someone in Hollywood who is not as equally famous as her — less John Mayer types and more producer types.
Jen’s future man needs to let her shine so that Jen can find stability, Andrea said, “That’s invaluable in a world where everyone wants a piece of you.”
Patrick Meagher, host of SIRIUS XM Cosmo Radio, adds the male perspective to the group of experts and thinks Jen should also date regular guys — won’t every guy love that idea!
“She can’t go any funnier than Vince Vaughn, [and] she can’t go any better looking than Brad Pitt,” Patrick said. “She needs to go normal: Fireman Bob.”
Patrick also thinks Madonna’s ex-husband Guy Ritchie would be a good choice for Jen. He said that after going through a public divorce with Madonna, dating Jen would be a “walk in the park” for Guy.
“She’s been working really hard on building this career, and it’s very difficult to add on top of that — for any career woman — trying to build a lasting, deep, committed relationship. That takes a lot of attention too,” said Jennifer Armstrong, the co-founder of Sirensmag.com.
“Jennifer Aniston is Jennifer Aniston and if she really wanted to be married again she could probably make that happen.”
Jennifer Armstrong added, “She should date whoever she wants to date. There are no real wrong decisions in dating… And relationships are tricky for everyone — even celebrities.”