Jennifer Featured In September Issue Of Elle

Jennifer is featured in the September, 2009 issue of Elle magazine.  I’ve added outtakes from Elle.com.  I’ll have the scans as soon as I can get my hands on the magazine!

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On being labeled a “lonely girl”: “I’m not going to ignore the pink elephant in the living room. It’s fine. I can take it. If I’m the emblem for ‘this is what it looks like to be the lonely girl getting on with her life,’ so be it.”

On helping others unlucky in love: “I support women, men, anybody who is in a place that’s not their strongest and who is ready to push forward.”

Jennifer Featured In September Issue Of Elle

Jennifer is featured in the September, 2009 issue of Elle magazine.  I’ve added outtakes from Elle.com.  I’ll have the scans as soon as I can get my hands on the magazine!

thumb 34835 Jennifer Aniston articleimage2 122 215lo Jennifer Featured in September Issue of Elle thumb 34848 Jennifer Aniston Photos in the magazine 122 188lo Jennifer Featured in September Issue of Elle thumb 34841 Jennifer Aniston articleimage 122 915lo Jennifer Featured in September Issue of Elle

On being labeled a “lonely girl”: “I’m not going to ignore the pink elephant in the living room. It’s fine. I can take it. If I’m the emblem for ‘this is what it looks like to be the lonely girl getting on with her life,’ so be it.”

On helping others unlucky in love: “I support women, men, anybody who is in a place that’s not their strongest and who is ready to push forward.”

Jen On The Prowl For Younger Men?

Desirable young guys, beware. You are the prey.

And Jennifer Aniston is the hunter, slinking into a role as an older—think thirtysomething—sexpot in the romantic comedy Pumas, reports Variety. Like fellow Friend Courteney Cox, who’s got her own upcoming animal-themed TV series called Cougar Town, Aniston will play a character who likes youthful beaus.

Look, if Aniston—who looks younger and better than most people half her age—wants to stretch her acting chops like this, we won’t argue. Playing the age card is a good way to get nominated for an Oscar—her ex Brad Pitt did that in Benjamin Button—and we’re sure she’ll be great.

But still, let’s not be sexist: Isn’t it time we see a film about men who chase younger women? It’s time, Hollywood.

You could just call it…Men.

Jennifer Aniston Is Going To Prison

gallery 3547541 202x300 Jennifer Aniston Is Going to PrisonJennifer Aniston is going to be spending some time behind bars soon—but don’t worry, it’s for a movie role.

Life & Style reports that Aniston has inked a deal to produce and star in Goree Girls, a musical set in a women’s prison in the 1940s.

“Jennifer has finally signed on the dotted line to make Goree Girls her next movie as both star and producer,” says an insider. “She is gearing up to shoot this during the first eight weeks of 2010.”

The film, which is based on a true story, chronicles the tale of a group of female inmates in a Texas prison who become the first ever all-female country act. After gaining popularity for their musical offerings, they were eventually granted pardons.

Aniston is going to be a busy gal in the coming months. According to Variety, she’s also signed on to star in the romantic comedy Pumas, about a group of thirty-something women on a perpetual quest for younger men.

Jen On The Prowl For Younger Men?

Desirable young guys, beware. You are the prey.

And Jennifer Aniston is the hunter, slinking into a role as an older—think thirtysomething—sexpot in the romantic comedy Pumas, reports Variety. Like fellow Friend Courteney Cox, who’s got her own upcoming animal-themed TV series called Cougar Town, Aniston will play a character who likes youthful beaus.

Look, if Aniston—who looks younger and better than most people half her age—wants to stretch her acting chops like this, we won’t argue. Playing the age card is a good way to get nominated for an Oscar—her ex Brad Pitt did that in Benjamin Button—and we’re sure she’ll be great.

But still, let’s not be sexist: Isn’t it time we see a film about men who chase younger women? It’s time, Hollywood.

You could just call it…Men.