Jennifer and Justin attended American Cinematheque’s 2011 Award Show on Friday (October 14) at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hill. Jennifer gave a speech honoring Robert Downey, Jr. Enjoy the photos!
Jennifer Aniston and Universal Studios producer Scott Stuber hung out together at the exclusive SoHo House on Wednesday night (July 14) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 41-year-old actress was also seen chatting and mingling with CSI: NY’s Hill Harper at the SoHo house.
A couple of weeks ago, Jennifer was last seen with True Blood’s Chris Gartin at Sunset Tower Hotel. A rep later confirmed that Chris and Jen were just friends.
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Jennifer and Scott in West Hollywood, on July 14th!
Rumors from earlier this month that Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s relationship was on the rocks couldn’t have been further from the truth. In actuality, the pair is engaged!
Proving once and for all that Aniston, 43, is The One, Theroux popped the question to his love of 18 months on Friday, Aniston’s rep confirms to Us Weekly. It was an especially happy day for the actor and screenwriter, who was also celebrating his 41st birthday when he proposed.
In June, the pair, who costarred in the movie, Wanderlust, embarked on a romantic European vacation, stopping in Capri where they spent their nights at a $3,750-a-night hotel and sunbathed their toned torsos on the deck of the Liberty of Lymington, boat, which rents for $17,555 a wee
The entire getaway was dreamed up by Aniston, says a Theroux insider, “to take Justin to some of her favorite places.” They began their sojourn in Paris on June 10, following by a few days in Rome. Last week Theroux visited his love on the Wilmington, NC set of her latest flick, We’re the Millers.
This will be the first marriage for the Rock of Ages star and the second for Aniston, who married Brad Pitt in July 2000; they separated in January 2005 and finalized their divorce in October of that year. (Pitt proposed to longtime love Angelina Jolie earlier this year.)
In the end, Jennifer Aniston wound up being the filthiest of them all.
Aniston took home the very first Best On-Screen Dirtbag prize at the MTV Movie Awards for her role as sex-crazed dentist Julia Harris in “Horrible Bosses.” The category was introduced this year to celebrate the most cringe-worthy characters to hit the big screen this year.
But before she took the stage, a real-life cringe-worthy moment took place when some audience member heckled presenters Mila Kunis and Mark Wahlberg when they took the stage. The actress shook off the jab, with “Ted” co-star Wahlberg by her side, and handed the Golden Popcorn to Aniston.
“I mean, do you know how long I have tried to have somebody let me unleash my on-screen dirtbag? A really long time,” Aniston told the room. “And thank God this category just popped up. So I would like to say ‘thank you’ to the television show ‘Friends’ for letting me unleash the inner sweetheart and here’s to [director] Seth Gordon for allowing me to be a dirtbag.”
Aniston faced some stiff competition. Bryce Dallas Howard made for a horribly racist Miss Hilly in “The Help.” Jon Hamm used bedroom acrobatics to turn Kristen Wiig upside down in “Bridesmaids.” Aniston’s own “Bosses” co-star Colin Farrell had gotten reckless with a mound of cocaine and a slimy mustache. And then there was “Project X” star Oliver Cooper for his over-the-top party-boy antics. Cooper made the case for why he should win to MTV News all week.
“I f—ed up an entire neighborhood. I didn’t care about my friends. I still don’t care about those guys, OK? What else did I do in that movie? I don’t even remember. It’s all a blur. I don’t even care about the movie — that’s how much of a dirtbag I am,” Cooper told us. “I just want that goddamn popcorn, so I can have a career.” In the end, all of Cooper’s campaigning didn’t matter since the Golden Popcorn is headed towards Aniston’s mantle.
When MTV News caught up with the unexpected scene-stealer last summer to discuss “Bosses,” she revealed how she decided to take on the foul-mouthed, sexually explicit role.
“It wasn’t a ‘might.’ There was never the word ‘might’ [involved in deciding to take the part],” Aniston told MTV News. “It was pretty much, ‘How fast can I say yes? I will play this part.’
“I’d never seen anything like this woman, and I couldn’t imagine not doing it,” Aniston explained, adding that she was happy to be approached for a role so outside of her comfort zone. In the end, it was a gutsy and risquéé move that wound up leading her to Golden Popcorn glory
Jennifer Aniston is circling We’re The Millers, the New Line comedy about a pot dealer who pulls together a fake wife and two kids to pose as an RV road-tripping family so that he can smuggle 1000 pounds of pot cross country. Dodgeball‘s Rawson Thurber is directing. Aniston is in talks to play the fake wife, who’s actually a hooker. Her Horrible Bosses costar Jason Sudeikis is eying the role of the family patriarch (he’s the pot smuggler). The kids are juvenile delinquents. The raunchy comedy, described as a “warped Vacation,” has a script by Wedding Crashers scribes Bob Fisher & Steve Faber, and the film’s produced by David Heyman, Happy Walters, Vince Newman and Tucker Tooley, with Benderspink exec producing. Aniston is coming off Wanderlust, and she’s repped by CAA and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.
She is separately attached to star in an an untitled comic heist thriller written and to be directed by Justin Theroux. Aniston, Theroux and Jerry Weintraub are producers. Aniston and Theroux became a couple after they worked together on Wanderlust.
Aniston, a lifelong Aerosmith fan, gasped and giggled as the singer crooned a birthday greeting to the actress to the tune of his band’s monster hit “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing.”
The actress was promoting new her movie “Wanderlust” on the show when Seacrest, the host of “American Idol,” introduced Tyler, a judge on the TV talent show.
He sang, “I could lie awake just to say happy birthday…”, prompting a thrilled Aniston to coo, “This is not happening… This is so great.”
She and Tyler then exchanged mutual adorations on air, with the superfan telling the rocker, “Oh my God, I’m so happy you’re on Idol. I’m obsessed.”
Tyler then revealed he was calling from a recording studio, where he and his Aerosmith bandmates are working on new material, prompting the actress to ask, “Will you throw the name Jennifer in any one of those songs – any one of ‘em?”
The two stars then talked about love, with newly engaged Tyler congratulating the birthday girl on her romance with actor/writer Justin Theroux and she responded, “It’s in the air… 2011 was a good year for love.”
As Seacrest wrapped up the birthday treat and Tyler headed back to work, Aniston said, “That will be my memory forever… That was a good one, you guys.”
Jennifer Aniston will play one of the leading roles in ‘Miss You Already’, the new dramedy film from fast rising British writer/director Paul Andrew Williams (London to Brighton, The Cottage, Cherry Tree Lane).
Set in London, the film follows two lifelong female friends whose friendship goes tits up when one gets pregnant and the other gets seriously ill. Williams has co-wrote the script with British actress-writer-producer Morwenna Banks.
The film has been compared to 1980s tearjerker Beaches.
EntertainmentOne has pre-bought the UK, Australian and Canadian rights to the movie out in Berlin and the film will be produced by Christopher Simon and Felix Vossen of Embargo Films. They are attempting to sell the U.S. rights now.
The Hollywood Reporter says filming will begin in the summer for a release in 2013 and casting for the other roles is already underway. Presumably the co-lead to Aniston will be British with the film being set in the UK.
Aniston can next be seen in the Judd Apatow produce comedy Wanderlust which opens next week in the U.S. but not until next month in the UK.
Jennifer attended the 64th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards in Hollywood on Saturday (Jan 28th)! Jennifer was nominated a long with Demi Moore, Penelope Spheeris, Alicia Keys and Patty Jenkins for Movies for Television and Mini-Series for their collaboration on Lifetime’s “Five”. Enjoy the photos!