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I added screencaptures and new stills to the gallery of Jennifers 2015 project ‘Cake’.

The story centers on chronic pain sufferer Claire (Aniston) as she struggles to come to terms, not only with the aftermath of the car accident that killed her son and left her partially disabled by chronic pain, but also with the suicide of a woman from her chronic pain support group, Nina (Kendrick). The film documents how Claire’s pain and grief affect her behavior, her relationships with other people, and her ability to function from just after Nina’s death until she reaches a breakthrough point in her own path.

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– Movie Roles > 2015 – Cake > Movie Screencaptures


February 23, 2016   Leave a Comment

tumblr_o2ykugZz1J1ur6ghso1_400Hello everyone! After some thinking, I decided to change a few things around here. This site used to Dutch, which was the main language. But a lot of visitors are foreign and have no idea what most articles mean. That is why I decided to change the site’s language to English. A lot of posts were already translated to English, but from now on I want to post all articles in English.

Also: you can now visit this site via a new address. You can still access the site via http://jennifer-aniston.nl but the new URL is http://jennifer-aniston.org!!! Please visit us for more updates, all in English!!!


February 23, 2016   Leave a Comment

Check the interview Jennifer and the rest of the Friends cast did at the James Burrows Tribute.


February 23, 2016   Leave a Comment

It was “The One Where They Reunited.”

Five of the six stars of “Friends” appeared in a two-hour tribute to director James Burrows that aired on NBC Sunday night, which featured plenty of funny and touching moments. The celebration was honoring Burrows’ legendary career in television, and other participating sitcoms included “Cheers,” “Frasier,” “Will & Grace,” “Taxi” and “Mike & Molly.”

David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow were all part of the show, though Matthew Perry was rehearsing for a play in London and wasn’t able to join them (except via a brief taped message). When the cast sat down for an interview with Andy Cohen, LeBlanc was quick to note Perry’s absence. “We’re not all together; there’s one missing,” he pointed out, adding, “We miss you, Matty.”

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– TV Shows & Interviews > + 2016 > February 21st: Cast Of Friends At ‘James Burrows Tribute’


February 22, 2016   Leave a Comment

friends-today-160212-01_10fc5c18802fed2093b1c6a638cf1648.today-inline-largeThe eagerly anticipated special didn’t disappoint. Here are six of our favorite moments with the “Friends” gang.

1. Aniston emphasized the show’s impact on their lives.

“We would do anything for Jim Burrows because he really gave us the opportunity of a lifetime, and probably the best 10 years of our acting careers that we will forever remember,” Aniston said. “We experienced friendship, family, heartbreak, babies, everything together. And we also had a wonderful experience with the world loving us as well.”

2. They reflected on their real-life friendship.

“In the beginning, it was not a hard thing. We really just wanted to hang out with each other,” Aniston said. “It was not ‘We have to do this.’ We really just fell in love and adored each other instantly, and would hang out at each other’s houses and watched the show together.” LeBlanc added, “Scenes you weren’t in, you would watch and kind of try to think of ideas for one another. Everybody was really supportive of one another.”

3. One question nearly left the group speechless.

Cohen asked the cast to address a rumor that they’d been asked to sign contracts saying they wouldn’t sleep with each other, eliciting loud laughs from the audience. After a pause, Schwimmer joked, “Well, that was broken.” Kudrow replied, “I was not asked to sign anything like that.”

4. They shared a lunchtime ritual.

“The three girls, we had lunch together every single day for 10 years, and we ate the same food,” Cox said, adding that their meal of choice was “a Jennifer salad.” She didn’t elaborate on what the ingredients were, but claimed that Aniston “had a way” when it came to making it.

5. They talked favorite episodes.

LeBlanc recalled the episode where “the boys went to a Ranger game and Ross was hit in the face with a puck” [“The One With George Stephanopoulos”], while Cox mentioned “The One with the Blackout.” Aniston said she loved those with flashbacks to “fat Monica and Rachel pre-nose job and Ross with his Afro.”

6. Kudrow revealed Burrows liked to draw from his previous shows.

“I felt like we were the brand-new show,” she explained. “There had been ‘Taxi’ and ‘Cheers’; he went around and told us, ‘You’re Mary from “Mary Tyler Moore.”‘ You’re Rev. Jim.'” LeBlanc drew laughs, adding, “I remember him saying ‘You’re Danza.'”

Aniston ended the segment by summing up Burrows’ legacy: “I think he taught us everything we know about comedy timing, support, collaboration,” she said. “He’s our papa.”


February 22, 2016   Leave a Comment

It was announced Jennifer Aniston is set to star in upcoming flick Office Christmas Party, according to The Hollywood Reporter!

The 47-year-actress will star alongside Jason Bateman, T.J. Miller and Kate McKinnon in the holiday comedy.

Office Christmas Party follows a cast of characters who have to contend with an office party gone wrong.

The is the fifth movie that Jennifer and Jason will star in together, with a film history that includes The Switch, Horrible Bosses, and The Break-Up.

The film is set to hit theaters just in time for the holiday season on December 9th!

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February 20, 2016   Leave a Comment

Giving the old rom-com genre new life, Garry Marshall is gearing up to release his latest masterpiece, titled “Mother’s Day.” This week, Open Road Films released a fabulous new trailer featuring stars like Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Julia Roberts and Kate Hudson.

Per the synopsis, “Intersecting stories with different moms all seem to collide during the Mother’s Day holiday.” “Mother’s Day” hits theaters on April 29th.


February 14, 2016   Leave a Comment

Happy 47th Birthday, Jennifer Aniston! (February 11th, 1969)

I was told to avoid the business all together because of the rejection. People would say to me, ‘Don’t you want to have a normal job and a normal family?’ I guess that would be good advice for some people, but I wanted to act.

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February 11, 2016   Leave a Comment

Justin Theroux had the support of his wife, Jennifer Aniston, at the world premiere of Zoolander 2 in NYC on Tuesday. The two looked equally stunning in sleek ensembles and stayed close while posing for photographers outside. On top of his red carpet appearance, Justin, who is both a Zoolander 2 star and cowriter, participated in an impromptu fashion show as his onscreen character, EviL DJ, along with costars Will Ferrell, Penélope Cruz, and Ben Stiller

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– Appearances > + 2016 > February 9th: “Zoolander 2” World Premiere At Alice Tully Hall


February 11, 2016   Leave a Comment

Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, and Jennifer Aniston all take a seat on stage in this first look at the upcoming James Burrows special for NBC. This is the first time the cast of Friends has really sat down together since the show ended back in 2004. Host Andy Cohen asks them if their contracts had a clause about not sleeping together. Watch below!

Noticeably absent is cast member Matthew Perry, who was spotted leaving the Playhouse Theater where he is starring in The End Of Longing on Wednesday (February 3) in London, England. The All-Star Tribute to James Burrows airs on Sunday, February 21 @ 9/8c on NBC.


February 7, 2016   Leave a Comment