Jennifer Aniston

June 25, 2011 by Post Team 

Jennifer AnistonJennifer Aniston, “Drill, baby, drill” takes on new meaning in horrible bosses; due to the lustful Jennifer Aniston turn rough as a sexually voracious dentist. In a press conference to promote the comedy, Aniston – sleek and shiny with a T-shirt Calvin Klein, Tom Ford, skirt and shoes by Michael Kors – laughed any questions about taking the role to alter its image of all Americans.

“I just took it because I loved it and thought it was a fun challenge and great fun for me out of what people usually like to see me play,” he says.

She had no qualms about some of her more colorful lines. “The raunchier the better. It was very easy,” says Aniston.

Aniston, 42, was back on the cards thanks to her romance with Justin actor / writer Theroux. She told the crowd appreciative of the press who feels sxy and confident in her own skin. “At the age of 60 years, I’m doing pretty well,” jokes Aniston. “Without a doubt, feel more comfortable in my body as I get older, much more than when I was in my 20 years. I was so awkward and uncomfortable.”

Its Julia Harris has brown hair – by design, says Aniston, although the studio was worried about her going dark. “I knew I wanted a different look. I wanted her to have dark hair. I felt so much freedom. That was fun,” he says.

And as it plays a pretty horrible boss, the concert had it harder? “The hardest job I ever had was being a bike messenger in New York City. Yes I was 19 years,” he says. “Extremely awkward.” I was very uncoordinated. Should never have been allowed on a bicycle. ”

Many questions were directed to Aniston, who sat flanked by her co-stars Charlie Day, Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis. Above all, that captivated the audience saying a lot without saying much. “You do not want to play it safe all the time. I’ve never had a script came to me that allowed me to go in this direction. It was a great opportunity,” he says.

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