has slammed her critically mauled movie Rumor Has It
as "the worst experience of my life," insisting personal problems and a poor script left her "unmotivated" and miserable on set. Her first foray into acting since her break up with husband Brad Pitt
, the film only grossed $43 million at the box office and left Aniston wishing she had never signed up.
The movie pits the star as a woman who discovers her family inspired "The Graduate," Charles Webb's hit novel which subsequently became a movie classic
. But despite being intrigued by the concept, Aniston was left bitterly disappointed with the end result and poor press.
She says, "The worst experience of my life, the worst experience; the worst film. It sounded like a great idea, an interesting backdrop for a romantic comedy. But it was never fleshed out, never fully realized. And for me personally, I was going through a horrible time. I wasn't at my best as an actor. I was unmotivated by it. Why talk about it? We can let that little train go by."
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