Jennifer Aniston Immortalized At Grauman's Chinese Theater; Reveals More About Brad Pitt Split
Thursday afternoon, Jennifer Aniston had her hands and feet imprinted in cement during a ceremony in her honor in front of Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Her boyfriend, Justin Theroux, was on hand along with comedienne Chelsea Handler and her Horrible Bosses co-star Jason Bateman.
Aniston recently revealed that filming her 2005 film The Break-Up in 2005 helped her move on from her real-life marriage split from Brad Pitt the year before.
The movie, in which the actress played then-real-life-lover Vince Vaughn's girlfriend, was one of the first she signed on for after she and Pitt ended their marriage - and she admits the shoot was therapeutic.
Talking about the decision to take on the film in a taped interview with Inside the Actors Studio host James Lipton, she says, "I was slightly familiar on the topic and the issue. It was a great way to sort of exorcise."
She tells Lipton it was clear that the movie's producers were hesitant about approaching her for the project, considering her recent heartbreak - but she was game.
She adds, "I was like, 'Why not? Turn the page, let's move on.'"
Aniston's Inside The Actors Studio interview will air on TV on Monday.
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