This is a tale of two Jennifer's so I will try not to confuse you. Jennifer Connelly which is the good actress in our tale gave an interview to Harper's Bazaar in the UK about her new film. I'm not going to plug it because, hell, it is going to be all over everywhere soon, so if you want to see it you can find it. Anyway, Jennifer C filmed this movie with another Jennifer, this one with the last name of Aniston. So, Jennifer C goes into this big production in the interview about how she loved, loved, loved Jennifer Aniston.
“I thought she was such a sweetheart. I've always thought she was very talented and lovely, warm, generous and after the film, I thought, 'Ooh, I want to be her friend. I want to hang out with her.'”
Jennifer C admitted to the magazine that she and Jennifer don't hang out and never have. So, why on earth would you just say the line above? It is like they have to convince the world that everyone got along great on the set and that it was the best experience of their life and that everyone held hands and stood in a circle at the end of filming each day and gave each other a little shoulder massage.
It is only after a couple of years removed from the movie and a bottle of booze in your hand that the real story comes out.
If you get along with someone at work really well and love being with them, you know you are probably going to go ahead and get a phone number from that person so you can call them at home. This is of course not true if the person is your office spouse and they have four kids and a jealous spouse at home. Let's just say lesson learned and leave it at that.
But with Jen and Jen there should be no such limitations, so I'm guessing they hated each other and that Jennifer C thought she was better than Jennifer A (which she is) and was probably ticked off that Jennifer A was getting paid ten times as much to be there (which she probably was). But both of them know how to play the game and will throw out fake smiles and air hugs and the whole world will just want to hang out with them too. Oh, and you can do it for $10 at the movie theatre please.