The Friends reunion seems to be all that anyone could talk about today and how it would not be happening. Interestingly enough, Jennifer Aniston got a whiff of the fan spirit for such an occasion on Ellen today where she taped a segment airing tomorrow. I am not sure what she is promoting but she does have a comedy coming out in August called We’re the Millers. Several celebrities have visited the daytime talk show in recent weeks to promote their summer projects as Ellen does not air originals during those months. Instead, they opt to replay timely appearances like the one made earlier this week by the cast of Grown Ups 2. Continue Reading
Part of the moaning about whether or not The Office would indeed be returning come fall had to do with the actors’ busy movie schedules. Continue Reading
Get set for a Horrible Boss reunion of sorts. Jennifer Aniston is reportedly eyeing We’re The Millers in which she would co-star alongside Jason Sudeikis once again. This feature’s source material is substantially different, but it will indeed be a comedy as the plot centers on a man played by Sudeikis who is tasked with exporting 1400 pounds of marijuana to the United States. In order to get the job done, he enlists a hooker (Aniston) and two kids to play his family on a fake vacation.
The former Friends cast member was last seen paired up with Paul Rudd in Wanderlust whereas Sudeikis was last seen in A Good Old Fashioned Orgy. Perhaps that is why this is a match made in heaven because both actors just committed the cardinal sin in feature film acting: Never get involved in a project with overt sexual or nudist themes because moviegoers have shown that they will stay clear of these movies in theaters.
Whether this project goes forward is said to hinge on whether or not Aniston picks up the project, but judging from the buzz, it will probably end up happening. Directing will be Rawson Marshall Thurber who is best known for helming Dodgeball which starred Ben Stiller alongside Vince Vaughn. Wedding Crashers writers Steve Faber and Bob Fisher are behind the script.