Jennifer Aniston On New Haistyle And Her Film ‘Mean Moms’ Not Happening

Jennifer Aniston has always been one to look up to as a beauty, fashion, and health guru. The Friends star made “The Rachel” cut famous back in the 90s and has since always been on point with her silky tresses and how she styles them.


Most recently, Jen has opted for bangs and blonde locks while she begins filming for her latest role in the film Yellow Birds. The beauty stepped out while on set looking as chic as always while presenting photographers and media with her new look and wearing some complementary business attire. Us Weekly relays the new look Aniston has unveiled with a bang.

“The Friends alum and forever hair icon, 46, modeled wispy fringe, which blended well into a layered hairstyle that framed her face.Completing her elegant look, Aniston, who tied the knot with Justin Theroux this past summer, wore a crisp business ensemble: a navy blue suit and a camel top, paired with a multi-string pearl necklace.”

As the publication notes, this isn’t the first time that Jen has rocked a fringe. She styled her hair into a side-swept fringe back in the final years of Friends and also wore blunt brunette fringed hair for her role in the film Horrible Bosses — that, however, was a wig, as is the new blonde look Jen has been wearing for her current role. That’s right! It’s not a permanent new do but an on-set appearance for her role. We love her lengthy mane and grown-out side fringe anyway.

Us details when Jen’s current faux-style can be expected on the big screen.

“Aniston is simply wearing a wig on set for her role as a devoted mother to a young soldier sent to fight in Iraq. The Yellow Birds is set to hit theaters in 2016, as is her Garry Marshall–directed ensemble comedy, Mother’s Day.”

As for the film Mean Moms, there is now talk that the movie won’t even make it to theaters at all. Design & Trend relays recent news as to the comedy that Aniston has been identified as being a part of.

“The comedy, which was slated to star Jennifer Aniston, is ‘in a holding pattern right now,’ according to would-be director Sean Anders, who wrote the script.”

The script outlines the life of a happily married mom of two who moves from a small town the suburbia, where she is forced to deal with the competitive world of snobby suburban parenting. Jen was set to star in the film alongside other star leading ladies, yet the actual set cast was never truly revealed. Anders shares as to what the hold-up is on film development.

“We just had a meeting with the studio last week and we are waiting for it to be officially greenlit. Not much we can say at the moment, but we’ve done many iterations of the script and we have finished our final draft and we really, really want it to happen.”

Aniston spoke about her return to comedy after doing a remarkable job in her Cake role, which was of the dramatic genre. Jen shared with the Los Angeles Times back in January how landing the dramatic role was a huge step for her in her career as an actress, after feeling slightly type-cast for comedies.

“I was going through frustrations in my career [leading up to ‘Cake’]. I wanted to work with this director or that director — and it was like ‘why can’t I be part of that?’ I had such amazing success in that one piece of our industry, but I wanted to stretch myself more. I was starting to fear maybe they’re right. Maybe I’m not right for any of these parts. But I can’t let other people’s opinions — or lack on being chosen for a role — make me doubt what I know I can do.”

Aniston seems to dazzle regardless of role or genre of film. Watch Jen in the trailer for Cake.

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