Jennifer Aniston won us all over as the comical and endearing Rachel Green on the long-running show Friends. It should therefore come as no surprise that the star is actually a riot in real life and keeps her hubby, Justin Theroux, in stitches at her comical nature.
Theroux expressed his adoration for his wife while chatting with Loaded Magazine recently. He focused on the fact that their relationship is kept perfect by the sense of humor they share and the ability to keep one another happy and laughing.
Hello relays the words of The Leftovers star in regards to Aniston and his interactions.
“It’s a laugh a minute. When we get on a run, it’s pretty fun. There’s been a couple of times when she has brought me to my knees laughing and me her. Literally, there was one time and she did something so funny and I was literally on my knees. So yeah, it’s a fun house.”
The couple has obviously been enjoying their time since saying their “I dos” in the summer of last year. Sense of humor is definitely a key component to ensuring a happy relationship and Jen and Justin clearly have that without doubt.
Justin is set for the release of Zoolander 2, which he will appear in and also co-wrote. The star was also behind the screenplay for the first Zoolander, which was a massive success at the box office and beyond. Theroux also played a small part in the first film, starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson.
Justin has, however, insisted that the clip was misinterpreted and feels saddened that the negative response was so strong about something that was unintended and misconstrued. The actor spoke with The Wrap on the controversial trailer.
“I don’t even know what to make of it, because it hurts my feelings in a way. I take great care in the jokes I write, and the umbrage being taken is out of the context of the scene. I wish people would see the movie first.”
The movie is likely still to be a hit despite the boycott drummed up by the controversy. As for Aniston, the beauty has been busy with a number of projects, but the biggest news of this past week involves the sitcom that brought the star to our television screens on a weekly basis for a decade. That’s right, the Friends cast reunited for an NBC tribute and a teaser was released of the cast interacting, notably displaying as much chemistry as always.
Absent from the tribute was Matthew Perry, who played Chandler on the hit sitcom. The actor was absent due to being involved in a play in London over the time the tribute was filmed. The Daily Mail shares insights about how the rest of the cast members appeared in the teaser.
“David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox still managed to delight with their unchanged chemistry in the sneak peak for the special television event.”
The couple was married in a secretive backyard wedding of their Be Air estates in the summer of 2015.
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