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Aniston sticks with comedy

JenniferAniston.jpgJennifer Aniston is close to signing up to appear in the romantic comedy "He's Just Not That Into You". Aniston will play a woman with a long term boyfriend who is reluctant to take a trip down the aisle. It's being produced by Drew Barrymore's Flower Films. The cast already signed up includes Jennifer Connelly, Kevin Connolly and Justin Long.

Hollywood Reporter has the news of her next project. Personally I would prefer to see her in dramatic roles as opposed to comedies. I really liked her in Derailed, more of that genre would be good. Maybe it's because we saw her do comedy for so long in Friends, that comic roles in films seems a bit of a waste of her talents. Hopefully this is a quick detour back into comedy land before a return to more dramatic roles. Her role in Wanted sounds a bit more challenging, and will hopefully let us see what a good all round actress she really is.



Even I'm just not into this movie :P I hope it does well because Aniston needs a hit...she's had a slue of awful movies and even though The Break Up did fair; I didn't think it was a very good movie.

I like Aniston, but I'm in agreement with you Richard - I would much rather see her pursue a more dramatic roles. I'm one of those few who enjoyed Derailed. I also think her performance in The Good Girl was where we saw a glimpse at the talent behind the "Rachel" sterotype.


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