Jennifer Aniston turned 42 and released another mediocre rom-com. Us Weekly says she knows how to rage:
Though it was a star-studded celebration, Jen Aniston’s 42nd birthday dinner was anything but a spectacle.
Dining in a private room at NYC’s Spotted Pig restaurant on Friday, the Just Go With It actress was joined by Adam Sandler and his wife Jacqueline Samantha Titone, Hugh Jackman and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness, and comedian Chris Rock.
“They were having a great time. I think Jennifer just loves being surrounded by funny people,” a source told UsMagazine.com Friday. “They were laughing the entire night, really enjoying the food.”
No word on whether Aniston received any over-the-top gifts from her A-list pals — not that she wanted any.
“I don’t want anything,” the actress told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show earlier in the day. “I have an embarrassment of riches. Let’s open a movie! That’s what I want.”
Call me crazy, but I don’t think blowing out a candle and making a wish can sell movie tickets, though acting lessons and passing on shitty scripts can help. Similarly, sending out a press release every time you giggle to convince the public that you’re happy and independent instead of scorned and desperate may not be the most effective approach.
Our most popular Google result, Emma Watson, went to the BAFTAs (Britain’s equivalent to the Oscars). Jennifer Aniston didn’t.