Celebrating the matriarchs that make the world go ‘round, Garry Marshall’s “Mother’s Day” is coming to theaters on April 29th.
Starring Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts, Jason Sudeikis, Shay Mitchell, Britt Robertson and Timothy Olyphant, the forthcoming flick is produced by Kevin Frakes, Mike Karz and Wayne Rice.
And in the just-released trailer, there’s plenty of strange family dynamics, drama and love, all rolled into a charming and heartwarming convergence of storylines. Check the preview!
Jennifer Aniston “flubbed” her lines during her first ever scene opposite Julia Roberts.
The former Friends star appears with the Pretty Woman actress in comedy movie Mother’s Day, which follows several intersecting stories about different mums on the special occasion. While both women are admired by many and are good pals in real life, Jennifer admits she felt rather intimidated acting alongside Julia due to being such a fan of the Oscar-winner.
“Because it’s Julia Roberts! Oh my gosh!” Jennifer gushed to ET from the Hollywood premiere of the movie on Wednesday night (April 13) when asked why she was nervous.
“It’s just a different thing when you get to work with them and then you’re doing what you both do, (but) together. I even flubbed in the first take and called her Julia!”
This wasn’t the first time the 47-year-old has shared her admiration for Julia. During a recent chat to E! News the Horrible Bosses star described her colleague as “super awesome” and extremely funny.
Also starring in the funny flick is Kate Hudson, Britt Robertson and Jason Sudeikis, who Jennifer also starred with in the movie We’re the Millers. He’s joined her during various interviews to promote Mother’s Day this week (beg11Apr16), with the pair discussing their friendship during a chat with Extra.
“We played in London, that was fun,” Jennifer said, adding that they don’t spend much time together away from work due to living on opposite coasts in the U.S. “But we will be in New York, soon, like in a month, a month and a half – our apartment’s almost done.”
Emmy-winning actress, producer, co-owner of Living Proof
If I’m working, I’m up at 4:30, 5 a.m. If not, between 8 and 9 a.m., because I’m a late-night person—I putter. But usually when I wake up, I’ll make my standard cup of hot water with a slice of lemon in there.
Then I wash my face—my whole face regime is just soap and water to wake myself up, then some sort of Aveeno daily moisturizer that’s got SPF in it. It’s quick. I never linger too long anywhere, to be honest; things need to be as easy as possible [for me]. And when I’m on a movie I don’t have time to be leisurely, so then my whole routine gets sped up.
There’s usually some sort of meditation at that point. Usually 20 minutes, or 10 if I can’t get the full amount of time in. It’s a set [Transcendental Meditation mantra] that I do every time.
Then we have some breakfast. Usually I’ll have a shake, with some sort of pure protein, then bananas, blueberries, frozen cherries, stevia, a vegetable mix of dynamic greens that goes in there, maca powder, and a little cacao. There’s a collagen peptide that I’ve been loving—I’ve been seeing a difference! My nails are stronger and there’s a healthier… how do you explain it? A glow. It’s sort of that working from the inside-out thing.
If I don’t have a shake, I’ll just have some toast and poached eggs with some avocado. Or millet cereal with almond milk and bananas—it’s really yummy, and you can get it hot for winter months.
Then I’ll go do a workout of some sort. I have a trainer, a wonderful woman who I do this spin-yoga class [with]. We spin for half an hour, and then do yoga for 40 minutes. That’s pretty intense. Then I go to a gym, where I do strength training or just my own thing on the treadmill, the bike, or the elliptical, just to change things up. Keeping your body confused is always the key for me.
The treadmill can be hard! If I’m watching television I can’t run, because I have to focus on what I’m listening to. [So] it’s usually music. And it’s really good to get sprints in, to get in that interval training, because it’s monotonous to do one pace. The whole time your body goes, “I know what’s happening…” It’s good to pump it up and then take it down.
Happy early Mother’s Day! Take a look at the first poster for director Garry Marshall’s latest holiday ensemble Mother’s Day.
The poster shows Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis along with the tagline “Come Celebrate the Mother of All Holidays.” The star-studded movie tells the intertwining stories of a group of moms and their kids.
Aniston plays a single mom of two whose ex-husband (Timothy Olyphant) has just married a much younger woman. Roberts is a Home Shopping Network titan who decided long ago not to have children and Hudson’s character is estranged from her mom (Margo Martindale) but is hoping to repair their relationship.
As for Sudeikis, he’s a “Mr. Mom” father of two girls.
Jennifer is on the cover of Harpers Bazaar US Magazine (March 2016). I added the first 3 pics of the photoshoot Jennifer did and the magazine cover. Enjoy! More will be added when it pops up.
Screencaptures of season 2 of ‘Friends’ were added to the gallery. Really love this season, because Ross and Rachel hook up in this season. Also: Jennifer has the “Rachel” haircut and this season features one of my favorite moments. I also used this moment as the Current Gif, which you can find in the sidebar. It’s the moment that Rachel asks Ross to put on a sailor costume, because she thinks it is hot. Ross does and the scene is amazing! Check captures of this episode here.
I also updated a few pages in the “Jennifer Aniston” section. Enjoy!
As you can see, there is a new layout up at Anistunned! This is to celebrate the new domain http://jennifer-aniston.org (have you bookmarked it already?) and the new site name: Anistunned! Also: the site’s language changed to English. That is why I decided the site needed a fresh look. So the new name and address is featured in the header. As usual the layout is created by Claudia! She succeeded in creating a Springery layout with an old photoshoot. I think it looks fresh and clean. I hope you like it just as much as I do.
I worked on this for a few months and now I am finally able to share it with you: the screencaptures of Friends season 9, where Jennifer plays Rachel Green. It was a huge project capping and sorting the episodes, but now it’s finally done. Click the links below to view the albums. Hopefully the next season won’t take this long to cap.
Jennifer Aniston attends ‘smartwater sparkling celebrates Jennifer Aniston and St Jude’s Children’s Hospital’ at W Hollywood on February 23, 2016 in Hollywood, California. Check out a few MQ’s I found. I hope to find more when they pop up.