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.
I added screencaptures and new stills to the gallery of Jennifers 2015 project ‘Cake’.
The story centers on chronic pain sufferer Claire (Aniston) as she struggles to come to terms, not only with the aftermath of the car accident that killed her son and left her partially disabled by chronic pain, but also with the suicide of a woman from her chronic pain support group, Nina (Kendrick). The film documents how Claire’s pain and grief affect her behavior, her relationships with other people, and her ability to function from just after Nina’s death until she reaches a breakthrough point in her own path.
Hello everyone! After some thinking, I decided to change a few things around here. This site used to Dutch, which was the main language. But a lot of visitors are foreign and have no idea what most articles mean. That is why I decided to change the site’s language to English. A lot of posts were already translated to English, but from now on I want to post all articles in English.
Also: you can now visit this site via a new address. You can still access the site via http://jennifer-aniston.nl but the new URL is http://jennifer-aniston.org!!! Please visit us for more updates, all in English!!!
Check the interview Jennifer and the rest of the Friends cast did at the James Burrows Tribute.
It was “The One Where They Reunited.”
Five of the six stars of “Friends” appeared in a two-hour tribute to director James Burrows that aired on NBC Sunday night, which featured plenty of funny and touching moments. The celebration was honoring Burrows’ legendary career in television, and other participating sitcoms included “Cheers,” “Frasier,” “Will & Grace,” “Taxi” and “Mike & Molly.”
David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow were all part of the show, though Matthew Perry was rehearsing for a play in London and wasn’t able to join them (except via a brief taped message). When the cast sat down for an interview with Andy Cohen, LeBlanc was quick to note Perry’s absence. “We’re not all together; there’s one missing,” he pointed out, adding, “We miss you, Matty.”
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