Thursday August 6, 2020

Artistic Licence: Why Jennifer Aniston is not the issue

Time to burn the ‘Team Jen’ T-shirts, for all our sakes

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
25th September, 2016
Jennifer Aniston: cryogenically preserved since the 90s? Pic: Getty

She’s beautiful, of course. She’s talented; in fact, she’s blessed with one of the best senses of comic timing in the business. And she’s successful – a multimillionaire! With a Hollywood mansion! And endless dresses at her disposal, and enough funds to buy almost all of us houses in fancy areas of Dublin, should she so please.

Whatever. We don’t care. We’ve cast her in a leading...

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