Jennifer Aniston celebrated her 51st birthday in style. The actress gave a candid interview to his friend, the also actress Sandra Bullock, for the magazine Interview Magazine. A story that is accompanied by a few photos that she herself has applauded in his profile of Instagram.
In the interview that Bullock performed in Aniston, asks him how he manages to always stay cheerful and avoid “be discouraged even if things don’t go the way she wants.” A compliment to the positivity of the actress for The Morning Show that the same Jennifer thanked, saying that “this is the most sweet that I have told someone”.
A way of coping with life that the star of Friends explains it this way: “I think this comes from growing up in a home disrupted and where I felt unsafe. Seeing two adults to be unpleasant between themselves and witnessing certain things about his behavior made me think: ‘I don’t want to do that. I don’t want to be that. I don’t want to experience this feeling I have in my body at this time. Don’t want anyone else with whom you are in you can feel that.’”
And he added: “So I guess I have to thank my parents for all this. You can be angry, or to be a martyr, or you can say: ‘what do you Have lemons? Therefore let us make lemonade'”.
A complicated marriage, of their parents, which ended when Jennifer was just nine years old. Nancy Dow and John Aniston were divorced and since then the relationship between mother and daughter was more than complicated. The progenitor of Jennider passed away in 2016 after stating on numerous occasions that there was nothing right with her daughter.
For his part, John Aniston has accompanied the actress during all these years in their successes and failures. She has always boasted of him, more now that you have a profile of Instagram with millions of followers.
Around Friends, very close
The six stars of “Friends”, one of comedies most popular in the history of tv, they are very close to reaching an agreement to meet in a special to the digital platform, HBO Max, reported today the specialized Deadline. Although the millions of fans of “Friends” have pined for years for new chapters of the series, this special meeting would not be an episode of fiction as such, but, rather, a program-style “retrospective,” with interviews with the cast.
The Hollywood Reporter had gone ahead in November that he had a project in progress in this sense, although at the time this portal pointed out that negotiations were still taking their first steps.
This special would be a letter of presentation of luxury for HBO’s Max, the new service of “streaming” of WarnerMedia and that you will have the rights to broadcast “Friends” after leaving Netflix.
Each of the six main characters of “Friends” would receive between 3 and 4 million dollars for appearing in that space,
“Come great news…”, wrote the actor Matthew Perry on Twitter this week, without giving more details.
“Friends”, which premiered on September 22, 1994, closed in 2004 ten seasons of success after 236 episodes on antenna starring Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer. But the comedy remains a phenomenon for countless fans all over the world who are still willing to watch, again and again in reruns or on digital platforms, the stories new yorkers Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross.
By the end of 2018 spread the rumor that “Friends” was going out of the catalog of Netflix, but soon after the platform confirmed that it would continue in its bid at least 2019. The New York Times said then that Netflix paid a hundred million dollars to Warner to keep it for this year.
The story of when you met, and the re-launch of Friends: the curious interview between Sandra Bullock and Jennifer Aniston