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Wednesday 22 October 2014

Aniston relished producer role

Jennifer Aniston was at the premiere of Call Me Crazy: A Five Film
Jennifer Hudson and Brittany Snow attend the Call Me Crazy event
Jennifer Aniston wore a black top and shorts combo - and admitted she hadn't yet chosen her wedding dress

Jennifer Aniston has admitted she's a "pushover" when she's in charge of a project.

The Friends actress stepped out in LA for the premiere of TV movie Call Me Crazy: A Five Film, which she executive produced, and joked that when she was working on the project she was nothing like the terrible manager she played in the 2011 comedy Horrible Bosses.

Jen said in real life she was a hard-working, no-nonsense boss who loved seeing a film come together from the ground up.

The actress also revealed that the compilation of short films about mental illness was something of a passion project.

"These are the things you wake up excited about," said the star, who wore a black top and shorts for the premiere.

She went on: "Mental illness seemed to be [a topic] that a lot of us felt was an important one and touched a lot of our lives, a lot of our families' lives."

While she may be organised when it comes to her career, Jen confessed at the premiere that she still hasn't found a dress to wear when she ties the knot with Justin Theroux.

Asked whether she had selected a frock yet, she told E! News: "No, no."

Call Me Crazy: A Five Film premieres on US network Lifetime this month. The film's star-studded cast and directors include Jennifer Hudson, Melissa Leo and Ashley Judd.

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