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Tuesday 26 May 2015

Aniston so spooky at comedy

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston's comedic talent has been praised by her We're the Millers co-star.

The A-list actress stars in We're the Millers with British actor Will Poulter.

The 20-year-old up-and-coming star says he was in awe of Jennifer's acting ability on set.

"Playing Jennifer Aniston's son was pretty weird. Not only is she hot, but I've been a huge Friends fan from a young age, so it was just strange to work with her full stop," Will joked to the latest edition of UK magazine Glamour. "It's kind of scary how natural comedy comes to her - she's done it a million times."

In the movie Will portrays Kenny, a teenager that is used by Jason’s character to help him import drugs. In real life he's nothing like his rebellious role.

"I'm not a big partier. Starting in the business young, I was warned about going off the rails; I'm 20 and skipped he wild child stage- fingers crossed I'm not going to end up a train wreck!" he exclaimed.

Will starred in 2010’s The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader for Fox Pictures and gritty indie drama Wild Bill. He shared what his next acting pursuit will be.

"I've been doing lots of wrestling lately for my next film, The Maze Runner," he added. "It's set in a post-apocalyptic world, so there's been weaponry and combat work. To get into character, I learnt survival skills too: how to build a fire and make a hut from scratch."

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