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Friday 29 August 2014

Jennifer Aniston considers caravan trip

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston would be happy to ditch her glamorous beach breaks for a holiday driving around in an RV.

The actress reunites with her Horrible Bosses co-star Jason Sudeikis for new comedy We're The Millers.

In the film, Jennifer's character goes on a caravanning holiday - something the glamorous star wouldn't rule out.

"No. Central Park was our big adventure, or maybe the Paramus Park Mall in New Jersey," she told the British edition of OK! magazine when asked if she'd ever been on a caravan vacation.

"But the idea of an RV is actually something I've always wanted to do. I think it would be really fun to go up the California coast to wine country, stopping at some of the beautiful beaches along the way."

Jennifer and Jason have great onscreen chemistry and are both known for their humorous performances.

The 44-year-old beauty didn't have to think long before agreeing to work with her pal again.

"There was a lot of banter between me and Jason," she grinned.

"He's a pretty amazing partner in [verbal] volleying. So it makes it easy. When we finished working on Horrible Bosses, we both wanted to find something really great to do together again. Jason is so much fun and a friend, and the script was so funny, it was easy to say yes to this one."

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