Jennifer Aniston won't leave Justin Theroux at home for average movie roles
Jennifer Aniston has admitted she is at a crossroads in her career as she tries to figure out what inspires her "deep in my core".
Jennifer Aniston won't sign on for movies that take her away from her husband Justin Theroux unless she's "madly in love" with the role.
The American actress gained worldwide recognition with her portrayal of ditzy Rachel Green on the popular sitcom Friends, before making the switch to the silver screen, playing the female protagonist in a number of romantic comedies, such as 2003’s Bruce Almighty and 2016's Mother's Day.
But Jennifer is now taking time to evaluate her next moves in Hollywood, and won't just accept anything as she admits that since getting married to Justin Theroux, she's less inclined to leave her husband for work unless she's mad about the part.
"This is a time when I'm not completely sure what I'm doing. I'm at this sort of crossroads trying to figure out what inspires me deep in my core," she told Marie Claire magazine. "What used to make me tick is not necessarily making me tick any more ... The most challenging thing right now is trying to find what it is that makes my heart sing."
The 47-year-old adds that she has to feel a real passion to take on a role that requires her to travel.
Especially as Justin has been working away in Melbourne, Australia for part of this year (16) to film his scenes for the third and final series of HBO’s The Leftovers.
"You have to be so madly in love with it and think, I will be so upset if I don't go and play this person... Especially these days, with Justin in Melbourne. It has to be worth it," she shared.
In the accompany fashion editorial for the article, Jennifer looks stunning as she poses on a boat wearing a navy blue jumper with shoulder ties and heavy knit cream jumper.
And the blonde star admits that she feels most comfortable in her own skin now that she’s in her forties, and has the supportive Justin by her side.
"All I know is that I feel completely seen, and adored, in no matter what state," she smiled. "There's no part of me that I don't feel comfortable showing, exposing. And it brings forth the best part of myself, because I care about him so much. And he's such a good person. It hurts me to think of anything hurting him."
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