It's not that I have anything against Jennifer Aniston, I just don't think she's a very good actress. Or even a moderately decent actress at that. I tend to believe that if she wasn't involved with Brad Pitt when Friends ended, it's quite possible she would've wound up in some crummy "Help, I'm in my thirties and life is so confusing" sitcom on either CBS or ABC. I can totally see it now: The Trials and Tribulations of Wendy Warner, starring Jennifer Aniston and Rob Lowe. Please, you know something like that was pitched to her. It's a given.
Needless to say, Aniston rode her high-profile romance and divorce straight onto the big screen, and by breaking up with Vince Vaughn twice a week, it seems her name will remain in the gossip rags and on our minds for quite some time. In fact, Universal just picked up Counter Clockwise, a script written by Paul Bernbaum with the intentions of having Aniston produce and also star. Story centers around a real-life study conducted by Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer in which she "reversed the aging process of her subjects by making them believe they were younger." Aniston, a Harvard psychologist? I don't buy it. You?