Jennifer Aniston doesn’t understand why people care about her life so much.
She told USA Today:
“I think it’s ridiculous. There’s just this insatiable need. I am honestly getting sick of it, and I feel like telling people, ‘You know what? It’s none of your (expletive) business.’ Seriously, it’s enough,”
It is ridiculous – if I had the answer to that question I probably wouldn’t be blogging about her as often as I do.
Although by speaking about it and doing interviews with Vanity Fair – it will bring her more press and hopefully more people to see her latest film, Marley & Me (out Dec. 25) and of course that means more money for the film and ultimately her. It’s a vicious cycle. She hopes the movie:
“is going to create something else to talk about and realize that I have a job, and I’m an actress.”
“And this is at a time when we should be so inspired and excited with what’s happening with the president. It’s a time to be positive and join together. We’re just trying to entertain you, man. Don’t shoot the messenger.”
As for her movie Marley and Me, with Owen Wilson, she tells the paper that dogs do help people get through “the stupid stuff.”
Jennifer– who has a corgi-terrier mix named Norman — says when it comes to animals:
“there is no relationship ever — parents, a friendship, partners or lover — there’s no connection like that ever.”
Thankfully she didn’t mention children. I’m not sure about that statement. I know people often treat their pets like family and it is a definite unconditional love – but to have a connection like that and say that it doesn’t compare to anything else – that I am not too sure about.