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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s Wedding: Not So Fast!

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It looks like Jennifer Aniston won’t become a Mrs. in the near future. After rumors surfaced that Brangelina has placed their wedding on hold so that Aniston could get hitched first, we learn that Jen and Justin’s wedding may won’t happen any time soon.

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Justin and Jennifer have been engaged for the past 10 months and they had already set a date.

People magazine’s source says: “Wedding bands were designed and Jen was deciding on a dress,” but “wedding talk has stopped. There are other priorities [besides marriage].”

A second source adds: “They need to figure out a way to create a life that makes them both happy.”

That doesn’t sound good to us but we’re hopeful.

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Jennifer Aniston: Awkward Run-In with John Mayer

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Jen Aniston hit the town Wednesday night in West Hollywood with beau Justin Theroux and friends Drew Barrymore and Chelsea Handler.  Their blissful dinner at Sunset Tower took an awkward turn, however, when in walked the one and only John Mayer, accompanied by a male friend.

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According to sources, John sat two — yes, two — tables away from Jen’s posse throughout the evening, while Jen chatted and laughed the night away as if her old fling wasn’t even there.

“There was a bottle of wine on Jen’s table. Looked like a cute dinner with friends,” a source tells People. “They are all having fun and Jen and Justin look very sweet together.”

While no Jen-John interactions took place throughout the night — duh — John definitely saw Jen’s group when he walked in, but played it cool.

What would you do if you were sitting at the table between them? Talk about an interesting Wednesday night out.

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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux Wedding Details

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It's time. After being the face of failed relationships for the past 8 years, Jennifer Aniston will be walking down the aisle with her screenwriter-actor fiance, Justin Theroux. Aniston is currently filming a movie in Connecticut but filming wraps up March 8.

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Jen, 44, and Justin, 41, have chosen wedding bands, set a date and Aniston is narrowing down dresses.

A source closet to Aniston tells People magazine: "It will be a small affair with their closest friends. Jen seems more confident than ever and they've become a great team."

We're happy that Jen no longer has to be the butt of so many lame jokes. Hopefully she'll get hitched next month and the paps will take some great pics.

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Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston WON’T Have a Prenup!

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Jennifer Aniston has been “unlucky in love” but it looks like her luck has changed now that Justin Theroux has proposed. Jen is so certain that Justin is going to be around for the long haul, she’s refusing to get a prenup.

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Aniston “believes in their love so fully that you can’t convince her otherwise. She went against multiple advisers who insisted she protect her assets – present and future.”

I’m with Jen on this one! It’s easy to paint her as an idiot, but she’s a smart woman. Justin seems like a stand up guy. The last thing he’d want to do is take Jen’s money when he already comes from a very successful, wealthy family himself (and he has his own career and money). Not everyone is trying to get in their partner’s bank account when things go sour.

If Jen and Justin split down the road, I think he’ll let her keep her funds just like Russell Brand did. Let’s chillax and wish them all the best.

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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux: Engaged!

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After countless breakup and engagement rumors since they began dating in May 2011, Justin Theroux's rep confirms that Justin and Jennifer Aniston are headed for the altar.

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"Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage."

Aniston has always said that she's "extremely lucky and extremely happy" when asked about her handsome boyfriend.

I love it! Jen has been through so much sh!t in the media since her split from Brad Pitt. We couldn't be happier for her and Justin!

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Justin Theroux Talks to Pop on the Pop!

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Justin Theroux is an actor, a director, a screenwriter and Jennifer Aniston's boyfriend. Sorry Justin, I had to include that! His recent writing credits include Rock of Ages, Iron Man 2 and Tropic Thunder. Justin branched out and wrote his first musical screenplay when he penned Rock of Ages.

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Rock of Ages "flopped" at the box office opening week, but everyone who worked on the film had a great time. Justin's already so successful, we don't think he's losing any sleep over it. At a Los Angeles press junket, Justin spoke to POTP about growing up listening to '80s music, working with Alec Baldwin and Russell Brand, and why he changed so much of the original plot for his film adaptation.

POTP: How was the practice of converting the play into a movie?

Justin: There's things you can do obviously in film that you can't do on a stage that are a little more three dimensional. In a movie, just because of the nature of how close the lens gets to people, you have to ground characters a little more and make them a little more real. You can also get away with more subtle jokes and subtle humor. You can proximate them on stage but you can't execute them.

POTP: Did your background as an actor help with writing the script?

Justin: For sure, yeah. I'm very sensitive to when I'm writing terrible dialogue for someone. A lot of times when I'm writing, I'm sort of shifting between half performing it and half writing it to see that I'm not saddling someone with ridiculous amounts of exposition, or constructing a joke… the back and forth between two [people], knowing the rhythm of that, being able to mimic a little bit.

POTP: It's interesting how special this music is to a lot of people.

Justin: Ya. It's crazy. I remember I was making out with a girl behind a basketball court listening to [a song], putting my hand up her shirt… Music is obviously one of those things that's so nostalgic. You can hear a song and snap back to that moment in your life. It brings you right back to whatever that is and that's usually, for the most part, a happy feeling [laughs].

 

 

POTP: Was choosing the songs for the movie a challenge and making them fit the plot?

Justin: The great thing about musicals is that the songs are the emotional center of the scene. That's a big thing off your plate. That's the pillar of the house, so really you're just trying to write funny stuff and trying to sharpen the characters and just get them to the song. A lot of times the end of the scene is when the song ends. It was criminally fun. So much of it, the song does the work for you.

POTP: How much fun did you have writing for Alec and Russell?

 

Justin: Russell and Alec are both great comedy improvers. You can write them all the way up to the moment that they step on set and they'll go further and have more fun with it. I'm not precious about my writing and so I'm happy to let them have fun with it. I love working on ensemble stuff because you get to hop between so many voices. And when you know who is going to be cast, it's an extra gift, capitalizing on their strengths.

POTP: How often when you're writing do you know the cast ahead of time? It seems like a rare thing.

Justin: I've been lucky. Most of the things I work on, I'll write blind and then the cast starts to get set and then you'll write to your cast. You want their input. For the most part I've been really blessed and I've been able to work with people who can do pretty much whatever you write.

POTP: What was Alec Baldwin's comfort level when it came to singing?

Justin: You'd have to ask him, but I think he was pretty comfortable. He makes fun of his own voice, but it's kind of funny.

POTP: How did you come to make large dramatic changes to the plot?

Justin: I think it was trying to identify what the audience wants to feel when they walk out of the theater. A lot of it came from meeting the actors. Tom's so smart, so grounded in reality. He treats it like he's playing Hamlet! One of the things we came up with is, he's become so famous and breathes such rarified air that no one tells him he's wrong. Stacee Jaxx didn't have the faculties to do that. Finally someone speaks truth to him in this article… To me it's a more satisfying arc for him. We took great care making sure every character had a resolve.

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