After Hours' patented "Yes/No Show" is back, this time with special guests "We're the Millers" stars Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis! And you better believe host Josh Horowitz leaves no stone unturned. From rumors Jennifer strangled puppies on the "Marley and Me" set to Jason marrying out of his league, we ask the burning questions and...get a yes or no answer.
Click play on the clip above to watch the "We're the Millers" stars at work!
The Big Freakin' News alarms are officially wailing in Hollywood gossipworld today, as news broke last night that longtime single lady icon Jennifer Aniston is at last engaged to be married to fellow actor (and boyfriend of a year-ish) Justin Theroux!
A rep happily confirmed to People that Justin proposed to Jen while they celebrated his 41st birthday on Friday, with her enthusiastic "Yes!" being the best gift he could have ever received. (Awww. But she did get him some other stuff, right? Hedging your bets on the chance of a birthday proposal seems like a risky proposition.)
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As big-time "Friends" fans, getting to meet anyone in the cast would be a pretty awesome opportunity. Emma Roberts actually gets the chance to work with a favorite "Friend" in a new movie and turned to Twitter to share her excitement.
Lucky! But what exactly is "We're The Millers" about?
When "Wanderlust" stars Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston stopped by recently to debut an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek from their upcoming comedy (and talk nudity, a "Friends" reunion and bearded Justin Theroux), we just couldn't say good-bye without putting them through the wringer just a tad. Which is why we insisted they endure the ultimate MTV rite of passage: Josh Horowitz's After Hours.
For this installment, Josh turned to that slumber party staple, Would You Rather. And it was revealing to say the least. What did we learn? Jennifer would rather sleep with Megan Fox than Regis Philbin. Paul would rather do an Oprah impression than demonstrate a really bad dance move. And Jennifer would rather Justin Bieber portray her in a biopic than Robert Pattinson. Yeah, we'll just leave that one right there.
Who was that mysterious bearded man? That's the question you're undoubtedly asking since catching a sneak peek at a clip from "Wanderlust," opening tomorrow, in which Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston are awkwardly hugged-on by a goat-toting gentleman with a pleasing personal aroma...who, as it turns out, is actor Justin Theroux in disguise. And when Paul and Jennifer visited us for an EXCLUSIVE MTV First, we had to ask: What was it like to work with Justin Theroux, now that he's a filthy, goat-loving hippie?
Well, for one, it was apparently so awesome that neither Jennifer nor Paul could express their admiration in much more than sentence fragments. But we do know that this is definitely a new look for the actor—so much so that Jennifer, who's been dating Justin for just shy of a year, couldn't recognize him on set.
"I didn't recognize him when we were at the camera test," she said. "I did not recognize him. He's usually in leather and tight black jeans and black boots—he has this very specific look..."
MTV News had a special visit last night from the miraculous Paul Rudd and the marvelous Jennifer Aniston, who joined us for an EXCLUSIVE MTV First look at their upcoming film "Wanderlust"—and with it, a never-before-seen clip that shows the pair getting introduced to the crunchy inhabitants of their newly adopted Commune of Love and Understanding.
This EXCLUSIVE sneak peek at the movie offers a few introductory laughs (chief among them an interracial couple who want to make super-duper extra-sure that you've noticed their differing melanin levels), a promising example of the chemistry between Jennifer and Paul (they're selling the comfy-married-couple thing quite nicely), and, most importantly, the first appearance of commune leader Seth—a mysterious bearded fellow with magic fingers and a peculiar smell. Will he seduce the hapless pair into his hippie utopia? It's a mystery! (Okay, well, maybe not—we've all seen the preview, so we know that they stick around at least long enough to sing a few rounds of "Kumbaya.") But if you've been wondering what "Wanderlust" is all about, here's a good place to start: just sit back, pour yourself a cup of herbal tea, and watch our clip before the film hits theaters.
Just let the "Wanderlust" wash over you—you'll be in good company.
Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, stars of the upcoming David Wain-directed comedy, will be on hand tonight to debut a brand-new clip from the film (opening this weekend). And, as a bonus, they're sticking around for a 30-minute interview about the film, in which they play a workaholic Manhattan couple who find themselves living a very different lifestyle on a rural commune. Nudity! Goats! Orgies! What else do you need?
It's all part of MTV First: Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, hosted by MTV News' own Josh Horowitz and kicking off at 7:56 p.m. ET. Click play on the video above to watch the EXCLUSIVE sneak peek and partake in the awesomeness that is Rudd and Aniston. (It'll be like the 2000s' version of "Object of My Affection"!)
On their journey from the mean streets of Manhattan to the fragrant fields of Elysium, "Wanderlust" stars Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston will detour through MTV to premiere an exclusive clip from their upcoming comedy and sit down for a 30-minute interview with our own Josh Horowitz.
It all goes down Wednesday, February 22, at 7:56 p.m. ET, during MTV First: Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston. And we need your questions! Send your queries via Twitter to @MTVNews using the hashtags #MTVFirst or #AskWanderlust.
Rachel Green she is not. In this week's workplace comedy "Horrible Bosses," Jennifer Aniston goes dark (both in hair color and subject matter) as one of the titular poor managers, getting all maneatery on underling Charlie Day. Will she and fellow "Horrible Bosses" Kevin Spacey and Colin Ferrell get taken down by Charlie, Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis? You'll just have to go to the theaters Friday to find out.
In the meantime, we've awarded the much-nicer-in-real-life Jennifer with this week's Girl Crush honor and, of course, made her spill who her own personal Girl Crush is. Which took some thinking...
"Who do I have a girl crush on?" she pondered with head in hands. "This is such pressure... I'm going to think of this right now..."
Move over, Carrie Bradshaw. There's a new single lady in town. Her name is Annie, and she was one hell of a maid of honor.
The news that "Bridesmaids" has passed "Sex and the City" as the top-grossing R-rated female comedy shouldn't come as too much of a shock for those of us who have been following the "Bridesmaids" effect, but it's still surprising that the flick has also become Universal's biggest rom-com of all time and Judd Apatow's best box office draw. It's good news for us, though, because that means we can expect a whole slew of "Bridesmaids"-style movies in the future, hopefully with the same star power and high-caliber comedy.
In fact, the trend is already upon us. At least three chick-driven laughers are in the works, proving ladies can be funny without falling all over the next hottie who walks by: