Jennifer Aniston, a renowned actress who played the iconic character of Rachel Green in the popular TV series FRIENDS, has made an impressive mark in the film industry. She has showcased her exceptional comic skills in successful films like Murder Mystery, We’re the Millers, Just Go with It, and The Switch. Aniston’s true acting prowess was revealed when a controversial scene from the movie Horrible Bosses, which was banned, was leaked. This scene showed Aniston’s character engaging in sexual activity with her unconscious colleague, which caused a stir. Regardless, Aniston’s fans continue to acknowledge and celebrate her innate talent for comedy both on and off the screen.
In the movie Horrible Bosses 2, Jennifer Aniston played the character of Dr. Julia Harris, a dentist who claimed to be addicted to sex. Although she did a great job portraying the character, there was one scene that was deemed too extreme for the final cut of the film. Recently, Aniston revealed some intriguing details about this deleted scene.
During an interview with Conan O’Brien, Jennifer Aniston disclosed that there was a part in Office Christmas Party where her character took advantage of Charlie Day’s character while he was unconscious. Nevertheless, the scene did not make it to the final cut of the film. Aniston made a joke about possibly including the scene as extra content on the DVD release. The discussion then shifted to Aniston’s recent appearance on Conan’s show. In a playful manner, Aniston hinted that she might not be asked to come back. Aniston also chatted about returning to her role in Horrible Bosses 2 with Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis, and how Chris and Christoph Waltz were new members of the cast.
The movie “Horrible Bosses” revolves around three dissatisfied men who take matters into their own hands when they become unhappy with their bosses. They plan to start their own business venture, but things take a turn for the worse when their investor backs out, leaving them in a financial crisis. Desperate and unsure of what to do, they come up with a misguided scheme to kidnap the investor’s son and use him as leverage to gain control over their company. The film was a success, earning an impressive global gross income of $107.7 million. If you’re interested in watching the sequel, “Horrible Bosses 2,” it is now available on Amazon Prime for streaming.