Jennifer Aniston talks playing a stripper in ‘We’re the Millers’
NEW YORK — Jennifer Aniston gets back to one of her trademark comedy roles in “We’re The Millers,” the fake-family road-trip movie with Jason Sudeikis that opened Wednesday. But ask her what challenge she’d like to take on in the near future, and she’ll throw out a surprise. “I’d really like to do a horror film,” the actress said in an interview. “Like a psychological exorcist-type thing.” PHOTOS: Summer Sneaks 2013 She started to add “I haven’t done one” — then caught herself; Aniston’s first role, several years even before “Friends” is in an early ’90s horror movie titled “Leprechaun.” Few saw it at the time, but Aniston’s subsequent fame has turned the film into an object of cult fascination. When told by a reporter that he hadn’t seen it, she had one word of advice: “Don’t.” Aniston didn’t say what was appealing about the genre, but did suggest that she occasionally wanted something that broke out beyond comedy. When she has, after all, the results have been good, most notably as an abused wife having an affair in the 2002 drama “The Good Girl.” VIDEO: Upcoming summer films “We’re The Millers” continues pushing her in a new direction — somewhat. After a spate of girl-next-door roles, the movie has her playing a stripper who fakes a life as a suburban mom to help Sudeikis’ character smuggle a truck full of pot across the Mexican border. The movie had her (well, her character) doing an impromptu pole-dance in front of the entire cast to get out of a sticky situation. Despite her turn to R-rated comedies — she also played a sexually aggressive dentist in 2011’s “Horrible Bosses” — Aniston noted that a scene like the “Millers” pole-shimmy doesn’t come easy. “You read it on the page and think, ‘This will be fun,’ ” she said. “And then the time gets closer and closer and you think, ‘Am I going to pull this off?’ ” ALSO:
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Less fortunate are locals who may not be able to afford the local staple anymore, though a lack of data makes it impossible to gauge the net welfare impact, according to Marc Bellemare, an assistant professor in the applied economics department at the University of Minnesota, in St. Paul . Financing Farmers High prices are also putting pressure on the governments of these countries to improve infrastructure and financing for growers, said Jose Cuesta, an economist with the World Bank , which helps the Bolivian government fund investments for organized farmers. The key is making sure these subsistence farmers have access to markets, he said. Both nations say they have plans to capitalize on what they call the golden grain. Bolivia wants to multiply the area of its quinoa fields tenfold, from about 269,000 acres (109,000 hectares), agriculture minister Nemesia Achacollo said in an interview. Her Peruvian counterpart, Milton Von Hesse, wants to develop conventional production at sea-level while keeping organic output in the highlands. This way, we maintain the high-value market for the poorest zones and the commodities market for the coasts corporate agriculture, he said in an interview. Health Benefits Garcia, the Bolivian farmer, likes quinoa in soups, with meat or ground up as a base for bread or pizza. Aniston, the actress, mixes it with cucumber, tomato and avocado, according to Loukoumis Celebrity Cookbook by Nick Katsoris. Brendan McHale, executive chef of New York-based Tasting Table, cooks it and dehydrates it until it pops before spreading it over fish. On the plate, quinoa resembles couscous. In the field, it grows in spikes that look like feather dusters in colors from cream to purple, producing seeds that contain three times more iron than wheat and help reduce bad cholesterol, according to the UN. Such characteristics drove Jason Abbott , who grew up in Etowah, Tennessee , and now calls France s Loire Valley his home, to start growing quinoa, which he had been feeding his gluten-intolerant daughter.
Jennifer Aniston Plays A Stripper But Doesn’t Get Nude In ‘We’re The Millers’
And while Jen kept it casual, her fiance Justin took out all the stops in the fashion department as per usual. The hunky 42-year-old wore a jaunty hat propped to a dashing tilt on his perfectly coiffed dome for the shopping spree. Sharing the burden: Jennifer and Justin each carried a grocery bag, surely indicating they are both committed to equality in their relationship Packing it in: The two stars loaded the trunk in unison The nephew of highly regarded travel writer Paul Theroux seemed ready for a hipster adventure as he donned black leather combat boots and form-fitting denim trousers. Adorning his neck was a gold chain and pendant as he wore a super tight graphic T-shirt featuring a contradictory message ‘Anarchy & Peace’. Completing the avid vegetarian’s ensemble was a pair of dark aviator shades as he shared the burden of grocery carrying with his fit bride-to-be. Boys first: The We’re The Millers star patiently waited her turn to load in the groceries Sprucing up: The nephew of travel writer Paul Theroux wore a jaunty hat for the outing In a recent interview, Jennifer revealed that she is in a happier place, thanks in large part to her new love life. ‘Happiness is a choice,’ she said, adding that she would have told her 30-year-old self to ‘go to therapy.’ Meanwhile, the actress has also recently admitted that preparations for her big day have been less than speedy, and a few months ago she revealed she had been too busy to even choose a wedding dress. Shaded: The happy couple both sported sunglasses as they headed into the market When asked if she had picked her gown at the premiere of her Lifetime movie Five earlier this year she said: ‘No, no, no. I don’t have a dress. I like to be very spontaneous.’ A source told MailOnline the couple had been ‘relaxed’ about their wedding planning – as the Horrible Bosses actress has admitted that she is not actually looking forward to actually planning the affair. She said: ‘[It’s] something that will probably come together at the last minute..:[Too much planning] might make me crazy!’ Wrapping up: Justin locked up the back as Aniston headed to the passenger seat Jennifer and Justin were engaged last summer, and since then, fans have been high on anticipation for their nuptials. However a friend told MailOnline: ‘Jen and Justin have been totally relaxed about the wedding planning…
Jennifer Aniston enjoys a lazy Sunday grocery run with Justin Theroux as they settle into $21m LA love nest
3: Executive Producer and Director Jennifer Aniston attends the red carpet screening in the nation’s capitol for the TV movie event “Five” hosted by Lifetime and Jennifer Aniston at Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Lifetime) NEW YORK — SEPT. 26: Actress Jennifer Aniston attends the screening of “Five” at Skylight SOHO. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images) LONDON — JULY 20: Actress Jennifer Aniston attends the U.K. film premiere of “Horrible Bosses” at BFI Southbank. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images) HOLLYWOOD — JUNE 30: Actress Jennifer Aniston arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Horrible Bosses” at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images) HOLLYWOOD — JUNE 30: Actress Jennifer Aniston arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Horrible Bosses” at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images) BERLIN — FEB. 21: Actress Jennifer Aniston attends the “Meine Erfundene Frau” (Just go with it) Germany Premiere at CineStar. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images) NEW YORK — MAY 05: Actress Jennifer Aniston signs bottles of “Jennifer Aniston” at Sephora Lexington Avenue. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images) Actress Jennifer Aniston attends the ‘Meine Erfundene Frau’ (Just Go With It) Photocall at Hotel Adlon on February 21, 2011 in Berlin, Germany.