On top game of her
America’s sweetheart has unleashed her inner sex fiend with hilarious results, writes Lisa Marks
JENNIFER Aniston doesn’t need anyone to tell her what to do. The star of the new film Horrible Bosses knows who she is and where she’s going.
It’s impossible not to be drawn to her energy. Her smile is genuine, her eyes sparkle and her skin looks like it has been dipped in honey.
Wearing a Tom Ford skirt, Calvin Klein bustier and Michael Kors shoes, she looks supremely confident. However, it wasn’t always this way.
Sitting in the Waldorf Astoria, Manhattan, in New York, she tells eguide: ‘‘ I’m happier with myself now, I was just so uncomfortable with myself in my 20s, but I’m absolutely more comfortable in my body as I’ve gotten older.’’
Does the 42-year-old ( pictured), who sprang to fame in the share-living sitcom
Friends, think sexy and confident older women are scary to men?
‘‘ I think men are intimidated by women of any age!’’ she says.
Nowhere is that more apparent than in her new comedy, Horrible Bosses, in which she plays Dr Julia Harris, an inappropriate and sex-hungry dentist.
The movie is about three friends, played by Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman and Charlie Day, who plot to bump off their difficult employers, played by Aniston, Colin Farrell and Kevin