On top game of her

Amer­ica’s sweet­heart has un­leashed her in­ner sex fiend with hi­lar­i­ous re­sults, writes Lisa Marks

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - Movies -

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


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