Yorkshire tourism boosted by movies
c camp’,” reveals Aniston, allowing a minute glimpse into the pampered world of t the promotional circuit.
“It is a luxury actually to be friends with these people and love and adore them on a personal level, and then to be able to have worked together. It’s kind of a dream job.”
If there is one positive aspect t to playing the predatory doctor in the Horrible Bosses series it is that she is a ballsy g go-getter. In the past Aniston h has spoken out about sexism and the issues surrounding prime roles for women. How has the industry changed since she entered it?
“One positive is that there have been many, many more movies with female leads and ensembles; and those movies are doing really well. So I think that’s fantastic. I think for me personally, I love that Dr Julia was sort of taking the role of what would normally be a male character in a film. But it is [true that] there still is sexism that exists, double standards, all that stuff.”
And what of the elephant in the room? What of Friends oft discussed and much mooted reunion? Aniston smiles.
“Honestly, I think we should wait until we’re really old; and then maybe reunite.”
“‘Golden Friends’? It’s a concept. RECENT filming on the Yorkshire coast will help to improve tourism in the region.
According to tourism chiefs, filming in Yorkshire will not only sell cinema tickets and DVDs but also sells the places where they were made.
Recent filming has included the big-screen version of Dad’s Army, starring Toby Jones, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Bill Nighy.
Also due out next year is Hunter’s Prayer, starring Sam Worthington ( Avatar), where coastal scenes were filmed near Flamborough and Scarborough.