During the chat with James Lipton, the 'Bounty Hunter' actress talks about her last day filming 'Friends' and her personal experience that helped her acting for 'The Break-Up'.
Just in time for the release of her latest film "Horrible Bosses", Jennifer Aniston will appear on "Inside the Actors Studio". Sneak peeks to the episode have now hit the web, revealing some of the topics she talks with James Lipton during the interview.
"It's one of the greatest jobs I ever had," the 42-year-old beauty said of her hit series "Friends". "It gave me everything. It gave me this ridiculously blessed life and career and taught me so much, and it's the best time I ever had."
Recalling the last day she filmed the NBC sitcom, Aniston said, "It was just awful. The last scene, we just wept, cried our eyes out, in front of the whole show." She went on sharing, "A couple of us stayed really late and we crawled up to the roof of stage 24 and we drank champagne and just watched the sunrise. It was really wonderful."
When it comes to a memorable performance on big screen, the former wife of Brad Pitt opened up how her personal experience helped her act in "The Break-Up" which co-starred her ex-beau Vince Vaughn. "It was just a beautiful story about a couple breaking up. And I was slightly familiar on the topic and the issue," she revealed.
"And I sort of honestly felt like, what a great way to sort of exercise some of that," she further added. "I enjoyed it. It really enjoyed it. You would think otherwise, because even the producers were like, 'I don't know if we should ask you to do this,' but I was like, why not? Turn the page, let's move on."
"Inside the Actors Studio" with Jennifer Aniston will air Monday, July 12 at 8 P.M. on Bravo. Her movie "Horrible Bosses", meanwhile, is going to hit U.S. theaters on July 8.