Jennifer Aniston, a well-known actress recognized for her iconic depiction of Rachel Green on the hit TV series FRIENDS, has established a remarkable career in the film industry as well. She has exhibited her exceptional prowess in comedy through her successful films such as Murder Mystery, We’re the Millers, Just Go with It, and The Switch. However, Aniston’s true acting prowess came to light when a banned scene from the movie Horrible Bosses was leaked. This particular scene depicted Aniston’s character engaging in sexual activity with her comatose colleague, which sparked controversy. Nevertheless, Aniston’s fans continue to recognize and appreciate her natural talent for comedy both on and off-screen.
Jennifer Aniston took on a surprising role in Horrible Bosses 2, playing a dentist named Dr. Julia Harris who was a self-proclaimed sex addict. She nailed the part perfectly, but there was one scene that didn’t make it into the final cut of the film due to its over-the-top nature. Aniston recently spilled some juicy information about this deleted scene.
In an interview with Conan O’Brien, Jennifer Aniston revealed that there was a scene in Office Christmas Party where her character took advantage of Charlie Day’s character while he was in a coma. However, the scene was ultimately cut from the movie. Aniston joked that perhaps the scene could be added as bonus material on the DVD release. The conversation then moved on to Aniston’s appearance on Conan’s show, with Aniston playfully teasing that she may not be invited back. Aniston also talked about reprising her role in Horrible Bosses 2 alongside Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis, and how Chris and Christoph Waltz were new additions to the cast.
The plot of the movie “Horrible Bosses” centers around three men who are discontented with their bosses and decide to take matters into their own hands. Their plan is to create their own business venture, but it takes a turn for the worse when their investor pulls out, leaving them with a huge financial burden. In a state of desperation and helplessness, they come up with a misguided scheme to abduct the investor’s son and use him as leverage to acquire control over their company. The film was a hit, earning a remarkable global gross income of $107.7 million. If you’re interested in watching its sequel, “Horrible Bosses 2,” it’s now available to stream on Amazon Prime.