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September 4, 2006
Jennifer Aniston, 37, is about to sign an endorsement deal with Nike, which will pay her the largest sum the company's ever paid to a celebrity, Adrants .com reports. The global ad blitz also may include a spot during the Super Bowl in February. Aniston, reportedly, has vowed to donate a large chunk of the Nike money to cancer charities. Meanwhile, the sportswear goliath, which has been embroiled in controversies stemming from charges it uses sweatshops, has a design deal with rapper Eminem, who is designing an autographed line of Air Max training shoes, with proceeds from the sales going to charities in Michigan.
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September 25, 2009
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs ** 1/2 ( 2 1/2 STARS) $30.3 million $23.4 million 1 week Rated: PG Running time: 1:30 What it's about: , A Jimmy Neutron-type inventor (voiced by Bill Hader) perfects a machine that turns water into food with disastrous results. Our take: Fairly inventive and exceedingly manic, it is certainly fresher than many recent computer animated flicks. The Informant! *** ( 3 STARS) $10.4 million $10.4 1 week Rated: R Running time: 1:48 What it's about: Matt Damon (above)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | August 23, 2002
SUN SCORE (***1/2) The joke of The Good Girl is that she isn't good at all. Though she'd be the last one to admit this about herself, Justine Last is about as self-centered a person as you'd ever want to imagine, a woman for whom any action is justified, so long as she comes out OK in the end. But the good that's lacking in the character is more than made up for in the movie itself, an unabashed look at a woman who thinks she's a lot more complicated than...
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | September 18, 2009
It might sound intriguing to root the saying, "Physician, heal thyself," in the plight of a hypocritical self-help guru, but the romantic drama "Love Happens" suffers from acute irony deficiency. The hero, Burke Ryan, Ph.D. (Aaron Eckhart), has become a best-selling motivational author and speaker after the death of his wife in a car crash. He coaches others to embrace their grief and move forward, but he's unable to do that himself. This saccharine movie's only wisp of suspense comes from the question: Will this self-styled physician heal himself after he falls under the spell of Eloise Chandler (Jennifer Aniston)
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By DANIEL FIENBERG and DANIEL FIENBERG,ZAP2IT.COM | June 2, 2006
LOS ANGELES-- --As most people with access to even rudimentary technology - smoke signals, telegraph - have already heard, Jennifer Aniston separated from husband Brad Pitt back in January 2005 and promptly turned around and signed on for a not-so-romantic comedy titled The Break-Up. "Well, yeah, it's pretty ironic," Aniston says now, when the subject is broached. "You know, at the time it was something I thought about. You know, you kind of can't believe when I first got the call that a movie called The Break-Up is coming.
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW and MICHAEL SRAGOW,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | November 11, 2005
Derailed lands an audience in the puritanical pits. It punishes impure thoughts so ruthlessly that it might have been made by Dana Carvey's Church Lady. It flails the actors as mercilessly as it does the audience. Was the Swedish director, Mikael Hafstrom, taking revenge on the American star system? A token Chicago streetwalker played by Georgina Chapman looks far more lush and vibrant than Jennifer Aniston as an adulteress. Naughtiness can put a twinkle in an actor's eyes, but here it just tenses Aniston up and dulls her out. Maybe she was feeling in a punitive mood.
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 23, 2005
LOS ANGELES - Whether drawn as a cartoon or disguised as Catwoman, the striking features of Halle Berry are readily recognized by movie fans. That recognition is achieved by a surprisingly small group of brain cells, an international team of researchers reports in today's edition of the journal Nature. Most researchers had thought that specific memories were spread out over large groups of brain cells, or neurons. However, the new study showed that small clusters of cells responded to specific people or objects, such as Jennifer Aniston or the Sydney Opera House, regardless of changes in their appearance, and sometimes just by seeing the name of the objects.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | April 21, 2006
There's a self-loathing at the center of Friends with Money that makes it a tad unpalatable, as well as a sameness, a dependence on cliche, that makes it seem trite. All the fine acting, all the carefully observed friendships at its center can't overcome the feeling that something of a dead horse is being beaten here. Jennifer Aniston, who seems to enjoy playing the outsider with self-confidence issues (see 2002's The Good Girl), is the one with the friends - OK, let's get all the puns about her erstwhile TV series out of the way now - and as the title suggests, she doesn't have much money.
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By From Sun news services | October 17, 2008
Aniston helps sometime boyfriend Mayer mark his 31st birthday John Mayer and his not-quite-on-again girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, were among those celebrating his 31st birthday Wednesday night, according to Us magazine, as posted on its Web site. The relaxed pair hung out on a private outdoor patio for several hours late in the evening. Mayer, at one point, affectionately stroked Aniston's hair. Aniston, 39, and Mayer split in August after dating four months. It's not clear where things stand.
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By COX NEWS SERVICE | December 31, 1995
NBC will use its hit show "Friends" to keep millions of viewers watching the network after the Super Bowl Jan. 28.In a special two-parter, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Brooke Shields and singer Chris Isaak will guest-star on TV's No. 3-rated series. And NBC is negotiating with Julia Roberts to appear in the episodes, shot this month. If she signs on, "Friends" would re-shoot.Ms. Shields plays a wacko fan who shows up at Joey's (Matt LeBlanc) place after he lands a role on "Days of Our Lives." Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | June 2, 2009
He's Just Not That Into You ** (2 stars) Starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Aniston, Scarlett Johansson Directed by Ken Kwapis New Line Home Video $28.95 ($35.95 Blu-ray) Watching a bunch of self-pitying beautiful people is never as much fun as Hollywood makes it out to be. But at least the writers of She's Just Not That Into You manage to work in a few good lines for its photogenic cast. That, and it makes Baltimore look not only good, but hip. Essentially, HJNTIY follows nine eligible Baltimoreans as they struggle to connect, generally without much luck.
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By From Sun news services | March 14, 2009
Splitsville again for Aniston and Mayer On-again, off-again couple John Mayer and Jennifer Aniston are apparently off for good. "They had some disagreements and decided to not continue to see each other," a source told People magazine, which reported an end to the high-profile relationship - for the second time - on its Web site Thursday. Another source told the magazine that Mayer cooled off the romance after Aniston returned from Europe, where she'd been promoting Marley & Me. Reps for the duo declined to comment.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | February 1, 2009
As far as the makers of He's Just Not That Into You are concerned, the biggest thing Baltimore had going for it - and the reason they set their movie here - is that it's not New York or Los Angeles or Chicago or any other big city where romantic comedies are typically set. Oh, yeah, and it didn't hurt that screenwriter Marc Silverstein spent about 16 years living in Maryland, before leaving for college and a career in Hollywood. "We were trying to think of an American urban city that didn't feel like you'd seen it a million times before," says Silverstein, 37, who has been writing scripts with partner Abby Kohn since 1999's Never Been Kissed.
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,Sun reporter | July 9, 2008
There's nothing Tabloid America resents like a quiet divorce. We want celebrity breakups public. We want them messy. We want to turn on the TV and see courthouse paparazzi scrums. We want to lean over the checkout counter for tawdry details. Cheating accusations? Yes, please! Good names muddied? If at all possible! Compromising photos? All that you got! So, Kevin Costner, thanks for nothing. Paul McCartney and Heather Mills? That's what we're talking about.
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By LIZ SMITH and LIZ SMITH,Tribune Media Services | May 28, 2008
THERE'S MORE babies coming, you know me!" That's what Angelina Jolie said to a Swedish reporter, on the red carpet in Cannes. No, she was not referring to the twins she is now carrying. Jolie wants more children, after these arrive. She already has Maddox, Pax, Zahara and Shiloh. The first three adopted, the last her daughter with very significant other, Brad Pitt. And Brad is, of course, the proud papa of the coming double blessing. Jolie is ravishing these days. She always looks better pregnant, not concerned with keeping a movie-queen figure.
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September 4, 2006
Jennifer Aniston, 37, is about to sign an endorsement deal with Nike, which will pay her the largest sum the company's ever paid to a celebrity, Adrants .com reports. The global ad blitz also may include a spot during the Super Bowl in February. Aniston, reportedly, has vowed to donate a large chunk of the Nike money to cancer charities. Meanwhile, the sportswear goliath, which has been embroiled in controversies stemming from charges it uses sweatshops, has a design deal with rapper Eminem, who is designing an autographed line of Air Max training shoes, with proceeds from the sales going to charities in Michigan.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | September 18, 2009
It might sound intriguing to root the saying, "Physician, heal thyself," in the plight of a hypocritical self-help guru, but the romantic drama "Love Happens" suffers from acute irony deficiency. The hero, Burke Ryan, Ph.D. (Aaron Eckhart), has become a best-selling motivational author and speaker after the death of his wife in a car crash. He coaches others to embrace their grief and move forward, but he's unable to do that himself. This saccharine movie's only wisp of suspense comes from the question: Will this self-styled physician heal himself after he falls under the spell of Eloise Chandler (Jennifer Aniston)
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By Matthew Gilbert and Matthew Gilbert,BOSTON GLOBE | February 25, 1996
Can't buy me love, perhaps, but sure can buy me "Friends."The cast of television's Little Chill is for sale in a big, glossy, hair-gelling, angst-ridden-but-wacky-and-winning way. If you read magazines, you simply cannot escape them, the Gang of Six, promoting themselves and their most excellent coifs. We've now been exposed to details of the Friends' lives that are so frivolous they're almost campy, a hype-lashing so forceful its backswing may be soberingly cruel.Yes, that is Jennifer Aniston's rear end on the front cover of Rolling Stone for March 7, in the back of the frame and blurred for good taste.
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By SUSAN REIMER and SUSAN REIMER,SUN COLUMNIST | June 27, 2006
The list of reasons not to be young, beautiful and famous is short, but No. 1 would have to be "the belly bump patrol." "The belly bump patrol" is apparently a subset of the dreaded paparazzi, photographers who train their lenses on that part of a woman's torso which reveals that she is either pregnant or she has had a burrito for lunch. The slightest bulge is suddenly cause for wild speculation, as Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez and Reese Witherspoon have recently discovered.
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