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Jennifer Aniston and wedding planning: They're not a match

April 17, 2013|By Nardine Saad

Jennifer Aniston hit the premiere of her latest movie "Call Me Crazy: A Five Film" in Hollywood on Tuesday night and discussed her latest project and lack of wedding plans.

The 44-year-old "Friends" alum walked the red carpet in an all-black Dior ensemble that featured her toned gams in short shorts and stiletto heels. Aniston helped produce the Lifetime film about mental illness, a follow-up to the network's "Five" from 2011, which told breast cancer stories. The film airs on Lifetime on April 20.

"I'm a good boss! I'm hard-working! I get it done," she told Us Weekly.

The series of short films stars Brittany Snow, Jennifer Hudson, Sarah Hyland, Melissa Leo and Octavia Spencer. Laura Dern, Bryce Dallas Howard, Bonnie Hunt, Ashley Judd and Sharon Maguire served as directors.

Overall, the project has a more serious and meaningful tone for Aniston.

"These are the things that fulfill you, these are the things that you wake up and are excited about -- not that you don't feel that way about other things, but this feels like I'm making a contribution in a greater way," she said. "It's a different feeling, and I feel lucky that I can do this."

The actress-turned-producer has been pretty busy and said that she hasn't started planning for her nuptials with fiance Justin Theroux, whom she agreed to marry in August 2012.

Wedding planning "might make me crazy," she told E! News, adding that she still hadn't picked out a wedding dress.

And it wouldn't be an Aniston appearance without someone mentioning her good "Friends."

Rumors of a "Friends" reunion and movie have gone viral online but co-creator Marta Kauffman was on hand at the premiere to settle things once and for all.

"I'm going to clear this up right now. No. Not happening," Kauffman told E!, despite reports that made the return of our favorite twentysomethings and Central Perk's orange couch seem imminent.

"'Friends' was about that time in your life when your friends are your family and once you have a family, there's no need anymore and I'd rather people go, 'Oh, please! Please!' than, 'I can't believe you did that, it was horrible.'"

Could she be any more negative?

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