But you know who is really bored of their whole so-called "feud?" Jennifer Aniston.
Yep. She's totally over it. Maybe it's because her divorce from Brad Pitt was literally a decade ago and everyone has moved on. But she was still asked about the issue for the millionth time.
"I think that's slowly coming to an end. I really do," she told "Enterainment Tonight" about the media's obsession with their alleged rivalry with Jolie. "I mean, [Unbroken] is so beautiful and wonderful and [Jolie] did such a gorgeous job. I think that it's time people stop with that petty BS and just start celebrating great work and stop with the petty kind of silliness."
Aniston, who has been engaged to Justin Theroux since August 2012, seems rather bored with the storyline and wishes the media could find something new.
"It’s just tiresome and old," she said. "It's like an old leather shoe. Let's buy a new pair of shiny shoes."
Earlier this month, Aniston spoke to The New York Times about the so-called "love triangle" casting a shadow over her life in the spotlight:
“It’s ridiculous -- that the two names have to go into the same sentence and there has to be a compare-and-despair thing,” Aniston said.
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