Jennifer Aniston poses in nothing but a necktie on the January '09 cover of GQ magazine. (READ WHOLE ANISTON IN GQ INTERVIEW ONLINE NOW)
Weeks after complaining about her Vogue cover (which hyped her Angelina Jolie "uncool" comments) in a cover interview with Entertainment Weekly, Aniston gives a candid interview again talking about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt - and their kids:
On why she thinks people are still interested in her split with Brad:
[Jokingly] The funny thing is that people don't realize we all go away to the Hamptons on the weekends... No. But can you imagine? That'd be hysterical: I've got Zahara on my hip, and Knox..."
Aniston told the mag that her relationship with Brad and Angelina is an "insane Bermuda Triangle."
Joking aside, she says she and Pitt do speak from time to time: ""When there's something to congratulate or celebrate, there's an exchange," she said. "But there's no charge on it."
On Jolie's revelation that she and Pitt fell in love during the making of Mr. & Mrs. Smith:
"Considering the source," Aniston says, "nothing surprises me."
On her on-again boyfriend John Mayer:
"Honestly, did not know much about him before I met him. I'd heard ... you know, uh 'Your Body' - that song. But what I can say is that I had no idea what an extraordinary musician he is. And it's just great to sit and be witness t that. It's kind of like, Whoa!"
On the rumors surrounding Jen and John:
"I am not having his baby. And I have not popped the question."
Aniston's next film called Pumas, which she calls "sort of a female Wedding Crashers" about two "aspiring cougars":
"It is so a comment on the sexual double standard, and what's been ironic is how hard it's been to get this movie made... Studios want it, but they are afraid of Middle America. They'd want to change it; they're saying, 'Oh, you can't do that, people just can't imagine you..."
What she sees as a disturbing problem in Hollywood:
"Look, I think all women on some level just want to rage against the machine... There are too many movies out there that don't empower women, movies in which their only way of being happy is finding a man. And you know, that's not my favorite theme."