Jennifer Aniston Tells Us How She Made Herhorrible Bosses 2character Even Raunchier
With reporting by Nicole Pajer
With the 2011 comedy 'Horrible Bosses,' a lot of the buzz surrounding the film revolved around Jennifer Aniston's sex-crazed dentist Dr. Julia Harris. Harris, in a clear reversal of gender roles for the sake of comedy, repeatedly sexually harassed her employee, played by 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' star Charlie Day.
At the end of the film Dr. Harris sort of got what was coming to her when she was blackmailed for assaulting a supposedly passed out patient (!!), but clearly that's not the end of her story since Aniston is appearing in the film's sequel -- and, as she told MTV News, her character has only gotten worse.
'She's so unapologetic and confident and just insanely wrong in so many ways that it's just so much fun to play,' Aniston told MTV News. 'She's trying to get help, supposedly, but it almost feels like she's just swimming in a sea of chum, trying to find her next group of victims.'
Aniston added that these over-the-top sexual scenes are almost impossible to play without breaking out in hysterics.
'[It's hard not to laugh] when you're doing that many takes and you're throwing out all of these different lines to try to see which is going to shock Jason more, or what's going to tick the box of 'That was it,'' she said. 'It's a hard one, but we enjoy that. There's nothing wrong with laughing too hard.'
'Horrible Bosses 2' hits theaters on November 26.