It appears that Angelina Jolie has found a new way to poke Jennifer Aniston.
Merely days after Aniston announced that she was splitting from Justin Theroux, a report has surfaced claiming that Jolie would not mind working with the actor.
An insider stated that the mother of Brad Pitt’s children is a huge fan of HBO’s series The Leftovers in which Theroux stars and wants to be part of the new season.
According to the source, she would not have dared to make a move when Aniston and her estranged husband were still swimming in marital bliss — but now that they are separated — all bets are off.
The person had this to say: “Angelina is interested in working with Justin Theroux; she put feelers out before he and Jennifer’s split [on Feb. 15]. Apparently, she is a big fan of The Leftovers. When Justin and Jennifer were together, no one expected it to happen, but now that they have split the chances of him saying yes to Angelina are way up.”
The source added: “Justin is a very ambitious guy, and his star is on the rise. Doing a project with Angelina could take him to the next level. Of course, it would hurt Jennifer, so that may be a deterrent for him, but it is certainly going to be tempting for him.”
It was previously reported that Jolie predicted the split.
A second snitch concluded by: “Angelina makes a point not to read or follow any celebrity gossip, but it was inevitable she would hear about Jennifer and Justin’s break-up at some point. Angelina had never cared for Jen, even before she started dating Brad. She is always thought of her as very vanilla and shallow, and not on her level intellectually. Whereas Justin is quirky and edgy and super smart, so Angelina was not surprised at all to learn they had split.”
Aniston said the following when she revealed the separation: “This big decision was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year. We are still two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship.”
Commenters expect more drama from those Hollywood players.