Aniston opened up to Marie Claire Australia about her relationship, something she rarely does!
“He’s a good protector, for sure,” she says of Theroux, “He’s just a good human being, and so funny.”
True, that guy was hysterical in “Wanderlust.”
The couple met on the set of Wanderlust where it was rumored that Aniston was actually the “other woman” in Theroux’s nearly 14-year relationship with a woman named Heidi Bivens. Who is Heidi Bivens, you ask? Not famous. Moving on.
Aniston says filming Wanderlust was the closest to living a normal life she had in years because the set was secluded in the mountains.
“All of a sudden I began decompressing. It’s weird, but it felt like living a normal life; almost like having your anonymity back,” says Aniston, “Nobody bothered us and we were protected as a group. There were no paparazzi and no secret, tricky little cell phone pictures being taken.”
Aniston must have felt really comfortable on the set of Wanderlust, because she did her first topless scene in the flick.
“There are always nerves when you shoot a scene like that. But the adrenaline take you through it and then you have the girls come in and cover you up immediately,” says Aniston.
Also, half the cast in Wanderlust is nude, so she really didn’t feel out of place.
“I got very comfortable with seeing nude people, pretty much immediately. It was bizarre to know that there were actually nudists – because there’s a nudist colony in Clarkesville – and how comfortable they are being nude.”