Jennifer Aniston Once Threw A Chair At a Director

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Jennifer Aniston Once Threw A Chair At a Director
Jennifer Aniston has had a long career, and somewhere along the line, she had a little temper tantrum that involved throwing a chair at her boss.

The actress recalls the incident in the latest issue of Elle.

"I threw a chair at a director," Aniston revealed. "It wasn't my proudest moment."

So what would trigger such a violent response?

"He was treating a script supervisor horribly…When the director walked in, I threw a chair at him. I missed, of course. I was like, 'You can't speak to people like that.' I can't tolerate it."

Well, at least Jen was sticking up for the little guy. Would've been awesome if she was on the set when Christian Bale ripped into that DP.

Aniston didn’t reveal or even hint at who the director may be, and she's been in so many projects, it would be hard to guess. But recently, Jen's gone from in front of the camera to behind, making her directorial debut with Project Five. The project follows the lives of five women who have suffered breast cancer. It's a series of five shorts, one of which Aniston directed. Also part of the project were Alicia Keys and Demi Moore.

"It was like a dream come true," Aniston said of working on the project. "It was like working with, not only our best friends, but they're also incredible producers, and all of us coming together. We just can't believe that we're actually here. It's amazing."

Not only has Jen become a director this year, she's also taken on another role that originally seemed unlikely: girlfriend. At the beginning of the year, while promoting Just Go With It, Aniston talked about how she was fine being single. Not too much later, and she's been wallowing in her relationship with Justin Theroux. No one seems more excited about Jennifer Aniston's new status than Jennifer Aniston.

So obviously, the next question is, when's she gonna pop out some kids?

"There's no desperation," Aniston said. "If it's meant to be, it's meant to be. I'm at peace with whatever the plan is."
Translate: I'm just glad people aren't calling me a spinster anymore.

The actress added: "But will you hate me if I say I don't want to talk about my relationship?"

Good year for Aniston. She still hasn't stopped wearing black, but hey, one step at a time.

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