Even after years of divorce Jennifer Aniston is yet to get over Brad Pitt. All her numerous relationships following her divorce with the Pitt have come to a naught. Recently, she broke down in tears while on the sets of her new movie The Bounty. The actress was filming a rather emotional scene and it, unwittingly, reminded her of Brad Pitt. Unable to hold her tears any longer, she ran to her trailer for a moment of privacy.
“I need a moment. This scene reminds me of Brad and me,” Aniston told an assistant.
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt’s dream marriage ended in divorced in 2005, after the Hollywood hunk started dating Angelina Jolie during the filming of Mr. And Mrs. Smith. In the succeeding years, Pitt has turned to Aniston time and again during the course of his tumultuous relationship with Angelina Jolie. So much so, that it has become another issue in his and Jolie’s relationship already racked with differences.
‘The Bounty’, the movie she is currently shooting for, is about a mercenary played by Gerard Butler, who is hired to kill his ex played by Aniston. Did you just have a déjà vu? I agree, it does sound a little like Mr. And Mrs. Smith. Aniston was filmed trying to get away from Butler by riding a pedicab, driving a convertible and even driving a pedicab! Cast also includes Jason Sudeikis of SNL fame.
With her film “Love Happens” scheduled to hit theatres this fall, Aniston is going to be one busy woman. Promotional tours would keep her occupied as her another movie, “The Baster” opposite Jason Bateman just finished filming. And, if you thought that was all, she has six more films under production.
Professional success has failed to fill the void that divorce left in her life. Aniston claims that her relationship with Pitt was “seven very intense years together” and that “it was a beautiful, complicated relationship” that she never regret.
“While she enjoyed flirting with Gerard Butler on set and put a brave face on every day, privately she is still very fragile,” a source close to the actress disclosed.