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Jennifer Aniston is back as the nympho dentist in the sequel of Horrible Bosses. After 3 years, the 42-year-old actress has reunited with the co-stars of Horrible Bosses and will be seen playing dirty in Horrible Bosses 2.
In fact Jennifer could not get enough of her role as the dirty dentist. The actress admits that she loved getting dirty in 'Horrible Bosses 2'. In the comedy, Aniston plays naughty-mouthed dentist who finds herself in a sexual addiction support group.
"She's a hard one to let go of. I didn't get enough of her! It was too quick. It was just like a little In-N-Out Burger," she told reporters on Monday about reprising her role as Julia.
Jennifer Aniston, who reunited three years later with co-stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis and Jamie Foxx for the sequel, said she even found a certain comfort zone with her character's salty language. "I find it extremely entertaining the way she speaks. I don't really think that to her she's saying anything inappropriate. For her it's describing the ingredients to a wonderful soufflé, or 'What are we going to be doing this weekend?'," she added.
Horrible Bosses 2 is releasing on November 26th and Jennifer Aniston is quite excited about it. Meanwhile, Jennifer Aniston is getting rave reviews for her role in Bake which is garnering Oscar buzz.
On the other side, Aniston silenced her split rumours with fiance Justin Theroux by geacing Governor Awards red carpet together. When asked if she and fiancé Justin Theroux had eloped, Jennifer Aniston funnily replied, "I haven't read this week what's happening with us. I have to look into it."