How Each Jennifer Aniston Movie Describes a Real-Life Love Interest

Aniston's Filmography is Her Date-ography

Yahoo Contributor Network
Jennifer Aniston new topless pictures for new fragrance ad campaign.

View photo

Jennifer Aniston new topless pictures for new fragrance ad campaign.

Jennifer Aniston's movies always have interesting titles---titles that you might read in headlines in Us Weekly or other such publications where Aniston's movie-star image might appear.

In light of her recent revelation that the 2006 film "The Break Up" helped get her through her own breakup with Brad Pitt, let's track Rachel Green's relationships through her filmography.

"Picture Perfect" (1997)/Tate Donovan

From 1995 to 1998, Jennifer dated and was reportedly engaged to actor Tate Donovan. They seemed like the cutest, seemingly-normal couple ever. An attractive looking TV actor who would later appear on Fox's "The O.C.," Donovan even appeared on "Friends" as Aniston's love interest, "Josh-ua." While the relationship eventually ended, Donovan and Aniston reportedly have remained friends, according to E! Online. Even their breakup was "picture perfect."

"The Object of My Affection" (1998)/Brad Pitt

While Aniston cited "The Break Up" as a movie that helped her get over Brad Pitt, in 1998, when Aniston started dating Pitt, "The Object of My Affection" was the movie that ushered in their relationship. We all know what happened eventually, but in Hollywood terms, Pitt was the object of her affection for quite a while. Seven years is like 14 years in showbiz.

"Friends with Money" (2006)/Vince Vaughn

After her divorce from Brad Pitt, she started dating Vince Vaughn, co-star of "The Break Up" and fellow well-paid actor. Who needs to go on to look for an affluent rebound man when your whole industry is filled with them! Despite starting a relationship on the set of "The Break Up," the couple's fate met a similar one to the couple they played in the film.

"Love Happens" (2009)/John Mayer

This romantic drama starring Aniston and Aaron Eckhart was about as well-received from the public as the relationship between Aniston and Mayer was. The alternate title for this movie/relationship could have been "S*** Happens."

"Just Go With It" (2011)/Justin Theroux

Nowadays, Aniston looks more relaxed and happy than ever, as she's started dating actor/writer/director Justin Theroux. She's more free-spirited than ever. Aniston even recently got her first tattoo to commemorate her dog Norman who recently passed away. Could the title of her blockbuster film with Adam Sandler be a new life mantra?

Note: This was written by a Yahoo! contributor. Join the Yahoo! Contributor Network here to start publishing your own articles.

View Comments