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Jennifer Aniston has her film career dissed Jennifer Aniston may be considered an A-list celebrity, but not everyone thinks that she deserves to be at the top based on her so-so career.

Rupert Everett was talking with BBC Radio 4 when he took a small jab at the actress, states “Jennifer Aniston will have one too many total flops, but she’s still a member of that club … things will swirl around her and it will suddenly solidify into another vital tasteless rom-com,” Everett said about her forever being a star.

Considering Aniston’s last few flicks barely drew in viewers, the actor may have a point.

Do you think Jennifer Aniston deserves to be an A-list celebrity?

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One Comment

  • December 30, 2010 | Permalink |

    I find interested how develop the entertainment industries, and how the press follow – up. It seems to me that any report GOOD or NOT-GOOD, is in fact GOOD PRESS, therefore, “celebrities” are on the front pages, psychologically / medias effect, look so. I am surprised in this particular article where “Galaxy of Hollywood Stars” has be again analysing Jennifer Aniston in a strange way, maybe also good strange way, but hasn’t taken under consideration also other relevant issues which are part of life of Jennifer Aniston as well, where she contributed and contribute substantial, namely HUMANITATIAN AID, charitable donation which for me is MORE IMPORTANT AS all these gossips, empty conversation:
    a. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is located in Memphis, Tennessee and is one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals. where Jennifer Aniston support charitably and help
    b. Donation Medicines san frontiers US$ 500,000.- Haiti
    It’s for me it’s a REMARCABLE WORK and HELP, where Jennifer Aniston exposed her as a real person no one “GALAXY HOLLIWOOD STAR which going to be eclipsed but still part of the STARS FAMILLY” namely, Jennifer Aniston is a great, good, passionate, emotional, and warm woman. Helping children in need donation to Haiti is not only human it is sign of deep emotional and cordial approaches to peoples in need unconditionally. I am pleased to posted my comment on this press report, and would like to add Jen you have my endless support; therefore you are very, very nice woman and i like and love that what you on this way contributed. Congratulation and my respect, appreciations to Jen, please receive my best cordial regards,
    Dr. V. de Rothschild, MD, PhD, Neurosurgeon and Plastic & Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon

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