JENNIFER ANISTON’S BIG-SCREEN ADVENTURES
The onetime TV queen has been through drama, depression, and a brush with God
She had flair to spare in this ode to Dilberts everywhere. That it now has a cult following, she says, is ”insane!”
The Good Girl
Aniston earned the first strong reviews of her film career for this indie about two depressed retail clerks.
Her biggest box office hit yet. As Jim Carrey’s loyal girlfriend, she largely stood by while he did his God thing.
Rumor Has It
This failed spin on The Graduate brings back bad memories: ”It was a problem child from the beginning.”
Friends With Money
”It was the perfect time to play a zombie,” Aniston says of portraying a down-and-out maid during her divorce.
VINCE VAUGHN, FROM ”SWINGERS” TO STAR
After ”Vegas, baby!” put him on the map, the actor struggled before scoring again in comedy
Our boy is ”all growns up!” It’s been 10 years since he and Jon Favreau broke out and redefined the word money.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
When Steven Spielberg cast Vaughn as a dino trekker, he dubbed him a ”future icon.”
Vaughn’s ill-fated portrayal of Norman Bates continued a five-year run of dark — and critically drubbed — movies.
His big return to comedy. ”DreamWorks was reluctant to cast me: ‘He’s not a comedic actor anymore.”’
Vaughn thought he’d made a good movie with Owen Wilson, ”but I didn’t know it would do what it did!”