If you thought throwing a chair in a fit of anger is something only black hip-hop singers do, you need Jesus in your heart to cast out the devil of racism. Also, tell him the turkey’s done. Via The HuffPo:
“I threw a chair at a director. It wasn’t my proudest moment,” she tells the magazine “He was treating a script supervisor horribly… When the director walked in, I threw a chair at him. I missed, of course. I was like, ‘You can’t speak to people like that.’ I can’t tolerate it.”
She didn’t give any indication as to who the director was, and given her long career, it’s hard to make a guess. Though no one would be too upset if it was Andy Tennant, her director on “The Bounty Hunter.”
Just so everyone’s clear, Jennifer Aniston saw a situation she didn’t like and was allowed to throw a fucking chair at a dude without anyone going, “That’s assault, lady,” and calling the cops. Which apparently is exactly what film sets are like, and if you haven’t read Writing Movies for Fun and Profit: How We Made a Billion Dollars at the Box Office and You Can, Too! by Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon, they say exactly that. If you’re the “star,” you can basically traffic children through your trailer and everyone on set has to say you look beautiful doing it. “Why, yes, Gerard Butler, I’ve never seen a man sell Croatian toddlers so handsomely before. Scone?” is something I like to believe was said at some point.
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