Jennifer Aniston: Wanderlust Nudity Was Liberating

Jennifer Aniston says that she doesn’t have any problem taking off her clothes for her new movie Wanderlust — because she found it to be liberating.

In the comedy, she portrays Paul Rudd’s wife. The story revolves around the husband who gets fired and the two of them venture off to live with a family member in the South, but end up in a hippie commune instead.

Jennifer said that she was happy to strip off her clothes for the role and said that it was a freeing experience. In a new interview with ET Canada, she said, “There was a lot of [nudity]. Bottomless, topless…It’s happening… ‘Liberating’ is a good word to use.”

Despite all of that, one full frontal scene was cut from the movie. Jennifer’s character goes nude during a televised protest , but the movie’s producers left that scene on the cutting room floor. It was rumored that Jennifer asked for the scene to be cut out of respect for her boyfriend and co-star Justin Theroux.

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