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- June 05, 2006
- Vol. 65
- No. 22
Jen & Vince's Big Night
Tom and Katie They're Not. But Despite Zero PDA at The Break-Up Premiere, the Costars Are Going Strong
HE SAID, SHE SAID ...
Promoting The Break-Up, Jen and Vince talked and talked about relationships ... just not about theirs, exactly
ON REAL-LIFE BREAKUPS:
ANISTON: There should always be a sense of closure and clarity so you can move cleanly into your next phase.
VAUGHN: All of us at moments go, 'Well, I think I could have handled that one better.' You learn from making mistakes.
ON HOUSEHOLD CHORES:
ANISTON: I'm a little crazy about doing dishes. I like a clean kitchen before bed.
VAUGHN: I don't like to do dishes. Not normally.
ANISTON: Collaboration would be a better way [than compromise]. Collaboration is just talking—saying what you need.
VAUGHN: Men and women have to learn how to kind of give the other person their space.... I'm all of a sudden answering Dr. Phil questions!
INSIDE THE BREAK-UP
Do Jen and Vince have comedy chemistry? Take an exclusive peek at their big-screen split
So real life still seems to be working out pretty well for Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston. But how will the couple play onscreen? Audiences will finally find out when The Break-Up, in which they play exes who each refuse to move out of the condo they share, hits theaters June 2. Vaughn and Aniston have a "Spencer Tracy-Katharine Hepburn kind of chemistry," says director Peyton Reed. Improvising to keep costars on their toes, Vaughn constantly "made Jen laugh." As for buzz about tweaks to the ending—do the characters get back together or not?—says Reed: "It's the ending I loved, and the only way this movie could end."
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