Celebrating her directorial debut, Room 10, in L.A. Oct. 17, Aniston "looked fabulous," says a guest. Right: Vaughn (in June) "loves her and adores her," says a friend. "He wants so much to take care of her."
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In movies like Wedding Crashers
Vince Vaughn talks a mile a minute. Offscreen, he's a man of decidedly few words – especially when it comes to his girlfriend Jennifer Aniston. Vaughn rarely gabs about their year-long relationship, even to pals. "He'd rather talk about sports and beer," says one.
Until Oct. 16, that is, when he reacted chivalrously to tabloid reports that he and his costar in The Break-Up
had, indeed, broken up. In London filming the comedy Fred Claus,
Vaughn, 36, phoned his lawyers, who issued a statement saying the actor was "the partner of Jennifer Aniston" and would be filing a "legal complaint" against The Sun,
the Daily Mirror
and the New York Post,
which ran stories alleging the pair were on the rocks. Furthermore, "Ms. Aniston and Mr. Vaughn had not ended their relationship either at the material time [of the articles] or since."