Jennifer Aniston Is No Fan Of Jessica Simpson’s Movie Debut

Sources tell Star magazine that Jennifer Aniston walked out of an August 6th screening of ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’ that she attended with hairstylist Chris McMillan. Brad Pitt’s ex bailed on the TV remake after just 30 minutes, reportedly giving a brief review of the starring flick afterwards, saying, “It sucked.”

Jessica Simpson’s Demands Lead People To Pull VMA Party Plug

August 21, 2005 – The New York Post reports People magazine pulled out as a sponsor of a party Jessica and Ashlee Simpson were set to host in Miami after the MTV Video Music Awards because the ‘Dukes Of Hazzard’ star made exorbitant demands that would have cost the weekly hundreds of thousands of dollars. “Her demands became outrageous,” an insider explained. “She wanted everyone to set up shop at 6 a.m. and be there for like 24 hours. She wanted $20,000 for hair and make-up, $80,000 for a technical production budget which her father, Joe, was overseeing, and over 30 rooms at the Setai.”

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8 thoughts on “Jennifer Aniston Is No Fan Of Jessica Simpson’s Movie Debut

  1. lilbrookiie says:

    I agree…it sucked but I think its dumb walking out a movie you just paid for.

  2. sexymama says:

    I’m sure that 10.00 is a huge deal to Jennifer.

  3. ihatehilary says:

    that’s cuz Jessica probably cheated with brad too.

  4. Clara106 says:

    I don’t really see what this has to do with Jessica Simpson. yes, she plays a minor role in the film but, it’s not like she wrote it, directed it, and produced it. so Jennifer Aniston didn’t like it, she isn’t the only one.

  5. Potrzebie says:

    If you bought some food and you didn’t like it, would you feel compelled to eat the whole thing?

  6. Potrzebie says:

    it seems gossip writers insist on calling her the star of the movie, whereas the reviews I’ve read indicate that she’s not onscreen very often at all. It’s like calling Natalie Portman the star of REVENGE OF THE SITH.

  7. GuiltyPleasures says:

    I walked out on the Skeleton Key, it was gawd awful. After seeing the previews of “The Dukes of Hazzard” you knew it was going to suck.

  8. ihatehilary says:

    you should’ve went with him, then you would know if it was great too!’, ‘and you could’ve made out and that would’ve been so hot.

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