A small-time pot dealer attempts to clear his debts by smuggling a large amount of drugs across the US-Mexico border under the guise of a fake family vacation.
Understandably, 2013 has become a banner year for TV reunion in that 'Arrested Development' will finally dish out Netflix's revival season on May 26, while even the dormant 'Veronica Mars' got its act together for a fan-funded feature film, but the latest rumors have little merit, despite their long reach. Sources lacking credibility yesterday spread news of a 'Friends' reunion season, but despite the rumor's prevalence, no such thing will likely ever take place. Find out why inside!
She's been one of America's sweethearts since making her debut as Rachel Green on 'Friends,' but in today's Way Back When, we take a look back at some of Jennifer Aniston's earlier roles.
One of the bevy of bad-but-so-fun-to-watch movies making the rounds on Netflix is 'The Sweetest Thing' starring Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate, Selma Blair and Thomas Jane. Aside from not being able to stop singing "You're to big to fit in here, to big to fit in here..." on repeat, we couldn't stop thinking about those moments where Christina Applegate looked almost exactly like Jennifer Aniston circa her run on 'Friends.'
This one comes courtesy of Joel McHale on The Soup. 'Big Brother' is one of his favorite shows on TV. Yes, there's lots of drama and guys acting like d-bags, but McHale watches the hit reality TV show for one person and one person only, Wil Heuser, and it's because he's the male incarnation of Jennifer Aniston.
After years of tabloid drama and a handful of relationships that failed to flourish under the bright and punishing tabloid spotlight that comes with being famous, Jennifer Aniston is finally ready to tie the knot.
As Ellen DeGeneres preps for her upcoming 10th season, she's recruited one very famous 'Friend' to help her with the promos: Jennifer Aniston. And the results are every bit as funny as you'd expect.
The 2012 MTV Movie Awards category Best On-Screen Dirt Bag was a new addition this year and the winner was someone who doesn't have a whole lot of experience playing dirt bags: 'Horrible Bosses' star Jennifer Aniston.
Though most of her fellow 'Friends' cast members have struck out, Jennifer Aniston is the only one who became a real movie star. And even though her most recent film 'Wanderlust' was a disappointment, she's up for at least two proejcts: 'We're the...
Would you have watched 'Friends' if Courteney Cox had played Rachel instead of Jennifer Aniston? How about if 'Facts of Life' star Nancy McKeon had played Monica? Those stories and more have been revealed in a new history of the hit sitcom.