Stars and Chemistry: Aniston Teaches a Lesson, Diaz Flunks the Exam
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ActressJennifer Anistontaught a chemistry lesson while taping her "Inside the Actors' Studio" interview on Thursday night.
Between answers and playful banter with James Lipton, the actress had eyes for only one man: new flame Justin Theroux, who was seated in the front row of the audience. According toUs Magazine, "the sexual tension was palpable," and the actress sent plenty of smiles his way throughout session. She also said that Theroux, whom she starred with in "Wanderlust," was among those she's "loved" working with during her career. During the questionnaire, she looked at him while giving her responses.
According to an onlooker, "Whenever there would be a lull, [Jen] would just look at him and give him a wink and go back to what she was doing." We're not sure where the couple went or what they did after the interview concluded, but we're pretty sure it was hot and hormone-laden.
On the flip side of things,Cameron DiazandJustin Timberlakeappear to have no onscreen chemistry whatsoever, despite being involved with each other in the past. Their adult comedy, "Bad Teacher," hit theaters today, but critics are saying that their sex scene is decidedly un-hot.
Renowned criticRoger Ebertpulled no punches, saying that "There is no chemistry, or indeed even mutual awareness between Diaz and Timberlake. You know those annual Bad Sex Awards for the worst sex scene in a movie? Their dry-humping scene deserves an award for the decade. The scene itself is pathetic." Well. I guess now we know why they broke up. Ebert didn't curtail his criticism though. It seems the hot ended with a "wet spot" on Justin's jeans, an image that "had the preview audience recoiling." Excuse us please; we're feeling the need to go recoil as well.
The lack of chemistry was apparently felt by the actors, since Diazcalledtheir onscreen romp the "least sexiest (sic) sex scene ever." Ironically, Diaz endorsed "dry humping" just last month in her interview withMaxim. After condemning the institution of marriage and saying that we should all make our own rules, shequipped, "One should dry-hump as much as possible. It leads to great things." Well isn't that nice to know?
If you do decide to ignore the lack of chemistry and see "Bad Teacher" on the big screen, please avoid dry humping in the theater.