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Jennifer Aniston's Role in 'Office Christmas Party' Was Originally Just a Cameo

Jennifer Aniston is starring in the new holiday comedy Office Christmas Party, but originally she was just supposed to have a cameo role!

The actress is on the cover of Entertainment Weekly with co-stars Olivia Munn, T.J. Miller, and Courtney B. Vance and they open up about her part in the film.

“I’ve known about this movie for so many years,” Jen said. “So I always was joking throughout the years, ‘There better be a part for me in there.’ And all of the sudden he was like, ‘Hey, so we’d like you to play a part,’ and I was like, ‘Really?’ It started off as a little cameo. It was supposed to be just a small little thing.”

Click inside to read what Olivia Munn said about Jennifer’s role… More Here! »

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Shawn Mendes Shows Off Killer Abs for Shirtless 'Flaunt' Cover

Shawn Mendes strips off his shirt for the hot new cover of Flaunt magazine’s “The Nocturne Issue.”

Here’s what the 18-year-old Canadian singer had to share with the mag:

On love and relationships: “Love is probably the strongest emotion that you can feel. It’s very natural—and I wouldn’t want to say easy—but natural and comfortable to write about, and there’s so many different forms of it, millions of layers, you could write forever about it.”

On his songwriting process:” The second you start trying to write about things that other people want to hear, it’s not as honest as it should be.”

On family: “My family, growing up, all my cousins, all of us, we all spoke about how we were feeling, it wasn’t a hide your emotions type family.”

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Jessica Chastain on Getting Plastic Surgery: 'Who Knows?'

Jessica Chastain gets her close up on the cover of The Edit magazine’s

Here’s what the Miss Sloane star had to share with the mag:

On if she’d have plastic surgery: “Who knows? When I’m 50 or 60, I might. Some people think I’ve had a nose job. I’ve never had anything like that done, but I have no judgement of anyone that does.”

On her flawless skin: “So much comes down to the food you eat and I eat a very clean diet. Being vegan has made a huge difference in my life.”

On her self esteem in high school: “I didn’t like looking different. Being a redhead, you can’t fit into the group. I wanted to be blond so bad. I had really bad self-esteem and I asked my mom if I could dye my hair but she wouldn’t let me.”

On why Donald Trump could be good for feminism: “I think [Trump] being so popular is really an example of why feminism is so important. Unbeknownst to him, he is bringing it all to the forefront, and I am very grateful for him in doing that. You have to look at the world in a positive way otherwise you just want to cry.”

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Milo Ventimiglia Learned So Much From Will Smith After Filming One Line Role on 'Fresh Prince'

Milo Ventimiglia looks so suave and cool in his latest photo shoot for Interview magazine’s new issue.

Here’s what the 39-year-old This is Us star had to share:

On guest-starring on Fresh Prince of Bel-Air & learning from Will Smith: “It was fun, man. I had one line. You can still go on YouTube, type in ‘Milo Ventimiglia Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,’ and you’ll find it. But the most impactful thing for me being on that set was to see how Will Smith was with his crew. He was coming off of Men in Black, and was already signed up for Men in Black II. He was not just a TV star; he was a movie star already. He knew everyone’s name and was inclusive of everyone and the crew. For me, being that that was my first job, I just watched and soaked up as much as I could. It impacted me and how I am around my sets and my crews. Will Smith is a good man. So I just try to be a good man.” (JJ Note: Watch the hilarious clip below!)

On going bare-bottomed for This is Us: I knew that I was going to be bare-bottomed, but I didn’t know that my ass would precede my face. I honestly didn’t know … it was the first part of the day on the first day. So it was meeting the crew, ‘Hey, how are you, nice to meet you’ and then all of the sudden bare-assed.

On returning for Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life: “I stayed close with Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino. I pretty much would go to the ends of the earth for them. So when Amy called me to say, ‘Hey, we’re doing this,” I was like, “Great. I’ll be there. Just let me know.’ And I let my team of guys know, ‘I’m going back to do this, so whatever I’m working on, let’s just work out the time to do this.’ It wasn’t a decision really based on creativity—like I had a need to play Jess Mariano again—so much as it was exciting to me to be able to speak Amy and Dan’s words again, because I think they’re genius and they’re personal friends. For me it was just another opportunity to get to work with people that I admire, respect, and really love.”

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Sofia Richie Used to Feel Like She Lived in Dad Lionel's Shadow

Sofia Richie rocks a retro look in a photo from her spread in Galore‘s latest issue, available now.

Here’s what the 18-year-old model had to share with the mag:

On living in the shadow of her dad Lionel and sister Nicole: “I mean I went through it for a really long time, just feeling really in their shadow, but I grew out of it. I tried to separate myself as much as possible, figure out what I liked to do and how to get it done my own way instead of having them consistently helping me out. It’s a work in progress, but I’m trying.”

On her beauty regimen: “I’m a freak about washing my face because when I work I have makeup on, then I take it off, put it on again, and I don’t know what brushes are dirty so I’m a freak when I get home. I have my Lancer kit that I use every night, every morning.”

On the worst advice she’s been given: “One of my best girlfriends told me, ‘You know what? The only way to figure out what you really want is to put it all out there,’ and I don’t know how old I was, I think I was like 10…I met this guy and she told me to just go up to him and tell him I really liked him. So I did, he shot me down, and after that I was like, yeah I think I’m gonna be a little more self-protected from now on.”

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Denzel Washington & Viola Davis Talk 'Fences' With Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for 'THR'

Denzel Washington and Viola Davis get serious on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter, on stands December 9th.

Here’s what the Fences stars had to share in an interview conducted by NBA legend and cultural commentator Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Denzel, on why he thinks the story is still relevant despite being written in 1985: “The circumstances, again, are universal. It could happen to anyone. I don’t know if it’s more political now given the election or whatever, but it’s a long way from Troy to now because now we’re post-Obama even.”

Viola, on what she hopes people will take away from the film about black culture: “I think sometimes what people miss about black people is that we’re complicated, that we are indeed messy, that we do our best with what we’ve been given. We come into the world exactly like you. It’s just that there are circumstances in the culture that are dictated and put on our lives that we have to fight against.”

Denzel on why playwright August Wilson wanted the film to have a black director: “Scorsese probably could have directed Schindler’s List and Spielberg probably could have directed Goodfellas. But it’s as much to do with the difference in culture as it is with race. We know what hair smells like when a hot comb hits it. That’s a cultural thing. We know what that smells like on Sunday mornings, usually church-related or something. In my house, it was getting ready for church and your sister was getting her hair fried.”

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Chris Pratt Tells 'British GQ' That Filming 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Forced Him To Deal With His Father's Death

Chris Pratt is opening up about dealing with the loss of his father Daniel while filming his anticipated film Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

“The truth is I ripped open some wounds that had been healing for some time. And I didn’t want to. But I knew it was right for the moment, the 37-year-old actor reveals in the January issue of British GQ, on sale Monday (December 5). “There are wounds that are never going to be totally healed. It would probably make for a better story if it was some emotional thing that I hadn’t dealt with… When we face the death of a parent, you sometimes feel regret that you didn’t fully embrace what you had.”

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On his audition for Guardians of the Galaxy with director James Gunn: “Within a minute he knew it was me and I knew it was me. And then he just said, any questions? I was like, ‘how much f***ing time do you have? Like, yeah, tell me everything. Tell me the script scene by scene, starting now, to the end, because you f***ing people won’t let me read it. So yeah, I have questions, I have nothing but f***ing questions.’”

On being a struggling actor: “Life was a series of choices based on the price backwards on the menu, when you didn’t look at, ooh, what do I want, you look at the lowest number, that’s what you’re going to get. The difference between a large soda and a small soda was the 49 cents, and you didn’t spend the 49 cents. I heard someone say to me if it’s a problem that can be solved by money, it’s not a real problem. And I thought what kind of f***ing asshole would come up with that?”

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