Jennifer Aniston she is one of the most beloved actresses of her generation. The mood in the audience, which undoubtedly arises from the fact that the actress played the role of Rachel Green in an amazing sitcom. Friends, to become as much a standard in the world of American comedy as a real mass phenomenon that spawned a collective imagination that made the audience always “defend” the actors who betrayed the characters who spent their free time in the Central Perk bar. Together with her talent, which also allowed her to demonstrate her abilities not only in comedic, but also in more dramatic tones – remember the movie Cake or a recent Apple TV+ series morning show, is ready to return for the third season, starting in September – Jennifer Aniston “spoiled” the audience also because of the “scandal” with her breakup with Brad Pitt, who allegedly cheated on her with Angelina Jolie when they were still married. This whole premise explains how much power Jennifer Aniston still wields and how much the public is willing to listen to her whenever the actress has something to say. Proof of this are the latest statements that the actress made and which prompted her to talk about cancel culture what is so fashionable in Hollywood at this moment in history.
Jennifer Aniston’s words about canceling culture
The actress appeared on the cover Wall Street Journal and it was an interview published for this magazine that he confided his thoughts about the fact that “so tired of canceling culture.” Actress Friends He then explained his point further by saying:
“I know that I will probably get canceled myself for these words, I just don’t know what it all means … Is there no more redemption? I don’t know. I wouldn’t put everyone in the same group as Harvey Weinstein. (charged and sentenced to 39 years for rape, ed.).“
On diversity we read as Jennifer Aniston explained that while she was never openly and personally harassed by Harvey Weinstein, she did not have a positive experience with Hollywood’s most powerful producer. He said:
“He wasn’t the guy you were talking about, “God, I can’t wait to hang out with Harvey.” Never. Never. You actually caught yourself thinking, “God, okay, let’s eat this toad.” I actually remember how one day he came to me on the set to “choose” me for another film. And I remember making the conscious decision to have another person in the trailer with me.“
Thus, Jennifer Aniston does not defend anything and anyone with her statements, but at the same time, it seems to emphasize how dangerous the new Hollywood trend is to immediately throw a veil of oblivion on the head of anyone who makes an unforgivable mistake. under the new rules of political correctness, where everything can be turned into something wrong. This film is a recent example of this. Owner Bradley Cooper, in which the director and actor were at the center of a controversy just because of wearing a prosthetic nose, which earned him a reputation as an anti-Semite.