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Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux Dream Home Renovations Are DONE! Time For A Backyard Wedding!?

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Today is the day!!

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s dream home is finally complete!!!

The two are moving into Quincy Jones’ former residence, but decided to hold off until after they added an additional 4,000 square feet along with extensive updates.

After months of renovations and countless trips to the furniture store, Jen and Justin are finally all set to move into their dream home!!

A source revealed:

"They are supposed to move in over the weekend."

Awesome! And once THAT hassle is out of they way, they should be all set to have their wedding, right!?!??

Perhaps those 4,000 extra square feet are a wedding chapel, or a space to store all the wedding guests!!! That would make perfect sense, ha!!!

Well, maybe not. But we can still hope!!

Check out some arial views of their mansion pre-renovation! (below)

[Image via WENN.]

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7 comments to “Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux Dream Home Renovations Are DONE! Time For A Backyard Wedding!?”

  1. MichJB says – reply to this


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    Jennifer - face it - you aren't ever going to see a wedding ring.



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    Wish them the best - but is it a bit of a red flag that their house renovations took priority over getting married?

  3. @v@ says – reply to this


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    How about reporting a wedding when it actually happens? This is report #547, and no wedding yet while maybe missing other good stuff.

  4. francine sterud says – reply to this


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    You know these movie stars that have millions to spend on houses but what about their mother and father. Are they good to them. Seems like not. Most seem to want to hide their money.

  5. Nikita says – reply to this


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    BURR: Don't you understand? That's her movie now. That's where her narrative is. You know, it almost helps to think of each star as a narrative, as an idea, and their movies are and their other entertainment is where they act that idea of who they are out. And we, you know, Jennifer Aniston built up a persona - consciously or not - on "Friends" and then after "Friends" in the gossip sphere with all of her various melodramas. And again, this has nothing to do with who Jennifer Aniston may actually be, but I'm talking about her public persona. And as she's made fewer and fewer movies, that narrative just hops over to the gossip sphere and the tabloid magazines and that's where the people who are fans of her - or fans of that narrative - that's where they follow that narrative, that's where that show is. That's where the Jennifer Aniston show is now. It's not on TV. It's not on the movie screen. It's over in this other form of entertainment that, again, probably doesn't have a lot to do with actual day to day reality.



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    This Is FRESH AIR. And if you’re just joining us, my guest is Ty Burr. He’s a film critic for the Boston Globe and author of the new book “Gods Like Us: On Movie Stardom and Modern Fame.”

    So something that confuses me about celebrity. You know, when I go to the supermarket and I’m seeing the tabloids at the checkout line, like Jennifer Aniston is still on the cover so much of the time. And like I have to say, I can’t – I can’t comprehend why. It’s not like – how many years has it been since “Friends”? And how often is she in a hit movie? What is that fame, what is that interest still based on?



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    Re: OLIVIA JONES
    BURR: Don’t you understand? That’s her movie now. That’s where her narrative is. You know, it almost helps to think of each star as a narrative, as an idea, and their movies are and their other entertainment is where they act that idea of who they are out. And we, you know, Jennifer Aniston built up a persona – consciously or not – on “Friends” and then after “Friends” in the gossip sphere with all of her various melodramas. And again, this has nothing to do with who Jennifer Aniston may actually be, but I’m talking about her public persona. And as she’s made fewer and fewer movies, that narrative just hops over to the gossip sphere and the tabloid magazines and that’s where the people who are fans of her – or fans of that narrative – that’s where they follow that narrative, that’s where that show is. That’s where the Jennifer Aniston show is now. It’s not on TV. It’s not on the movie screen. It’s over in this other form of entertainment that, again, probably doesn’t have a lot to do with actual day to day reality.