Jennifer Aniston Asked To Be “Retouched” In Film

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It takes CGI and mystical warlocks for Jennifer Aniston to pretend she’s still a sex symbol and anything resembling a leading lady. Combine that with her seemingly endless need and insecurity, and you’re left with the makers of her upcoming movie The Switch telling her to fuck off.

At 41, Jennifer Aniston’s age is starting to catch up with her.

When the actress recently watched the final cuts from her upcoming romantic comedy The Switch (out Aug. 20), “she thought she looked rough — especially in the daytime scenes,” a movie insider tells the new issue of Us Weekly…”She wanted them retouched further, but the studio had already spent its postproduction budget,” continues the source. “The studio discussed making her foot the bill for any enhancements.” Though a rep for the star tells Us that “all films go through print adjustments, and this is no different from the rest,” the insider adds that Aniston was just as self-conscious during filming, often pulling her hair down to cover any facial lines.

If an army of stylists, filtered lighting, and postproduction can’t make you look attractive on screen, then maybe it’s time you stop taking roles where you’re supposed to be hot. Or maybe you should stop being in movies at all. You’re a movie star the same way the Tin Man and a X-Wing fighter are movie stars. People like you on screen until they see you up close and realize it’s mostly duct tape and glue.