Sure, she got the short end of the stick when Brad Pitt dumped her for Angelina Jolie, but it looks like Jennifer Aniston is having the last laugh after all.
As previously reported by the Gossip Girls, Aniston’s “Marley and Me” scored a higher Christmas opening day take than Pitt’s “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” ($14.6 million vs. $11.8 million), and the trend has continued through the holiday weekend.
Joining the hordes of movies set for a Christmas Day release, “Bedtime Stories” premiered in Los Angeles last night (December 18), and stars Adam Sandler and Keri Russell were in the house having a blast.
The “Billy Madison” funnyman and his “Felicity” costar hammed it up for the paparazzi as they made their way inside the El Capitan Theater, joined also by costar Teresa Palmer.
She’s come a long way since her days as Felicity. New mother Keri Russell took to the streets of New York City on a playdate with her son River and his pal Violet Affleck accompanied by mommy Jennifer Garner.
The celebrity moms were all bundled up as they strolled through the Big Apple this morning. Always the media ham, Violet wore one of her fun and crazy hats, while River opted for more of a conservative knit cap.