When is she getting married? Will she have children? Is she pregnant now? Those are the sort of questions that have followed Jennifer Aniston throughout her career. Now, in a sit down with TODAY's Carson Daly, she's responding to them — not with the answers, but with her take on the expectations that come with the questions.
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Aniston says, "I don't have this sort of checklist of things that have to be done, and … if they're not checked, then I've failed some part of my feminism or my being a woman or my worth and my value as a woman."
Here's more of what she revealed to Carson:
- On taking the Ice Bucket Challenge: "It just kept going...it just had all different levels of agony."
- On taking darker film roles, like her new one in "Life of Crime": "I'm having a lot of fun, because I've been branching out and having fun playing different characters and hiding and going into … you know, some darker stuff. So I'm excited about it.
- On her post-"Friends" career: "I kind of feel very grateful to my evolution and my history … I would never exchange it for anything."
Want to see more from Aniston and a few of her "Friends"? Check out this blast from the past from a 1994 interview on TODAY: