Celebrity

« Previous Post | Ministry of Gossip Home | Next Post »

Jennifer Aniston, Juliette Lewis keep it family friendly at 'The Switch' premiere after-party

Switch-premiere

Considering a film cast to be a sort of family, there was plenty of love at "The Switch" premiere in Hollywood on Monday night. Just ask Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Juliette Lewis and Patrick Wilson.

"The Switch" premiere pictures gallery The comedy's four stars followed up their red carpet appearances at the Arclight Hollywood -- click on the pic at right to launch a photo gallery from the carpet -- with some intimate elbow-rubbing at the W Hotel's Delphine restaurant.

Aniston invited along her good gal pal Kathy Najimy, whom she embraced and introduced around to filmmakers, as well as her hair guru Chris McMillan. Bateman stuck close to his camp, while Wilson chatted close with pals such as Scott Foley.

Though Aniston wasn't short on friends, Lewis opened up about being her confidante onscreen.

"Playing Jennifer's best friend was the easiest thing in the world. She's inviting, and as lovely as you'd think or expect," said the actress and singer, who sported a sweet Dolce & Gabbana dress, plus neon blue hair, thanks to her current rock tour.

Switch-robinson

Lewis also touched on a recent interview in which she was asked about her and Jen's mutual ex, Brad Pitt.

"It's annoying [because] it's such an obvious question," she said. "But I wanted to work with Jennifer because she's a great soul, and that's that."

And as far as Pitt is concerned?

"There's no story to tell you."

The fictional tale of "The Switch" is about Bateman's character, Wally, a ne'er-do-well stock analyst who is ambivalent about Aniston's Kassie, a TV producer who is over waiting for Mr. Right and desires a Mr. Turkey Baster. A few drinks, some herbal supplements and boom -- Wally is the accidental sperm donor to an in-the-dark Kassie.

"Jason is a parent," Wilson noted of costar Bateman and how he related to his scripted son, Thomas Robinson, "and Jennifer was natural as a mother." 

The adorable Robinson, all of 6 in the film, faded just as the party got underway.

"He's exhausted," Wilson said. "It's past his bedtime." 

Clearly family takes care of its own.

-- Matt Donnelly
Twitter.com/MattDonnelly

Top photo: Juliette Lewis, left, Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Thomas Robinson down front and Patrick Wilson hit the red carpet at the premiere of "The Switch" in Hollywood on Monday. Credit: Mario Anzuoni / Reuters

Second photo: Jennifer Aniston is escorted inside at the premiere of "The Switch" at the Arclight Hollywood. Credit: Mario Anzuoni / Reuters

Third photo: Jennifer Aniston and "The Switch" actor Thomas Robinson outside the Arclight. Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images 

Related dispatch from the Ministry of Gossip:

'The Switch' premiere: On the red carpet with Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Patrick Wilson [video]

We've got more news on the biggest films, and don't miss what's happening with Jennifer Aniston.

 
Comments () | Archives (2)

Family takes care of it's own?? Really LA Times? What's the basis besides the usual sucking-up co-stars do of each other at premieres that these people know each other that well or will care about each other by the time their next movie premiere comes around? All of these people have been in Hollywood working for 20 years, and I've never seen them together in life. Didn't you say the same thing re Aniston's last crap-com? You probably had her married to Vince Vaughn, and Gerry Butler too -- how'd that work out? Again, this lopsided fluff kiss ass reporting for agencies that own you, needs to stop.

Love Jen! She and Bateman have good chemistry. They all look great. I can't wait to see the movie


Advertisement
Connect

Recommended on Facebook




In Case You Missed It...

Advertisement

Hot Property

Video



Recent Posts

Categories


Archives
 



Get Alerts on Your Mobile Phone

Sign me up for the following lists:


In Case You Missed It...