Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Divorce: Jennifer Aniston Sees Brangelina Split As Opportunity For Career Boost?

5:00 AM EDT 3/24/2017 by Colt, Celebeat Reporter

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After her split from Brad Pitt in 2005, it seems like Jennifer Aniston is having a hard time looking for a successful project. Many dubbed Justin Theroux' wife as the "flop queen" and that she can only do the "Friends" television series successfully. So will the star take the Brangelina split as an opportunity for a career boost?

It has been previously reported that Jennifer Aniston is open to working with her famous ex after the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce became official. It has been over a decade when the public saw the former Hollywood power couple together, so reuniting for a new project is certainly a good start for a brand new friendship. While their team up will definitely be exciting, one fan believe that the 48-year-old actress, producer, and businesswoman will benefit a lot from the Brangelina split.

"She will benefit greatly in any project with Brad Pitt. He doesn't need her," the Celebeat reader wrote. "Anything they do together will be a hit only because of their past. He has matured and is a fine actor. She has stayed frozen in time and can only play 'Friends' role over and over again."

The reader then pointed out that Jennifer Aniston may need this new project so bad since she agreed to it with no hesitation. "If she had matured and moved on, she'd say thanks but no thanks. Still the needy one," the reader added. "Chelsea Handler must be having some kind of fit over"

If the Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston reported team up will indeed pursue, Justin Theroux' wife suggested that they should start with animated films first. That way, the former couple will not have to work with each other face to face all the time to avoid awkwardness.

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