Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Divorce: Jennifer Aniston To Benefit From Brangelina Split?

6:52 AM EDT 3/20/2017 by Colt, Celebeat Reporter

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While many are saddened by the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce, especially the Brangelina kids, one person is allegedly going to benefit from their infamous split -- Jennifer Aniston! The "Friends" actress is reportedly ready to work with her ex again and it may definitely be the boost that she needed for her quiet career.

Many have dubbed the 48-year-old "The Yellow Birds" actress as a "flop queen" since most of her films were not making much money for it to be even considered as successful. So when a new report revealed that Jennifer Aniston is open to work with Brad Pitt again, one Celebeat reader shared that Justin Theroux' wife will certainly benefit from the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce.

"She will benefit greatly in any project with Brad Pitt. He doesn't need her," the 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 further noted that if her career is doing well then Jennifer Aniston should not see any reason why she should work with her ex again who broke her heart a decade ago. "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"

It has been previously reported that after the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce, there could be a chance for the "War Machine" actor to do a project with his ex-wife. Jennifer Aniston suggested that they could start with an animation film so they will not feel the awkwardness being in the same room most of the time.


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