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Jennifer Aniston Couldn’t ‘Get Enough’ of Her Role as a Dirty Dentist

Jennifer Aniston Couldnt Get Enough of Her Role as a Dirty Dentist

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston

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11/10/2014 AT 09:00 PM EST

Jennifer Aniston may be America’s sweetheart, but she admits she loved getting down and dirty – really dirty – in Horrible Bosses 2.

“She’s a hard one to let go of,” Aniston told reporters Monday about reprising her role as Julia, the sex-obsessed, naughty-mouthed dentist who finds herself in a sexual addiction support group in the new comedy that opens Nov. 26. “I didn’t get enough of her! It was too quick. It was just like a little In-N-Out Burger.”

Aniston, 45 – who reunited three years later with costars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis and Jamie Foxx for the sequel – said she even found a certain comfort zone with her character’s salty language and love of the double entendre.

“I find it extremely entertaining the way she speaks,” says Aniston. “I don’t really think that to her she’s saying anything inappropriate. For her it’s describing the ingredients to a wonderful soufflé, or ‘What are we going to be doing this weekend?’ “

However, the actress, who is garnering Oscar buzz for her role in Cake, balked at one line that was so filthy she couldn’t bring herself to deliver it.

“It was the one thing I didn’t say! Imagine how bad it must’ve been if I had said, ‘I can’t say it’,” she told reporters. “Either it was so bad, or I just really didn’t understand it, which was probably the case.”

Another line Aniston didn’t say? “I do.”

“I haven’t read this week what’s happening with us,” Aniston joked with Extra when asked if she and fiancé Justin Theroux had eloped. “I have to look into it.”

Reporting by SCOTT HUVER

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After Officiating Son’s Same-Sex Wedding, Mennonite Pastor Gets His Credential Revoked

After Officiating Sons Same Sex Wedding, Mennonite Pastor Gets His Credential Revoked

Chester and Sara Jane Wenger (below) with Phil Wenger (right) and Steve Dinnocenti

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11/10/2014 AT 08:00 PM EST

When Phil Wenger wanted to marry his partner, he asked his father, 96-year-old Chester Wenger, a longtime pastor and missionary in the Mennonite Church, to officiate.

The backyard ceremony at the home of Wenger and his now-husband, Steve Dinnocenti, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was attended by only a few people in June. But since that day, it has rippled far beyond the town.

In September, the retired pastor’s ministerial credential was revoked by the church based on these guidelines: “Pastors holding credentials in a conference of Mennonite Church USA may not perform a same-sex covenant.”

L. Keith Weaver, moderator for the Lancaster Mennonite Conference, said the decision stemmed from a review “that was experienced as mutually gracious and respectful,” according to an email he sent to Lancaster Online.

Now, Chester Wenger, who is not fighting the decision, hopes the episode might prompt the church to reconsider its acceptance of gays and lesbians, as he wrote in an online piece published by The Mennonite, a publication of Mennonite Church USA.

After Officiating Sons Same Sex Wedding, Mennonite Pastor Gets His Credential Revoked

Phil Wenger and Steve Dinnocenti

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“I know persons will accuse me for my transgression,” he writes, “but my act of love was done on behalf of the church I love, and my conscience is clear.”

Had he foreseen the repercussions, Phil Wenger told Lancaster Online he never would have asked his father to officiate. But he also said his father’s letter was meant to address any further church divide.

The elder Wenger, a former pastor at Blossom Hill Mennonite Church in Manheim Township, Pennsylvania, said his thinking evolved after Phil Wenger was kicked out of the church in the late 1970s for his sexual orientation.

“When our gay, young adult son about 35 years ago was excommunicated from the Mennonite Church by a church leader, without any conversation with him or his parents, my wife and I grieved deeply,” he wrote.

“For many years, in the company of other grieving parents of homosexual persons, we have told our stories, read and reread the Scriptures,” he added. “What would Jesus do with our sons and daughters who are bullied, homeless, sexually abused, and driven to suicide at far higher rates than our heterosexual children?”

The father of eight (one deceased) continued, “We believe this is an opportune moment for the church to boldly proclaim a pastoral, grace-filled readiness to include both homosexuals and heterosexuals within the blessing of a marriage covenant designed to be wholesome and God-honoring.”

After Officiating Sons Same Sex Wedding, Mennonite Pastor Gets His Credential Revoked
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Joe Manganiello: Why Magic Mike XXL Is a ‘Bigger Rush’

Joe Manganiello: Why Magic Mike XXL Is a Bigger Rush

Joe Manganiello and Channing Tatum film Magic Mike XXL


11/10/2014 AT 07:15 PM EST

Not many men can say they’ve nearly gone deaf from the sound of 900 women screaming for them.

When PEOPLE’s Hottest Bachelor Joe Manganiello and his hunky costars Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey and Matt Bomer shot the first Magic Mike, they drove the 200 shrieking female extras on set wild with their steamy stripteases.

But that was nothing compared to shooting the much-awaited sequel, Magic Mike XXL. “This time, there were 900 during our dance scene, so it was a bigger rush,” Manganiello told PEOPLE Thursday at the launch of the MB Chronowing smartwatch at Soho House West Hollywood. “The sound of 900 screaming women is literally deafening. My ears were ringing for days after I did my final routine.”

All the bumping, grinding and gyrating required for those temperature-raising routines now comes naturally to Manganiello, 37, who admits he’s got the dancing thing down. “It’s not big deal anymore,” he says. “It’s old hat at this point.”

Tatum and Bomer are returning for the new movie, joined by newcomers Elizabeth Banks, Amber Heard, Jada Pinkett Smith and Michael Strahan – who will play a stripper in Magic Mike’s crew.

When the film wrapped in Savannah, Georgia, in early November, Manganiello was finally able to indulge in some of the foods that were off limits during shooting before heading home to his girlfriend, Sofia Vergara.

“I eat like a normal human being when I’m not training,” he says. “We were in the South. So there’s chicken pot pies and fried chicken and you know, sweet potato soufflé, all of that good fun stuff.”

Magic Mike XXL hits theaters in July 2015.


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A Look At 13 Hollywood Adoptions

Thanks to A-list couples like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Hollywood has put adoption in the spotlight.

In celebration of National Adoption Awareness Month, we’re taking a look at 13 high-profile adoptive parents such as Hugh Jackman, Mariska Hargitay and Sandra Bullock.

Reality couple Bill Horn and Scout Masterson (a.k.a. “The Guncles”) recently welcomed their second child, son Bosley, via adoption.

The couple are also parents to 4-year-old daughter Simone, thanks to domestic adoption.

The Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood stars opened up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about their open adoption with Simone’s birth mother.

“It’s an open adoption and we’re still in contact with Simone’s birth mom,” the reality dads shared. “It’s a really special and wonderful relationship that we have with her. We exchange photos and talk on the phone occasionally. There’s an open invitation for her to come and visit.”

The Biggest Loser star Jillian Michaels and her partner Heidi Rhoades became parents to two children in May 2013: A 2-year-old daughter Lukensia and a newborn son Phoenix.

“About three and a half years ago I began dating my partner Heidi,” Jillian shared on her road toward motherhood. “We had a very easy going, comfortable and no-pressure relationship. And a year or so into our relationship, I decided I want to adopt.”

The celebrity trainer went on to say the adoption process was not easy, and after a year and a half of waiting for a referral from Africa, she switched gears.

“I switched all my paperwork over to Haiti and I get a phone call one day,” she shared. “Heidi is now trying to get pregnant for five months now. They say, ‘We have a referral for you,’ which means they’ve matched you with a child. I was like, ‘This is unbelievable, this is great!’ I come home and tell Heidi, and in less than 24 hours she says, ‘By the way, I’m pregnant.’ ”

Academy Award-winning actress Charlize Theron shocked fans with her baby news last year. The actress adopted a baby boy named Jackson.

Charlize opened up about a letter she wrote at 8-years-old, sharing her plans for a future adoption.

“My mother found [it]. It said, ‘Would you please take me to orphanage, so that I can go and adopt a baby?’ I always knew I would adopt – always,” she shared.

Not only did Sandra Bullock become an Academy Award-winner in 2010, she also become a mom. The Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close actress adopted a New Orleans-born boy, Louis, in January 2010.

Now 4-years-old, Louis has become Sandra’s greatest joy. “He’s just perfect, I can’t even describe him any other way,” she gushed.

Sandra opened up about the first time she laid eyes on her gorgeous son.

“The first time I met Louis, it was like the whole outside world got quiet,” she said. “It was like he had always been a part of our lives. All I said when I met him was, ‘Oh, there you are.’”

The Little Couple’s Dr. Jen Arnold and Bill Klein introduced their 4-year-old son William on the Katie Couric show in April. And just one month later, they had more exciting news to report.

After years of hoping to become parents and suffering through fertility issues, the couple announced they adopted a 19-month-old girl from India they have named Zoey.

“We’re so delighted that Zoey will be joining our family and that William will have a little sister coming home very soon,” the reality TV couple said in a statement.

Zoey also has a form of dwarfism like her adoptive parents and brother Will.

“We’ve dealt with prejudice and many challenges,” Jennifer said of her life experiences. “I feel very lucky and fortunate that I have the wonderful life I have.”

The Help star Viola Davis and husband Julius Tennon adopted daughter Genesis as a newborn in October 2011.

“She’s wonderful,” Davis gushed. “A complete and total blessing for us.”

Nashville star Connie Britton adopted son Yoby from Ethiopia in November 2011.

“I lost both of my parents within three years of each other and I kind of thought, ‘What am I waiting for?’ The man will come and if I want to have my own kids I can do that, but I [knew] this was something I [wanted] to do,” the single mom said.

A year after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Sheryl Crow adopted her now 7-year-old son, Wyatt. The songstress said she always knew she’d be a mom.

“There was a shift in my life when I got diagnosed, [with breast cancer] because it demanded I look at everything and redefine my life,” she said. “I always felt I would be a mom. I have strong ­maternal instincts.”

The singer went on to adopt a second son, now 4-year-old son Levi.

“I’ve always had maternal instincts,” she said. “And there are so many different ways you can go about that. My sons didn’t have to be from me. They didn’t have to look like me. I just wanted children to love.”

“They have so much energy and they keep me young!” Sheryl recently told Celebrity Baby Scoop. “I wouldn’t change a thing. I love getting to see things through their eyes.”

The Queen of Pop has adopted two children from Malawi – David, now 9, and Mercy, now 7 – and has since spoken about the experience.

“This was an eye opening experience” and “a real low point in my life,” the Like a Virgin singer said of adopting David.

“I didn’t know that trying to adopt a child was going to land me in another sh– storm,” she added. “I was accused of kidnapping, child trafficking, using my celebrity muscle to jump ahead in the line, bribing government officials, witchcraft, you name it. I could get my head around people giving me a hard time for simulating masturbation onstage or publishing my Sex book, even kissing Britney Spears at an awards show, but trying to save a child’s life was not something I thought I would be punished for. . . In any case, I got through it. I survived.”

The Material Mom was more prepared for her second adoption.

“When I adopted Mercy James, I put my armor on,” the popstar said. “I tried to be more prepared. I braced myself. This time I was accused by a female Malawian judge that because I was divorced, I was an unfit mother. I fought the supreme court and I won. It took almost another year and many lawyers. I still got the shit kicked out of me, but it didn’t hurt as much. And looking back, I do not regret one moment of the fight.”

Hugh Jackman is happiest, “being with my family, definitely, without a doubt.”

The sexy Wolverine star and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness, have two adopted children – Oscar, 14, and Ava, 9. The hands-on dad said it was a “no-brainer” for them to adopt children in need.

“When we went first to talk to someone in Los Angeles about adoption, I remember, they said, ‘What do you want?’ I said, ‘Well, healthy would be good.’ And they said, ‘Well, what about the race?’ We’d ticked mixed race. And he said, ‘Now, listen. Please don’t, please don’t just tick that because you think it’s the right thing to tick.’ And he said to me, that we turn away children every month who are mixed race, because we can’t find families for them.”

Hugh’s wife Deborra has been named the New South Wales Australian of the Year for her fight for children’s rights around the world.

In 2008, she launched National Adoption Awareness Week in an attempt to pursue her vision for “children all over the world to be given every chance to live a fulfilled life and achieve their full potential.”

A-listers Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are parents to six children: Maddox, 13, Pax, 11, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 6.

Their three eldest children were adopted from Cambodia, Vietnam and Ethiopia — although, Angie said she’s lost track of the details. “I couldn’t tell you in my own home who’s adopted and who’s not,” Angelina said.

“It doesn’t cross my mind,” she added. “There is something really wonderful when you adopt a child from another country because that whole country enters your house. We have different languages in our house, we have different flags up in our house, we have different food and culture and discussions and we go to their countries.”

The Oscar-winner wants her children to one day give back to their homelands.

“They have programs in their countries [for] each of them we’re starting. There’s a TB/AIDS clinic being built for Zahara; there’s a clinic already for Mad[dox]. So each of them will take that responsibility. They are from their country and they are of their country and they should know that, it’s part of their family, we are their family but so is their country.”

Law & Order: SVU star Mariska Hargitay and her husband Peter Hermann endured a long and emotionally challenging journey to finally reach their beautiful family of five and now, things couldn’t be better for the happy couple.

“They’re awesome and perfect,” the star said of sons August, 8, and Andrew, 3, and daughter Amaya, 3. “My heart just keeps getting bigger and bigger.”

The actress opened up to Ellen DeGeneres about her surprising second adoption.

Just months after bringing home daughter Amaya after an emotionally trying adoption process, the couple’s lawyer called them to let them know an agency had a newborn boy ready to be adopted as well.

“It was one of those things that we were not expecting at all and my husband and I looked at each other and have never been more sure about anything,” the actress tearfully recalls about their decision to bring home baby Andrew. “This has been a year of true blessings.”

Grey’s Anatomy star Katherine Heigl and her husband Josh Kelley adopted their daughter Naleigh from Korea when she was 10-months-old.

“[Adoption has] been a big part of my life and my family,” Katherine said. “My sister is Korean and my parents adopted her back in the 70s and so I just always knew that this is something I wanted to do.”

Katherine went on to talk about her now 5-year-old daughter.

“She is a special needs baby and because of that it all moved so much faster. They wanted to get her to us as quickly as possible.”

The couple went on to adopt a second daughter, Adalaide, domestically in April 2012. “She’s great! She’s a delicious, beautiful, wonderful child,” the Grey’s Anatomy alum gushed of her new daughter.

A Look At 13 Hollywood Adoptions
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