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“Now we’re not allowed to do that”: While Will Smith-Chris Rock Saga Continues, Jennifer Aniston Sympathizes With Comedians Who Have to be Very Careful

The infamous Slapgate at the 2022 Oscars took place after comedian Chris Rock joked about Will Smith’s wife on stage. The offense taken at jokes is now addressed by the alum, Jennifer Aniston. The 54-year-old actress shared her thoughts on the issue while promoting her upcoming film The mystery-comedy is a sequel to the 2019 film which follows a couple on their Europe vacation, where they get entangled in the murder of an elderly billionaire.

Why Jennifer Aniston Thinks Comedy is Suffering?

is returning as Audrey Spitz alongside Adam Sandler in the sequel to the 2019 film The sequel follows the couple once again being at the center of an international investigation.

During her interview with AFP, the actress opened up about comedy’s state at present.

Aniston shared that she just wishes to laugh more without having to think over every single word. she said. The actress shared that these things have become over time, and people need to be with what they say.

And it has made things very hard, especially for comedians. Aniston further shared, She also shared how things were different a few years ago, and people were allowed to joke and laugh about things that many now find objectionable.

FRIENDS Star Highlights the Cultural Change Over the Years

Jennifer Aniston also talked about the cultural change over the years.

The actress shared that things were not taken so seriously back then. She shared, She further added how it helped in educating how can be, but they’re not allowed to do it anymore.

She also mentioned how many in the current audience of the popular sitcom are offended by things in the show. Aniston shared that people still need humor in their life, and people just can’t always be too serious. Her co-star Adam Sandler also pointed out the turn comedy films have taken.

He shared that earlier makers were given a budget for the film, and they would have to do whatever they could with that limited budget. However, the current scenario has changed as Reflecting on how appearance in comedy movies has become a preference, he said,

will release on March 31, 2023, on Netflix.


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