Jennifer Aniston worries she's losing Gerard Butler now that their movie's done.
Jennifer Aniston tells the October issue of Harper's Bazaar that she's still a romantic, despite having her heart broken, and that she still believes in love. Also, the Easter Bunny! Jen says it's important to her to have closure in a relationship—ahem. "You should always have a sense of clarity at the end and know why it began and why it ended. You need that in your life to move cleanly into your next phase," she says.
The Bazaar cover story doesn't mention if Jen got that all-important closure in her on-set fling with her The Bounty costar Gerard Butler. They were cozy while shooting the film, but now that it's ended, paparazzi have snapped Gerard ogling swimsuit models. (To be fair, that's kind of a side effect of being a heterosexual male in New York during Fashion Week.) The New York Post reported that he left the city on Saturday for points unknown, and Jen is left with doubts about the future of their relationship. How To Make Long-Distance Love Work
From The Bounty, Jen is going to work on The Goree Girls, a film about singing prison inmates, which she tells Bazaar has her hoping to move away from romantic comedies like her fall film, Love Happens, with Aaron Eckhart. "I'm always looking for good work," she says, "you know, dramatic, comedic, whatever it is. Sometimes things come along at the perfect time and it's sort of fate." And about the singing, which we're not sure we've ever seen her do? "I like to stretch myself," Jen said. "And I can carry a tune."
Via Celebitchy. Photo via Bauer-Griffin.