Jennifer Aniston Emphasizes Curves in Skintight Satin Dress at Premiere

Celebrity Style Aug. 2, 2013 AT 9:15AM
Jennifer Aniston attends the "We're The Millers" New York Premiere
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No LBD for Jennifer Aniston this time. At the Thursday, August 1 premiere of We're the Millers in NYC, the actress, 44, wore regally-hued purple satin dress by Burberry. While ankle-length, the skintight, body-hugging number still managed to showcase Aniston's world-famous body, looking a bit curvier and more voluptuous than usual.

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Aniston wears next-to-nothing during choice scenes in the comedy costarring Jason Sudeikis and Emma Roberts. Playing a stripper masquerading as a happy wife (all part of a drug smuggling scheme), Aniston's character showcases her pole-dancing talents and impressive body in one talked-about scene.

Jennifer Aniston attends the
Jennifer Aniston attends the "We're The Millers" New York Premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on August 1, 2013
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Her director, Rawson Marshall Thurber, was impressed, he told Us Weekly at the premiere. "Jen got in great shape and she worked real hard with a fantastic choreographer named Denise Fay and she absolutely crushed it and we just photographed it," he said.

Aniston, who hit the after party with fiance Justin Theroux is "fantastic" to work with, Thurber gushed. "I think never she got the credit that she deserved not only as an actress, but as a comedian. She's so funny. You can't coach that," he said.

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"She's the nicest. She’' shockingly normal, which is bizarre because of her life and what she has to deal with. That's the one thing that’s surprising to me -- how down to earth and nice she is."

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