Jennifer Aniston to play drug-smuggling prostitute?

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  • Updated: Apr 13, 2012 19:33 IST
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And now the actor is singing on for her raciest role yet - a hooker turned drug smuggler in an upcoming movie.

According to Deadline, Aniston is interested in joining the cast of We’re the Millers, a movie about a pot dealer who hires a fake wife and kids to pose as his family, as he drives an RV filled with marijuana across the country.

The 43-year-old is looking to play the matriarch in this faux family, who happens to be a prostitute, the New York Post reported.

If the FRIENDS star decides to sign on for the role, she’ll be starring opposite Jason Sudeikis, her Horrible Bosses co-star, who’s reported to be close to signing on as the male lead.

The movie is to be directed by Rawson Thurber (“Dodgeball”), and will be written by “Wedding Crasher” scribes Ben Fisher and Steve Faber.


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