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Jennifer Aniston & Jason Sudeikis Interview

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We're the Millers is tipped to be the family-comedy-with-added-swearing hit of the summer, with Saturday Night Live star Jason Sudeikis starring as a small time drug dealer and the none-more-A-list Jennifer Aniston playing a stripper. Events conspire to force the two - alongside British star Will Poulter and Emma Roberts - to play happy families on a dangerous roadtrip.

We caught up with Jennifer and Jason where we discovered their ability to lie, their annoying habits, and almost certainly a world exclusive revelation about a certain singer Aniston used to live with.

We're The Millers is in cinemas now

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