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In November 2001, seeking to round out their already illustrious careers, they also teamed up with the late talent agent Brad Grey to form Plan B Entertainment, which in recent years (with only Pitt remaining from the original trio) was behind Best Picture Oscar winners But are two sides to every story That emotional reckoning that Aniston said was occurring at the time sounds necessary and replenishing, but apparently Pitt wasn't feeling the benefits on his end."I spent the '90s trying to hide out, trying to duck the full celebrity cacophony.I started to get sick of myself sitting on a couch, holding a joint, hiding out.The last 13 years we've been in bizarro mode, spinning off course, and now the world can finally right itself., we even felt a twinge of possibility that Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow were still meant to be.) When Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt got together in 1998, everything was just great. Pitt was still in When their romance first blossomed in the spring of 1998, they bided their time before going public, denying reports when they were still in the getting-to-know-you phase and then taking pains not to be photographed together, even when they arrived at places in the same car.
The guests, even Cameron Diaz and the cast of , had to wear special pins to get past the guards at the private Malibu estate where they swapped vows at sunset overlooking the Pacific Ocean. "This has been the hardest year of my life, as well as the best year of my life," she said.
Aniston wore a beaded gown by Lawrence Steele and Pitt dressed in a Hedi Slimane tuxedo. They were just happy for me."Of course, once they got married, fulfilling everyone's endless hopes for them for a hot second, then came the baby talk. "Marriage brings up all the things I pushed to the back-burner—the fears, the mistrust, the doubts, the insecurities. Every question comes out—it's like: 'Here's the key, have at it!
They released one official, black-and-white photo of themselves on their wedding day for all of the world to fawn over."I had those typical jitters the day before my wedding," Aniston recalled to in September 2001, "but the day of, I was just excited in a good way. '"She even cut her hair in October 2000, she said, "to relieve me of the bondage of self" (meanwhile, probably a million women got lobs in response) and then couldn't wait for it to grow back.
The nice thing about weddings now is it's not just a chick thing. The stereotype used to be men grumbling, like, 'Why are you making me do this? Aniston and Pitt were trying their hand at "complete honesty" with another person, and she had found that they had respective issues to work through, which they were doing together."We've had this healing process with each other, or deconstructing these ideals of ourselves to get rid of that piece of s--t feeling we carry in ourselves," she explained to .
in 2007 that she and Pitt remained "very, very good friends" until after he was separated.
After living through almost an entire year being burned by headlines that their breakup was imminent, Aniston and Pitt went to Anguilla for New Year's for what turned into their last beachside hurrah, a seeming show of tabloid defiance that's only remembered now for how anachronistic it was.
A., ' 100th episode party that fall, Acapulco for Valentine's Day in 1999 and Jen's 30th birthday. It was really fun.""Jennifer's a lot more peaceful now, like a woman who's in a good relationship," Lisa Kudrow told (which noted a framed photo of Pitt in silhouette sitting in Aniston's L. home office, and then a relaxed, laughing Pitt on her coffee table) in March 1999.
Aniston would tell Diane Sawyer years later that they both knew, "on our first date" (set up by matchmaking agents), that they would be a thing. "There's not a lot to say about them because there's no problems. You know how your grandparents have a certain perspective about life? I'm not withholding, just preserving something that's mine." As for those who speculated the actors were trying to drum up publicity by issuing denials and playing coy, she denied ."It's not that at all. They figure, 'People know you're together, so why not give the press their picture and be done with it? My responsibility to the public is my work—not what goes on in my private life.
They've got that now."Asked what attracted her to Pitt, Aniston told the magazine, "Oh, I hate this! To talk about a relationship trivializes something that's nobody's business.
When it comes to privacy issues, it's a tough one, because I'm a talker."What she would admit is this: "I'll just tell you that this is the happiest time of my life—that I'm happier than I've ever been.
I'm not saying why, it's for a lot of reasons: work, love, family, just life—all of it."Sooner rather than later, however, they gave the public what it wanted, and then some.