Jennifer Aniston Calls Angelina Jolie's 2007 Remarks About Working With Brad Pitt 'Uncool'

Jennifer Aniston on the cover of Vogue, December 2008 Jennifer Aniston on the cover of Vogue, December 2008

Jennifer Aniston is sounding off about her ex-husband’s current partner, Angelina Jolie.

In a new cover story for Vogue magazine, conducted by writer Jonathan Van Meter, Jennifer said Angelina’s interview with the fashion magazine in January 2007, in which the “Changeling” star revealed details about the start of her romance with Brad Pitt, was tough to read.

“There was stuff printed there that was definitely from a time when I was unaware that it was happening,” Aniston said in her new interview, which will appear in Vogue’s December 2008 issue. “I felt those details were a little inappropriate to discuss.”

In the original January ’07 article Jennifer was referring to, Angelina told Vogue that it was clear Brad was “with his best friend, someone he loves and respects.” But, Angelina’s comments about the excitement she felt going to work on the set of “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” where she met Brad, were stinging.

“That stuff about how she couldn’t wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool,” Jennifer said.

But while Angelina’s remarks were hurtful, Jennifer said her split with Brad was not as rough as people might have thought.

“It was never that bad,” she said. “I mean, look, it’s not like divorce is something that you go, ‘Ooh, I can’t wait to get divorced!’ It doesn’t feel like a tickle. But I’ve got to tell you, it’s so vague at this point, it’s so far away in my mind, I can’t even remember the darkness.”

And Jennifer’s light continues to shine with her upcoming roles in “Marley & Me” and “He’s Just Not Into You,” and with her rumored rekindled romance with John Mayer.

“I deeply, deeply care about him; we talk, we adore one another,” Jennifer said of the musician. “And that’s where it is.”

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