“Horrible Bosses” decrees Jennifer Aniston “sexy”

A trailer for the new comedy sets out to change how we view America's most sympathetic single lady

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"Horrible Bosses" decrees Jennifer Aniston "sexy"Jennifer Aniston in "Horrible Bosses."

New Line Cinema released its trailer for “Horrible Bosses” today, bravely announcing to the world that actress and noted single lady Jennifer Aniston is, in fact, sexy. Aniston — who has had a consistent string of boyfriends including John Mayer, Vince Vaughn and Gerard Butler, but sadly hasn’t been able to snag a husband since she and Brad Pitt divorced in 2005 — is shown in the preview wearing black lingerie and sucking on phallic foodstuff.

The movie is a comedy, as evidenced by the fact that several characters refer to Aniston’s character as “hot,” when we all know that the only words we’re supposed to apply to Aniston are “charming,” “funny,” “a survivor,” “strong” and “without child.”

There are even rumors that Aniston might have a topless scene in the film! God bless you, “Horrible Bosses,” charitably allowing the former “Friends” star to be considered a sex object by horny men once more.

Drew Grant is a staff writer for Salon. Follow her on Twitter at @videodrew.

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