On the heels of her recent spat with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, star Jennifer Aniston was on hand Monday to back her latest vehicle, “The Switch,” which preemed at the ArcLight Hollywood. Not surprisingly, O’Reilly was nowhere to be found.
And while Aniston wouldn’t provide comment at the Delphine Brasserie W Hotel after-party, the actress was certainly among friends, with the film’s co-director Josh Gordon praising Aniston for her stance on Disney/Miramax’s sperm donor-themed pic.
“I think Jen said it very well in her statement,” Gordon said of the Bill’O contretemps. Artificial insemination is “not preferable, but it’s an option. People ultimately find their own energy and friendships that make up a family.”
Leading men Jason Bateman and Patrick Wilson also showed up to support the film, along with Juliette Lewis, who described her character as the “supportive, kind of bohemian friend to Jennifer Aniston.”
Still, the newly blue Lewis admitted she wouldn’t likely go the same route as Aniston’s character.
“The only time I’ve ever thought about having children was when I was married or when I was in love,” Lewis said. “But it’s still an interesting route to take.”