Jennifer Aniston spends time with fans on red carpet for Horrible Bosses 2

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Jennifer Aniston wowed the crowds in London on Tuesday at the world premiere of Horrible Bosses 2. Wearing a stunning black-and-red gown with a thigh high split, tall stilettos accessorised the look while Jennifer kept her jewellery simple with a bangle and her gorgeous engagement ring.

"I love being in London, thank you for having me," Jennifer told red carpet host Edith Bowman.

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When asked why she wanted to return to her chracter of Dr. Julia in Horrible Bosses 2, Jennifer revealed: "The first one was so much fun and I didn't get enough of her, it was too quick.

"It was fun to go back and mine a little more of Dr Julia."

Jennifer then took the time to meet fans and take pictures with many of them.

Also starring Charlie Day, Jason Sudekis, and Jason Bateman, the film follows the three male leads who decide to kidnap the son of a new business investor, after the businessman appears to ruin their deal.


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Jennifer continued: "Amongst these actors, especially with t he three boys, the scenes lend themselves to great improvisation.

"On a couple of takes we were allowed to go crazy and let our twisted minds take over."

Recent reports have suggested that Jennifer is generating Oscar buzz this week for her raw performance in upcoming film, Cake.

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Critics are touting Jen for a possible best actress nomination for her work in the indie flick, in which she stars as a woman suffering from chronic pain and addiction issues.

The 45-year-old actress has already received rave reviews at the Toronto Film Festival, where the cast were given a standing ovation, apparently reducing Jen to tears.

According to reports, the film will hit cinemas for one week in December in order to qualify for Academy Awards consideration, with a wider release date set for January 2015.

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