Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux help honor Ben Stiller at 26th American Cinematheque

By Gina DiFalco,

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux put their happiness on display on Thursday night at an event that served as a tribute to Ben Stiller.

The engaged couple attended the 26th American Cinematheque at the Beverly Hilton, which honored Aniston’s Along Came Polly co-star, Stiller.

Other stars who helped pay tribute to Stiller were Will Ferrell and Jack Black who were there in person, and Tom Cruise, Judd Apatow, William Shatner and Conan O'Brien, who appeared in video clips.

According to People, Theroux is a longtime writing collaborator with Stiller, and he introduced a video clip starring Cruise, Owen Wilson, Robert Downey Jr., Al Pacino and Noah Baumbach. In it, he chased down his fiancé for an interview, who denies it and says she will be there in person to pay tribute to Stiller.

Just then, she appeared on stage to introduce another video to honor Stiller.

“His package is surprisingly large," she joked, E! Online reports. "Very expansive, and its lasting power speaks for itself."

Stiller also joked about being honored, saying, "I'm dreading it! It’s going to be horrific, I'm sure. But it should be, hopefully, fun horrific. It’s really nice to be asked to be honored like this. It’s kind of bizarre. I feel grateful but also unworthy of the whole thing."



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