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Jennifer Aniston would love to have the chance to work with director Judd Apatow, but without having Apatow's wife, Leslie Mann, being involved.
Radar Online reports how Aniston had a great time working with Apatow on the movie Wanderlust, which Apatow produced. However, Aniston is concerned that if she were to work with Apatow on a movie, he would cast his wife Mann to be involved as well. According to a source, "Jen longs to star in a comedy with her friend Elizabeth Banks, but a major stumbling block is that Judd might want Leslie to be in the movie, too." Mann has a reputation around Hollywood of being Apatow's "wife from hell." Mann has starred in many of Apatow's movies, including The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, and This Is 40.
The Hollywood Reporter reveals that during an interview with Alec Baldwin, Apatow discussed how he doesn't like to see Mann be in movies where she is being intimate with someone. Apatow states, "I’m always disgusted when she fools around with anyone."