Justin Theroux is one of the most famous actors in Hollywood. While he’s acted in movies such as Mulholland Drive & the HBO hit-series The Leftovers, that’s not all he’s known for. When the actor had just started dating Jennifer Aniston, he had become famous for it.

Jason Bateman came to his rescue and offered him some advice on dating Jennifer Aniston. While giving an appearance on the Sunday Today with Willie Geist, Justin said that:

Jason Bateman actually once gave me one of the most sage pieces of advice ever when all that was kind of going on. [Jason] said, ‘Look, in that side of the entertainment industry, a character is about to be born and that character is you, but it’s not you. ’That character is, you know, angry, that character has got a problem, that character is, you know, sweet. It’s just this little soap opera that gets written in the margins. And he said, ‘And so my advice is, don’t follow that guy’s story line.’

Theroux, who has been a part of Mulholland Drive and Charlie’s Angels, started seeing Aniston in 2011. The couple went 7 years strong. They tied the knot in 2015, after which they separate with mutual consent in 2018 after releasing a joint statement through US Weekly.

In an effort to reduce any further speculation, we have decided to announce our separation. This decision was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year. We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship.

Jason Bateman has been a strong friend to Jennifer Aniston. The two have worked together in movies such as The SwitchHorrible Bosses and Office Christmas Party. Check out the interview down below & let us know what you think down below in the comments.


Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish is a freelance writer and correspondent who has been covering celebrity news, pop culture and entertainment for over 4 years. He has experience writing for various media outlets and continues to be passionate about bringing the latest news and insights to readers.

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