Jennifer Aniston Replaces Emma Roberts in We’re The Millers Franchise: Fears More Domestic Disputes and Wild Behavior?

Jennifer Aniston Replaces Emma Roberts in We're The Millers Franchise: Fears More Domestic Disputes and Wild Behavior?

According to a new report from the National Enquirer, Jennifer Aniston is fed up with We’re The Millers co-star Emma Roberts. It was previously reported that Emma had turned to Jennifer for help and advice following her arrest over her domestic dispute with boyfriend Evan Peters. However, this report claims that Jennifer is sick of Emma’s ‘hard partying‘.

A source explains, “Jen totally disapproves of Emma’s hard partying and public blowups. She’s even told Emma that unless she shapes up, she may not be invited back for a possible ‘Millers’ sequel. It’s sad because Jen’s been backing [Roberts’] career all the way. Jen’s an old pro, and the crazy headlines about Emma and her diva behavior just don’t sit well with her.”

The source also explains that because We’re The Millers was such a success, the studio might be looking at sequels and a possible comedy franchise in the vein of the Hangover films. However, the source does also say, “Jennifer’s not going to have her plans sidetracked by someone who’s not in control of their PR.” So according to this source, Jennifer doesn’t want to take any chances with Emma screwing up, leading this supposed franchise into jeopardy. However, if Emma’s that much of a liability, I think it would be fairly easy to replace her. Jennifer and Jason Sudeikis were the stars of that movie, not Emma or the other kid.

Regardless, despite the initial reports surrounding Emma’s and Evan’s fight, Emma has consciously stayed out of the news. While Emma does have a bit of a ‘wild child’ reputation among Hollywood circles, she’s seemed to rein that in recently, perhaps conscious of the effect it could have on her career.

What do you guys think about this? Do you think Jennifer’s worried about Emma? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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