Jennifer Aniston nude photos from the much anticipated scene from the 'Break Up' have splashed online despite legal threats from Jen's attorneys. At the time the movie was being filmed Jen said that she didn't panic over the scene although she admits it was the one of the few times she ever watched the dailies. "Luckily I had been hitting the gym before that already," said Aniston. "No, you don't panic about your physical shape. You panic that you just need to be naked, period."
And just for the record, it's all Aniston in the film. She didn't use a body double. "No, I definitely didn't. The problem is because the way it was shot, it was so specifically me. They wanted to make it a tricky camera so you saw the face and then you go to the back. It was hard to cut, unless you did it. You don't want to do a butt double really. That's iffy."
Now the photos are making the rounds on the Internet. The photos appear to be scanned from French magazine Choc. She looks absolutely fabulous in the film and even though the images are a bit blurry, she also looks great on the cover of the magazine.
Jossip had reported earlier that Lavely & Singer — the Los Angeles power law firm that plays guardian to folks like Colin Farrell — is getting in touch with publications who might be interested in publishing a "nude or partially nude" photo of Jennifer Aniston that was, supposedly, unlawfully appropriated from footage shot for The Break Up, co-starring real-life fictional romance Vince Vaughn.
The preemptive cease and desist goes on to say that should you be in possession of any of said photos, you must return them to NBC Universal.
Egotastic has the scans here