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Arts and Entertainment

Yes, They Still Do Celeb Hand and Foot Prints at the Chinese Theatre. Unfortunately Today It's Jennifer Aniston's.

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Fine, we're hatin' a little. Still, doesn't it seem like the perpetually perky but loser in love Jennifer Aniston makes only dud films lately? In advance of the debut of her latest (which, admittedly could be pretty funny) flick, "Horrible Bosses," the woman for whom we can thank for the "Rachel" haircut got her hands and feet dirty outside the famed Grauman's Chinese Theatre today.

"An Emmy winner for her iconic sitcom "Friends" and a movie star for over a decade now, this is one of a number of career honors for her of late," notes the Huffington Post of the 42-year-old actress and Sherman Oaks native.

More honors for Aniston will follow; she appears on "Inside the Actor's Studio" on Monday, and, granted a little further down the line, will get her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next June.

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