Transcript for Jennifer Aniston on Her New Movie, Keeping Her Wedding a Secret
George, let's talk about Jennifer aniston. She's speaking out for the very first time since her surprise wedding to Justin Theroux and the new bride has a new movie coming out as well called "She's funny that way" with actress Kathryn Hahn. ABC's nick watt got to sit down with both of them. Reporter: Jennifer aniston has a new movie out this week. She's funny that way and, of course, the famously private aniston is also a newlywed. Just made an honest man of Justin Theroux. Time for the elephant in the room, Jennifer. What? Reporter: Congratulations. Thank you very much. Reporter: How did you pang to keep it a secret? Where there is a will, there is a way. Reporter: Gsts were told they were coming to Justin's birthday party. And it was. To be fair. No lie. That's true. Reporter: More on the wedding later. Back to the movie. You remember originally going to be the wife. I was. I just really wanted to play this other weird part. I don't know why. Reporter: Aniston plays beautifully the most unsympathetic shrink to ever draw breath and suggested her friend Kathryn Hahn play the wife to Owen Wilson's philandering theater director in this screwball infidelity-laden comedy. This struck me as not necessarily his type of film. I wonder because I remember -- he's so good in "Midnight in Paris." Reporter: I'll scratch that. Wes Anderson world and dips into all sorts of kinds of genres. Listen, do your homework. Reporter: Bad question. Let's just move out. That will all be cut out. Reporter: The movie directed by ledge industry ascot wearing peter Bogdanovich. Sex, sex, sex. Screwball comedy, you don't usually see it. Reporter: Both ladies in black for last night's L.A. Premiere of the movie that sports cameos from everyone from Sybil shepherd to Quentin Tarantino to a guy that works here at the sunset tower hotel in L.A. Back to the wedding. It's actually the two of us that are married. Reporter: That's very secret. That was a big surprise. Wait till people find out about that. Deliriously happy. Yes. Oh, my gosh. What if she was like, eh. Reporter: She's deliriously happy. That's all any of us need to know. For "Good morning America," nick
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