Jennifer Aniston a 'Diva' on Set of New Film? Cast Complains

Jennifer Aniston is not making any "friends" on the set of her new movie. Cast members have allegedly complained that the high-profile star is acting like a diva and avoiding spending any time with them.

"Every day at lunch the entire cast and crew head to a cafeteria facility where they all sit down and eat lunch together for well over an hour. But the only person who doesn't eat with everyone else is Jen. She quickly grabs a lunch to go and leaves," an insider on the set told Radar Online.

"All the actors ride in normal production vans when they head to lunch, but Jen has her own luxury SUV. And not only is Jen's private trailer miles away from the set, but she heads all the way back there each day to eat her lunch away from everyone else," the source added.

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Aniston, however, has worked with casts before and never had any trouble. Her last film, "Wanderlust," featured other high-profile actors including Paul Rudd; Aniston was not criticized or labeled a "diva" on the set of that film. She has also worked with other actors and not had any problems reported.

She, of course, found her fame working with an ensemble cast on "Friends" for 10 years. Aniston and all the other actors not only worked together, they stood together during a battle over their salaries and threatened to quit the series.

Numerous people have come to the actress' defense, saying that she simply wants some time to herself and a break from the stress of work.

"She's there to do a job, not socialize," DAZ posted on Daily Mail's website. "How many times do you think she's heard, 'Oh I loved you on Friends' or 'Can I take a picture with you' during her down time? Give her space."

The unnamed film by Elmore Leonard is being filmed in Connecticut, on the opposite coast Aniston and her fiancé Justin Theroux call home.

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