Jennifer Aniston at 'Wanderlust' Premier: Debuts Matching Rings with Theroux

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux hit the red carpet for the premiere of "Wanderlust" wearing matching name rings on their marriage fingers.

Despite their decision to be photographed alone, Aniston and Theroux were photographed recently wearing matching gold rings at a red carpet event for "Wanderlust," the movie where they first met.

The photographs are likely to start yet another slew of rumors about the actress becoming engaged. Although rumor has it that the two fell in love on set, Theroux confirmed that wasn't true to Extra host Renee Bargh. "I didn't get her out of the film. I got her after the film," Theroux said.

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He mentioned talk of rumors regarding them falling in love on set and then decided to set the record straight. "That's what everyone loves to think, but no. You are getting the scoop. No, we were friends before and during the filming of the movie."

Theroux also told New York Magazine that he wouldn't be giving much insight into his relationship with Aniston. "I understand the curiosity," he said. "But other than saying I am happy, I am not going to indulge it."

Aniston recently celebrated her 43rd birthday with Theroux. A source reported to Us Magazine that the event was low key, although the couple had good chemistry. "Every once in awhile, Justin would come up from behind and give her a big hug and kiss. They would embrace and whisper to each other for a minute but then go back to socializing. She seemed very relaxed," the source said.

For the premiere, Aniston showed up in a black and white Tom Ford dress. But what was most catching was not her dress, but rather her golden ring. The very same style of ring was found photographed on Theroux. Both wore the rings on the same finger where an engagement ring might go.

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