Aniston upstaged by dogs that worked in new film
New Delhi, Mar 4 (ANI): Jennifer Aniston has revealed that she never knew that she would be upstaged by the dogs that worked with her in her new movie 'Marley and Me'.
The former 'Friends' star has confessed that she and co-star often had to struggle to steal the limelight from their canine co-stars while shooting for the film.
In the film, 22 different Golden Labradors played the character of Marley, reports the China Daily.
Joking about the dogs at the UK premiere of the film in London's Leicester Square, the 40-year-old actress said: "They didn't warn us about that. Those dogs in the movie were really good!"
Wilson, on the other hand, laughingly revealed that the dogs didn't always behave themselves during filming.
He said: "There was one scene where one of the Labradors kind of lifted his leg and he wasn't supposed to."
In fact, the actor's own pet Garcia has done a cameo in the movie.
The 'Wedding Crashers' star insisted that he and Jennifer enjoyed working with the loveable animals because they were both dog owners.
He said: "I had a real soft spot for Copper, who was a 25-year-old Labrador. But they all did great."
Based on the best-selling autobiographical book by John Grogan, 'Marley and Me' traces the story of a young married couple who end up buying a puppy which they soon realise is the "world's worst dog". (ANI)