November 11, 2008 / 11:44 PM / 9 years ago

Jennifer Aniston on Angelina Jolie: "really uncool"

<p>Actor Jennifer Aniston smiles during an interview at the screening of 'Management' at the 33rd Toronto International Film Festival, September 7, 2008. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese</p>

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - In the three years since Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston ended their Hollywood marriage, Aniston has barely said a word about the break-up and the woman who stole Pitt’s heart, Angelina Jolie.

But in an interview for the December issue of Vogue magazine, Aniston finally talks about the split and the Oscar-winning actress who is now Pitt’s companion, saying the way Jolie revealed details of her relationship with “Ocean’s Eleven” star was “really uncool.”

Aniston, 39, told Vogue Jolie should not have given a detailed account of how her relationship with Pitt developed on the set of the 2005 movie “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” when Aniston and Pitt were still together. Those details were revealed in Jolie’s 2007 interview with Vogue.

“There was stuff printed there that was definitely from a time when I was unaware that it was happening,” Aniston said.

“That stuff about how she couldn’t wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool,” said Aniston.

Aniston and Pitt finalized their divorce in August 2005 after announcing their separation in January that year.

Pitt and Jolie now have three biological children and three adopted children, and are involved in humanitarian causes. They have emerged as one of Hollywood’s most influential couples.

Aniston also has a lot of clout in Hollywood. She starred in the hit former television sitcom “Friends,” and in 2002 won an Emmy for her role in the show.

She has also starred in movies including “Friends with Money” and the upcoming “Marley and Me.”

In the Vogue interview, Aniston says she still talks to Pitt and occasionally the two exchange “very kind hellos and wishing you wells.”

“I have nothing but admiration for him and ... I‘m proud of him!,” Aniston said, adding the divorce “never was that bad.”

“I mean, in the end, we really had an amicable split. It wasn’t mean and hateful and all of this stuff they tried to create. ... It just didn’t happen. The marriage didn’t work out.”

Reporting by Alex Dobuzinskis: editing by Bob Tourtellotte and Todd Eastham

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