Jennifer Aniston Jealous of Angelina Jolie's 'Maleficent's' Sucess, Reports

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By Sonalee singh | June 3, 2014 5:55 PM EST

Jennifer Aniston is reportedly jealous of Angelina's Jolie's film "Maleficent's" success. According to reports by Celebrity Laundry, Aniston is unhappy with the way film is doing at the box office.

"She's jealous of the way Angelina's career has gone, and wishes she could open films to the same kind of numbers. Of course, she's also jealous of the global fame and adoration that's followed Angelina since she got together with Brad, and she thinks that she might have had a similar career and following if Brad had stayed with her," a source revealed to Celebrity Laundry.

"Maleficent" has proved Jolie's biggest success yet. The film has opened to $70 million at home and to $170 million at the international box office.  The film has turned out to be a bigger success than her action film "The Wanted" and her film with beau Brad Pitt "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."

On the other hand a film of Aniston, which has proved the biggest success till now, is "Bruce Almighty."

Meanwhile, Aniston and Jolie are also reported to come face to face at George Clooney's wedding. The legendary actor wants to invite all his close friends at his wedding including Jolie, Pitt and Aniston, reported Malay Mail.

Since her split from Brad Pitt, Aniston has always tried not to face him or his now partner Angelina Jolie.

"Brad and Jen's publicists have worked really hard to avoid awkward run-ins over the years, but now they're figuring out the best way to stage manage George's wedding," MalayMail Online quoted a source from British magazine Heat, adding, "George is close to Jen and Justin [Theroux, her fiancé] and spent New Year with them in Mexico. He thinks it's about time Jen just does the inevitable and sees Brad and Ange face-to-face."

It will be interesting to see if Jennifer Aniston comes face to face with Angelina Jolie especially after she is reported to be jealous of "Maleficent's" success.

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