Los Angeles, Jul 1: A-list actress Jennifer Aniston arrived in a mini black sequenced Balenciaga to the premiere of her summer comedy, "Horrible Bosses," on Thursday.
Aniston plays Dr. Julia Harris D.D.S. - a dentist and who is always hot for her employees, making constant sexual advancements any opportunity she gets.
"What I enjoy most about her, I just love her freedom and her ability to just not have any boundaries whatsoever. That was a lot of fun," said Aniston.
The employee Dr. Harris is after is Dale Arbus, played by Charlie Day.
In one scene, Dr. Harris squirts Arbus with water in the crotch area.
"I can't speak to it outside of work, but at work she does great squirts," laughed Day at the premiere.
"Oh man, she is great and I was very lucky to get a chance to work with her. She was super sweet to me and I think you are really going to enjoy her in the movie."
"Horrible Bosses" follows three friends who are miserable at work because of their employers - one of which is a psycho, the other a man-eater and the third a complete jerk.
The friends become so fed up that they team up with ex-con Dean 'MF' Jones (Jamie Foxx), who decides to help them get rid of their bosses permanently.
Jason Bateman, who plays one of the friends, admits this movie is the funniest comedy he has ever worked on.
"It feels really current," explained Bateman. "The humor in it feels like the stuff that makes the people, that at least I hang out with, laugh. I mean, I might be out of touch, it really, really worked."
Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx's character sports a full scalp, neck and chest tattoo.
The idea for this art came from his sister Deidra Dixon who has served as his hair stylist for most of his latest films in the last five years.
"That was all my sister's doing," said Foxx. "She came up with that whole thing so it was really cool."
"They had talked about doing a Jheri curl wig or something like braids, which had already been done, so something different," he added.
Speaking of hair, Jennifer Aniston sported a new short bob at the Los Angeles premiere.
"It is much more comfortable. It is also a lot healthier. So that is key," said Aniston.
"Horrible Bosses," opens on July 8. AP