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Jennifer Aniston’ new film “The Switch” has bombed at the box office!

The flick — which also stars Jason Bateman — landed at eighth place in its debut weekend, grossing just $8.1 million, Entertainment Weekly reports.

The Switch was bested by Twilight spoof Vampires Suck (#2, $12.2 million) Bow Wow’s Lottery Ticket (#4 with $11 million) and Piranha 3-D (#6, $10 million). Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables took the top spot at $16.5 million, with Julia Roberts‘ Eat, Pray Love landing at #4 in its second week.

Aniston’s March action comedy Bounty Hunter fared better — the movie, which also starred Gerard Butler — grossed $20 million in its first weekend, and nearly $70 million overall.

Jen’s 2009 movie, Love Happens with Aaron Eckhart, grossed just $22.9 million in the US.

Her other 2009 offering, Management with Steve Zahn, grossed a pathetic $935,000.

So it looks like Brad Pitt’s ex-wife should give up on the movies… which is what everyone was saying back in April!

“Aniston just can’t play the good friend anymore. She’s aged out, no matter the yoga and the highlights. She just can’t do America’s sweetheart next door. She needs a big wake-up call,” one film critic who didn’t want to be named said earlier this year.

“And as for her taste in men, it’s totally off. John Mayer? Gerard Butler? She’s missing a common-sense gene.

“It’s hard for any TV stars to make the transition to movies.

“Certainly no one else from Friends made it.”




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