Imagine the selfie possibilities!
The cast and crew of Mother's Day are hard at work in the Atlanta area, and on Wednesday, Kate Hudson snapped a selfie with none other than Jennifer Aniston. "Day 1: Who's that gorgeous lady peekin over my shoulder #SuchFun #GirlsAtWork #MothersDayMovie," Hudson wrote in the Instagram caption.
The 36-year-old actress added, "#LetsConvinceJenToGetOnInstagram."
Hudson's efforts were admirable, but it's unlikely Aniston will get an account of her very own. In May, she took over Living Proof's Instagram account for a day but later said it was not an enjoyable experience. "I was so stressed out, sweating bullets," the 46-year-old actress told People. "It was too much pressure."
Aniston said she is also worried about the effect social media is having on today's youth. "Kids aren't speaking to each other anymore," she said of her issue with technology. "I was with friends of ours from Vermont and their two kids don't have an iPhone or an iPad. They were 9 and 12 and were the most interesting young adults. Seeing other kids on their [cell phones] all the time, it makes me sad."
(Here's hoping Hudson can change Aniston's mind.)
Aniston is too focused on filming to worry about Instagram, anyway.
The star-studded Mother's Day cast also includes Ella Anderson, Loni Love, Aasif Mandvi, Timothy Olyphant, Julia Roberts, Britt Robertson, Jason Sudeikis and Jack Whitehall. Aniston was photographed shooting scenes with Pretty Little Liars' Shay Mitchell Tuesday, though their characters did not appear to interact. Directed by Garry Marshall (who similarly helmed Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve) and written by Tom Hines, Lily Hollander, Anya Kochoff-Romano and Matt Walker, the Open Road Films production hit theaters on Apr. 29, 2016.
Marshall's comedy-drama is not to be confused with director Paul Duddridge's indie Mother's Day. The drama stars Paul Adelstein, Eva Amurri Martino, Christina Ricci, Roselyn Sánchez, Susan Sarandon, Sharon Stone and Paul Wesley, as well as two of Aniston's best friends, Courteney Cox and Laura Dern.