Jennifer Aniston remains hilariously noncommittal when the subject of having kids comes up.

Asked if playing a fake mom in We're the Millers had gotten her in the mood to become an actual mom or say "heck no" to kids, Aniston told E! News at the film's premiere last night in New York, "Little bit of both."

"My friends are the ones who make me say 'heck no!'" she laughed.

"Just that they get into trouble and they'll probably break your heart one day...just like boys," Aniston cracked. But then she paused for a second and added, "Yeah, but that's OK. Nothing wrong with a good child messing with your mind."

Surely her friends with kids can also attest to that.

Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux

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Meanwhile, Aniston also revealed that We're the Millers costar Jason Sudeikis got a little help from her fiancé, Justin Theroux, when it came time to pop the question to Olivia Wilde.

"Somebody helped him on the ring, in fact," Aniston played coy at first. "Not me, but my fiancé did...He just guided him in the right direction."

Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis

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Wilde said yes, so good job to everyone involved. Presumably Sudeikis paid for it and everything...

"I don't condone it, but I used to shoplift as a kid, so I got things I couldn't afford by taking them without paying for them," Sudeikis also admitted to E! News on the red carpet last night. "But I eventually got caught, though."

Way to turn your life around, buddy!

Asked if doing comedy with Aniston (make sure to watch the above clip to find out about her sordid history as a 7-year-old shoplifter) was easier because the two are friends, Sudeikis said that he and the Emmy winner have always had a good rapport.

"She's really good! And she is one of the best and [has] worked with the best, so that fact that she was willing to do the movie with me..."

Sounds like Sudeikis is a guy who's earning his good fortune these days.

For more scoop straight from the red carpet, tune into E! News weekdays at 7 p.m. & 11:30 p.m.

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