All Aniston All the Time: Jennifer Aniston has a lot of friends in Hollywood. According to Variety, she is set to star, with Paul Rudd, in Judd Apatow's comedy 'WanderLust.' The film, which Rudd will write and produce (along with Apatow), centers on a couple who lose all their money and take refuge in a commune. David Wain, who directed Rudd in 'Role Models,' will direct for Universal ... The Hollywood Reporter reports that Aniston is in talks to join New Line's comedy 'Horrible Bosses,' a black comedy about three friends -- frustrated employees -- who decide to murder their bosses -- but with with disastrous results. Also in talks for the film, which the studio hopes to begin shooting this summer, are Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Colin Farrell. All Aniston All the Time: Jennifer Aniston has a lot of friends in Hollywood. According to Variety, she is set to star, with Paul Rudd, in Judd Apatow's comedy 'WanderLust.' The film, which Rudd will write and produce (along with Apatow), centers on a couple who lose all their money and take refuge in a commune. David Wain, who directed Rudd in 'Role Models,' will direct for Universal ... The Hollywood Reporter reports that Aniston is in talks to join New Line's comedy 'Horrible Bosses,' a black comedy about three friends -- frustrated employees -- who decide to murder their bosses -- but with with disastrous results. Also in talks for the film, which the studio hopes to begin shooting this summer, are Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Colin Farrell.

Hold that 'Tiger': Brad Pitt and Darren Aronofsky are teaming up on a nature-fights-back adventure thriller that scribe Guillermo Arriaga will adapt from the forthcoming nonfiction book 'The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival.' According to Variety, the story "takes place on the Siberian plain, where human development is encroaching on the tigers' habitat -- and one tiger turns on the intruders. With townspeople being tracked and hunted with an almost supernatural power, a conservationist game warden must face down the tiger." The project, which has been set up at Universal's Focus Features, would be a potential starring vehicle for Pitt. Pitt and Arriaga previously worked together on 2006's 'Babel,' which Arriaga wrote.

Faris' Number: 'Brothers and Sisters' star Dave Annable is in talks to take a role in the upcoming Anna Faris romantic comedy 'What's Your Number?' Faris stars as a woman -- whose magic number of affairs with men was supposed to be 20 -- who looks back on her past sex life in order to find out if she somehow overlooked Mr. Right. Directed by TV helmer Mark Mylod ('Entourage'), the film (based on Karyn Bosnak's book '20 Times a Lady') also stars Chris Evans, Zachary Quinto and Andy Samberg.