Jennifer AnistonIt seems it's time to set the record straight: Jennifer Aniston is in no way a failed actress. The latest swipe at the state of Aniston's career comes from Rupert Everett, who while discussing how film executives favor certain actors and continue to employ them despite repeated box office failure, told BBC Radio, "OK, something will go wrong, like Jennifer Aniston will have one too many total flops, but she's still a member of that club. And she will still manage to ... like a star forming in the universe, things will swirl around her and it will suddenly solidify into another vital tasteless rom-com, a little glitter next to the Crab Nebula."

That's some statement from the star of 'The Next Best Thing,' which grossed just $15 million domestically on a budget of $25 million. But the thing is, while many of her more recent films haven't exactly lit up the box office, Aniston hasn't had a true "flop" (that is, a film that hasn't recouped its cost) in nearly a decade. The same cannot be said for Everett or, well, the majority of Hollywood stars these days. While she's not tossing out mega-hits Will Smith-style, Aniston may well be among the more reliable performers in Tinseltown.