Jennifer Aniston plays a stripper in the new, racy stoner comedy film "We're The Millers," in which she also reunites her with her "Horrible Bosses" co-star Jason Sudeikis.
Sudeikis, 37, plays a pot dealer who hires the actress' character to play his fake wife and a homeless teenager girl (Emma Roberts) and his neighbor, a nerdy British boy (Will Poulter), to play their two children to accompany him as he tries to smuggle weed -- enough to "kill Willie Nelson" -- across the Mexico border to the United States.
In a new trailer for "We're The Millers," Aniston, 44, showcases several stripper looks -- in one scene, she wears a long, platinum blonde wig and black strapless lingerie -- complete with a cutout-style thong, while in another, she dances in a revealing, lace beige-colored bra and hip-hugger underwear in another. (Watch the trailer HERE - warning: NSFW, contains explicit and sexual content)
Aniston and Sudeikis starred together in the 2011 comedy film "Horrible Bosses," which also famously saw the actress, who played a dentist with questionable techniques, stripping down to reveal sexy lingerie. The two also appeared in the 2010 movie "The Bounty Hunter" with Gerard Butler.
Other actors who star in "We're The Millers" include Ed Helms, Molly C. Quinn of the ABC show "Castle," Nick Offerman of the NBC comedy "Parks and Recreation," Kathryn Hahn of the movie "Step Brothers" and Tait Fletcher of AMC's "Breaking Bad."
"We're The Millers" is directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, who helmed the 2004 comedy movie "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story," and its primary screenwriters are Bob Fisher and Steve Haber, who wrote the 2005 hit "Wedding Crashers." The movie is set for release on Aug. 9.