Husband and wife acting duo Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux share a love for the entertainment business, but when it comes to the world of gaming, they couldn’t be farther apart.
The Leftovers star shared his love for first-person shooter franchise Call of Duty during a visit to The Late Late Show with James Corden Thursday, throwing out Will Arnett as a fellow famous player. The “bros’ night,” as Theroux calls it, lets him join the Arrested Development actor online with others to take on players of all ages online.
As for Aniston, she doesn’t join in on the festivities. “She comes to my office and looks in the door and kinda goes, like, ‘You’re just sitting there laughing and howling and screaming,'” Theroux said. “She just sees blood going across the screen and she doesn’t understand that I’m actually having a bros’ night.”
Despite her lack of involvement, the former Friends star is supportive of her husband’s shooter fandom.
No word on whether Theroux and the rest of his group plan to pick up the recently announced Call of Duty: WWII, which hits November 3rd on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.