Jennifer Aniston dined out with friends in Los Angeles on Friday night, May 24, after RadarOnline.com exclusively revealed that she's planning to write a tell-all autobiography.
The former Friends star, who recently got feted by other A-listers at her 50th birthday party, is always up for a meal with pals but showed up at a low-key restaurant this time.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Aniston is preparing to dish about her life in a juicy memoir, a source said.
Aniston is "in deep talks"
to pen her own blockbuster memoir after getting wind of friend Demi Moore's book deal.
Should her ex-husband Brad Pitt, who famously left her for Angelina Jolie, be worried?
The actor, 55, laughed off a recent question about whether he would reconcile with Aniston after he split from Jolie, 43.
A photographer asked Brad Pitt on May 3 about whether he and Jen were going to date again.
Pitt, who was out and about in Los Angeles, said "Oh my god" with a laugh and smile before adding, "Alright, have a good one!"
But he and Aniston appear at the very least to be friendly again as he had showed up for her epic 50th birthday party in February in L.A.
Scroll through RadarOnline.com's gallery for more on Aniston's night out and her plan to reveal her life, warts and all.
Aniston ventured out on an unseasonable nippy night in L.A. She was meeting friends for dinner.
The star looked great as she stepped out of her vehicle.
Aniston, who was recently shooting her TV comeback, the Apple series The Morning Show with pal Reese Witherspoon in New York, has returned to her home in L.A.
The actress spent two hours inside the restaurant with her friends on Friday evening.
Big Book Plans
A source told RadarOnline.com about Aniston writing a memoir, "Jen is at a moment in her life where she has time to sit down and write."
"She has a lot she wants to get out there, the struggles she went through early in her career, what she really thought about Friends, her many romances, her marriages," the insider told RadarOnline.com about Aniston's planned autobiography.
Aniston has taken a page from pal Demi Moore writing a book. Both Aniston and Moore, 56, have the same business team and are pushing the narrative that "nothing will be off limits" in their books, the insider said.
The source told RadarOnline.com that Aniston is "going to wait a reasonable amount of time after Demi's book is published and then she's going to pull the trigger." Aniston wants to "set the record straight" about various aspects of her life which may or may not include details of her divorce, trouble with her mother Nancy and her tumultuous relationship with ex-husband Pitt.