EW has learned the Horrible Bosses actress is in negotiations to star in an untitled R-rated suburban parenting comedy. Sophie Goodhart, who wrote and directed My Blind Brother starring Adam Scott and Nick Kroll, wrote the script for the upcoming film and will also direct.
Aniston will star as one half of a busy suburban couple who take extreme measures to recapture the careless days of their youth.
STX had a big hit with Bad Moms ($113 million domestic) and is looking to keep the good times going with not just a sequel to the 2016 pic, which it will release later this year, but with this project, which follows in the adults or parents behaving badly vein.
Matt Schwartz and Douglas Banker will be exec producers, and Sam Brown is overseeing for the studio along with STX's Drew Simon and Jeannette Francis.
Jennifer Aniston is best known for playing the role of Rachel Green on the TV series Friends from 1994-2004, for which she won a Primetime Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award. The film also starred Jenny Slate. Goodhart is repped by UTA and 3 Arts Entertainment.