Jennifer Aniston says Angelina Jolie was out of line when she spilled details about her relationship with Brad Pitt while they were filming "Mr. & Mrs. Smith." In an interview in the December issue of Vogue, Aniston talks about the magazine's 2007 profile of Jolie, who talked about growing chummy with Pitt - then married to Aniston - while shooting the film in 2004.

"There was stuff printed there that was definitely from a time when I was unaware that it was happening," Aniston says. "I felt those details were a little inappropriate to discuss. That stuff about how she couldn't wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool." Jolie recently told The New York Times that she and Pitt fell in love on the "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" set, The Associated Press reports.

Pitt and Aniston, who married in July 2000, announced their split in January 2005. In the months that followed, Pitt was seen in public with Jolie. Pitt and Aniston divorced that October.

In May 2006, Jolie, gave birth to a daughter, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt. The couple now have six children, including 4-month-old twins.

Aniston, who stars in the upcoming films "Marley & Me" and "He's Just Not That Into You," also dishes on her post-divorce romances with Vince Vaughn and John Mayer.

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"I call Vince my defibrillator," she says of her co-star in 2006's "The Break-Up." "He literally brought me back to life. My first gasp of air was a big laugh! It was great. I love him."

As for the tabloid fuss over her relationship with Mayer she says: "Love just shows up." Aniston says she feels protective of the singer, who was criticized for talking to the media about how he ended their romance.

"Trust me, you'll never see that happen again from that man," she says.

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PITT ROUGHED UP. Meanwhile, in a bizarre incident Monday night at a Los Angeles screening of his new movie, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," Pitt was grabbed, pushed and spun around by a plainclothes security guard who had been hired by the venue to protect him from a pack of aggressive photographers. "Though they were exceptionally more aggressive than usual," Pitt describes the paparazzi to People, "breaking through a security barrier and into a private holding area, ultimately [it was] just another day in the life ..."